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Murder on the Orient Express (2001 film) Quotes

Murder on the Orient Express is a TV program that was first aired in 2001 . Murder on the Orient Express completed its run in 1970.

It features Marion Rosenberg as producer, Christopher Franke as composer, and Rex Maidment as head of cinematography.

Murder on the Orient Express is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Murder on the Orient Express is 100 minutes long. Murder on the Orient Express is distributed by Ardustry Home Entertainment LLC.

The cast includes: Fritz Wepper as Wolfgang Bouc, Alfred Molina as Hercule Poirot, and Peter Strauss as Mr. Samuel Ratchett.

Murder on the Orient Express Quotes

Fritz Wepper as Wolfgang Bouc

  • (Fritz Wepper) "Poirot?"
  • (Alfred Molina) "oh, forgive me. My mind was temporarily elsewhere."
  • (Fritz Wepper) "It's a woman, isn't it?"
  • (Alfred Molina) "Regretably, yes."
  • (Alfred Molina) "We are such opposites, Vera and I. She's flamboyant and beautiful; I'm reserved and homely. She'a a thief; I'm a detective."
  • (Alfred Molina) "The only thing we have in common is the refusal to let the other rule oor life -- but I cannot stop her from ruling my thoughts."
  • (Fritz Wepper) "I thought you despised computers."
  • (Alfred Molina) "I do. They are a very poor substitute for the little gray cells, but sometimes they are surprisingly useful."

Alfred Molina as Hercule Poirot

  • (Alfred Molina) "I am never in a hurry, and when the world slows down to my pace, I find it very agreeable."
  • (Alfred Molina) "Someone is playing with my mind, with my little gray cells."
  • (Alfred Molina) "She is an elderly lady. She has more strength in her will as in her arm."

Peter Strauss as Mr. Samuel Ratchett

  • (Peter Strauss) "Mr. Perot?"
  • (Alfred Molina) "Perot? Like the American Presidential candidate? Certainly not. The name is Poirot. Hercule Poirot."
  • (Peter Strauss) "All 200,000 -- dollars. Tax free."
  • (Alfred Molina) "Thank you Mr. Ratchett, but I've made up my mind."
  • (Peter Strauss) "That's a lot of money to turn down."
  • (Alfred Molina) "I've been very fortunate in my career, Mr. Ratchett, as you have been in yours. I've managed to pay for my needs and my caprices, and now I only take on cases that appeal to me."
  • (Peter Strauss) "Really. And what's wrong with this one?"
  • (Alfred Molina) "May I speak personally?"
  • (Peter Strauss) "Sure."
  • (Alfred Molina) "I find you intolerable."
  • (Alfred Molina) "Good-bye."

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