And Then There Were None

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  9. ^ Note: In some versions the ninth verse reads Two little Soldier boys playing with a gun/One shot the other and then there was One.
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  26. ^ ITV Play of the Week Season 4, Episode 20 "Ten Little Niggers" 13 Jan 1959
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  31. ^ The Avengers – The Superlative Seven at the Internet Movie Database
  32. ^ At 28'38" into the episode (Kult TV DVD KLT21002B).
  33. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBAiZGMQD0

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