Oscar West is killed when his power boat blows up during a race, where the Saint has seen a shifty character of his acquaintance. Oscar's widow Annabelle sets off for the French Riviera to collect '...
The Saint rescues Jerri Hansen when her horse bolts in Hyde Park. She does not think it was accidental and tells the Saint that her sister has disappeared and she believes that she has been taken by ...
Simon Templar is a modern day Robin Hood of sorts. He steals from rich criminals and keeps the loot for himself (usually in such a way as to put the rich criminals behind bars). He's dashing, suave, charming, and he's always one step ahead of the bulldog-like Inspector Claude Eustace Teal. This series chronicles his swashbuckling exploits.Written by
This show was a bit of a throwback to the "ITC" shows of the early 1970s, in terms of glamor. However, this served little purpose as British television had long moved on, courtesy of shows like The Sweeney (1974) and The Professionals (1977). See more »
The two-part episode "Collision Course" was re-edited into the feature-length film "Saint and the Brave Goose, The." See more »
I have fond memories of watching it as a child I'm currently enjoying re-runs. The information about the Jaguar is really interesting. I'm very fond of it especially the tan coloured interior. I'm looking forward to getting the DVDs.Ian Ogilvy's interpretation of The Saint is very interesting. I like his sense of humour and I like the way he dresses. Collision Course is my favourite story especially part two. I'm very interested in getting the books to read as I have never been able to get the books. I first began watching the original Saint series as re-runs when I was 4 and still feel he has retained his special mystery. May the sign of The Saint be ever present.
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