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If his name is not recognizable, his great-grandmother's certainly is: Agatha Christie."I probably feel as close to my great-grandmother at this point as I ever have," Pritchard said. You do feel a sense of history here."An avid traveler, Christie was a regular on the Orient Express, which she called "the train of her dreams."No wonder it was the setting for her most famous tale of murder.
Pritchard said, "I think when you walk along these carriages you can imagine the way her mind worked, as presumably she lay there at night and kind of thought about how someone might die in one of these carriages and then how it might all pan out.
Whether it's the baby grand piano, white table-cloths and fine china, or the art-deco details, it's clear this is no ordinary train.
It's the Venice-Simplon Orient Express, made up of historic 1920s carriages reminiscent of the legendary train dating back to the 1800s, which transported passengers between Paris and Istanbul in high style."It is incredible," said James Pritchard.
At a movie studio lot outside London, he took Doane on board.
We need to keep the doors open for everyone.” Branagh’s runs between from 1-23 September, successful ticket applicants only able to purchase two tickets.
For those unsuccessful, Andrew Scott is currently playing the iconic character at the West End's Harold Pinter, the production ending on the 2 September.
Broadcast on BBC1 in November 2008, the three feature-length dramas were a critical and ratings hit.
Wallander won the Bafta for Best Drama Series, and Branagh was last month nominated for a Golden Globe (for best actor in a miniseries/TV film).