A disgraced policeman's daughter in San Francisco is busy acquiring a name for herself as a crime boss in her own right. But when Simon Templar helps her get away after a shooting in a night-club and subsequently chooses to bring down his old acquaintance Inspector Fernack from New York, the question as to who is on which side of the law becomes increasingly confused -- especially when the vital evidence, in the shape of eighty thousand stolen dollars, spends most of the film in the Saint's pocket!
Did You Know?
Although Fernack's name is Eastern European, Jonathan Hale
plays the role with an off-and-on Irish brogue. See more
The airport at "Fort Worth" as indicated in this film, does not have towering hills as shown in the background. In reality, it's basically flat terrain as far as the eye can see. See more
[Referring to Simon
That fellow is notorious. You can't be serious.
He proved his worth in New York. Gentlemen, sometimes where there's gangrene, a red-hot iron is the best cure.
Followed by The Saint's Double Trouble
Auld Lang Syne
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Played at the New Year's Eve party See more