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The Saint's Girl Friday (1953)
"The Saint's Return" (original title)

 -  Crime | Mystery  -  15 April 1954 (USA)
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A private detective goes after the people who murdered his girlfriend.



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Cast overview:
Naomi Chance ...
Carol Denby
Sydney Tafler ...
Max Lennar (as Sidney Tafler)
Charles Victor ...
Jane Carr ...
Kate Finch
Harold Lang ...
William Russell ...
Keith Merton (as Russell Enoch)
The Blonde in Lennar's Apartment
Fred Johnson ...
Irish Cassidy
Thomas Gallagher ...
Russell Napier ...
Col. Stafford
Sam Kydd ...
Barkley (Joe Podd)
John Wynn ...
Minor Role
George Margo ...
Lennar's Henchman
Ian Fleming ...
Lord Merton


A private detective goes after the people who murdered his girlfriend.

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15 April 1954 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The ninth of nine classic RKO movies featuring Simon Templar, The Saint. Louis Hayward returns in the role after starring in the first Saint movie. See more »


Follows The Saint's Vacation (1941) See more »


Music by Eric Winstone
Paxton Music Ltd
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Predicts nicely the Saint the Roger Moore series would show
15 December 1998 | by See all my reviews

Louis Hayward is many people's preference as the Saint over George Sanders, precisely because he played him as a hard, cold hit-man in 1938's The Saint in New York. While this is, undeniably, a trait in Charteris's creation, it is not the most likeable one and it is intriguing to see too Hayward's performance has mellowed with age. The script here is a little trite, but on the whole this is a more than passable little preamble that predicts nicely the Saint the Roger Moore series would show, with the Saint a vaguely retired disreputable character who finds it hard to stay on the right side of the law. There is much humour, and a little padding, but the film is worth a watch for Saint fanatics. For Hammer Film fans (the film was shot for RKO by the British studio) a nice touch is the shot of a floor plan of a country house that is about to be burgled; the names of all the guests belong to Hammer regular cast and crew members, including cult director Terence Fisher.

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