On the French Riviera the Saints rescues Dona Luisa Arroya and her young companion Consuela from two robbers. Dona Luisa and Gilberto, her brother-in-law, tell the Saint that they are part ... See full summary »

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Gilberto Arroyo
Viviane Ventura ...
Consuela Flores (as Vivienne Ventura)
Nancy Nevinson ...
Dona Luisa Arroyo
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Leonard Sachs ...
Deigo Ramirez
Michael Wynne ...
Rene
David Jackson ...
Chico
Nicholas Donnelly ...
Jean
Terry Yorke ...
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On the French Riviera the Saints rescues Dona Luisa Arroya and her young companion Consuela from two robbers. Dona Luisa and Gilberto, her brother-in-law, tell the Saint that they are part of a once influential family, exiled from the island of Santa Cruz, who have come to sell Dona Luisa's jewelry to raise money for a return to power - hence the robbery. So much is made of the jewels and so many people seem anxious to steal them that the Saint is not surprised to discover that they are fakes. Now he has to discover why the Arroyas really want to involve him in their scheme and whether they are telling the truth. Written by don @ minifie-1

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19 August 1965 (UK)  »

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Jewels and Fakes
9 May 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Back on familiar ground here,Simon is on the French Riviera,well,some stock footage and the back lot at Pinewood probably! Anyway,he comes to the rescue of Dona Luisa and her travelling companion,Consuela from two robbers after her jewels,all that is left from her dead husband,deposed as the leader of a small South American country. This forms the centre of the plot,does she give the jewels to fund her late husband's brother attempt to start a revolt to win back the throne and power or to the new regime to help poor people of her country?

This fairly simple story has enough twists and turns to make it very entertaining and as always,Simon has everything well in hand even when it looks like he doesn't! Nice counterpoint is seen in Simon's urbane charm and then his subtle insulting and threatening of the would be power dictator, words always formed a good factor of the Saint's character.


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