The elderly Mrs. Yarmouth is tricked into handing over church funds by a plausible confidence trickster and his wife.

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Episode complete credited cast:
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Mary Merrall ...
Sophie Yarmouth
Peter Dyneley ...
Richard Eade
Justine Lord ...
Jean Yarmouth
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Joyce Eade (as Louise King)
Victor Platt ...
Charlie Lewis
John Glyn-Jones ...
Vicar Basil Stone (as John Glyn Jones)
Marie Makino ...
Miss Emma
Barbara Ogilvie ...
Mrs. Rance
André Maranne ...
Louis (as Andre Maranne)
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Gendarme
Meadows White ...
Stage Door Keeper
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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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 December 1963 (UK)  »

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Trivia

In one of the opening scenes of the city is a theater marquee showing Phyllis Calvert and Marius Goring in Ronald Duncan's play Ménage à Trois. In 1963, when this episode was filmed, the theater would have been the Lyric Theater, located on Shaftesbury Avenue in the City of Westminster. The Lyric opened there in 1888. See more »

Quotes

Simon Templar: Good evening Ma'am!
Joyce Eade: Are you a Yank?
Simon Templar: No Ma'am, I'm Texan!
Joyce Eade: Just the same thing, isn't it?
Simon Templar: No, Ma'am. You see, the United States is a country, Texas is a state of mind!
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