Ten Days' Wonder (film)

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La Décade prodigieuse
La Décade prodigieuse FilmPoster.jpeg
A poster with the film's English title: Ten Days' Wonder
Directed by Claude Chabrol
Written by Paul Gégauff
Eugène Archer
Paul Gardner
Ellery Queen (novel)
Starring Michel Piccoli
Anthony Perkins
Orson Welles
Cinematography Jean Rabier
Release date(s) 1971
Running time 110 minutes
Country France
Language English

Ten Days' Wonder (French: La Décade prodigieuse) is a French murder-mystery film directed by Claude Chabrol and based on the novel Ten Days' Wonder by Ellery Queen.

It follows the same story of the novel with the exception of detective Ellery Queen being changed to Paul Regis (Michel Piccoli). It was the fourth film that Orson Welles and Anthony Perkins appeared in together since The Trial in 1962.

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