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A drama about a New York newspaper in the early 1960s, this show is wonderfully written and acted. I have no patience with those who say Nick Adams had no talent. They obviously have never seen his best work. Saints and Sinners was well written and acted. The guest stars were high caliber television and film stars. It is far better than a lot of fare offered today. Nick Adams had lousy luck with his television series. The Rebel was canceled for reasons that had nothing to do with his performance: it was network politics. Then Saints and Sinners didn't make it a full season because it had a lousy place on the network schedule. The only copies of this series are taken from broadcast television & their quality is only fair. I would love a remastered set of these shows. Fans of the Golden Age of Television will appreciate this show.
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