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"The Saint" (1962) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
Year: 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Talented Husband

4 October 1962
Madge, a friend of the Saint, has recently married John Clarron, an ex-actor and unsuccessful playwright and is now an invalid following an accident in which a heavy pot fell on her. Simon goes to visit her at her home in Cookham on the river Thames and meets Adrienne Halberd. She is an insurance investigator, very interested in Clarron since his first two wives, both heavily insured, died in suspicious circumstances. The Clarrons employ an old Irish house-keeper, Mrs. Jafferty, but when Clarron is away in London Simon and Adrienne search the house and the lady is nowhere to be found.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Derek Farr ... John Clarron

Shirley Eaton ... Adrienne Halberd
Patricia Roc ... Madge Clarron
George Roderick ... Mario
Donald Churchill ... Dr. Sprague

Norman Mitchell ... Mr. Smith
John Kelland ... Gilbert
Howard Douglas ... Ticket Collector
Clemence Bettany ... Chemist

Season 1, Episode 2: The Latin Touch

11 October 1962
Holidaying in Rome, the Saint befriends Sue Inverest, the daughter of American governor Hudson Inverest, who is later kidnapped by mobster Tony Unciello. Unciello is demanding Inverest order the reprieve of another gangster, his brother, on Death Row in an American jail. The Saint discovers where Sue is being held and purposely has himself caught by Unciello in a plot that will utilize a little Latin touch.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Alexander Knox ... Governor Hudson Inverest
Doris Nolan ... Maude Inverest
Bill Nagy ... Tony Unciello

Warren Mitchell ... Marco Di Cesari
Peter Illing ... Inspector Buono
Marie Burke ... Signora Unciello
Suzan Farmer ... Sue Inverest

Robert Easton ... Benson
Carroll Simpson ... Maria
Anita Sharp-Bolster ... Ada Harmer (as Anita Sharp Bolster)
Charles Irwin ... Eddie Harmer
Roy Patrick ... Georgio
David Calderisi ... Vittorio
Tony Arpino ... Warder

Season 1, Episode 3: The Careful Terrorist

18 October 1962
Whilst in New York, the Saint watches his friend, reporter Lester Boyd, launch a television attack on corrupt union boss Nat Grindel. Shortly afterwards Boyd is killed when a bomb explodes in his apartment. The Saint takes up from where Boyd left off, threatening to expose Grindel. Grindel uses an eccentric inventor and killer, Herman Uberlasch, to dispose of the Saint by planting a double bomb in his apartment, the first of which he finds. Will he get to the second one in time?

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
David Kossoff ... Herman Uberlasch
Peter Dyneley ... Nat Grendel

Percy Herbert ... Hoppy
Alan Gifford ... Inspector Fernack
Sally Bazely ... Jenny Hallam
Gary Cockrell ... Lester Boyd
Robert Ayres ... Clinton
Nicholas Stuart ... Dr. Grant
Dorinda Stevens ... Verna
George Sperdakos ... Ricci
Jared Allen ... Telephone Repair Man
Clay Johns ... Floor Manager

Season 1, Episode 4: The Covetous Headsman

25 October 1962
On a flight to Paris, the Saint meets Valerie North, who is on her way to meet her long-lost brother, only to find on arrival that he has been murdered, for a St. Christopher medal taken from around his neck. Valerie owns an identical medal, which she gives to the Saint. She is then kidnapped by Olivant, a Nazi collaborator in the Second World War, who recognizes that the two medals together are worth a fortune. The Saint has to discover why, as well as saving Valerie from Olivant's clutches.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Barbara Shelley ... Valerie North
Eugene Deckers ... Inspector Quercy
George Pastell ... Georges Olivant

Esmond Knight ... Antoine Louvois
Robert Cawdron ... Sergeant Luduc
Carole Gray ... Josie Clavel
Josephine Brown ... Madame Duras
Michael Spear ... Kaplan
Andre Boulay ... Mario
Natalie Benesh ... Matron

Barbara Roscoe ... Air Hostess

Season 1, Episode 5: The Loaded Tourist

1 November 1962
In Switzerland the Saint meets young Alfredo Ravenna, who is unhappy that his father and stepmother want to emigrate to America. Later Alfredo's father is killed and his brief-case stolen. Ravenna's wife offers the Saint a reward if he can retrieve the case. The Saint finds the case, which is full of diamonds . He discovers that Ravenna was going to sell them to a man called Galen and, posing as the dead man, goes to meet him, hoping at the same time to trap the killer of Alfredo's father.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Barbara Bates ... Helen Ravenna
Edward Evans ... Fillipo Ravenna
Guy Deghy ... Inspector Oscar Kleinhaus
Joseph Cuby ... Alfredo Ravenna
Norman Florence ... Carlo Visconti
Michael Rittermann ... Paul Galen
John Dearth ... Inspector Coudot

Andrew Sachs ... Jacques
Raymond Ray ... Butler
David Cargill ... Garcia
John Gray ... Bellhop
Maxwell Craig ... Swiss Policeman (uncredited)
Aileen Lewis ... Airline Passenger on Geneva Flight (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Pearls of Peace

8 November 1962
The Saint is visited by Joss Hendry, whose fiancee, Brad, disappeared in Mexico, some years earlier, trying to search for the pearls of San Domingo. She has recently heard from Brad to say that he has the pearls and she wants the Saint to go and get them for her. When the Saint eventually meets Brad he finds he has been blinded after a fight and is dependent on the plain but adoring Consuelo, who feeds his delusion that he has actually located valuable pearls. The Saint decides he will help the couple at the expense of the greedy Joss.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dina Paisner ... Consuelo
Erica Rogers ... Joss Hendry
Bob Kanter ... Brad Ryan
Robin Hughes ... Harry Tiltman
John Barrard ... Carlos the Pedlar
Warren Stanhope ... Mike Harris
Frank Olegario ... Bartender
Hugh Futcher ... Delivery Boy
Steven Scott ... Hotel Clerk

Season 1, Episode 7: The Arrow of God

15 November 1962
At a house party in the Bahamas given by Lucy and Herbert Wexhall Floyd Vosper, an odious, muck-raking journalist, is murdered by an arrow, the arrow of God, according to Astron, a fake Indian mystic who is another guest. However, since Vosper had uncovered unpleasant secrets of almost everyone present his death seems to be anything but Divine intervention. The Saint joins with the local police to discover who murdered Vosper.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Elspeth March ... Lucy Wexall
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Herbert Wexall (as Ronald Leigh Hunt)

Honor Blackman ... Pauline Stone
Tony Wright ... John Herrick

Anthony Dawson ... Floyd Vosper
Anne Sharp ... Janet Blaise
Gordon Tanner ... Arthur Gresson
John Arnatt ... Major Fanshire
John Carson ... Astron
Alec Mango ... Dr. Rahn
Thomas Baptiste ... Police Sergeant
Pearl Prescod ... Hotel Maid
Hazel Futa ... Maria

Season 1, Episode 8: The Element of Doubt

22 November 1962
Crooked lawyer Carlton Rood gets Joe Sholto off the hook for burning down his warehouse for the insurance money. A cop was killed and a cleaning lady blinded in the process but Rodd confuses her in court, winning his client's freedom. The Saint decides to exact his own form by justice by making Sholto believe that Rood is about to rat on him for a reward, thus putting 'the element of doubt' into his mind.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
David Bauer ... Carlton Rood
Alan Gifford ... Inspector Fernack
Margaret Vines ... Agnes Yarrow
Bill Nagy ... Joe Sholto
Ken Wayne ... Gilroy
Anita West ... Mary Hammond
Robert O'Neil ... Willis Burnham (as Robert O'Neill)
Stella Bonheur ... Miss Donaldson
Graydon Gould ... Stan Johnson
Basil Howes ... Judge
Alister Williamson ... Dibs Brown (as Alistair Williamson)
John Bloomfield ... Court Clerk
Sarah Brackett ... Nurse
Victor Chenet ... Jury Foreman
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Court (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Effete Angler

29 November 1962
Simon Templar is on vacation at Miami Beach. He is a skilled angler, and tries to hire a fishing boat, but the captain, Patsy O'Kevin, says that his boat is already booked for three weeks by a couple named Uckrose. Back at the hotel Simon happens to meet Gloria Uckrose, and starts courting her. She is going with Patsy's fishing boat the next morning to her husband Clinton in Bimini, and asks Simon to accompany her on the boat. When they arrive to Bimini Dock four hours delayed, Clinton is furious, and his assistant, Vincent Innutio, tries to knock Simon down. When Clinton and Vincent some hours later find out that he is Simon Templar, The Saint, they get nervous and suspect that he is there to stop their criminal activities. Vincent wants to kill Simon immediately, but Clinton thinks that would be too risky. Instead they should get rid of Simon in a more clever way. Gloria will be used as a bait to lure him away from Bimini. But Simon has already noticed that they are acting in a strange and suspicious way, although he doesn't know the reason for this, and devises a counter-plan.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Shirley Eaton ... Gloria Uckrose
George Pravda ... Clinton Uckrose
Patrick McAlinney ... Patsy O'Kevin (as Patrick McAllinney)
Paul Stassino ... Vincento Innutio

Jack Gwillim ... Superintendent Marsh
Roland Brand ... Dan Morrow

Kevin Scott ... Des
Gladys Taylor ... Housekeeper
Ronald Wilson ... Hotel Bartender

Season 1, Episode 10: The Golden Journey

6 December 1962
On the Costa Brava the Saint meets the fiancee of one of his friends, the spoilt, imperious heiress Belinda Deane. He decides that she needs to understand that money cannot buy everything and contrives to steal her creature comforts, forcing her to undertake a walking holiday with him. Initially resentful she - inevitably - comes to appreciate the finer points of nature.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Erica Rogers ... Belinda Dean
Stella Bonheur ... Aunt Joan West
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Woodcutter
Roger Delgado ... Hotel Manager
David Lawton ... Guardia Civile
Ricardo Montez ... Head Waiter (as Richard Montez)
Ricardo Cortes ... Guitarist

Season 1, Episode 11: The Man Who Was Lucky

13 December 1962
Marty O'Connell, a small-time book-maker, and his girl-friend Cora are in trouble. Marty is a witness to a murder committed by the gangster 'Lucky' Joe Luckner, so-called because nobody has ever successfully testified against him. Marty is in hiding and asks for the Saint's help. The Saint visits Luckner and, in exchange for money, offers to deliver Marty to him but this is of course a plan to make Luckner pay for his past misdeeds.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Eddie Byrne ... Lucky Joe Luckner
Delphi Lawrence ... Cora
Campbell Singer ... Inspector Teal
Vera Day ... Jane
Harry Towb ... Marty O'Connor
Charles Houston ... Eddie Toscelli
Nicholas Selby ... Bailey
John Forbes-Robertson ... Sergeant Stevens (as John Forbes Robertson)
Jack Taylor ... Frank
John Sullivan ... Harry
Dickie Owen ... Cab Driver

Season 1, Episode 12: The Charitable Countess

20 December 1962
In Rome the Saint is about to attend a charity ball given by the Countess Rovagna - actually an American ex-stripper who married into money. The ball is in aid of Father Bellini's mission for the homeless, but the reality is that only a small proportion of the monies raised go the mission, the aim of the exercise being to make her look good and enhance her bank balance. The Saint decides that this charity ball will be an occasion she will not forget.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Patricia Donahue ... Countess Rovagna

Nigel Davenport ... Aldo Petri

Warren Mitchell ... Marco de Cesari
Anthony Newlands ... Father Bellini
Philip Needs ... Franco
Anthony Jacobs ... Enrico Vesper
Marie Burke ... Princess de Ribes
Irene Prador ... Signora Vespa
Victor Rietti ... Count Alzerno
Neville Becker ... The Doctor
Loretta Parry ... Angelina
Hugo De Vernier ... The Butler
Pierre Perrett ... Poco Bandito (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: The Fellow Traveller

19 September 1963
Henry Matson is shot dead as he explains to the Saint that he has been made to steal blueprints of satellites from the factory where he works, though the factory owner ultimately tells the Saint that he has no knowledge of the thefts. However, as the Saint is driving away from the factory someone tries to force him off the road. The trail leads to a club frequented by Matson, the Blue Goose, and the glamorous hostess Magda Vanoff who warns him to be careful. He is next contacted by a man called Vashetti who says he can offer the Saint information as to Matson's killer but the Saint is wary of him and with good reason as Vashetti tries to poison him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dawn Addams ... Magda Vamoff
Glyn Owen ... Supt. Kinglake
Neil McCallum ... Nick Vashetti
Michael Peake ... Hans Blatt
Angus Lennie ... MacTavish
Jeanne Watts ... Mrs. Matson
Brian Oulton ... Henry Matson

Michael Bates ... Joe
Charles Simon ... Gower
Ray Austin ... Marsh
Fred Ferris ... Sergeant Lashbrook
John Barrett ... Inspector In Blue Goose
Janine Gray ... Receptionist
Richard McNeff ... Guard

Season 2, Episode 2: Starring the Saint

26 September 1963
A film is being made about the Saint and the producer Byron Ufferlitz wants him to play himself, to the annoyance of Orland Flane, the contracted leading man. When Ufferlitz is murdered Orland is the prime suspect but the Saint finds out that many of the cast and crew also had good reason to see him out of the way.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ronald Radd ... Byron Ufferlitz
Wensley Pithey ... Inspector Teal
Alfred Burke ... Jack Groom
Monica Stevenson ... Peggy Warden
Alexander Davion ... Orland Flane
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Vic Lazaroff
Jerry Stovin ... Bob Kendricks
Ivor Dean ... David Brown
John Dunbar ... Sergeant Graham
Brian Weske ... Cabbie

Jackie Collins ... April Quest
John Gayford ... Barman
John Martin ... Medical Examiner
Bryan Marshall ... Constable Burns
Pauline Chamberlain ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Judith

3 October 1963
Judith Northwade approaches the Saint for his help. Her uncle, the ruthless tycoon Burt Northwade is planning to market a new production engine but Judith insists that he has stolen the design from her father, whom he envies for being able to have a child. She persuades the Saint to break into Burt's house and steal the plans for her, which he successfully does ,with the unlikely help of Burt's wife. However he is not convinced that Judith is all that she seems to be.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Julie Christie ... Judith Northwade
David Bauer ... Burt Northwade
Margo Johns ... Ellen Northwade
John McLaren ... Dr. Northwade
John Serret ... Inspector Lavin
Ross Parker ... Sergeant Soustelle
Warren Stanhope ... Tom MacKinnon
Robert MacLeod ... Hal Sinfield
William Greene ... Jim Wallace
Andre Boulay ... Garner
Ronald Wilson ... Desk Clerk
Georges Robin ... French Waiter
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman in Restaurant (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Teresa

10 October 1963
Whilst in Mexico the Saint agrees to accompany Teresa into the mountains to try and locate her husband, a man who was wanted by the police for an attempted political assassination. Here they are taken prisoner by El Rojo, the leader of the local rebels, who has a secret of his own - as a result of which Teresa will ultimately be reunited with her husband.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Lana Morris ... Teresa

Eric Pohlmann ... Casemegas
Marne Maitland ... Borota

Lawrence Dane ... El Rojo
Marie Burke ... Senora Artigas
Alexander Davion ... Miguel Artigas
Ricardo Montez ... Carlos Segoia (as Richard Montez)
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Sebastian
Alan Browning ... Cafe Proprietor
Frank Olegario ... Padron
George Little ... Police Lieutenant
Peter Exposite ... Lucito
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady at Circus (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Elusive Ellshaw

17 October 1963
Having told the Saint that she has just seen her husband who is supposed to be abroad, Mrs. Ellshaw is murdered. She was once the secretary to Sir John Ripwell and, at a house party attended by the Saint,Sir John is also shot though not seriously.In the event of his death his business would go to his partner, Hugo Meyer and his property to his children Anne and Kenneth, but Kenneth seems to be under the influence of Sir John's secretary, Irelock. Then Kenneth also disappears. In order to rescue him and unmask the murderer the Saint must solve the identity of the elusive Ellshaw.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Angela Browne ... Anne Ripwell
Richard Vernon ... Sir John Ripwell
Ellen McIntosh ... Mrs. Ellshaw
Philip Latham ... Ellshaw
Anthony Bate ... Martin Irelock
Walter Brown ... Hugo Meyer
Philip Bond ... Kenneth Ripwell
Norman Pitt ... Teal
Arthur Hewlett ... Gunsmith
James Ottaway ... Dr. Cranston
Nicholas Pennell ... Young Cop

Season 2, Episode 6: Marcia

24 October 1963
Film star Marcia Landon kills herself after somebody throws acid in her face. Starlet Claire Avery is asked to take over the role that Marcia was to have played in her forthcoming picture but then she receives a note telling her that she too will be disfigured unless she leaves £5000 in an envelope on the film set. The Saint must set a trap to find which of the people connected with the film has caused Marcia's death and is aiming to harm Claire.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Samantha Eggar ... Claire Avery
Kenneth MacKintosh ... Mike Sentinal
Marion Mathie ... Sheila Sentinal
Johnny Briggs ... Johnny Desmond
Jill Melford ... Irene Cromwell
Philip Stone ... Inspector Carlton
Stanley Meadows ... Frank Landon
Tony Beckley ... Barry Aldon
Janet Davies ... Pearl
Philip Anthony ... Assistant Director
Virginia Clay ... Nurse
Peter Duguid ... Prop Man

Season 2, Episode 7: The Work of Art

31 October 1963
An Algerian rebel leader goes to Paris to sell forged American bearer bonds to help fund Algerian resistance to the French, but his go-between is killed and suspicion falls on a friend of the Saint. Going to his rescue the Saint discovers that the forgeries are the work of a master-counterfeiter who was supposed to have died some years earlier and sets out to find out where he is hiding with the plates that produced this 'work of art'.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Yolande Turner ... Juliette Grillot
Alex Scott ... André Grillot
Martin Benson ... Major Quintana
John Bailey ... Jean Bougrenet
Robert Cawdron ... Sergeant Luduc
Manning Wilson ... Inspector Quercy
Hamilton Dyce ... Vladek Urivetsky
Hazel Hughes ... Mère Lafond
Neville Becker ... Lt. Prevost
Miki Iveria ... Maria
Anne Sharp ... Receptionist
Tom Naylor ... Paul Fouchet
June Smith ... Annette Dosterd

Season 2, Episode 8: Iris

7 November 1963
Iris Lansing is a bad actress whose plays are financed by her criminal husband Rick who runs a protection racket and has caused the death of an elderly shop-keeper who has refused to pay him. Lansing receives a call from the Saint threatening to expose him unless he pays him a large sum of money though the Saint denies any part in it. Then a friend of the Saint, an actress called Mary who is also in Iris's play, tells him that her father is being blackmailed, allegedly by him.It is apparent to the Saint that his name is being used in vain. Whilst he hates Lansing he realizes that they are being played off against each other and the suspects are a cast of actors.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Barbara Murray ... Iris Lansing
David Bauer ... Rick Lansing
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Cyril Luckham ... Jack Hardy
Ferdy Mayne ... Stratford Keene
John Ronane ... Mark Belden
Tony Wager ... Calder (as Anthony Wager)
Barry Linehan ... Thatcher
Meadows White ... Harry Blundel
April Wilding ... Mary Hardy

Margaret Nolan ... Daisy - Lansing's Secretary (uncredited)
Larry Taylor ... Rick Lansing's Man (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The King of the Beggars

14 November 1963
In Rome the Saint discovers that there is a protection racket targeting the local beggars who must relinquish part of their alms to a person known as the 'King of the Beggars'. A young actress, Theresa, has gone undercover as a beggar woman to try and find out the identity of the 'King' and the Saint joins her, also posing as a beggar. He is taken to a hostel run by a kindly American who is a friend of a philanthropic contessa. Staff at the hostel drug him and thugs kidnap Theresa. It is down to the Saint to escape and unmask the so-called king.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Maxine Audley ... Dolores Marcello

Oliver Reed ... Joe Catelli
Yvonne Romain ... Theresa Mantania

Warren Mitchell ... Marco Di Cesari
John McLaren ... Stephen Elliot
Charles Houston ... Leghetti
Jessie Robins ... Maria Calvetti
Bruno Barnabe ... Inspector Manteolli

Ronnie Corbett ... Call Boy (as Ronald Corbett)
Cesare Maranzana ... Italian Policeman
Gino Coia ... Italian Policeman
Paddy Ryan ... Pietro Mancinelli (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: The Rough Diamonds

21 November 1963
The Saint agrees to accompany Alan Uttershaw to the airport with a package of diamonds to be handed over to a security firm. However the real security men are killed and the diamonds handed to impostors. Suspicion falls on Gabriel Linnet, partner of the man to whom the diamonds were to be given, but he is murdered and a suit-case containing £100,000 found in his flat. The Saint overcomes the gangsters sent to subdue him and awaits a meeting with the real mastermind behind the robbery.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Douglas Wilmer ... Alan Uttershaw
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
George A. Cooper ... Milton Ourley
Vanda Godsell ... Tina Ourley
Paul Stassino ... Ricco
Jemma Hyde ... Barbara Sinclair
Michael Meacham ... George Stanton
William Dexter ... Gabriel Linnet
Ray Austin ... Joe

Geoffrey Palmer ... Pete Ferguson
Frank Jarvis ... Johnny Maxwell
Fredric Abbott ... Ned Walsh (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Saint Plays with Fire

28 November 1963
A journalist friend of the Saint is murdered whilst working undercover within the newly-revived British Nazi Party. The Saint links up with Lady Valerie who was employed by Kane Luker, the party leader, to lure the young writer to his death. Valerie is in possession of papers given her by the dead man with which she hopes to blackmail Luker but Luker and his followers seize her and the Saint, leaving them to perish in an 'accidental' fire. Can the Saint get them out of this very hot situation?

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Joseph Fürst ... Kane Luker
Justine Lord ... Lady Valerie
John Robinson ... Sidney Fairweather
Margaretta Scott ... Lady Sangore
Geoffrey Denton ... Sir Robert Sangore
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal

Robert Brown ... Jackman
Raymond Adamson ... Norton
John Hollis ... West
Joe Robinson ... Austin
Tony Beckley ... John Kennett
John Kelland ... Ralph Windlay
Keith Pyott ... Coroner (uncredited)
Allan Williams ... Railway Passenger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Well Meaning Mayor

5 December 1963
When George Hackett loses out to the well-connected Sam Purdell in the election of mayor of the town of Seatondean, Hackett is convinced that Purdell is corrupt, and, in the course of looking for proof to back his claim, he is murdered. The Saint, a friend of Sam's family, puts Purdell to the test by offering him a bribe which Purdell angrily refuses. The Saint is now sure that Purdell is in fact honest but being manipulated by another interested party, whom he manages to flush out for a showdown on top of a local building site.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Leslie Sands ... Sam Purdell
Mary Kenton ... Alice Purdell
Norman Bird ... George Hackett
Mandy Miller ... Molly Hackett
Noel Trevarthen ... Jack Bryant
Cameron Hall ... Alderman Greer
Kenneth Henry ... Ironside
David Morrell ... Maxin
Robert Sansom ... The Coroner
John Gill ... Dr. Yates
Michael Beint ... Councillor (uncredited)
Ian Wallace ... Sir Angus (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Sporting Chance

12 December 1963
Whilst on a fishing trip in Canada the Saint encounters Professor Mueller. He is being forced to defect to the Russians with a satellite system he has invented in exchange for the release of his family, who are being held hostage. The professor is taken by a middle-man to a remote lake where a sea-plane, piloted by an agent called Netchideff, lands. Netchideff kills the middle-man and is about to leave with the professor but gives the Saint a 'sporting chance' to best him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Derren Nesbitt ... Netchideff
Gerard Heinz ... Professor Otto Mueller (as Gerrard Heinz)
Godfrey Quigley ... Pavan

Carol Cleveland ... Marion Kent

Brandon Brady ... Cleaver
Harry Webster ... Beaver Johnson
Bruce Boa ... Jack Williams
Nicholas Stuart ... Inspector Hackett
Nan Marriott-Watson ... Mrs. Whicker (as Nan Marriot-Watson)
William Buck ... Detective Gorman
Evan Thomas ... Dr. Beamish

Season 2, Episode 14: The Bunco Artists

19 December 1963
When the elderly Mrs. Yarmouth is tricked into handing over church funds by a plausible confidence trickster - or 'bunco artist' - and his wife, the Saint and Mrs. Yarmouth's actress daughter set off in hot pursuit to confront the tricksters and stage a little pantomime of their own to fleece the wrong-doers of their ill-gotten gains and more.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Mary Merrall ... Sophie Yarmouth
Peter Dyneley ... Richard Eade
Justine Lord ... Jean Yarmouth
Louise Collins ... Joyce Eade (as Louise King)
Victor Platt ... Charlie Lewis
John Glyn-Jones ... Vicar Stone (as John Glyn Jones)
Marie Makine ... Miss Emma (as Marie Makino)
Barbara Ogilvie ... Mrs. Rance
André Maranne ... Louis (as Andre Maranne)

John Standing ... Gendarme
Meadows White ... Stage Door Keeper
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Benevolent Burglary

26 December 1963
The Saint re-encounters a young friend, Bill Fulton, who loves and is loved by Meryl Vascoe, the sweet daughter of a smug millionaire who forbids her to marry a man with no prospects. Vascoe has an exquisite art collection and a state of the art security system but the Saint bets him that he will be robbed within the week. Assorted opportunists seem likely candidates to deflate Vascoe, including the Saint himself, who has been known to break the law in a good cause, but the ultimate identity of the benevolent burglar is surprising indeed.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
John Barrie ... Elliot Vascoe
Gary Cockrell ... Bill Fulton
Rachel Gurney ... Delphine Chambers
Suzanne Neve ... Meryl Vascoe
Raymond Adamson ... Jules Brant
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant
Allan McClelland ... Morgan Dean
Barry Keegan ... Martin Graham
Henri Vidon ... Peter Davos
Neal Arden ... Deslauriers
Ian Parsons ... Henri
Richard Clarke ... Jacques
Ivor Salter ... Germaine
André Maranne ... Radio Operator (as Andre Maranne)
Pat Gorman ... Gendarme (uncredited)
Victor Harrington ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: The Wonderful War

2 January 1964
The ruler of a Middle Eastern country is killed in a coup and his young son Prince Karim is forced to flee, hiding out with British oil-workers who were loyal to his father. The Saint arrives in the country and, with a handful of Britons, special effects and explosions, concocts a 'wonderful war' to convince the usurpers that they are now under attack.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Renee Houston ... Mrs. McAlister
Noel Purcell ... Mike Kelly
Alfred Burke ... Harry Shannet
Alec Mango ... Abdul Aziz
Patrick Westwood ... Major Hussein
David Graham ... Ahmed
John Bennett ... Raschid (as John Bennet)
Ferdy Mayne ... The Iman
Louis Raynor ... Prince Karim
Jack Lambert ... John McAndrew
Suzanna Leigh ... Lilla McAndrew

Season 2, Episode 17: The Noble Sportsman

9 January 1964
Lord Yearley, an arrogant aristocrat whose younger wife is two-timing him, is the subject of death threats. When a shot is fired at him and he is nearly killed, his daughter asks the Saint to intervene and find the culprit.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sylvia Syms ... Anne Yearley

Anthony Quayle ... Lord Yearley
Francis Matthews ... Paul Farley
Paul Curran ... Bruno Walmar

Jane Asher ... Rose Yearley
Russell Walters ... Kelly
Martin Wyldeck ... Bates
Howard Douglas ... Tom Crofton
Tony Bilbow ... Commentator (uncredited)
Donald Pickering ... Hans (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Romantic Matron

16 January 1964
In Buenos Aires the Saint meets an American called Beryl Carrington, whose car is bumped into by that of a charming local, Ramon, who has the damage repaired within the day. Ramon tells Beryl that he has a list of political dissidents out to topple the government in a brief-case which he wants her to smuggle out of the country. She entrusts it to the Saint but when two men attack him for it he suspects that Ramon may be using Beryl for reasons which are far from romantic.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ann Gillis ... Beryl Carrington
John Carson ... Ramon Venino
Christopher Rhodes ... Bernabe

Patrick Troughton ... Police Inspector
Michael Rittermann ... Hotel Manager
Joby Blanshard ... Ernesto

Victor Spinetti ... Commissionaire
Madge Brindley ... Landlady
Larry Taylor ... Juanito (as Laurence Taylor)
Peter Diamond ... Miguel
Kaplan Kaye ... Chico
Peter Elliott ... Manuel
George Little ... Guard
Bill Cartwright ... Driver
Alan Browning ... Undetermined Role (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Luella

23 January 1964
The Saint's married friend Bill Harvey is the innocent 'mark' in a scam in which he is set up for blackmail by the seductive Luella, who gets him into a compromising position just in time to be snapped by a photographer and a man claiming to be Luella's husband. Bill is terrified that his less than understanding wife Doris will find out and asks the Saint for help. As a result Luella and her gang find themselves with another victim, though this one is more than ready for them.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

David Hedison ... Bill Harvey
Suzanne Lloyd ... Doris Harvey

Sue Lloyd ... Luella (as Susan Lloyd)
Aidan Turner ... Matt Joyson
Michael Wynne ... Ted Kermein
Jean St. Clair ... Miss Hill
John Woodnutt ... Head Porter

Julian Holloway ... Waiter
Peter Fontaine ... Hotel Clerk
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Hotel Bar (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Lawless Lady

30 January 1964
Countess Audrey is not only a glittering socialite but a ruthless jewel thief whose chauffeur robs the homes of her wealthy associates whilst she entertains them in her Mayfair house. Her master plan is to organize a cruise for several rich couples, whom she will drug and rob whilst they are at sea. She has recruited a new gang member for this plan. Unfortunately for her he is the Saint.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dawn Addams ... Countess Audrey Morova

Julian Glover ... Hilloram
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Ronald Ibbs ... Sanders
John G. Heller ... Jacques Boucher
David Sumner ... Dickie Tremaine
James Belchamber ... Photographer (as James Bellchamber)
Anthea Windham ... Miss Williams (as Anthea Wyndham)
Kenneth Benda ... Lord Wentworth
Dorothy Black ... Lady Wentworth
Stuart Saunders ... George Ulrig
Anne Sharp ... May Ulrig
Gerald Young ... Sir Edras Levy
Edith Saville ... Lady Levy

Season 2, Episode 21: The Good Medicine

6 February 1964
Denise Dumont heads one of the most successful beauty product firms in France and is a very rich woman. However, she has achieved this by stealing the ideas of her ex-husband,Philippe whom she exploited, taking the credit for herself. He is now broken and ill. The Saint decides that, with the help of Denise's former sister-in-law, he will teach this unfeeling woman a lesson and force her, unknowingly,to contribute to Philippe's welfare.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Barbara Murray ... Denise Dumont
Anthony Newlands ... Phillipe Dumont

Jean Marsh ... Maria
Bill Nagy ... David Stern
John Bennett ... Count Alfredo (as John Bennet)
Veronica Turleigh ... Madame Dumont

Bruce Montague ... Jacques
Alexandra Dane ... Mathilde

Season 2, Episode 22: The Invisible Millionaire

13 February 1963
The Saint reads in a newspaper that wealthy businessman Marvin Chase was badly burnt in a car crash that killed his young assistant Bertram Tamblin. Nora Prescott, a friend of the Saint,works for Chase and is perplexed when he asks her to sell off some of his business interests. She approaches the Saint for his help but is murdered before she can explain further.The Saint assists the police investigating the murder and is surprised that Chase's head and hands are always bandaged. Chase's daughter Ellen confides in the Saint that there was something highly suspicious about the car crash and there is something very mysterious about the man her father has become.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Katharine Blake ... Rosemary Chase

Michael Goodliffe ... Dr. Quintus

Nigel Stock ... Jim Chase

Eunice Gayson ... Nora Prescott

Jane Asher ... Ellen Chase
Basil Dignam ... Marvin Chase
Mark Eden ... Bertrand Tamblin
Charles Morgan ... Inspector Welland
John Gabriel ... Franklin
Ian Ainsley ... Thompson
Frank Atkinson ... Charley Dodds
Peter Lawrence ... Bartender
Michael McKevitt ... Waiter

Season 2, Episode 23: The High Fence

20 February 1964
Chief Inspector Teal is investigating a spate of burglaries which seem to be linked by the presence of a criminal known as the High Fence, who uses the Cosy Corner cafe as his rendezvous. The Saint gets an actress friend, Gaby, to take a job as a waitress at the cafe to keep surveillance on its customers. At the same time Mr. Teal is singularly unimpressed by the performance of Inspector Pryor, who has allowed a suspect to die in custody and to whom the Saint adopts a very disparaging attitude.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
James Villiers ... Inspector Pryor
Suzanne Lloyd ... Gabby Forest
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Reginald Beckwith ... Enderby
Stanley Meadows ... Bob Stryker
Harry Towb ... Johnny Anworth
Dyson Lovell ... Jim Fasson
Clare Kelly ... Mrs. Anworth (as Claire Kelly)
Peter Jeffrey ... Quincy
Hazel Hughes ... Mrs. Stewart
Richard Poore ... Robbins
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Cafe (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Sophia

27 February 1964
On holiday in a Greek village, Simon takes time out from his sight seeing to settle accounts with a crook who is threatening the peace of the inhabitants with his bully-boy tactics.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Oliver Reed ... Aristides
Imogen Hassall ... Sophia
Tommy Duggan ... Stavros
Peter Kriss ... Nico
John Wentworth ... Professor Hamish Grant
Hal Galili ... Joe Martin (as Hal Gallili)
Wolfe Morris ... Gorgo
Andreas Malandrinos ... Greek Villager
Raymond Ray ... Photographer
Tony Arpino ... Greek Villager (uncredited)
Donna Pearson ... American Tourist (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Gentle Ladies

5 March 1964
In a quiet English village the Saint meets the elderly Warshed sisters who are pillars of the community. Nonetheless they are harboring a dark secret from their past which is exposing them to being blackmailed by one Alfred Powls. When the Saint discovers this he resolves to assist the three gentle ladies and find out the reason for the blackmail.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Avice Landone ... Florence Warshed (as Avice Landon)
Renee Houston ... Ida Warshed
Barbara Mullen ... Violet Warshed
Philip O'Flynn ... Alfred Powls
Anthony Nicholls ... George Marsh
Timothy Bateson ... Charley Butterworth
Christina Gregg ... Kathleen Howard
Frank Sieman ... Joe Tracey
Gwenda Ewen ... Miss Wilson
Donald Tandy ... Detective Sergeant
Barry Wilsher ... Waiter

Season 2, Episode 26: The Ever-Loving Spouse

12 March 1964
Married businessman Otis Q. Fennick asks the Saint for his help. He has been set up for a compromising photograph with a scantily-dressed girl. Unbeknown to Otis this has been instigated by his wife Liane as grounds for divorce. Soon, however, the man who took the photograph is found murdered and both the Fennicks are, literally, in the frame along with other suspects who wanted the man dead. It is left to the Saint to solve the mystery.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Barry Jones ... Otis Q. Fennick
Jeanne Moody ... Liane Fennick
Jacqueline Ellis ... Norma Upton
Paul Carpenter ... Brent Kingman
David Bauer ... Vern Balton
Alexis Kanner ... Alec Misner
Robert Arden ... Detective Williams
Janet Brandes ... Miss Grimshaw
Max Faulkner ... Desk Clerk
Hal Galili ... Bartender
Stuart Nichol ... Pete
John Bloomfield ... Stout Man
Bartlett Mullins ... Bald Man

Season 2, Episode 27: The Saint Sees It Through

19 March 1964
The Saint goes to Hamburg undercover to intercept a ring of art smugglers. The focus of the ring seems to be Tante Ada's night-club where the star vocalist, Lili, is an ex-girlfriend of the Saint. She is a patient of the sinister Dr. Zellermann, clearly a leading light in the gang. The good doctor pretends to befriend the Saint, aware that the Saint has recently broken into his office looking for clues. He traps the Saint by getting him to admit this fact whilst being overheard by the police and the Saint is consequently arrested.Time is running out for him to see it through and bring the smugglers to book.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Margit Saad ... Lili
Joseph Fürst ... Dr. Ernst Zellerman (as Joseph Furst)
Elspeth March ... Tante Ada
Guy Deghy ... Carl Eberhard
Larry Cross ... John Hamilton
Gordon Sterne ... Fritz Kapel
Carl Duering ... Police Captain
Peter Perkins ... Otto
Graeme Bruce ... Policeman
Caron Gardner ... Hat-Check Girl

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Miracle Tea Party

8 October 1964
A man is murdered in a phone booth on Waterloo station while Simon Templar is making a call. But before his death he has managed to slip a mysterious package of "Miracle Tea" into the bag of a young nurse who works at the naval base at Portland. Now the Saint wants to know why.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Fabia Drake ... Aunt Hattie
Nanette Newman ... Geraldine McLeod
Conrad Phillips ... Doctor Sandberg
Basil Dignam ... Commander Richardson
Charles Houston ... Norton
Viktor Viko ... Inescue
Patrick Westwood ... Osbett

Robert Brown ... Atkins
Edward Jewesbury ... Franklin
Neville Whiting ... Wilson
Michael Standing ... Barlow

Season 3, Episode 2: Lida

15 October 1964
Joan Wingate is convinced that her sister Lida is being blackmailed and asks the Saint for his help. They go to meet Lida at the Quarterdeck Club, but someone has murdered her.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Erica Rogers ... Joan Wingate
Jeanne Moody ... Lida Verity
Barry Keegan ... Bosun

Peter Bowles ... Maurice Kerr
Marne Maitland ... Esteban

Aubrey Morris ... Pebbles
Robert Raglan ... Inspector Maxwell
Maggie Wright ... Mara
Henry McCarthy ... American Man

Season 3, Episode 3: Jeannine

22 October 1964
In Paris, the Saint attends a reception for the dictatorial Oriental Stateswoman Madame Chen, who owns a priceless pearl necklace.He recognizes her personal assistant as Jeannine Roger, a lady who has, in the past, been a thief, although she assures the Saint that she has now reformed. An attempt is made to steal the pearls but the thief is a poor Chinese who wants to sell them to help his starving people and the Saint covers for him. Now the Saint has a dual task - to help this man and to thwart Jeannine, who, he is sure, is NOT a reformed character.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sylvia Syms ... Jeannine Roger
Jacqueline Chan ... Madam Chen (as Jacqui Chan)
Robert Cawdron ... Sergeant Leduc
Manning Wilson ... Inspector Quercy

Ric Young ... Lo Yung (as Eric Young)
Martin Miller ... Jerome
Peter Elliott ... Kwan Li
John Dearth ... Fouquet
Peter Diamond ... Peyrac
Michael Anthony ... Hotel Manager
Maggie Wright ... Girl Receptionist

Season 3, Episode 4: The Scorpion

29 October 1964
Petty crook Long Harry is murdered after telling the Saint that he has been paid to steal documents for blackmail purposes by a villain known as the Scorpion. The Saint follows the blackmail victim to the Bird's Nest club where he is to make his payment but Patsy, the girl who accepts the money, is herself later attacked and crippled and the Saint is sent a package containing a large scorpion. Patsy sends a message to the Saint that she has a telephone number which will hopefully lead to the exposure of the Scorpion.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Katherine Woodville ... Karen Bates (as Catherine Woodville)
Nyree Dawn Porter ... Patsy Butler
Dudley Sutton ... Eddy
Philip Latham ... Long Harry Garrett (as Phillip Latham)
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Leon Cortez ... Montgomery 'Birdie' Bird
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Wilfred Garniman
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... Mark Deverest (as Ronald Leigh Hunt)
Eve Lister ... Cynthia Deverest
Thomas Baptiste ... Sam - Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Revolution Racket

5 November 1964
In a South American republic the Saint meets an American couple, Doris and Sherm Inkler, whom he believes to be gun runners. However they tell him that they are hoping to swindle the Enriquez brothers, vicious would-be revolutionaries according to the local police chief, by selling them boxes of lead with only a few real guns for examination. The Saint agrees to help the Inklers pull off their deception in return for a third of the profits whilst, at the same time, wondering if they can be trusted.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Suzanne Lloyd ... Doris Inkler

Eric Pohlmann ... Carlos Xavier (as Eric Pohlman)
Peter Arne ... Pablo Enriquez

Ed Bishop ... Sherm Inkler (as Edward Bishop)
Michael Godfrey ... Manuel Enriquez
Hal Galili ... Vincente (as Hal Gallili)
Alec Mango ... Jose Jalisco
Clive Cazes ... Esteban
Ricardo Montez ... Immigration Officer (as Richard Montez)
Michael Lynch ... Rainer
Reginald Jessup ... Francisco
Walter Randall ... Juan

Season 3, Episode 6: The Saint Steps In

13 November 1964
The Saint is approached by yet another damsel in distress, this time Madeline Gray who tells him that her father has invented a chemical called Process G, which she believes his business associate Hobart Quennel is out to steal. Quennel explains that the invention is worthless but the Saint is unconvinced particularly when Gray disappears and later Madeline is herself kidnapped, both by Quennel. With the help of Quennel's daughter the Saint goes to his house where he forces Quennel, at gunpoint, to admit that if Process G is manufactured he will be ruined. But one of Quennel's henchmen attacks the Saint, knocking him unconscious, and he comes to in a cellar, tied up along with the Grays.He is told that he must persuade Gray to let Quennel have the formula for his process or they will all die.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Geoffrey Keen ... Hobart Quennel
Justine Lord ... Andrea Quennel

Peter Vaughan ... Walter Devan
Moultrie Kelsall ... Calvin Gray

Annette Andre ... Madeline Gray
Neil McCarthy ... Morgen
Michael Robbins ... Smith

Ed Bishop ... Cy Imberline (as Edward Bishop)
Nicholas Pennell ... Intelligent Undergraduate
David Jackson ... Husky Undergraduate
Robert Bruce ... Detective Inspector Malloy

Season 3, Episode 7: The Loving Brothers

19 November 1964
In the Australian outback the Saint tricks two greedy and quarrelsome brothers into repaying their old father money that they have long owed him when he tempts them with the offer of shares in a silver mine.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Reg Lye ... Pop Kinsall

Ray Barrett ... Willie Kinsall
Ed Devereaux ... Wally Kinsall

Annette Andre ... Linda Henderson
Betty McDowall ... Edna Kinsall
Dick Bentley ... Charley O'Shea
Grant Taylor ... Pete Grove
Noel Trevarthen ... Joe Casey
John Tate ... Assayer

Season 3, Episode 8: The Man Who Liked Toys

26 November 1964
The Saint helps Chief Inspector Teal find out why business-man Lewis Enstone willingly put a gun to his head and shot himself, given that, despite several complications in his life, he had no cause to feel suicidal. The one clue is his love of novelty toys.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
John Baskcomb ... Lewis Enstone
Jeanne Moody ... Marjorie Enstone

John Paul ... John Hammel
Maurice Kaufmann ... George Fowler
Rosemarie Reede ... Claire Wheeler
David Lodge ... Harry Duggan
Inigo Jackson ... Albert Costello

Season 3, Episode 9: The Death Penalty

3 December 1964
Whilst in the South of France the Saint meets Laura Stride and her apparently respectable father, as well as crossing swords with Abdul Osman,a member of the local crime syndicate, the Latini, of which the boss, unbeknown to his daughter, is Stride himself. A power struggle begins between the two men to be head of the Latini, in the course of which Osman kidnaps Laura and holds her as a hostage on his yacht. Yet again it is a case of the Saint to the rescue as he goes to free Laura and ensures that the villains of the piece pay the death penalty.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Paul Stassino ... Abdul Osman
Brewster Mason ... Galbraith Stride

Wanda Ventham ... Laura Stride
Scott Finch ... Toby Halidom (as Scot Finch)
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant
Rory MacDermot ... Clements
William Marlowe ... Smith (as William Marlow)
Alan Curtis ... Trape
Arthur Gomez ... Dali
Philo Hauser ... Suza
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Nightclub (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Imprudent Politician

10 December 1964
Married politician Christopher Waites is being black-mailed over an extra-marital affair but his black-mailers do not seek money. They want access to an important speech which Waites is going to deliver to the Prime Minister. The Saint sets a trap, deliberately leaving the speech exposed, to flush out Waites' black-mailer.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Anthony Bate ... Christopher Waites

Jennifer Wright ... Janet Waites
Justine Lord ... Denise Grant

Michael Gough ... Colin Phillips
Maxwell Shaw ... Spencer Vallance
Jeremy Burnham ... Tim Burton
Mike Pratt ... Alex Morgan

Jean Marsh ... Helen Phillips
John Bryans ... Mister Anthony
Moray Watson ... Ken Shield
Jimmy Gardner ... Marine Mechanic
Pauline Chamberlain ... Visitor to Parliament (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Hi-Jackers

17 December 1964
The Saint is in Munich for the Oktoberfest when a friend of his, American Army Sergeant Henry Johns, is killed whilst trying to stop an armed robbery at his base. Unbeknown to him, Mathilde Baum, whom he believed to be his girl-friend, was actually part of the gang, using her friendship with him to gain insider information. Furthermore, she is now getting cosy with another American soldier, Sergeant Pargo, who was a friend of Johns. He teams up with the Saint to go after the hi-jackers and avenge their dead buddy.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ingrid Schoeller ... Mathilde Baum
Robert Nichols ... Robert Pargo
Neil McCallum ... Ed Jopley

Walter Gotell ... Hans Lasser

Kevin Scott ... Sergeant Henry Johns
Michael Collins ... Borieff
Richard Shaw ... Schultz

Shane Rimmer ... Major Smith
Roy Stephens ... Private F.C. Kirk
David Healy ... Sam (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Unkind Philanthropist

24 December 1964
In Puerto Rico the Saint meets a young woman called Tristan Brown, who is there to bestow funds upon needy people on behalf of the charity which employs her. She is trying to find someone help her allocate the money and considers Elmer Quire, who is well-known as a local philanthropist. However, the Saint finds out that Quire is a fraud and that in fact he is dishonest and greedy. Given that 'Tristan' is also a man's name the Saint pretends that he is Tristan Brown and approaches Quire with a plan that will fleece him of his ill-gotten gains and re-distribute them to the local poor.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Charles Farrell ... Elmer Quire
Patricia Michon ... Dolores Gamma (as Pat Michon)
David Graham ... Juan Gamma
Sarah Brackett ... Tristan Brown
Garry Fulsham ... Victor Gamma
John Bloomfield ... Twinewright
Dawn Davis ... Maria Gamma
Anthony Morton ... Portagee
Larry Taylor ... Alicron
Joan Ingram ... Mrs. Hendricks
Olive Lucius ... Chic Woman
Pauline Chamberlain ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Damsel in Distress

31 December 1964
The Saint is approached by Italian restaurateur Domenick Naccaro and his family. Domenick's daughter Maria has had a baby by a fraudster called Rolfieri, who promised to marry her but fled the country back to Italy having embezzled vast sums of money. The Saint follows him to Florence along with Maria's brother Allessandro, and, under an alias, takes a job with him. Before long, however, the Saint's cover is blown and he finds himself - not for the first time - in a very perilous position, in a car with cut brakes hurtling down a hillside. He must escape if he is to help the damsel in distress.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Richard Wyler ... Allessandro Naccaro
Katherine Woodville ... Barbara Astral (as Catherine Woodville)
Paul Whitsun-Jones ... Domenick Naccaro
Harold Kasket ... Guiseppe Rolfieri
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Ray Austin ... Arthur

John Bluthal ... Guido Naccaro
Camilla Hasse ... Maria Naccaro
Gwynneth Tighe ... Jennifer

Season 3, Episode 14: The Contract

7 January 1965
The Saint is the victim of an attempted hit-and-run, the driver being a man called Farnberg. Some years earlier he was an airman at an American air-base and he was involved in a robbery there. He was sent to prison but the spoils of the robbery were never found. Now he is out of jail and looking for the money.The Saint is saved by a man called Dunstan, who was the chief security guard at the base when the robbery happened and he and the Saint team up to get to the loot before Farnberg.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dick Haymes ... Dunstan
Robert Hutton ... Mr. Farnberg
Elizabeth Weaver ... Eileen Ballinger
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
John Bennett ... Ardossi
Michael Peake ... Friste
Richard Easton ... Chuck Powers
Douglas Muir ... Doctor Jerome
Mary Jones ... Mrs. Evans

Nicholas Courtney ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Set-Up

14 January 1965
The Saint interrupts an armed robbery and is told by Chief Inspector Teal that the gang in question are responsible for similar crimes and are building up to a last big job. A hit is put out on the Saint to prevent any further attempts on his part to foil the gang, and, as he entertains a young lady in his apartment, a man with a telescopic rifle takes aim at him from a house opposite. Surely the Saint will survive, to expose the set-up.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Penelope Horner ... Oonagh O'Grady
John Stone ... Ted Orping
Henry Gilbert ... Tex Goldman
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Edward Underdown ... Jack Laurie
Redmond Phillips ... Nilder
Norman Florence ... Clem Enright
Tony Wager ... Corrigan (as Anthony Wager)
Faith Kent ... Mrs. Donaldson
Jim Brady ... Man on Bicycle (uncredited)
Victor Harrington ... Man in Casino (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Rhine Maiden

21 January 1965
In Germany the Saint saves a young girl, Julia, from what appears to be an accident but is an attempt on her life by Charles Voyson, a man who swindled her father out of £250,000 and is planning to change his identity. Voyson feigns illness and is taken to a clinic run by an accomplice, Dr. Schreiber, who informs Julia and the Saint that Voyson has just died. In fact he is very much alive and about to jump onto a train. The Saint and Julia follow him but she is captured by Voyson and held hostage in his compartment. The Saint climbs along the carriages to save her.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Nigel Davenport ... Charles Voyson
Victor Beaumont ... Dr. Schreiber
Stephanie Randall ... Julia Harrison (as Stephanie Randal)
Anthony Booth ... Hans
George Pravda ... Inspector Glessen
Adline Mandlova ... Helga (as Adlina Mandlova)
Frederick Schiller ... Otto
Ernest Walder ... Train Steward
Ernest Hare ... English Man
Totti Truman Taylor ... English Woman (as Trotti Trueman Taylor)
Michael Wolf ... Barman

Season 3, Episode 17: The Inescapable Word

28 January 1965
On holiday in the Highlands of Scotland the Saint is staying near to a top secret scientific establishment, one of whose staff is mysteriously killed. Soon afterwards the one of the boffins Professor Oakridge is murdered, having scrawled the word COP in his blood before dying. His colleagues claim ignorance as to why he should have done this but the Saint believes that one of them is the killer and enlists the help of hotelier's daughter Marjorie North in solving the case.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ann Bell ... Marjorie North
James Maxwell ... Jock Ingram
Maurice Hedley ... Ivor North
Robert Dean ... Professor Soren
Robert MacLeod ... Professor Oakridge (as Robert McLeod)
Ronald Ibbs ... Professor Walter Rand
Donald Bisset ... Simms
James Copeland ... Dr. Carey
Russell Waters ... Thompson
Alf Mangan ... Gillie (uncredited)
Terence Mountain ... Gate Guard (uncredited)
Paul Weston ... Researcher (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Sign of the Claw

4 February 1965
The Saint is in Malaya, working for the British government to locate a local terrorist gang who have killed a friend of his. He stays at a farm owned by Don Morland and his daughter Jean and finds that they are being threatened to leave by a neighbour called Valmon. When the Morlands refuse the farm is attacked and Jean is abducted. The Saint must rescue her and unmask the leader of the terrorists who goes by the Sign of the Claw.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Suzan Farmer ... Jean Morland

Peter Copley ... Don Morland
Godfrey Quigley ... Max Valmon
Geoffrey Frederick ... Major Rowney
Leo Leyden ... Dr. Julias
Kenjin Takari ... Angkor

Burt Kwouk ... Tawau
John Rees ... Gale (as John Reese)
Kristopher Kum ... Harlun
Michael Chow ... Rawach

Season 3, Episode 19: The Golden Frog

11 February 1965
In South America the Saint meets two swindlers, Alice Nestor and her father. They show him a golden statue of a frog, claiming it is one of many such icons of the sacred frogs of the Incas and request that the Saint backs their expedition to find others. The Saint pretends to co-operate but plants some fake gold of his own to turn the tables on the swindlers, only to discover that they are also gun-runners for local revolutionaries. He sets out to thwart them.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Jacqueline Ellis ... Alice Nestor
Hugh McDermott ... Nestor
Alan Tilvern ... Captain Quintana
Walter Brown ... General Cuevas
Alex McCrindle ... Fergus MacLish
Inia Te Wiata ... Loro
Alvaro Fontana ... Julio
Barry Shawzin ... Paco
Alan Curtis ... Vargas

Season 3, Episode 20: The Frightened Inn-Keeper

18 February 1965
The Saint is summoned to a remote inn in Cornwall by Julia Jeffroll, although, when he arrives, it is clear that her father, the inn-keeper, though telling him that there is nothing wrong, is actually very scared, especially of three male guests at his inn. Julia tells the Saint that she hears strange noises at night and has overheard the men boast about coming into money very soon. Then the Saint discovers that there is a tunnel being built in the cellar with an underground rail-track. He decides to investigate.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Michael Gwynn ... Martin Jeffroll
Suzanne Neve ... Julia Jeffroll

Percy Herbert ... Tom Kane
Howard Marion-Crawford ... Mr. Portmore
Norman Bird ... Weems
John Gabriel ... Yesterman
Edward Cast ... Bellamy

Season 3, Episode 21: Sibao

25 February 1965
On the island of Haiti, noted for voodoo, the Saint meets the beautiful Sibao, a mystical young woman, and her fiance, Theron Netlord, a young Englishman who is entranced by voodoo and is marrying Sibao purely to learn its secrets and gain power for himself. The Saint accepts an invitation to dinner with Netlord and finds himself in danger.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
John Carson ... Theron Netlord
Jeanne Roland ... Sibao
Jerry Stovin ... Tony Kreiger
Nicholas Stuart ... Atherton Lee
Kevin Stoney ... Dr. Farrere
Christopher Carlos ... Manon
Tracy Connell ... Tarno
Bruce Boa ... Hamilton
John McLaren ... Brinkley
Boscoe Holder ... Male Dancer

Season 3, Episode 22: The Crime of the Century

4 March 1965
Betty Tregarth is forced to go with a group of men led by Bernhard Raxel. Earlier Chief Inspector Teal had told the Saint that he suspects Raxel of planning the 'crime of the century', having killed an undercover officer planted by Teal for more details. Betty works at a research plant perfecting nerve gas and Raxel has kidnapped her brother as security for her cooperation. He wants to employ nerve gas in a robbery to steal the plates and paper from the Bank of England's printing house. Teal intercepts one of the safe-crackers Raxel intends to use in the raid and substitutes the Saint, who, fortunately, is able to prove his safe-breaking skills to Raxel's satisfaction. All is now in place for the crime of the century.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

André Morell ... Bernhard Raxel (as Andre Morell)
Sarah Lawson ... Betty Tregarth
William Lucas ... Crantor
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Peter Jeffrey ... Gregory Marring
David Saire ... David Tregarth
John Forbes-Robertson ... Philip Gray

Carol Cleveland ... Gloria Mancici
Alexandra Bastedo ... Joan Vendel
Cyril Chamberlain ... Flavel
Maggie Wright ... Madeline

Season 3, Episode 23: The Happy Suicide

11 March 1965
Television host Ziggy Zaglan has a jovial public image but is really a very unpleasant man who owes his success to the clever writing skills of his adopted brother, Paul. Paul is visited by James McCleary, a man who claims that Ziggy was responsible for his sister's death by drowning, and the next morning Paul is found dead by hanging. The assumption is that he killed himself but the Saint is not convinced and sets out to find the murderer.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Jane Merrow ... Lois Norroy

John Bluthal ... Ziggy Zaglan

William Sylvester ... Ralph Damien
Jerry Stovin ... Ted Coblin
William Dexter ... Paul Zaglan

Donald Sutherland ... McCleery
Fred Sadoff ... Capt. Williams
Mavis Villiers ... The Texas Mother
Kevin Brennan ... Jack Gill

Annie Ross ... Annie Ross
Leslie Crawford ... Man in Ziggy Zaglan's dressing room (uncredited)

John Ashley Hamilton ... Joe (uncredited)

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: The Checkered Flag

1 July 1965
Oscar Newley has perfected a new fuel injection system for his racing car and approaches the Saint for financial backing. However the car breaks down during a race and he believes that it has been sabotaged by Ellington, a rival owner-driver.Suspicions are compounded when Oscar is nearly killed in a fire at his work-shop and the car is again sabotaged. The chief culprit would seem to be Oscar's driver Alec but then he is murdered . The Saint must race to find the perpetrator in every sense.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Eddie Byrne ... Oscar Newley
Justine Lord ... Mandy Ellington
Edward de Souza ... Beau Ellington
Pamela Conway ... Catherine Marshall
Tim Barrett ... Lee Leonard
Neil McCarthy ... Alec Hunter
John Kidd ... Bateman
Dorothy Frere ... Hunter's Landlady
Eliza Buckingham ... Bank Clerk
Lewis Alexander ... Man in Bar (uncredited)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman at Brands Hatch (uncredited)
Aileen Lewis ... Woman in Bar (uncredited)
John Tatum ... Man in Bar (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Abductors

8 July 1965
Shortly after meeting the Saint in a Paris night club and informing him that he is being followed, Brian Quell is kidnapped by a gang led by a man called Jones in an attempt to lure Brian's brother, a professor, to work for foreign agents. Brian is killed and Jones plans to abduct the professor at the funeral. The Saint is under suspicion for the murder and, in escaping from the police, hides out with a young girl called Madeline, who has won a holiday to Paris as a prize. She is in turn abducted by Brian's killers and the Saint must rescue her and head off the professor from falling into Jones' clutches.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dudley Foster ... Jones
Robert Urquhart ... Brian Quell

Annette Andre ... Madeline
Jennifer Jayne ... Olga
Robert Cawdron ... Sergeant Luduc
John Serret ... Inspector Quercy

Nicholas Courtney ... Alain
Ronald Ibbs ... Professor Quell
Sandor Elès ... Hotel Clerk
David Garfield ... Peter
Martin Wyldeck ... Mr. Marson
Anthony Chinn ... Oriental Agent (uncredited)
Brian Coburn ... Proprietor (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Crooked Ring

15 July 1965
Steve Nelson is an up-and-coming young boxer with a promising career but his girl-friend Connie approaches the Saint because she is fearful of his next opponent, a mysterious Australian known as the Masked Angel, who has actually killed a man in a fight, although there was no evidence of foul play. The Saint is suspicious of the Angel's manager, Doc Spengler, the more so after a man who has offered to spy on Spengler is found dead and the Saint is shot at. Then Steve is deliberately run over and unable to box. The Saint decides to take his place in the ring and unmask the Angel once and for all.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Walter Brown ... 'Doc' Spangler
Tony Wright ... Steve Nelson
Meredith Edwards ... Whitey Mullins
Jean Aubrey ... Connie Grady
Nosher Powell ... The Angel
John Tate ... Dave Snyders
Barry Linehan ... Max
Irvin Allen ... Torpedo Smith
Doris Hare ... Mrs. Barlow
MacDonald Hobley ... Radio Commentator
Victor Harrington ... Boxing Match Spectator (uncredited)
Walter Henry ... Nightclub Doorman (uncredited)
Michael Segal ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Smart Detective

22 July 1965
Neither Inspector Teal nor the Saint are impressed by Peter Corrio, a smug private detective who boasts to them that his security system for the fabulous Oppenheim emerald is fool-proof. They are suspicious that he has managed to solve so many jewel thefts that have evaded the police. Then the Saint meets Janice Dixon, who tells him that her brother was killed trying to escape from the police having had jewels planted on him by Corrio. She believes that Corrio himself has engineered the recent thefts in order to return the jewels for the rewards involved. Then Janice is snatched and taken to a boat owned by Corrio. Not only is the Saint going to find her, he plans also to steal the emerald and show Corrio which of them is the smarter detective.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Brian Worth ... Peter Corrio
Anne Lawson ... Janice Dixon
Fabia Drake ... Aunt Prudence
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Teal
Barry Shawzin ... Nick Nigkoma
Martin Miller ... Mr. Justin
Reg Lye ... George
Larry Taylor ... Swann
Dennis Blake ... Miller
Ron Welling ... Garage Mechanic
Walter Henry ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Keith Smith ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Persistent Parasites

29 July 1965
The Saint is invited to the wedding of his very rich friend Waldo Oddington to Nadine, a girl young enough to be his daughter. Other guests include Waldo's three ex-wives and his nephew George McGeorge, who is highly critical of his uncle's decision. On the eve of the wedding the Saint sees Nadine in conversation with a young man called Pierre who would seem to be her lover but she tells the Saint that she has finished with him. That night Waldo is shot dead and his life is found to have been massively insured. But who stood to gain by his death and how? The Saint must find out .

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Cec Linder ... Waldo Oddington
Jan Holden ... Vera
Ann Gillis ... Wilma
Annette Carell ... Katerina
Sonia Fox ... Nadine
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant
Brian McDermott ... Pierre (as Brian MacDermott)
Jeremy Longhurst ... George McGeorge
Donald Hewlett ... Howard Mitchell
David Garth ... Monsieur Phillippe
Keith Smith ... Latignant's Assistant
Andreas Malandrinos ... Man on Beach front (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: The Man Who Could Not Die

5 August 1965
Nicknamed 'the Man Who Could Not Die' international adventurer Miles Hallin goes into partnership with Nigel Perry, whose father has recently died. Following the death of a man suspected of blackmailing Hallin, the Saint believes that Hallin killed Nigel's father and that Nigel himself could be in danger. Hallin and Nigel set out for a pot-holing holiday in Wales with the Saint in pursuit, ultimately confronting Hallin and putting his immortality to the test.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Patrick Allen ... Miles Hallin

Jennie Linden ... Moyna Stanford
Robin Phillips ... Nigel Perry
Richard Wyler ... Roddy Morton
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Meredith Edwards ... Emrys Pugh
Mary Jones ... Mrs. Pugh
Victor Harrington ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: The Saint Bids Diamonds

12 August 1965
The crooked Abdul Graner has stolen a priceless diamond from the Louvre and is now awaiting an expert to come to his villa in the Canary Islands to cut the diamond for him. Unbeknown to Graner this is the Saint, working for the police. Christine Graner, Abdul's wife, tells the Saint that her husband is a brute and she wants to leave him, along with the Saint and the diamond, but the Saint feels obliged to continue with his deception. Although Graner is unaware of the Saint's true identity he has his suspicions and forces him at gunpoint to cut the stone whilst holding Christine hostage.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Eunice Gayson ... Christine Graner
George Murcell ... Abdul Graner
Jean St. Clair ... Madame Calliope
Gerard Heinz ... Joris Van Linden
Peter Illing ... Captain Garcia

Ed Bishop ... George Felson (as Edward Bishop)
Neville Becker ... Palermo
Laurence Herder ... Lauber
Ricardo Montez ... Teneriffe Policeman (as Richard Montez)

Season 4, Episode 8: The Spanish Cow

19 August 1965
On the French Riviera the Saints rescues Dona Luisa Arroya and her young companion Consuela from two robbers. Dona Luisa and Gilberto, her brother-in-law, tell the Saint that they are part of a once influential family, exiled from the island of Santa Cruz, who have come to sell Dona Luisa's jewelry to raise money for a return to power - hence the robbery. So much is made of the jewels and so many people seem anxious to steal them that the Saint is not surprised to discover that they are fakes. Now he has to discover why the Arroyas really want to involve him in their scheme and whether they are telling the truth.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Gary Raymond ... Gilberto Arroyo
Vivienne Ventura ... Consuela Flores
Nancy Nevinson ... Dona Luisa Arroyo
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant
Leonard Sachs ... Deigo Ramirez
Michael Wynne ... Rene
David Jackson ... Chico
Nicholas Donnelly ... Jean
Terry Yorke ... Sancho (as Terry York)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Old Treasure Story

26 August 1965
In a pub in Cornwall, the Saint meets three men, each of whom owns a third of a map that allegedly shows the whereabouts of sunken treasure in the West Indies. He joins their party to discover whether the treasure is a myth or a reality. On arriving at the supposed location of the treasure he quickly comes to see that there is - literally - a deadly rivalry among the group members.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Jack Hedley ... Duncan Rawl
Erica Rogers ... April Mallory
Reg Lye ... Captain Bill Williams
Frank Wolff ... Jim Reston
Jill Curzon ... Maria Cavallini
Robert Hutton ... Jack Forrest
Roy Patrick ... Big Tom
Joby Blanshard ... First Sailor
Timmy Gardner ... Second Sailor
George Lowdell ... Third Sailor

Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1: The Queen's Ransom

30 September 1966
Whilst in Monte Carlo the Saint saves the life of Fallouda, the ex-king of Fedyra. Fallouda tells him he aims to return to power by raising money by selling the jewellery of his wife, Queen Adana. The Saint and Adana set out to collect the jewels, the journey being initially icy as the queen is the daughter of a London bus driver and feels the Saint should give her more respect. Having warded off one attack the couple obtain the jewels but on the way back to meet Fallouda their car breaks down. They are offered a lift by a sweet old lady who invites them in for tea - tea which she has drugged because she too is after the queen's jewels. Will the SAint be able to deliver the queen's ransom?

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Dawn Addams ... Queen Adana
George Pastell ... King Fallouda
Nora Nicholson ... Hortense
Catherine Feller ... Michele
Stanley Meadows ... Georges
Gary Hope ... Major Aboukir
Patrick Westwood ... Saleb
Peter Madden ... Farid
Neville Becker ... Mahmoud

John Woodvine ... Pilot
Larry Taylor ... Mustafa
John Forbes-Robertson ... Claude
John Serret ... Bank Manager (as Jean Serret)
Andre Charisse ... First Gendarme (as Andre Charise)
Ernst Ulman ... Arab Servant
Maurice Good ... Fake Limo Driver (uncredited)
Romo Gorrara ... Thug driving van (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Interlude in Venice

7 October 1966
In Venice the Saint comes to the aid of Cathy Allardyce when she is found next to the dead body of the lustful Prince Ubaldo. Cathy's father was responsible for the death of the brother of the disreputable nightclub owner 'Foots' Fortunati,who is now out for revenge and, his first plan having failed,he abducts Cathy.The Saint sets out to rescue her and is taken at gunpoint to see Fortunati.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Lois Maxwell ... Helen

William Sylvester ... Foots Fortunati
Quinn O'Hara ... Cathy Allardyce
Paul Stassino ... Prince Ubaldo
Joyce Blair ... Goldilocks
Richard Warner ... Don Battista
Robert Ayres ... John Allardyce

Patrick Troughton ... Insp. Gambetti
Derek Sydney ... O'Mallamo
Earl Green ... Carlo
Hal Galili ... Toni
Tita Dane ... The Nun
Pauline Chamberlain ... Onlooker at Gambling Table (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: The Russian Prisoner

14 October 1966
Whilst on holiday in Switzerland the Saint is approached by Irma Jorovitch who says she has come from Sweden, where she was raised by her mother, at the request of her father, a Russian professor who is in Geneva for a conference and anxious to defect to the West. However he is being held prisoner in a lakeside chateau by Soviet officers and she begs the Saint to free him. A plot is hatched but inevitably the Russian prisoner is not what he first appears to be.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Penelope Horner ... Irma Jorovitch
Joseph Fürst ... Karel Jorovitch (as Joseph Furst)
Guy Deghy ... Insp. Oscar Kleinhaus
Yootha Joyce ... Milanov
Godfrey Quigley ... Kirill
Anthony Booth ... Pyotr
Robert Crewdson ... Mikhail Zhukov
Sandor Elès ... Andre (as Sandor Eles)
Raymond Adamson ... Guard at Villa
Alexis Chesnakov ... Aristov
William Buck ... Clerk
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Travel Office (uncredited)
Mike Reid ... Secret police officer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: The Reluctant Revolution

21 October 1966
The Saint is in the banana republic of San Pablo where a girl called Diane tries to shoot Victor Lawrence, principal advisor to President Alvarez. The Saint whisks her away from the police and she tells him that Lawrence is a fraudster, using an assumed name. He stole money from her father's business and her father was charged, dying in prison. The Saint and Diane join forces with the rebel cell trying to overthrow Alvarez, then the Saint goes to see the president and confronts him with Lawrence's real identity and the fact that he is an opportunist with no political loyalties. Alvarez challenges Lawrence and the two men talk, unaware that the Saint has used a hidden tape recorder to broadcast their conversation to the rebels.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Barry Morse ... Victor Lawrence

Jennie Linden ... Diane Holbrook
Martin Benson ... Sanchez
Peter Illing ... President Alvarez
Gerard Heinz ... Hortal
Michael Godfrey ... Delgado
Peter Halliday ... Vargas
John Garrie ... Enrico
Louis Raynor ... Pablo
Maria Roza ... Consuela
Norman Florence ... Morales
Clive Cazes ... Sentry
Walter Randall ... Head Waiter

Season 5, Episode 5: The Helpful Pirate

28 October 1966
On behalf of British Intelligence the Saint journeys to Hamburg to locate Professor Roeding, who disappeared whilst shopping for antiques there and after ringing his daughter to say that he was on the verge of making a fortune. Re-tracing the professor's steps the Saint is approached by Eva, a young lady who takes him for a night on the town and then spots a goblet in the window of a pawn-shop. She claims it is an antique and buys it. Breaking it into pieces she finds a message, allegedly written by a fifteenth century pirate, revealing the location of his treasure. But the Saint is aware that it is quite plainly a scam, and, in all probability, the same one that caused Professor Roeding to fall into the wrong hands.Thanks to this information he is now in a position to rescue the gentleman.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Erika Remberg ... Eva
Paul Maxwell ... Kolben
Vladek Sheybal ... Nikita Roskin

Anneke Wills ... Fran Roeding
Redmond Phillips ... Prof. Roeding
George Pravda ... Uhrmeister

Jack Gwillim ... Major Carter
Michael Wolf ... The Hotel Receptionist
Laurence Herder ... Alexi
Ray Austin ... Erich Brauer
Otto Diamant ... The Pawnbroker (as Otto Diament)
Peter Brace ... Guard (uncredited)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Passer By (uncredited)
Gerard Heinz ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Richard Marner ... Russian Ship Captain (uncredited)
Hana Maria Pravda ... Hotel Maid (uncredited)
George Roubicek ... KGB Agent (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: The Convenient Monster

4 November 1966
A man and a dog are both killed by the shores of Loch Ness by what would appear to have been the monster. Local author Noel Bastion and his wife Eleanor, a former big game hunter, agree to help the Saint keep watch in case the monster appears but the Saint comes upon a castle ruin with a cellar containing gas tanks and a huge club, and then somebody tries to kill him. Has somebody purposely created a false monster? And if so why?

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Suzan Farmer ... Ann Clanraith
Laurence Payne ... Noel Bastion
Caroline Blakiston ... Eleanor Bastion
Moultrie Kelsall ... Fergus Clanraith

Fulton Mackay ... Willie
William Holmes ... Angus McGraw
Anne Blake ... Mrs. Moncrieff
Ewan Roberts ... Inspector Mackenzie
Alastair Hunter ... The Publican (as Alistair Hunter)

Brown Derby ... The Pathologist
Michael Graham ... First Reporter
Harry Littlewood ... Second Reporter
Fred Wood ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Angel's Eye

11 November 1966
Lord Cranmore, an aristocrat on his financial uppers, is anxious to sell a family diamond called the Angel's Eye and the Saint rides shotgun when Cranmore's employee Tom Upwater and his daughter Mabel go to Amsterdam to have the diamond cut. Tom delivers it to a jeweller called Jonkheer whilst the Saint entertains Mabel to the tourist sights. Then disaster strikes. Tom tells the Saint that Jonkheer has stolen the Angel's Eye, whilst the cutter himself denies ever seeing it. Tom prevails upon the Saint to break into Jonkheer's premises to retrieve the rock but the Saint is unsure of his true motive.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Jane Merrow ... Mabel
Liam Redmond ... Tom Upwater
Anthony Nicholls ... Lord Cranmore
Donald Pickering ... Jeremy

T.P. McKenna ... Malone (as T. P. McKenna)
Fredric Abbott ... Corbett (as Frederic Abbott)
Cyril Shaps ... Jonkheer
Terence Rigby ... Zuilen
Martin Wyldeck ... Van Effen
Arthur Gross ... Police Sgt.
Katherine Schofield ... Receptionist
Steven Brook ... Hotel Clerk
Jean Benedetti ... Waiter
Pauline Chamberlain ... Tourist (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: The Man Who Liked Lions

18 November 1966
In Rome the Saint is due to meet Tony, a journalist friend anxious to tell him about a man who 'liked lions' but Tony is found dead, stabbed with a knife carved with a lion's head. Claudia, Tony's girlfriend, tells the Saint that Tony's diary should contain a clue as to the reason for his murder but other addressees in the diary are also dying off. Eventually the Saint meets Tiberio, the self-confessed man who liked lions and clearly the head of an illegal organization. He invites the Saint to a Roman costume party where his aim is, literally, to feed the Saint to the lions.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Peter Wyngarde ... Tiberio Magadino
Suzanne Lloyd ... Claudia Molinelli
Michael Wynne ... Franco de Cesarie
Jeremy Young ... Inspector Galba
Michael Forrest ... Det. Vittorio Leale

Ed Bishop ... Tony Allard (as Edward Bishop)
Peter Elliott ... Rudolfo Berreeni
Nike Arrighi ... Serafino Zambini
Robert Russell ... Guido
Steven Scott ... Frascatto
Phyllis Montefiore ... Princess Alexandra
Pauline Chamberlain ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: The Better Mousetrap

25 November 1966
The Saint is in the South of France and is the chief suspect following a spate of jewel robberies from the rooms of hotel guests. The actual thieves hope to incriminate the Saint by planting some of the loot in his room but one of them falls from the balcony to his death. Not convinced of the Saint's innocence the local police chief has the Saint tailed by the inept Alphonse, whom he enjoys eluding. Natalie, whose employer was one of the robbery victims, teams up with the Saint to discover that the master-mind behind the thefts is not at all whom they expected.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Alexandra Stewart ... Natalie Sheridan
Madge Ryan ... Bertha Noversham

Ronnie Barker ... Alphonse
Arnold Diamond ... Colonel Latignant
Lisa Daniely ... Milo Gambodi
Patrick Whyte ... Bernie Kovar
Eddie Byrne ... Tench
Michael Coles ... Hugo
Aimée Delamain ... Lady Haverstock (as Aimee Delamain)
Marika Rivera ... Concierge

Pauline Collins ... Marie-Therese
Alan Downer ... Gendarme
Robert Bridges ... Fat Man
Tom Macaulay ... Banker
Vicky Hughes ... Mirelle

Season 5, Episode 10: Little Girl Lost

2 December 1966
In Ireland the Saint rescues a girl called Mildred from thugs. She tells him that she is Hitler's daughter and she is being used in a plot to revive Naziism. Sceptical of this yarn the Saint discovers that she is the daughter of the wealthy Eugene Drew and she is running away to elope with a young man of whom her father disapproves. The two thugs are, in fact, private detectives employed by Drew, but then they take Mildred hostage and demand a ransom from him. The Saint goes to meet them with the ransom money but is still uncertain as to who is telling the truth. He will soon find out.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
June Ritchie ... Mildred
Noel Purcell ... Brendan Cullin
Shay Gorman ... Mullins
Maurice Good ... Brine
Edward Burnham ... Eugene Drew
Colette Dunne ... Receptionist (as Colette Dunn)
Leo Leyden ... Blaney
Gerry Duggan ... Mulloon
Betty Cardno ... Mrs. Mulloon
Peter Ellis ... Patrick
Eve Belton ... Tessa
Kevin Flood ... Sergeant Finnegan

Season 5, Episode 11: Paper Chase

9 December 1966
The Saint goes to East Germany to bring back defector Eric Redman, who is planning to trade a list of secret agents in return for the life of his father. However, on arrival, Eric finds that his father is already dead. Hanya, his father's assistant, Eric and the Saint must now make it back to the West with the list, pursued by the East German secret police force.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ronald Hines ... Redman
Niall MacGinnis ... Colonel Probst (as Niall McGinnis)
Penelope Horner ... Hanya
Gordon Gostelow ... Metz

Jack Gwillim ... Major Carter
Carl Duering ... Kruger
Michael Beint ... Dieter
Steve Plytas ... Ernst Schwerin
Tony Wager ... The Lieutenant (as Anthony Wager)
Norma West ... Receptionist
John G. Heller ... Major
Hans De Vries ... Sergeant
Paul Williamson ... London Policeman
Gordon Sterne ... Vopos
Frank Maher ... Kraft
John Herrington ... Porter
Carl Conway ... Steward

Season 5, Episode 12: Locate and Destroy

16 December 1966
Simon Templar visits Lima, Peru and is soon involved with a local art collector whose background is suspect. Israeli operatives arrive, and Templar decides to aid them in the capture of an escaped Nazi war criminal.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
John Barrie ... Coleman

Francesca Annis ... Maria
Julia Arnall ... Ingrid
Victor Beaumont ... Karsh
Maurice Kaufmann ... Nathan
Alan Lake ... Jacob
Harry Landis ... Bloom
Simon Lack ... Salter
Roger Delgado ... Captain Rodriguez
Wolfe Morris ... Dr. Lopez
Andreas Malandrinos ... Gonzales
Harvey Hall ... Merkin
Gordon Whiting ... Dr. Pineda
Katherina Holden ... Nurse (as Katerina Holden)
Ricardo Montez ... Peon (as Richard Montez)

Season 5, Episode 13: Flight Plan

23 December 1966
The Osprey is a new experimental plane and was being test-flown by Flight Lieutenant Mike Gregory until his recent court-martial. Now Middle Eastern agents are using Mike to steal the plane, kidnapping his sister Diane. Having rescued Diane, the Saint goes after Mike, getting himself parachuted into unknown territory to fly the Osprey home.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
William Gaunt ... Flight Lieutenant Mike Gregory
Fiona Lewis ... Diana Gregory
Imogen Hassall ... Nadya (as Imogen Hassell)
Ferdy Mayne ... Landek
Jeremy Burnham ... Flight Lieutenant Wills
Tommy Duggan ... Kovicek
Robert Crewdson ... Colonel Zaglia
Marne Maitland ... Hassan
Salmaan Peerzada ... Ahmed (as Salmaan Peer)
Mary Jones ... Nursing Sister
Donald Oliver ... Policeman
Ray Lonnen ... Corporal Buller
David Spenser ... Atar
Henry McGee ... Reeves
John Cazabon ... Dragisha

Season 5, Episode 14: Escape Route

30 December 1966
The Saint is caught burgling a house and sentenced to ten years in Princetown Prison - where he is visited by Inspector Teal. However the two men are working together and the Saint is acting as an undercover agent to investigate a spate of recent escapes from the jail. He is approached by an inmate who claims that for £50,000 he can be sprung. Sure enough a helicopter arrives to get him out. Now the Saint must find out who is master-minding the escapes.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
John Gregson ... Colonel Roberts

Wanda Ventham ... Penny
Ivor Dean ... Insp. Teal

Donald Sutherland ... John Wood

Jean Marsh ... Ann
Jeremy Burnham ... Harry
Terry Yorke ... Jim
Romo Gorrara ... Dave
Vicki Woolf ... Maggie (as Vicki Wolf)
Tony Doonan ... Snooper
Eric Mason ... Hal
Edwin Brown ... Wilson
Walter Horsbrugh ... The Judge
George Zenios ... Nicky

Season 5, Episode 15: The Persistent Patriots

6 January 1967
Having saved the life of married politician Jack Liskard, the Saint is called upon again to help Liskard when the man is the victim of blackmail, over some letters he once wrote to a girl called Mary. Whilst Mary is happy to return the letters when approached by the Saint, it seems that they have gone missing and the Saint receives a phone call telling him that if he wants them he must rendezvous at an old church. it is a trap, from which the Saint escapes but when he goes back to Liskard's house his client has shot himself, leaving a suicide note. The Saint, however, believes he has been murdered and sets out to trap the killer.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Edward Woodward ... Jack Liskard
Jan Waters ... Mary

Judy Parfitt ... Anne Liskard
Richard Leech ... Stewart
Ivor Dean ... Inspector Teal
Tenniel Evans ... Brand
Mike Pratt ... Jeff Peterson
Patrick O'Connell ... Rogers
Nosher Powell ... Benson
Michael Graham ... Lockhart
Hugh Morton ... The Manservant
Joseph Greig ... The Old Boatman
Gil Sutherland ... The Young Boatman
Eric Longworth ... Dr. Butcher
John Bawden ... George Ranson (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: The Fast Women

13 January 1967
At Brands Hatch motor racing circuit the Saint meets Cynthia Quillen and Teresa Montesino, two racing drivers who are deadly rivals. Whilst the Saint is testing Cynthia's car he discovers that it has been sabotaged. He also intercepts an assassin out to murder Cynthia with a high-powered rifle but the killer is himself shot before he can tell the Saint who wants Cynthia out of the way. Teresa denies any involvement with either incident and the next day the two fast women prepare for the big race. The Saint is on his guard, aware that somebody is still out to murder Cynthia.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Jan Holden ... Cynthia Quillin
John Carson ... Godfrey Quillin
Victor Maddern ... Enrico Montesino

Kate O'Mara ... Teresa Montesino
John Hollis ... Maximillian Tordoff
P.G. Stephens ... Paddy
Valerie Bell ... Thelma
Donald Morley ... Inspector Daws
Patrick Durkin ... Porter
Vilma Ann Leslie ... Barmaid
Stan Jay ... The Night Watchman
Harry Brunning ... The Stage Door-keeper
Mandy Mayer ... Glenda
John Bawden ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: The Death Game

20 January 1967
One night the Saint gets himself involved with 'the Death Game'. It is a cult which has sprung up amongst students from different colleges who compete in war games with each other. However, the tutor of one group of students tells the Saint he thinks there is a far more sinister purpose to the game and then he is killed in an explosion. The Saint takes his place on a trip to Switzerland to play the game with his two students against opposing teams. Here he meets the inventor of the game who invites him to play it for real and gives him two minutes start on his deadly pursuers.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Angela Douglas ... Jenny Turner
Alan MacNaughton ... Dr. Manders (as Alan McNaughtan)
George Murcell ... Vogler
John Steiner ... Grey Wyler
Bernard Horsfall ... Bill Bast
Ivor Dean ... Chief Inspector Teal
Katherine Schofield ... Gretl (as Katharine Schofield)

Stuart Cooper ... Joe Halston
Rick Jones ... John Garton
Michael Anthony ... Duval
Karen Ford ... The French Girl
Terence Mountain ... Volgers guard (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: The Art Collectors

27 January 1967
In Paris the Saint meets Natasha, who tells him she wishes to sell some priceless paintings. They contact an art dealer but he is intercepted by phony policemen who tell Natasha that the Saint has killed the dealer and then removed the paintings from her. The Saint convinces Natasha of his innocence when he retrieves the pictures but has to work hard to hold on to them and bring the real killers to justice.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ann Bell ... Natasha Ivanova

Peter Bowles ... Serge
Nadja Regin ... Lucille Legrand
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Marcel Legrand
James Maxwell ... Joseph
Philo Hauser ... Hans
Richard Shaw ... Gunter
Garfield Morgan ... Mundt
Bryan Kendrick ... Bernard

Season 5, Episode 19: To Kill a Saint

24 February 1967
In Paris somebody tricks shady night-club owner Paul Verrier into believing that the Saint is trying to kill him so he hires people to rub out the Saint. One of these is a young girl who fires blanks at the Saint, telling him that she wants to get close to Verrier as she believes he killed her father. Another is an Englishman whom Verrier telephones but when the Saint goes to see Verrier to sort things out the club owner assumes he is the murderer and unknowingly hires him to kill himself

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Peter Dyneley ... Paul Verrier

Annette Andre ... Annette
Derek Bond ... Fellows
Francis Matthews ... Andre
Robert Cawdron ... Le Duc
John Serret ... Quercy
Pamela Ann Davy ... Justine
Michael Bilton ... Bolande
Robert Gillespie ... Pierre
Victor Winding ... Braddock
Lawrence Davidson ... Maitre D'
Maggie Wright ... Jacqueline
Valerie Leon ... Therese
Nita Lorraine ... Celeste
Peter Brace ... Second Man in steam room (uncredited)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Nightclub (uncredited)
Leslie Crawford ... Man in steam room (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: The Counterfeit Countess

3 March 1967
The Saint goes to investigate a plane crash in an English field. The pilot has disappeared, leaving large amounts of forged bank notes. The Saint tracks down the pilot's home , only to find that the man has been killed but he locates the dead man's fiancee in Paris. Various other clues lead the Saint to the villa of a countess who is not only a counterfeiter but something of a counterfeit herself.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Kate O'Mara ... Nadine / Yvette
Alexandra Bastedo ... Mireille
Philip Madoc ... Alzon
Derek Newark ... Carl
Ivor Dean ... Chief Inspector Teal
Henry Lincoln ... Warburg (as Henry Soskin)
David Kelsey ... Miles
Ray Brown ... Larry
Gertan Klauber ... The Barman
Cliff Diggins ... Maurice (as Cliff Dickens)
Terence Mountain ... The Gendarme (as Terry Mountain)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Woman Seated in Restaurant (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: Simon and Delilah

24 March 1967
Temperamental film star Serena Harris is kidnapped at gunpoint from the set of a Biblical epic in which she is starring as Delilah in Rome. The Saint manages to locate where she is being held but, given her unpopularity, he has a wide number of suspects to choose from as the instigator of her abduction.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ronald Radd ... Roberto Vittorini

Lois Maxwell ... Beth Parish
Suzanne Lloyd ... Serena Harris

Guy Rolfe ... David Bradley
Leon Greene ... Tig Jordan
David Healy ... Hal Ward
Patrick Holt ... Herbert Wheeler
John Collin ... Sergio
Ray Chiarella ... Renzo
Peter Birrel ... Toni Amato
David Nettheim ... Inspector Umberto Crepi
Gino Melvazzi ... Electrician
Vicky Hughes ... Maria
Ricardo Montez ... Guieseppe (as Richard Montez)

Season 5, Episode 22: Island of Chance

7 April 1967
The Saint is in the Caribbean, at the request of a friend who is killed before he can explain why he needs to see him. The man worked for a Dr. Krayford, a research scientist looking for a cure for illnesses, and the Saint, along with journalist Marla, goes to the island home of Krayford, who denies involvement in the murder but offers to put the couple up for a few days. The Saint finds photos taken by the dead man which leads him and Marla to some ruins, where there are chests full of gold bullion, salvaged from a plane crash some years earlier. It is obvious the the doctor is using the gold to finance his research. The Saint needs to find out more before he can leave the island.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sue Lloyd ... Marla Clayton
David Bauer ... Dr. Charles Krayford

Patricia Donahue ... Arlene Bland
Alex Scott ... Jan Vanderfelt
Milton Johns ... Vargas
Thomas Baptiste ... Grant
Christopher Carlos ... Inspector
Norman Jones ... Pete
Richard Owens ... Cody
Kenneth Gardnier ... Rig
Danny Daniels ... Barman (as Danny Daniells)
Tommy Eytle ... Calypso Singer
Charles Hyatt ... Maitre D'Hotel

Season 5, Episode 23: The Gadget Lovers

21 April 1967
Following the deaths of several Soviet agents the Saint is assigned to protect Russian colonel Smolenko, who is traveling by train from Berlin to Paris, and is surprised to find that the colonel is female. He saves her life in an assassination attempt on the train and they again cheat death when they arrive in Paris. A letter bomb to the Colonel has been posted in Switzerland, so the Saint and the colonel fly there to locate the bomb factory and find out who is behind the murders.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Mary Peach ... Smolenko
Campbell Singer ... Fenton
Glynn Edwards ... Igor
Nicholas Donnelly ... Ivan
John Bennett ... Muller

Burt Kwouk ... Col. Wing

Vernon Dobtcheff ... Vogel
Wolf Frees ... Anton
Maurice Browning ... Blagot
Stephen Hubay ... Klaus

Peter Burton ... Molliere
Stefan Gryff ... The Waiter
Trudi Nielson ... Gretchen (as Trudi Neilsen)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Nightclub (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: A Double in Diamonds

5 May 1967
A highly valuable necklace is stolen from Lord Gillingham by his secretary Kate, who kills the jeweller in the process. The necklace is discovered at a fashion parade... or is it? The model sporting it is actually a twin and it would seem that her sister has decamped to Paris to sell the real thing to a wealthy dealer. Or has she? A double switch seems to be on the cards when his Lordship gets a telephone call saying that he can have the necklace back if he pays ten thousand pounds. What would anybody do in such a predicament but call for the Saint?

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Cecil Parker ... Lord Gillingham
Anton Rodgers ... Pierre
Yolande Turner ... Kate
Ivor Dean ... C. Insp. Teal
Ilona Rodgers ... Mary
Ferdy Mayne ... Nicholas
Howard Goorney ... Mercier
Jack Woolgar ... Charlie Hallowes
Dora Graham ... Valerie and Veronica (as The Graham Twins)
Doris Graham ... Valerie and Veronica (as The Graham Twins)
John Clive ... Garton
Yvette Herries ... Michelle
Tim Barrett ... The Steward
Alan Haywood ... Sgt. Knox
Pauline Clifford ... The Commentator
Brian Harrison ... The Pilot
Ray Austin ... Man in Restaurant (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: The Power Artists

19 May 1967
The Saint is framed for the murder of a young sculptor named Loudon by Vogler, the villain who had previously attempted to kill the Saint in the Death Game. However, with assistance from the deceased's girl-friend, a bunch of hippies and Chief Inspector Teal, working with him in an unusual alliance, the Saint once more defeats Vogler.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Pauline Munro ... Cassie
George Murcell ... Vogler
Ivor Dean ... Chief Inspector Teal
Tristram Jellinek ... Finlay Thorp-Jones
Bette Bourne ... Perry (as Peter Bourne)
John Bown ... Shard
John J. Carney ... Clay
George Roubicek ... Carter
Alan Haywood ... Sergeant Knox
Anthony Dawes ... The Clerk
Charles Rea ... Jack
Tommy Godfrey ... TheTaxi Driver
Michael Pemberton ... The Policeman
Caron Gardner ... Dolly Girl
Charlotte Selwyn ... Dolly Girl
John Bull ... Boy with Banjo
Edward Higgins ... Doorman
Leslie Crawford ... One of Vogler's Men (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: When Spring Is Sprung

2 June 1967
The Saint is approached by British intelligence, learning that the Russians are planning to free their spy John Spring when he appears at court. Spring is really a double agent and the Saint is asked to ensure that he eludes the Russians. At the same time Spring's wife comes to see the Saint, offering money to help her husband escape. The plan goes ahead and the Saint and Joanne get Spring away to safety. However the Saint is not convinced that all parties are telling the truth and carries on with his own investigation.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Toby Robins ... Joanne Dell
Ann Lynn ... Marie Spring
Allan Cuthbertson ... Col. Hannerly
Ivor Dean ... C. I. Teal
George Pastell ... Vulanin
Gary Watson ... John Spring
Harvey Ashby ... Peter Quentin
Douglas Livingstone ... Watters
Bryan Mosley ... First Sleuth
Eric Dodson ... Prosecuting Counsel
Leslie Crawford ... First Russian Guard (as Les Crawford)
Peter Brace ... Second Russian Guard
Doel Luscombe ... Police Officer Witness
Kenneth Edwards ... The Judge
Colin Rix ... The Radio Expert
Leslie Anderson ... The Cleaner
John Frawley ... The Doctor

Season 5, Episode 27: The Gadic Collection

22 June 1967
The Gadic collection forms the priceless centre-piece of an art exhibition at the Silbakin Museum in Turkey and several groups of people are out to steal it, most notably the wealthy local art collector Turin. Turin is sure that the Saint has taken the collection and, in an effort to obtain it for himself and discover its whereabouts,he imprisons the Saint in a dungeon with spikes on walls which begin to close in on him. Once more the Saint must extricate himself from a near-death situation to discover who stole the Gadic collection.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Peter Wyngarde ... Turen
Georgia Brown ... Diya
Michael Ripper ... Sukan
Martin Benson ... Inspector Yolu
Andre Van Gyseghem ... Ahmed Bayer
Nicole Shelby ... Ayesha
Hedger Wallace ... Geoffrey Bane
Henry Lincoln ... Kemal (as Henry Soskin)
Paul Darrow ... Omar
Geoffrey Cheshire ... Zoltan (as Geoff Cheshire)
Anne Tirard ... The Old Woman (as Ann Tirard)
Andreas Malandrinos ... The Old Man
Bakshi Prem ... The Waiter

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 1: The Best Laid Schemes

2 March 1968
For several weeks after the body of her husband has been pulled from the sea, Arlene Fleming receives calls from the allegedly dead spouse and finds evidence to suggest that he is still alive. The doctor advises admittance to a sanatorium to prevent a nervous breakdown. The Saint discovers that the main beneficiary to Fleming's will is his nephew, Andrew, who seems to be very closely involved with his uncle's main business rival. The Saint tries to talk to the locals to find out how Fleming died but is greeted by general hostility until one of them tells the Saint she is convinced that Fleming was murdered.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sylvia Syms ... Arlene
Paul Daneman ... Dr. Ormsby

Gabrielle Drake ... Diana
Norman Bird ... Insp. Mitchell

Fulton Mackay ... John Everett
John Tate ... Skinner
Godfrey Quigley ... Ballard
Francis De Wolff ... Capt. Flemming
Olive Milbourn ... Mrs. Haggerty (as Olive Milbourne)
Jonathan Elsom ... Andrew
Fredric Abbott ... Joe Carney
Geoffrey Lumsden ... Coroner
John Ringham ... Dr. Russell
Joanne Dainton ... Nurse
Eric Mason ... Sailor (as Erik Mason)

Season 6, Episode 2: Invitation to Danger

17 February 1968
Having gone to the aid of mystery blonde Reb Denning the Saint finds a dying man who tells him, "stop them...Friday night." He is next captured by crooked casino owner Brett Sunley who claims that he has stolen £100,000 from the casino. The Saint manages to escape and tracks down Reb Denning, who tells him that she is a secret agent and that Sunley's casino is a front and that he is a banker for international spies. She gives the Saint an invitation to danger to bring down Sunley and his associates, which, of course, the Saint does not refuse.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Shirley Eaton ... Reb Denning
Robert Hutton ... Brett Sunley

Julian Glover ... Ramon Falconi
Bryan Marshall ... Moreno
Charles Houston ... Al Vitale
Warren Stanhope ... Marty Bresset
Leslie Crawford ... Peter Rendo (as Les Crawford)
Ros Drinkwater ... Inez
Dennis Chinnery ... Carson
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Casino (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Legacy for the Saint

13 October 1968
Having met his maker in an explosion in his car, retired villain Ed Brown shows a posthumous film to several rival gangsters which is also viewed by Brown's daughter Penny, previously innocent of her father's criminality, and the inevitable Saint. The film claims that Ed has deposited a million pounds in a Swiss bank and that whoever can match it can claim the money. A security van is to travel from the coast to London with a million pounds worth of gold bullion on board, making it the ideal target for the 'prize'. The Saint picks up the gauntlet but some of the other villains take Penny hostage and before long the thieves do indeed fall out with one of the gangsters being erased but another seemingly claiming the victory. Both Penny and the loot need the Saint to come to their rescue.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ivor Dean ... Chief Insp. Teal
Alan MacNaughton ... Charlie Lewis (as Alan McNaughtan)

T.P. McKenna ... Tony
Reginald Marsh ... Ed Brown

Stephanie Beacham ... Penny
Kenneth Farrington ... Ashford
Edward Brayshaw ... Pietro
Bruce Boa ... Mark
Brian Coburn ... Dickie
Sheila Keith ... Cynthia Ffouldes
Edward Kelsey ... Williams
Harry Fielder ... Kidnapped Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: The Desperate Diplomat

20 October 1968
Diplomat Jason Douglas has disappeared, along with a large sum of money, and sinister mystery man Walter Faber holds Sara, Douglas's daughter, hostage in exchange for news of the man's whereabouts. The Saint frees her and they track down her father, who tells them that the money is to be given to help a developing African country. Faber and his heavies catch up with them, threatening dire consequences if he does not get the money. However, the hunter becomes the pursued as the Saint gains the upper hand.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Ivor Dean ... Chief Insp. Teal

Robert Hardy ... Walter Faber
Suzan Farmer ... Sara Douglas
John Robinson ... Jason Douglas
David Cargill ... Eddie Margoles
Kenneth Gardnier ... John Chatto
Lorna Wilde ... Carla Lawrence
Leslie Crawford ... Dunn
Terence Plummer ... Healey (as Terry Plummer)
Maggie London ... Julie
Charlotte Selwyn ... Shop Assistant
Yutte Stensgaard ... Telephone Operator
Brian Harrison ... Police Doctor

Season 6, Episode 5: The Organisation Man

27 October 1968
The Saint is contacted by Jonathan Roper, who is training a small international army, which he invites the Saint to join. In fact the Saint is working undercover for British military intelligence who are curious as to what Roper's plans are. Roper informs the Saint that he wants him to lead an assault on an army vehicle, stealing uniforms. It becomes apparent that Roper intends to disguise his men as British soldiers for criminal purposes. The Saint sets out to stop him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Tony Britton ... Jonathan Roper
Caroline Mortimer ... Kate Barnaby
Glynn Edwards ... Leander
Norman Bird ... Mr. Spode
John Collin ... Cable
Simon Lack ... Craddock
Mark Dignam ... Major Carter
Terence Edmond ... Captain Yates
Tony Caunter ... Mason
Douglas Ditta ... Highland Driver

Season 6, Episode 6: The Double Take

3 November 1968
The Saint is hired by Greek millionaire Eugene Patroclos to locate the man who is impersonating him. However, when the Saint catches up with the impostor he is told that he is the real Patroclos and the man who originally hired the Saint is the fraud. Both men have secretaries called Annabel and the Saint must work out which of the two Annabels he trusts, to help him unravel the mystery.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Grégoire Aslan ... Eugene Patroclos (as Gregoire Aslan)

Kate O'Mara ... Annabel II
Denise Buckley ... Annabel I
Blake Butler ... Bainter
Michael Robbins ... Pat Hurst
June Abbott ... Girl in London Airport
Michael Mellinger ... Hotel Clerk
Martin Wyldeck ... First Man at Party
Geoffrey Morris ... Second Man at Party
Rose Alba ... First Woman at Party
Anne Godfrey ... Second Woman at Party
Michael Pemberton ... Egan (Footman)
Iain Blair ... Chuck Spendleton
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady at Airport (uncredited)
Larry Taylor ... Man at Airport (uncredited)
Terry Walsh ... Sailor (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: The Time to Die

10 November 1968
Whilst in the company of his journalist friend Mary Ellen, the Saint receives a number of death threats, most starkly a wreath which informs him that he will be killed in two days' time. A couple of small-time crooks seem to be implicated in carrying messages for the would-be killer but both are bumped off before they can be of help to the Saint. With a hearse parked outside his door and Mary Ellen in the clutches of the murderer, time is running out for the Saint.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Suzanne Lloyd ... Mary Ellen Brent
Maurice Good ... Steven Lyall
John Barcroft ... Dinny Haigh
Terence Rigby ... Charlie Mason

Freddie Jones ... Martin Graves
Monica Grey ... Donna Sumrie
Linda Marlowe ... Laura Carlton

Season 6, Episode 8: The Master Plan

17 November 1968
The Saint answers a cry for help from Jean Lane, whose brother Tony has got himself into hot water after being black-mailed into working for night-club owner Cord Thrandel, who is an all-round criminal. Having rescued Tony from Thrandel's clutches he investigates a warehouse in which he finds cases of plaster statues which contain heroin. He switches labels on the cases so that Thrandel loses his shipment. Thrandel is not happy and threatens to kill Jean unless the Saint returns his illicit property. Needless to say the Saint is eager to thwart the master plan.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
John Turner ... Cord Thrandel
Lyn Ashley ... Jean Lane

Burt Kwouk ... Mr. Ching
Christopher Benjamin ... Fish
Robert Morris ... Max
Paul Greenhalgh ... Tony Lanes
James Locker ... Dr. King
Brenda Kempner ... Nurse
Leslie Anderson ... Porter
Edwin Brown ... Van Driver
Prudence Drage ... Girl Customer

Season 6, Episode 9: The House on Dragon's Rock

13 April 1968
The Saint has been summonsed by the local doctor to a Welsh village where residents have been attacked by strange, monstrous creatures. The link would seem to be with a research laboratory at nearby Dragon's Rock, run by the secretive Dr. Sardon. Sardon's niece Carmen is herself very worried and the Saint joins her to investigate. Carmen is attacked by a large creature whose tracks lead to Sardon's laboratory. He is breeding giant insects one of whose eggs are ready to hatch. The Saint must destroy it before it destroys him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Anthony Bate ... Dr. Sardon

Annette Andre ... Carmen
Mervyn Johns ... Dr. Davis
Alex Scott ... Armstrong
Glyn Houston ... Dylan Williams
Richard Owens ... Shoni Morgan
Talfryn Thomas ... Owen Thomas (as Talfyn Thomas)
Heather Seymour ... Mary
Anthony Blackshaw ... The Guard
David Garfield ... First Local
Dafydd Havard ... Second Local
Peter Lawrence ... Third Local
Reg Pritchard ... Fourth Local

Season 6, Episode 10: The Scales of Justice

1 December 1968
Five members of the board of a company called Combined Holdings have all been recently murdered. It would appear that each one received a card with the words 'The Scales of Justice' printed on it before their deaths and the assassin would seem to a man posing as blind with a blowpipe concealed in his white stick. Gilbert Kirby, a friend of the Saint, is the latest board member to be threatened. He is due to be made Lord Mayor of London and escapes an assassination attempt whilst in the mayoral procession. The Saint examines photos of the pageant and realizes that the would-be killer was on the float submitted by Combined Holdings and has to be a member of the firm. He sets out to unmask him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Andrew Keir ... Gilbert Kirby

Jean Marsh ... Anne Kirby
Mark Burns ... Elliott Stratton
Gillian Lind ... Mrs. Stratton
John Barron ... Neal Lammerton
Geoffrey Chater ... Carl Howard
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ... John Ramsey
Victor Maddern ... Jim Cowdry
John Boxer ... Sir John Mulliner
Brian Badcoe ... Dr. Downray
Leon Cortez ... Mac
John Crocker ... The Blind Man
Edward Harvey ... The Sheriff
Clifford Parrish ... Mr. Roach
Dorothea Phillips ... Mrs. Barnes
Fred Wood ... Man Watching Parade (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 11: The Fiction Makers: Part 1

8 December 1968
The Saint is asked to act as a bodyguard to the best-selling adventure author Amos Klein and, to his surprise, discovers that Amos is a young woman who uses a male pen-name. They are both captured by a man called Warlock, who has a moll called Galaxy Rose - both names of characters in Klein's books - but they too expect Amos Klein to be a man and are easily fooled when the Saint tells them that he is Amos and the young lady is his secretary. Warlock wants 'Amos' to use 'his' novelist's imagination to break in to Hermetico, a former mine that has been converted into a stronghold for gold and other valuable materials. The Saint plays along but makes a break for it with the authoress. However, despite escaping from the grounds of their prison they are recaptured and told they will be killed unless they cooperate in the break-in.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sylvia Syms ... Amos Klein
Justine Lord ... Galaxy Rose
Kenneth J. Warren ... Warlock
Philip Locke ... Frug
Tom Clegg ... Monk
Nicholas Smith ... Bishop
Roy Hanlon ... Nero Jones
Caron Gardner ... Carol Henley
Peter Ashmore ... Finlay-Hugoson
Frank Maher ... Rip Savage
Graham Armitage ... Carson
Richard Franklin ... Photographer
Oswald Laurence ... Reporter
David Randall ... Reporter (as David Rendall)
Richard Davies ... Reporter
Ian Kingly ... Reporter
Ralph Ball ... Photographer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: The Fiction Makers: Part 2

15 December 1968
Having been re-captured by Warlock and his gang, the Saint, still posing as 'Amos Klein', accompanies Warlock to Hermetico, the underground building Warlock wants to rob, posing as prospective clients, and making a note of the lay-out. The Saint devises a plan to breach its security and begins to train Warlock's men to raid the stronghold. However disaster strikes when one of the gang recognizes the Saint and his cover is blown. The real Amos is taken hostage on pain of death if the Saint does not carry out the robbery as planned.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Sylvia Syms ... Amos Klein
Justine Lord ... Galaxy Rose
Kenneth J. Warren ... Warlock
Philip Locke ... Frug
Tom Clegg ... Monk
Nicholas Smith ... Bishop
Roy Hanlon ... Nero Jones
Graham Armitage ... Carson
Lila Kaye ... Ma
Joe Gibbons ... Pa
Anthony Blackshaw ... Morgan
Roy Boyd ... McCord
Shaun Curry ... Guard
Richard Franklin ... 2nd Guard
Vincent Harding ... First Guard (uncredited)
Mike Reid ... Captive guard (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: The People Importers

22 December 1968
Whilst fishing off the South coast of England the Saint comes across an unsuccessful boat-builder who is nonetheless in the money because he is in the business of smuggling illegal immigrants into the country. Additionally it is revealed that one of the immigrants who has gone on the run was suffering from small-pox and the Saint must locate him before he can spread the disease.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Neil Hallett ... Bonner
Susan Travers ... Laura
Gary Miller ... Slater
Ray Lonnen ... Jackson
Salmaan Peerzada ... Suresh (as Salmaan Peer)
Imogen Hassall ... Malia
Nick Zaran ... Chaudri (as Nik Zaran)
Joan Newell ... Mrs. Reynolds
Michael Robbins ... Harry
Ron Pember ... Sam
Julian Sherrier ... Mr. Sen
Jeremy Anthony ... 1st Pakistani
Michael Da Costa ... Doctor (uncredited)
John Downing ... Roberts (uncredited)
John Garvin ... Ministery Man (uncredited)

Kevork Malikyan ... Hima Dri (uncredited)
Christopher Sandford ... Photographer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 14: Where the Money Is

29 December 1968
The Saint agrees to act as go-between, taking ransom money to the kidnappers of Jenny, wayward daughter of film producer Ben Kersh. The kidnappers blindfold him but he has a camera disguised as a wrist-watch, which enables him to re-trace his journey to the hide-out in order to free Jenny. However, the victim seems less willing to be rescued than one might have expected.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Kenneth J. Warren ... Ben Kersh
Judee Morton ... Jenny Kersh (as Judee Morten)
Sandor Elès ... Jean Latour (as Sandor Elés)
Derek Newark ... German
Warren Stanhope ... Arnie Garnett
John Savident ... Frank Lomax
Tony Wright ... Largo
Jane Bates ... Lila Prentice

Season 6, Episode 15: Vendetta for the Saint: Part 1

5 January 1969
Templar is having a drink at a bar in Naples when he witnesses a mêlée between two of the customers. It appears that one of them has mistaken the other for an old colleague. Templar's suspicions are raised the next morning when he reads in the newspapers that one of the men has been murdered. He begins to investigate only to find himself thrown into the world of the Sicilian Mafia, and that few people are willing to help him.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Ian Hendry ... Alessandro Destamio
Rosemary Dexter ... Gina Destamio
Aimi MacDonald ... Lily
George Pastell ... Marco Ponti
Marie Burke ... Donna Maria

Fulton Mackay ... James Euston
Peter Kristof ... Giorgio
Peter Madden ... Lo Zio
Guy Deghy ... Maresciallo
Eileen Way ... The Maid
Edward Evans ... The Bank Manager
Malya Nappi ... The Bank Clerk
Charles Houston ... Hotel Reception Clerk
Salmaan Peerzada ... Airline Clerk (as Salmaan Peer)
Derek Sydney ... Maitre'D'
Gábor Baraker ... Barman (as Gabor Baraker)
Agath Angelos ... Doorman
Pauline Chamberlain ... Lady in Club (uncredited)
Maxwell Craig ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Leslie Crawford ... Chauffeur (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: Vendetta for the Saint: Part 2

12 January 1969
Having survived a bomb attempt on his life the Saint tells Gina that her uncle is a high-ranking Mafia member. He is, in fact, being chosen as a replacement for the dying Don Pasquali, the current Mafia head. Gina eventually believes him. The Saint goes to the family vault to find out what happened to the real Allessandro, but he is captured by the Mafia gang and taken to see Don Pasquali and his replacement. He has to think very fast to sow the seeds of discord into the minds of those present and bring the vendetta to an end.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar

Ian Hendry ... Alessandro Destamio
Rosemary Dexter ... Gina Destamio
Aimi MacDonald ... Lily

Finlay Currie ... Don Pasquale
George Pastell ... Marco Ponti
Marie Burke ... Donna Maria
Peter Madden ... Lo Zio
Alex Scott ... The Major
Anthony Newlands ... The Doctor
Eileen Way ... The Maid
Peter Kristof ... Giorgio
Steve Plytas ... Cirano
Gertan Klauber ... Renato
Ricardo Montez ... Nino (as Richard Montez)
Hal Galili ... The Bus Driver

Steven Berkoff ... Bertoli (uncredited)
Maxwell Craig ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Leslie Crawford ... Chauffer (uncredited)
Terence Plummer ... Gino Marriotti (uncredited)
Ernst Walder ... First Policeman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: The Ex-King of Diamonds

19 January 1969
In the South of France the Saint becomes friends with Texan adventurer Rod Huston and the famous mathematician Henri Flambeau and his daughter Janine. They are all amazed at the luck that seems to follow Boris, the ex-king of Slavonia, at the card tables and Henri is convinced that such a run of wins can only mean one thing - the ex-king is a cheat. It soon becomes clear that he is trying to amass enough money to try and regain his throne. The Saint and Rod discover the factory where the king's specially marked cards are made and destroy them, whilst Henri takes the king, now forced to use ordinary cards, on at the baccarat table.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Stuart Damon ... Rod Huston
Ronald Radd ... Henri Flambeau

Isla Blair ... Janine Flambeau
Willoughby Goddard ... Boris
Paul Stassino ... Col. Rakosi
Jeremy Young ... Gregorio
Anthony Stamboulieh ... Franco (as Antony Stamboulieh)
Alan Rowe ... Lafitre
Jacky Allouis ... Henriette
Carol Friday ... Josette
Derek Smee ... Young Man
Araby Lockhart ... American Lady
Hugh Morton ... Attendant
Les White ... Frogman
Peter Brace ... One of Boris Thugs (uncredited)
Pauline Chamberlain ... Guest in Cat Woman Mask (uncredited)
Darryl Read ... French Student (uncredited)
Mike Reid ... Lafitre's Thug (uncredited)
Robert Rietty ... Lafitre (voice) (uncredited)
Karen Young ... Alba (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 18: The Man Who Gambled with Life

26 January 1969
The Saint is lured to a house in Cornwall by two attractive young sisters in which he meets their father, Keith Longman, an eccentric millionaire. He tells the Saint that he is dying and that he plans to have himself frozen in suspended animation until such time that a cure can be found for his illness. He also plans to use the Saint as a guinea pig in testing out the process. The Saint is not a willing victim and must work out how to escape.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Clifford Evans ... Keith Longman
Jayne Sofiano ... Stella Longman
Veronica Carlson ... Vanessa Longman

Steven Berkoff ... Carl
Valentine Palmer ... Ronald
John D. Collins ... Chick
Iain Blair ... Morris
Barry Andrews ... Tom
Hedger Wallace ... Ian
James Vallon ... James
Geoffrey Lumsden ... Dr. Williams
Brian Tully ... Dr. Grange
David Kelsey ... Dennis
Barry Stanton ... Pete

Season 6, Episode 19: Portrait of Brenda

2 February 1969
Alan Williams is found dead having rung the Saint for his assistance. Pop singer Diane Huntley, a friend of Alan's, takes the Saint to meet a guru who runs meditation sessions at a hefty price, and the Saint is convinced the guru is behind the murder. Diane tells the Saint that Alan had a younger sister Brenda, who also saw the guru and who committed suicide. Alan had painted a portrait of Brenda and in its frame are hidden various documents which will lead the Saint to avenge his friend's death.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Anna Carteret ... Diane Huntley
Ivor Dean ... Chief Insp. Teal
Anne De Vigier ... Josephine
Trevor Bannister ... Johnny Fox
Petra Davies ... Mrs. White
Marne Maitland ... The Guru
Hazel Coppen ... Mrs. Blondel
Tina Ruta ... Opera Singer
Larry Taylor ... Ashok

David Prowse ... Tony
Harry Littlewood ... Postman

Season 6, Episode 20: The World Beater

9 February 1969
The Saint is invited by George Hapgood, a designer of racing cars, to test drive his latest model, but the car has been sabotaged and crashes. George's cousin Justin then asks the Saint to drive his latest car, only for a mystery driver to force that car off the road as well. The Saint suspects business-woman Kay Collingwood as being involved, given that she seems close to Justin, but she claims that her main interest is in bugging devices, not cars. The Saint gets ready to drive George's car in a rally, unaware that it has once more been sabotaged.

Roger Moore ... Simon Templar
Patricia Haines ... Kay Collingwood
John Ronane ... Justin Pritchard
James Kerry ... George Hapgood
George A. Cooper ... Harold Laker
Eddie Byrne ... Mr. Hapgood (Snr.)
William Wilde ... Tom Stevens
Rosemary Donnelly ... Dilys
Reg Whitehead ... Microphone Man
Anthony Sheppard ... Rally Official
Clifford Earl ... Rally Official
Bernard G. High ... Radio Man
Alan Chuntz ... Road Worker (uncredited)

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