The Saint (1962–1969)
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Little Girl Lost 

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 ... See full summary »

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June Ritchie ...
Mildred
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Brendan Cullin
Shay Gorman ...
Mullins
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Brine
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Eugene Drew
Colette Dunne ...
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Blaney
Gerry Duggan ...
Mulloon
Betty Cardno ...
Mrs. Mulloon
Peter Ellis ...
Patrick
Eve Belton ...
Tessa
Kevin Flood ...
Sergeant Finnegan
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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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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18 June 1967 (USA)  »

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Put the critical faculties aside and enjoy
11 September 2016 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Possibly the best episode of series 5, this is an improbable tale of ruffians, duplicitous females, and plenty of swash and buckle, with the feel of some of the more light-hearted programs of the earlier black-and-white series, and set in a mythical Ireland of tinkers, poitín, and blarney that probably never existed in the 1860's, let alone the 1960's.

Nevertheless, if you can suspend your disbelief for long enough, it's an enjoyable romp, with its tongue firmly planted in its cheek and enough twists and turns to satisfy the most Machiavellian of plot-hounds.


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