Inspector Maigret

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a fictional detective in novels by Georges Simenon

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Men and Little Miss series, Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple and Georges Simenon's Inspector Maigret.
This is the quintessentially French saloon we see in many period TV shows and made even more iconic as the car star of the TV series featuring George Simenon''s wily French detective Inspector Maigret.
TODAY 70s 1976 Rupert Davies, who shot to fame as the pipe-smoking French detective Inspector Maigret, died of cancer in Guy's Hospital, London, aged 59.
QUESTION 12 - for 12 pointe: Who played Inspector Maigret in the 1960s BBC TV series?
Works by his creator, US author Raymond Chandler, were bought for an undisclosed sum by the UK company that owns the rights to the Agatha Christie novels and Inspector Maigret.
Fictional detectives Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, Philip Marlowe and Inspector Maigret have not only stood the test of time, but have also been the inspiration for countless detectives who populate today's fiction on film and television.
Red Lights" is Cedric Kahn's thriller based on the novel by Georges Simenon (creator of the Inspector Maigret series).
This model became a household name in Britain as the police car of Inspector Maigret in the black and white TV series of the 1960s.
The group currently holds the rights to characters from Enid Blyton, Agatha Christie and Georges Simenon including Noddy, The Famous Five, Hercule Poirot, Inspector Maigret and the ever vigilant Miss Marple.
John Simenon will promote and market the TV and film rights to Chorion's portfolio of star literary names, which includes Simenon -who wrote the Inspector Maigret series of novels -Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Edmund Crispin and award-winning screenwriter Robert Bolt.
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