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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Vera's original motivation was poisoning her Husband's lover. That was deemed much too bland and Cyril was born. [[ThrowItIn The movies use it anyway.]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Vera's original motivation was poisoning her Husband's husband's lover. That was deemed much too bland and Cyril was born. [[ThrowItIn The movies use it anyway.]]


* HidingInPlainSight: In one adaptation [[RewatchBonus you can actually see the killer poison Marston's drink.]]



* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Vera's original motivation was poisoning her Husband's lover. That was deemed to bland and Cyril was born. [[ThrowItIn The movies use it anyway.]]

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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WhatCouldHaveBeen: Vera's original motivation was poisoning her Husband's lover. That was deemed to much too bland and Cyril was born. [[ThrowItIn The movies use it anyway.]]


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----** Not Necessarily. His time of death was reported to be around 6:20, but the guests might not have written ''when'' he died, so much as the fact that he did.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Vera's original motivation was poisoning her Husband's lover. That was deemed to bland and Cyril was born. [[ThrowItIn The movies use it anyway.]]

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* NamesTheSame: [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood Mr. Rogers]] and [[UsefulNotes/DouglasMacArthur General MacArthur]].

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* ScienceMarchesOn: Improvements in forensic science since 1939 would have allowed the police to figure out that [[spoiler:Wargrave's actual time of death was significantly later than what it was reported to be in the diaries of the guests who lived long enough to find the 'body'.]]


* Market-BasedTitle: Possibly the only example in the Agatha Christie canon where the American title is the one used by publishers in both the US and the UK and Commonwealth (for obvious reasons).

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* Market-BasedTitle: MarketBasedTitle: Possibly the only example in the Agatha Christie canon where the American title is the one used by publishers in both the US and the UK and Commonwealth (for obvious reasons).

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* Market-BasedTitle: Possibly the only example in the Agatha Christie canon where the American title is the one used by publishers in both the US and the UK and Commonwealth (for obvious reasons).


* ReferencedBy: The name of the VideoGame/{{Touhou}} song "U.N. Owen Was Her", used as a bonus stage theme in multiple games, is a nod to the name given to the killer.

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* ReferencedBy: The name of the VideoGame/{{Touhou}} song "U.N. Owen Was Her", used as a bonus stage theme in multiple games, is a nod to the name given to the killer.killer.
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* ReferencedBy: The name of the VideoGame/{{Touhou}} song "U.N. Owen Was Her", used as a bonus stage theme in multiple games, is a nod to the name given to the killer.

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