The Saint (1962–1969)

The Saint Plays with Fire 

The Saint is after the leader of the British Nazi Party, following the convenient death of a journalist who intended to publish highly classified information about its members.



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Episode complete credited cast:
... Simon Templar
... Kane Luker
Justine Lord ... Lady Valerie Woodchester
John Robinson ... Sidney Fairweather
... Lady Gwen Sangore
... Sir Robert Sangore
... Inspector Teal
... Howard Jackman
... Norton
... West
... Austin
... John Kennett
... Ralph Windlay


A journalist friend of the Saint is murdered whilst working undercover within the newly-revived British Nazi Party. The Saint links up with Lady Valerie who was employed by Kane Luker, the party leader, to lure the young writer to his death. Valerie is in possession of papers given her by the dead man with which she hopes to blackmail Luker but Luker and his followers seize her and the Saint, leaving them to perish in an 'accidental' fire. Can the Saint get them out of this very hot situation? Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

28 November 1963 (UK)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This episode features four actors from the James Bond 007 franchise. Robert Brown, who succeeded Bernard Lee as Bond's superior 'M'; Joseph Fürst and Joe Robinson, both from " Diamonds are Forever"; and of course Roger Moore as 007. See more »


Simon Templar: We all saw what happened in Germany under the Hitler Regime. I honestly don't think the same thing can happen here.
Norton: You know Simon, people who forget the past, are sometimes condemned to relive it...
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