The Saint, newly back in London, is tipped by a friend in the Secret Service to a mystery involving one Bruno Lang, seemingly a Society card-sharp, but really involved in a plot to print and pass a million pounds worth of foreign currency. Also involved are various sinister characters; innocent victim Count Duni; the Saint's attractive admirer Penny Parker; and his old nemesis Inspector Teal. Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
Trap that murderer!
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Did You Know?
Penny misquotes from Edward FitzGerald's translation of a poem from the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam": "A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread - and Thou Beside me [singing] in the Wilderness". See more
When in Inspector Teal's office, Gordon McLeod as the inspector is talking to Detective Wilkins, his assistant, played by Ben Williams and mistakenly addresses him as Williams, his real name, not Wilkins. Williams registers a surprised look. but evidently no one yelled "cut," and the scene was obviously not reshot on this B-picture quickie. See more
[Driving away as Penny looks back at the man she's knocked unconscious
Is he still out?
How are you?
[as they are in a convertible at night
Well, move over.
[She snuggles against him as they speed away
Referenced in The Saint's Double Trouble