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The Alphabet Murders
Directed by:
Frank Tashlin

Starring Tony Randall, Anita Ekberg, Robert Morley, Maurice Denham, Guy Rolfe and Sheila Allen, "The Alphabet Murders" (also known as "Morde des Herrn ABC, Die", "ABC Murders, The", "Poirot e il caso Amanda") is a Crime/Mystery/Comedy film directed by Frank Tashlin, and written by David Pursall, released on May 17 of 1966 in the USA.

It's really no mystery why this girl is MURDER... it's as simple as ABC if you look hard enough!

Who directed "The Alphabet Murders":

The Alphabet Murders was directed by Frank Tashlin, an American writer, director, and producer.

Before making The Alphabet Murders, Frank Tashlin had directed Who's Minding the Store?, released in 1963, The Man from the Diner's Club (1963), Bachelor Flat (1962), Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), Cinderfella (1960), and Say One for Me (1959). Since, he directed The Glass Bottom Boat, released in 1966, Caprice (1967), The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968).

What was the release date of "The Alphabet Murders":

The Alphabet Murders was initally released in the United States on Tuesday, May 17, 1966.. This was fifty-three (53) years ago.

It has been released on August, 1965 in the United Kingdom and on Friday, February 18, 1966 in Germany.

What is the casting of "The Alphabet Murders":

At the casting of The Alphabet Murders we find Tony Randall, previously seen in Send Me No Flowers (1964) and Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964); Anita Ekberg (4 for Texas (1963), Call Me Bwana (1963)); Robert Morley (Genghis Khan (1965), Topkapi (1964)) [ more... ]

  • James Villiers and Robert Morley, Maurice Denham also appeared in Some Girls Do, released in 1969.
  • Julian Glover and Maurice Denham, Guy Rolfe also appeared together in Nicholas and Alexandra, released in 1971.

What is the Storyline of "The Alphabet Murders":

Albert Aachen, a clown with a unique diving act, is found dead, the murder weapon a poison dart. When a woman named Betty Barnard becomes the next victim, detective Hercule Poirot suspects that Sir Carmichael Clarke could be in grave danger.

As he and Captain Hastings look into the crimes, a beautiful woman with an interesting monogram named Amanda Beatrice Cross becomes the focus of their investigation, at least until she leaps into the Thames.


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