It starred as Simon Templar and as Inspector Henry Farnack, the American counterpart to the British character, Chief inspector. Moore eventually became co-owner of the show with when the show moved to colour and the production credit became Bamore Productions. He joyfully faced persecution, imprisonment, and peril in order to share the love and redemption offered by Christ. The Saint began as a straightforward mystery series, but over the years adopted more - and fantasy-style plots. This was achieved by making extensive use of the sets at Elstree, early blue-screen technology to simulate different locations in the background, painted or projected backdrops, and revolving painted backdrops for moving scenes.
Executive Producers are Robert S. Look-alikes were used for location shoots where the Saint is seen in the distance entering a well-known building or driving past the camera at speed. Screenplay by Charles Kaufman and Mortimer Offner. Starring as Simon Templar, Wendy Barrie as Elna Johnson, Paul Guilfoyle as Pearly Gates, and Jonathan Hale as Inspector Fernack. Elisabeth Shue stars as the leading lady. As of summer 2014, it was awaiting a broadcast time in the U.
Screenplay by Leslie Charteris and Jerry Cady. Starring Val Kilmer, Elisabeth Shue, Rade Serbedzija, this action drama features a suave, debonair, international thief named Simon Templa, who is hired by the Russian Mafia to steal a cold fusion energy formula from scientist Emma Russel. Leslie Charteris had nothing to do with the storyline for this film. The film was released in both countries in 1943. Screenplay by Lynn Root and Frank Fenton. Adapted from the Leslie Charteris novel The Saint Meets His Match 7-B36, 1931. This romantic comedy is an excellent reason to stay at home and enjoy a really good movie.
Screenplay by Leslie Arliss and Wolfgang Wilhelm. The club marks events such as the publication of books or other information on the series. Neither includes the two-part episodes referenced in the previous paragraph. Watch for the sign of The Saint, he will be back. Some of the later scripts were novelised and published as part of the ongoing series of The Saint novels, such as and. He joyfully faced persecution, imprisonment, and peril in order to share the love and redemption offered by Christ.
Each disc contains four complete, unedited, uncut original broadcast episodes, meaning only 28 of the monochrome episodes are available. When in France, Templar had a similar relationship with Colonel Latignant. Emma Russell Elisabeth Shue , seduces her and steals the information. Learned the art of seduction and conquest of men's hearts will be glamorous blonde with her best friend. The boxsets feature numerous extras including a series of audio commentaries recorded in 2004 with surviving members of the cast and crew, ranging from guest stars to Roger Moore.
Moore had a few recurring co-stars, especially , who played Templar's nemesis,. Templar helps those whom conventional agencies are powerless or unwilling to protect, often using methods that skirt the law. That's when Christina and decided to become an ace in the art of seduction of a strong half of mankind. Based on the Leslie Charteris novel Vendetta for The Saint 37-B41, 1964. He was reportedly offered the role of at least twice during the run of the series, but he had to turn it down both times due to his television commitments. The two-part episodes are only in movie form.
Other cast members include Valery Nikolaev, Rade Serbedzija, and Evgueni Lazarev. Most are available on in North America. In Region 4, released the entire series in Australia, in five boxed sets of six discs each. Le Saint Mène La Danse The Saint Leads the Dance was very loosely based on the Leslie Charteris short story, Palm Springs, from The Saint Goes West 23-B24, 1942. Teal's relationship with Templar was broadly similar to that depicted in the novels, but in the series, he is often depicted as bungling, rather than merely Charteris's characterisation of him as an officious, unimaginative policeman. Starring as Simon Templar, Gayle Hunnicutt as Annabel, Stratford Johns as George Duchamps, and Derren Nesbitt as Inspector Lebec.
In 1941, took over the role as Templar for two more films; and. Adapted from the Leslie Charteris short story The Million Pound Day from The Saint versus Scotland Yard 8-B13, 1932. Beautifully shot in the Moroccan desert, Paul the Apostle is a sweeping saga of the man who brought the Gospel to the Western world. Starring as Simon Templar, Ian Hendry as Allessandro Destamio, Rosemary Dexter as Gina Destamio, and Aimi Macdonald as Lilly. The marathon began on 30 March at 5 pm Eastern Time and ended on 3 April at 11 pm. The colour set includes the theatrical versions of the two double-length stories, as well as the original 48-minute two-part versions. The first of these books, which gave cover credit to Charteris, but were actually written by others, was , and the series of novelisations continued for several years after the television programme had ended.
The photoplay that appeared in the May 19, 1941 issue of Life magazine, and the subsequent short story were written afterward, and are completely different than the movie or the orginal plot outline. Produced by Robert Evans, William Macdonald, Mace Neufeld, and David Brown. A few years after creating the character in 1928, Charteris was successful in getting interested in a film based on one of his books. Chief Inspector is his nominal nemesis who considers Templar a common criminal, but often grudgingly tolerates his actions for the greater good. The original working title was Vanishing Point. The novel , credited to Charteris but written by , was one of the last Saint stories to be adapted. The film was a success and seven more films followed rapidly.