Whilst in the company of his journalist friend Mary Ellen, the Saint receives a number of death threats, most starkly a wreath which informs him that he will be killed in two days' time. A ... See full summary »

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Whilst in the company of his journalist friend Mary Ellen, the Saint receives a number of death threats, most starkly a wreath which informs him that he will be killed in two days' time. A couple of small-time crooks seem to be implicated in carrying messages for the would-be killer but both are bumped off before they can be of help to the Saint. With a hearse parked outside his door and Mary Ellen in the clutches of the murderer, time is running out for the Saint. Written by don @ minifie-1

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French title: "La vengeance". See more »

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When talking to his friend Dinnie in the shooting range Dinnie is using a revolver, which would normally have 6 shots. Dinnie fires 4 and then the saint picks up the gun and fires 3 more. See more »

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Dinny Haigh: The choice of lettering shows a particularly vulgar taste.
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Cat and mouse with Suzanne Lloyd
20 November 2016 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

"The Time To Die" has Simon Templar playing a cat-and-mouse game against someone who wants him dead. The "Music Box Man" tries different ways to bump off The Saint, and manages to get a couple of people killed.

This episode seems a little moody, but it well worth the watch. It is pretty tense, and it holds your attention. Suzanne Lloyd makes her final appearance on the series as an American freelance journalist, and her performance remains a treat. It also marks her penultimate performance, since she would appear in a movie with Kirk Douglas six years later.

Oh, and the ending fight is a nasty one.

Overall, another fine entry in the series. By the way, the end theme in this season is my personal favorite!


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