The Saint: Volume 4
Production year: 1967
Directors: Jim O'Connolly, John Gilling
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 733961-703504
Running time: 5:55 (355 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: January 02, 2002
Collection type: Owned (#1814)
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.

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, continuing here 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.

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

The Counterfeit Countess
Written by Philip Broadley; directed by Leslie Norman.
London/ Paris - Simon follows the trail of perfect counterfeit bank notes to a deadly criminal ring led by a cruelly enticing Countess.

Simon And Delilah
Written by C. Scott Forbes; directed by Roy Ward Baker.
Rome - When the movie's temperamental diva is kidnapped, Simon must find the criminal in a crew where no one wishes her well.

Island Of Chance
Written by Leigh Vance; directed by Leslie Norman.
British West Indies - A reclusive scientist is obsessed with discovering an immunity serum that will end illness, but how many lives will it take to save the world?

The Gadget Lovers
Written by John Kruse; directed by Jim O'Connolly.
Berlin - Simon has to win the confidence of the Russians before unveiling the devious mind manipulating the Cold War to boiling.

A Double In Diamonds
Written by Harry W. Junkin; directed by John Gilling.
London/Paris - When a duplicate is made of the Gillingham diamonds, the glamorous world of haute couture shows its seamy underbelly in the cutthroat rag trade.

The Power Artist
Written by John Kruse; directed by Leslie Norman.
London - As Simon investigates his way out of the elaborate frame, he discovers personal revenge is merely the tip of the nefarious scheme…

When Spring Is Sprung
Written by Michael Pertwee; directed by Jim O'Connolly.
London - Simon is enlisted by British Military Intelligence to mastermind the escape of a Russian spy on trial in London.
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Crew
Direction
Jim O'Connolly....Director
John Gilling....Director
Cast
Roger Moore....Simon Templar (The Saint)
Ivor Dean....Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Alan Haywood....Sergeant Knox
Kate O'Mara....Nadine/Yvette
Alexandra Bastedo....Mireille
Philip Madoc....Alzon
Derek Newark....Carl
Henry Soskin....Warburg
David Kelsey....Miles
Ray Browne....Larry
Gertan Klauber....The Barman
Cliff Dickens....Maurice
Terence Mountain....The Gendarme
Ronald Radd....Roberto Vittorini
Lois Maxwell....Beth Parish
Suzanne Lloyd....Serena Harris
Guy Rolfe....David Bradley
Leon Greene....Tig Jordan
David Healy....Hal Ward
Patrick Holt....Herbert Wheeler
John Collin....Sergio
Ray Chiarella....Renzo
Peter Birrell....Toni Amato
David Nettheim....Insp. Crepi
Gino Melvazzi....Electrician
Vicky Hughes....Maria
Ricardo Montez....Guieseppe
Sue Lloyd....Marla Clayton
David Bauer....Dr. Charles Krayford
Patricia Donahue....Arlene Bland
Alex Scott....Jan Vanderfelt
Milton Johns....Vargas
Thomas Baptiste....Grant
Christopher Carlos....Inspector
Norman Jones....Pete
Richard Owens....Cody
Kenneth Gardiner....Rig
Danny Daniels....Barman
Tommy Eytle....Calypso Singer
Charles Hyatt....Maitre D'Hotel
Mary Peach....Colonel Smolenko
Campbell Singer....Fenton
Glynn Edwards....Igor
Nicholas Donnelly....Ivan
John Bennett....Muller
Burt Kwouk....Colonel Wing
Vernon Dobtcheff....Vogel
Wolf Frees....Anton
Maurice Browning....Blagot
Stephen Hubay....Klaus
Peter Burton....Molliere
Stefan Gryff....The Waiter
Trudi Nielson....Gretchen
Cecil Parker....Lord Gillingham
Anton Rodgers....Pierre
Yolande Turner....Kate
Ilona Rodgers....Mary
Ferdy Mayne....Nicholas
Howard Goorney....Mercier
Jack Woolgar....Charlie Hallowes
The Graham Twins....Valerie and Veronica
John Clive....Garton
Yvette Herries....Michelle
Tim Barrett....The Steward
Pauline Clifford....The Commentator
Brian Harrison....The Pilot
Pauline Munro....Cassie Lane
George Murcell....Adolph Vogler
Tristram Jellinek....Finlay Thorp-Jones
Peter Bourne....Perry Loudon
John Bown....Shard
John J. Carney....Clay
George Roubicek....Carter
Anthony Dawes....The Clerk
Charles Rea....Jack
Tommy Godfrey....The Taxi Driver
Michael Pemberton....The Policeman
Caron Gardner....Dolly Girl
Charlotte Selwyn....Dolly Girl
John Bull....Boy with Banjo
Edward Higgens....Doorman
Toby Robins....Joanne Dell
Ann Lynn....Marie Spring
Allan Cuthbertson....Col. Charles Hannerly
George Pastell....Vulanin
Gary Watson....John Spring
Harvey Ashby....Peter Quentin
Douglas Livingstone....Watters
Bryan Mosley....First Sleuth
Eric Dodson....Prosecuting Counsel
Leslie Crawford....First Russian Guard
Peter Brace....Second Russian Guard
Noel Luscombe....Police Officer Witness
Kenneth Edwards....The Judge
Colin Rix....The Radio Expert
Leslie Anderson....The Cleaner
John Frawley....The Doctor