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Lord Brett Sinclair (Character)
from "The Persuaders!" (1971)

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"The Persuaders!: The Man in the Middle (#1.14)" (1971)
Danny Wilde: [after Brett has learned of imminent danger] Well, cheer up, what can happen?
Lord Brett Sinclair: I could get killed, that's what can happen.
Danny Wilde: Not in the middle of a hotel lobby, and me as your bodyguard. You're dramatizing. Besides, I'm gonna be around you every second of the time from now on.
Lord Brett Sinclair: That's a depressing thought. Come on, I'll buy you a drink.
Danny Wilde: Okay.
Lord Brett Sinclair: I will never understand for the life of me how we always manage to let the Judge... Uh, bodyguard?
Danny Wilde: [has dropped back to pay attention to a lovely leggy girl] Ah, excuse me. I was watching... she looked suspicious. What do you think they are going to do, kidnap you in the lobby of a hotel?
Kay Hunter: [gorgeous girl, on phone, as the duo pass her in the lobby] Yes, he's in the lobby. Get over here as fast as you can. I know it's dangerous, but we've got to pick him up before they can.

Lord Brett Sinclair: [cool about being much taken with the pretty girl waiting in his room] Well, the note says that a parcel has been delivered to my room.
Kay Hunter: You're disappointed?
Lord Brett Sinclair: Not at all. I think the gift-wrapping is superb. May I offer you a drink?
Kay Hunter: No, thanks. I'm here on business.
Lord Brett Sinclair: [used to ladies waiting for him in his room] Oh? Well, may I be so naïve as to inquire what your line is?
Kay Hunter: I work for British Intelligence.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Oh? Isn't that just great? I rather hoped you were a gift from the Italian Tourism Board.
Kay Hunter: I'll have to ask you to come along with us.
Lord Brett Sinclair: [as a beefy man enters] Us?
Kay Hunter: The game, as they say, is up, Lord Sinclair. I do hope you'll cooperate and not cause any trouble.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Well, could I ask you to offer me some proof that you are British?
Kay Hunter: [to the burly man] Show him our proof.
[man takes out gun from inside jacket pocket]
Kay Hunter: Convinced?


"The Persuaders!: The Gold Napoleon (#1.2)" (1971)
Maurice Devigne: Bonjour, monsieur.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Guten Tag. Ve are intersted in your coins.
Maurice Devigne: Ah, coins. And what sort of coins have you in mind, monsieur?
Lord Brett Sinclair: Ze best. Ve are interested only in ze best. Mein late father, General von Graumann, would always say: Lest zen ze best is not best enough. Vell, does not translate vell. Ze coins, bitte.
Maurice Devigne: Well, here, we have a varied selection from these superb gold ones, several in almost mint condition to some extremly rare silver specimens and we ourselves mint a very fine bronze reproduction of the popular 100 franc gold Napoleon III.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Like zis one, ja?
Maurice Devigne: Ah yes, a particularly fine specimen.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Ja, but ve ask ourselves, is it genuine or is it counterfeit?
Maurice Devigne: Pardon, monsieur?
Lord Brett Sinclair: Oh, ve understand zat zere are many good copies around, nicht wahr?
Maurice Devigne: Zere are indeed, you are quite correct, monsieur.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Oh, ve von Graumanns always try to be correct. Mein father, the General would say: Any Dummkopf can be incorrect, but not to be a Dummkopf is more correct! Hahaha! Is good, ja? Yes, it's even better in Jerman. Now bitte, you will tell me ze correctness of zis coin?
Maurice Devigne: Well, it, it will be a personal opinion only.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Yes, exactly vat ve wish.
Maurice Devigne: Yes, the work is good, but it is a copy, it is not genuine.
Lord Brett Sinclair: So, so. But ze value?
Maurice Devigne: It, it is a counterfeit piece.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Jawoll! But ze metal is not counterfeit, it is genuine.
Maurice Devigne: Well, in that case...
Lord Brett Sinclair: Herr Devigne, I am in your trade. Like you I represent big interests.
Maurice Devigne: I see.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Good. So ve vill, ve vill continue ze discussion in your office. It will afford more privacy, jawoll?
Maurice Devigne: Please.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Gesundheit.


"The Persuaders!: Powerswitch (#1.5)" (1971)
Pekoo Rayne: [they're trapped in barred room] What are you looking for?
Lord Brett Sinclair: [inspecting old car parts] The rest of the car, so we can drive out of here. See, there's a carborator.
Pekoo Rayne: [cannot stifle her giggles]


"The Persuaders!: The Ozerov Inheritance (#1.22)" (1972)
Lord Brett Sinclair: [as the burly bodyguard enters] Did you ring for room service?
Danny Wilde: Not me.
Lord Brett Sinclair: [smiling as he notices the mysterious robed young blond girl, then addressing her] May I say that uninvited visitors have never been more...
[wants to extend a greeting to her, but he is halted by the big man]
Lord Brett Sinclair: ... welcome.
Danny Wilde: [to her] It's lucky you showed up.
[ineffectually]
Danny Wilde: We would have killed him.
Princess Alexandra: [regarding them coolly, then speaking out imperiously] I wish to identify you.
[extending her hand]
Princess Alexandra: Your passport.
Danny Wilde: All right.
[surreptitiously to Brett]
Danny Wilde: Do you have your passport?
Lord Brett Sinclair: Yes.
Danny Wilde: Give it to her.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Okay.
[hands it over]
Danny Wilde: [as Brett hands his passport to the bodyguard] Thank you.
[profusely bowing his head]
Danny Wilde: Oh, she's the Immigration Department. Personalized service.
Princess Alexandra: You are Lord Sinclair.
[Danny gushes appreciatively for his sake]
Princess Alexandra: Thank you for coming.
[whole demeanor changing, as Danny curtsies, and she comes down the stairs, and kisses them both on their cheeks]
Princess Alexandra: I am yours to command.
[kneeling respectfully]