A penniless Countess poses as a charitable lady, but instead, she leads a ring of unstoppable jewel thieves with a flair for breaking and entering into the houses of her careless rich guests.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Countess Audrey Morova
Ronald Ibbs ...
Jacques Boucher
David Sumner ...
Dickie Tremaine
Photographer (as James Bellchamber)
Anthea Windham ...
Miss Williams (as Anthea Wyndham)
Lord Henry Wentworth
Dorothy Black ...
Lady Wentworth
Stuart Saunders ...
George Ulrig
May Ulrig
Gerald Young ...
Sir Edras Levy
Edith Saville ...
Lady Levy


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. Written by don @ minifie-1

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30 January 1964 (UK)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Countess Audrey Morova: Let me tell you darling, the people who say that money doesn't buy happiness, just don't know how to spend it!
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Simon Templar: Jewel Thief
5 August 2013 | by (The Ruins Beneath the Planet of the Apes) – See all my reviews

"The Lawless Lady" provides much amusement and boasts of some great on-screen chemistry between leading man Roger Moore and beautiful guest star Dawn Addams. This is the second of three guest shots she made on "The Saint" and it's obvious why the producers kept asking her to return.

Here she plays a moneyless Duchess who heads a clandestine ring of jewel thieves. While she entertains the British upper crust, she sends her minions out to rob the homes of those with whom she's partying. Of course, she's attracted to Templar, and enlists him into joining her crew against the wishes of her foremost accomplice who's concealing a jealous streak.

The proceedings are a lot of fun, and Moore is at his charmingly romantic best. The supporting cast is rounded out by a bunch of experts, especially Julian Glover as Moore's rival. But it's not all lightness, and the plot does touch on the seriousness of the crimes and the effect on the innocent.

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