Murder on the Orient Express Part 2 Test
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Who is the second passenger Poirot interviews?
Pierre Michel, the Wagon Lit Conductor
Pierre Michel is considered ___________ and ___________
Honest and trustworthy
What happened when Pierre Michel answered the bell from Ratchett?
Ratchett said he rang his bell by accident
Who did Pierre Michel see in the hallway the night of the murder?
A lady with a scarlet kimono with dragons on it
When Poirot brought up the idea of an assassin coming onto the train, what was M Bouc and Pierre Michel's reply?
They both said it couldn't have been possible
What does Pierre Michel hope there isn't anything of on his part?
Who does Poirot interview a second time?
How does McQueen react when he hears the truth about Ratchett?
He is surprised and also would have never worked for Ratchett knowing his true identity
McQueen's father was the ________________ who handled the Daisy Armstrong Case
Who did McQueen see in the hallway the night of the murder?
A ladywith a scarlet silk robe (he never saw her return from the "bathroom")
Who is the third person Poirot interviews?
Masterman, Ratchett's valet (respondsible for clothes and appearance)
When Masterman was last with Ratchett, how was Ratchett acting?
He was upset with everything Masterman was doing
Did Ratchett take a sleeping drought that night?
Yes, Masterman put it on top of the toilet for him to take
Does Masterman know about the Daisy Armstrong case?
Who did Masterman sleep in the same compartment with? Did they talk to each other at all?
The Italian fellow. No, Masterman perfers to read instead
Who is the fourth person Poirot interviews?
Mrs. Hubbard, the American Lady
What important information did Mrs. Hubbard have about the murderer?
She saw the murderer in her compartment
When the conductor came into Mrs. Hubbard's compartment, was there anyone there?
What evidence did Mrs. Hubbard have proving that the murderer was in her compartment?
Did Mrs. Hubbard know anything about the Daisy Armstrong case?
Yes, she said she'd like to get her hands on the man who did it
Who is supposedly the last person to see Ratchett alive?
The Swedish Lady
Who does the Swedish Lady share a compartment with?
Did the Swedish Lady ever hear of the Daisy Armstrong case?
No, but was very upset to hear about the kidnapping
Who does M. Bouc think the murderer is?
The Italian Man, but Poirot think it isn't as simple as that
When Poirot calls back Pierre Michel, what does Pierre Michel have to say about the button?
Pierre Michel says he hasn't lost any button (he gets angry when confronted)
Did Princess Dragomiroff know the Armstrong family? If so, who?
Yes, she knew Sonia Armstrong
Where is the second daughter according to Princess Dragomiroff?
She has lost contact with them
What does Princess Dragomiroff say when Poirot tell her his name?
"Yes. I remember now. This is Destiny."
When Poirot summoned Count and Countess Andrenyi, who came first alone?
What was the Count's excuse he uses to Poirot when he interviews him?
He and his wife slept through the whole thing and didn't hear or see anything
What did Poirot notice on the Hungarian diplomatic passport?
A grease spot
What did Colonel Arbuthnot think of Mary Debenham?
"She is a lady"; he thinks she couldn't have been involved in this crime
Who aboard the Orient Express smokes a pipe?
What kind of justice does Colonel Arbuthnot endorse and think he carries out?
Trial by Jury
What was something suspicious Colonel Arbuthnot saw?
Someone peeped their head out the doorway and quickly pulled back in
What is Mr. Harman's true identity?
He was a private detective for McNeil's Detective Agency in New York (he was supposed to protect Ratchett)
What did the murderer look like according to Mr. Hardman?
Small man, dark, and a womanish kind of voice
What does the Italian think of Ratchett?
He thought he was a crook
Does M. Bouc like Italians?
Is Mary Debenham affected by the murder of Ratchett?
What does Mary Debenham tell Poirot just as she's ready to leave?
The Swedish Lady seems worried that she could be suspected as the murderer since she's appearenlty the last to see Ratchett alive
The German Lady's maid bumped into someone the night of the murder after returning from Princess Dragomiroff. Who did she describe this man as?
Small man, dark, and a womanish kind of voice
What is the only fact Poirot can say is really true?
Ratchett was stabbed to death twelve times
When in discussion, Poirot came to the conclusion that there really could be a man that fits that appearance. Where is he now according to Poirot?
Either still hidden on the train or could be two people
Why does Mrs. Hubbard coming in crying to the detectives?
The murder weapon was in her sponge bag
What does Poirot and Mrs. Hubbard agree on because the murder weapon was found in her sponge bag in her compartment?
Her baggage is going to be moved into another compartment
Poirot came to the conclusion that when the Swedish Lady tried to check if the door was locked for Mrs. Hubbard she made an ________
What did Poirot find in Colonel Arbuthnot's luggage?
Pipe cleaners (the same ones found in Ratchett's room)
When Poirot asked Mary Debenham what she meant about the conversation with Colonel Arbuthnot, does she tell Poirot?
No, she admits she never saw this man before last night
When Poirot goes back to his compartment to get cigarettes, what does he find?
The silk kimono with dragons on it
What is the expression Colonel Arbuthnot uses to describe Mary Debenham?