2016.03.27.10.31

dedicated to Agatha Christie, for Agatha Eleven Missing

All Trying To Stay Alive One Took Another's Life
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For the collage of "dedicated to Agatha Christie, for Agatha Eleven Missing", the original photography you can find here, there and everywhere.

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On 11 days from 3 December 1926 to 14 December 1926, Agatha Christie had been missing.
[photos left to right : "Mystery Of Woman Novelists Disappearance" from Daily Mirror and "Mrs. Agatha Christie Found Alive" from Daily Sketch]

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In 1926, she released her detective fiction "The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd". It brought to her big success. However someone blamed the novel about the plot and the trick.
[photos left to right : Dust-jacket Illustration Of The First UK Editionfor the novel "The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" and The Movie Poster for the movie "Alibi" 1931 directed by Leslie S. Hiscott the adaptation from the novel "The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" 1926]

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On the other hand, in her private life, she married with Archie Christie in 1914. And their only child, their daughter Rosalind, was born in 1919. They had lived in the suburbs of London.
She had been missing left them behind.
[photos left to right : Colonel Archie Christie c1926 and Agatha Christie And Her Daughter, 1926]

So, her missing have been adapted to some fictions,

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In 1979, on the movie "Agatha" directed by Michael Apted, Vanessa Redgrave acted as Agatha Christie.
[photos left to right : movie poster and the one of the still photos of Vanessa Redgrave acted as Agatha Christie for the movie "Agatha" 1979]

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In 2008, on BBC tv program "Doctor Who Forth Season"episode 7 "The Unicorn And The Wasp" directed by Graeme Harper, Fenella Woolgar acted as Agatha Christie.
[photos left to right : the poster for Doctor Who Forth Season and the one of the still photos of Fenella Woolgar acted as Agatha Christie for the episode 7 "The Unicorn And The Wasp"]

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The words "All Trying To Stay Alive One Took Another's Life" are taken from the lyrics of the song "Ten Little Indians" from the album "Pandemonium Shadow Show" 1967 by Harry Nilsson.
The song was covered by The Yardbirds on Jimmy Page era as the single "Ten Little Indians" 1967 for the album "Little Games" 1967.
[photos left to right : album "Pandemonium Shadow Show" by Harry Nilsson and the single "Ten Little Indians" by The Yardbirds]

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Off course, the novel "Ten Little Indians aka And Then There Were None" was written by Agatha Christie in 1939.
The novel has been adapted for some stages and some movies and some tv programs. In 1945, "And Then There Were None" directed by Rene Clair was released.
[photos left to right : Cover Of First UK 1939 Edition for the novel "Ten Little Indians aka And Then There Were None" and the poster for the movie "And Then There Were None"]

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