While on holiday in a Greek village, Simon must settle accounts with a crook who is threatening the peace of local inhabitants.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Aristides Koralis
Sophia Arnetas
Tommy Duggan ...
Stavros Arnetas
Peter Kriss ...
John Wentworth ...
Prof. Hamish Grant
Hal Galili ...
Joe Martin (as Hal Gallili)
Wolfe Morris ...
Andreas Malandrinos ...
Greek Villager
Raymond Ray ...


The Saint is visiting an archaeological dig in Greece, where his friend, Professor Grant, has unearthed a valuable statue. The workers are catered for by local inn-keeper Stavros and his pretty daughter Sophia. Aristides, Sophia's cousin, then arrives. He is a local boy who has not made good in Athens, where he has become a petty crook. The Saint warns Grant to keep the statue safely locked up, which he does, but Sophia disappears and a ransom note is delivered. Aristides is the obvious suspect but he swears that he is innocent. The Saint however is unconvinced and sets out to expose him. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

27 February 1964 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Oliver Reed sustained a head injury close to the eye when his character was being attacked by peasants with pitchforks. See more »


Simon Templar: Well, you see I have a very good influence on people. I really do. That's why they call me the "Saint"!
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Wow! Two of the Most Handsome Englishman of All Time!
2 September 2013 | by (The Ruins Beneath the Planet of the Apes) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed this installment of "The Saint," especially since it contained two of the most handsome British actors of the 1960's -- Roger Moore and the great Oliver Reed. Both actors never looked better, and they are in top form here -- Moore playing the charming yet devilish Templar, and Reed as the duplicitous but sexy bad boy.

Plot centers about an old Greek man and his niece running a bar/hotel outside of Athens. Reed enters as a relative, and becomes embroiled in the theft of an ancient artifact. It's all certainly hokey and labored, but also lots of fun, and some thrills with the sloe-eyed Reed actually dominating the proceedings.

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