Who directed the first version of And Then There Were None (1945)?

Rene Clair directed the first version of And Then There Were None (1945), starring Barry Fitzgerald and Walter Huston.

The Agatha Christie story was remade three times, each time as Ten Little Indians:

in 1966 (directed by George Pollock), in 1975 (Peter Collinson), and in 1989 (Alan Birkinshaw).

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