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1970's/80's tv-series about a killer seeking revenge on the same date every year. One murder aboard a ship passing a time zone

I watched this series on Swedish television in the early 1980's maybe late 1970's. Maybe the series was French but very unsure. I don't remember much, only that a person was killing off a number of people, and I think it was on the same date every year. I only remember one scene clearly, it was on a large cruise ship and a woman terrified of being this year's victim returns to her cabin at midnight relieved she has not been killed during the day, but she has forgotten the ship has crossed a time zone (the dateline?) and is killed in her cabin.
asked Nov 3, 2013 in Name That TV Show by kufumaster (39 points)
edited Nov 3, 2013 by kufumaster

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Found it myself !  It's Rendez-vous en noir, French TV Mini-series from 1977. Based on the book Rendezvous in Black by Cornell Woolrich.

answered Sep 24, 2018 by kufumaster (39 points)
Thanks for coming back and letting us know after all these years.