The Saint: Volume 2
Production year: 1966
Directors: Jeremy Summers, Gordon Flemyng
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 733961-702316
Running time: 5:04 (304 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: June 26, 2001
Collection type: Owned (#1812)
Status: Available
Purchase date: June 03, 2005
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 8 / 10
Review (video): 6 / 10
Overview
Roger Moore is The Saint - Unmistakable. Unstoppable. Unequalled. "I see my reputation precedes me."

Leslie Charteris' 'The Saint' first appeared in the popular 1920s mystery magazines, 'Black Mask', 'Double Detective' and 'Ellery Queen Mystery'. Then came a slew of books before George Sanders donned the halo for a string of B-movies in the 1940s, Vincent Price was the voice of The Saint on the radio and a newspaper strip ran alongside Dick Tracy. But it was Roger Moore who truly immortalized Simon Templar in the 1960s British television series. Now A&E Home Video presents the definitive SAINT, beginning with the 1966-67 season - the first year THE SAINT appeared in color.

Simon Templar. The legendary Saint whose reputation always precedes him. Charismatic, ingenious, charming and utterly elusive. International jet-set buccaneer, The Saint defends against injustice.

6 Complete, uncut and digitally remastered color episodes presented in the original broadcast order:

The Angel's Eye
Written by Paul Erickson; directed by Leslie Norman.
Amsterdam - Entrusted with a legendary diamond, Simon is confronted with a baffling mystery.

The Man Who Liked Lions
Written by Douglas Enefer; directed by Jeremy Summers.
Rome - Determined to solve the mysterious murder of an American journalist, Simon uncovers a secret society of assassins in a Roman orgy.

The Better Mousetrap
Written by Leigh Vance; directed by Gordon Flemyng.
Cannes - The French police are convinced Simon is their man when a string of jewelry thefts follow The Saint along the Riviera. To prove his innocense, Simon must build a better mousetrap.

Little Girl Lost
Written by Leigh Vance; directed by Roy Ward Baker.
Ireland - When a beautiful young woman begs for his help, Simon finds himself entangled in a deviously plotted web of lies.

Paper Chase
Written by Michael Cramoy (from a story by Harry W. Junkin); directed by Leslie Norman.
Leipzig, East Germany - Far behind the Iron Curtain, Simon is sent to recover a stolen file. Hundreds of lives are at stake with the army and the police closing in. Simon must end the paper chase.

Locate And Destroy
Written by John Stanton; directed by Leslie Norman.
Lima, Peru - When Simon inadvertently identifies a stolen artwork, he uncovers a gang of Nazi war criminals who will go to any lenghts to keep their secret intact.
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Crew
Direction
Jeremy Summers....Director
Gordon Flemyng....Director
Cast
Roger Moore....Simon Templar (The Saint)
Jane Merrow....Mabel
Liam Redmond....Tom Upwater
Anthony Nicholls....Lord Cranmore
Donald Pickering....Jeremy
T.P. McKenna....Malone
Fredric Abbott....Corbett
Cyril Shaps....Jonkheer
Terence Rigby....Zuilen
Martin Wyldeck....Van Effen
Arthur Gross....Police Sergeant
Katherine Schofield....Receptionist
Steven Brooke....Hotel Clerk
Jean Benedetti....Waiter
Nike Arrighi....Serafino
Peter Wyngarde....Tiberio
Suzanne Lloyd....Claudia Molinelli
Michael Wynne....Franco de Cesarie
Jeremy Young....Insp. Galba
Michael Forrest....Vittorio Leale
Ed Bishop....Tony Allard
Peter J. Elliott....Berreeni
Robert Russell....Guido
Steven Scott....Frascatto
Phyllis Montefiore....Princess Alexandra
Alexandra Stewart....Natalie Sheridan
Madge Ryan....Bertha Noversham
Ronnie Barker....Alphonse
Arnold Diamond....Col. Latignant
Lisa Daniely....Milo Gambodi
Patrick Whyte....Bernie Kovar
Eddie Byrne....Tench
Michael Coles....Hugo
Aimée Delamain....Lady Haverstock
Marika Rivera....Concierge
Pauline Collins....Marie-Therese
Alan Downer....Gendarme
Robert Bridges....Fat Man
Tom Macaulay....Banker
Vicky Hughes....Mirelle
June Ritchie....Mildred
Noel Purcell....Brendan Cullin
Shay Gorman....Mullins
Maurice Good....Brine
Edward Burnham....Eugene Drew
Colette Dunn....Receptionist
Leo Leyden....Blaney
Gerry Duggan....Mulloon
Betty Cardno....Mrs. Mulloon
Peter Ellis....Patrick
Eve Belton....Tessa
Kevin Flood....Sergeant Finnegan
Ronald Hines....Redman
Niall MacGinnis....Colonel Probst
Penelope Horner....Hanya Lintz
Gordon Gostelow....Metz
Jack Gwillim....Major Carter
Carl Duering....Kruger
Michael Beint....Dieter
Steve Plytas....Ernst Schwerin
Anthony Wager....The Lieutenant
Norma West....Receptionist
John G. Heller....Major
Hans De Vries....Sergeant
Paul Williamson....London Policeman
Gordon Sterne....Vopos
Frank Maher....Kraft
John Herrington....Porter
Carl Conway....Steward
John Barrie....Coleman
Francesca Annis....Maria
Julia Arnall....Ingrid
Victor Beaumont....Karsh
Maurice Kaufmann....Nathan
Alan Lake....Jacob
Harry Landis....Bloom
Simon Lack....Salter
Roger Delgado....Capt. Rodriguez
Wolfe Morris....Dr. Lopez
Andreas Malandrinos....Gonzales
Harvey Hall....Merkin
Gordon Whiting....Dr. Pineda
Katherina Holden....Nurse
Ricardo Montez....Peon