One of several film versions of Agatha Christie's novel, and probably the worst. See "And Then There Were None" for the best.
Another version of the classic whodunit by Agatha Christie. This chilling mystery tells the tale of ten people -- all strangers to one another -- who have been marked for death. They are invited to stay at a remote hotel in the Iranian desert where someone begins eliminating them, one by one. Now, it's up to the remaining guests to figure out who is bumping them off before the killer can say "and then there were none..."
Co-produced by Coralta Cinematografica (Rome), Corona Production (Munich) and Comeci, S.A. (Paris). Shot on location in Iran. Released theatrically in New York City April, 1975.