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?
Features both of Dagwood Bumstead's bosses from the Blondie film series. Johnathan Hale was Mr Dithers, who was later replaced by Jerome Cowan as Mr Radcliffe. See more
The American Airlines DC-3 "Flagship Skysleeper" airplane that lands in "Fort Worth" is shown pulling away from the gate for departure. However, in subsequent shots, two different aircraft are used. In the long shot of it turning around at the end of the runway, it's not even a silver DC-3, and in the takeoff shot, it's a different AA DC-3 (note the missing "Flagship Skysleeper" emblem). See more
Simon Templar, aka 'The Saint'
The telephone is perhaps one of man's most important contributions to the scheme of things.
Followed by The Saint in London
Comin' Thro' the Rye
Words by Robert Burns
Played and sung by the organ grinder
Sung by the organ grinder with modified lyrics See more