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The Saint: The Blue Dulac (1989)

Simon Templar uses twin sisters and a rare Russian necklace to trap a ruthless American in Paris.

Director:

Dennis Berry

Writers:

Leslie Charteris (character), Peter Palliser (script)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Dutton ... Simon Templar
John Astin ... George Lafosse
Sabine Naud Sabine Naud ... Sabine Gautier
Camille Naud Camille Naud ... Seraphine Gautier
Geoffrey Bateman ... Unwin
Cyrille Artaux Cyrille Artaux ... Antoine
Hervé Hiolle Hervé Hiolle ... Inspector Sarcelle
Claire Barachet Claire Barachet ... Colette Lafosse
Patricia Barzyk ... Christine Coustard
Gladys Berry Gladys Berry ... Older Woman
Manuel Blanc ... Xavier
Blats Blats ... Leader
Christian Bouillette Christian Bouillette ... Henri
Alain Chaufour Alain Chaufour ... Jim
Marc Fege Marc Fege ... Jules
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Storyline

Christine and Jacques Coustard are blown up and killed in their Paris home before they can testify against gangster George La Force and La Force makes sure that he is acquitted at his trial by having the judge's family held hostage. The Saint arrives to avenge his friends the Coustards,posing as a jewel thief named Lamont,who,in order to reel in La Force,interests in him in the Blue Dulac,a priceless Russian necklace that the Saint intends to steal and pin the blame on La Force. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Favorite Saint Movie
15 June 2009 | by Irishdrummer007See all my reviews

I loved this movie. Out of the 4 or 5 movies Dutton was in. This one was the best. Wrong Number was really good too I loved how Simon used the Villains own greed against him. John Astin played a good villain too. Along with the Twins who was damn Fine looking BTW. Being in France added to the movie.

I wished they would release this one on DVD. I don,t see why they haven,t released all of Dutton,s movies on DVD. He was really good as Simon. When I read the books he comes really close to the Simon in the books. Roger was good as Simon too. But I think Dutton was better.

I never though of John Astin as a bad guy before. He pulls it off rather well here. The best scenes are when Simon and Astin,s role are doing the 20 questions and Simon had all the answers to the annoyance of the villain. Then when Simon used the fact the villain dozen,t know the girls are twins against him. Awesome Movie. If u haven,t seen it. U should. It,s one of the best Saint movies.


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Release Date:

9 September 1989 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Simon Templar - Jagd nach heißen Steinen See more »

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