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The Saint

6 Seasons

Season 4
4.8 out of 5 stars (16) IMDb 7.5/10

The fourth series featuring Simon Templar, a wealthy adventurer, who travels around the world in his yellow Volvo.

Starring:
Roger Moore, Ivor Dean

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Season 4

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1. The Organisation Man

When the Saint signs on as a mercenary, and finds that things are none too healthy on the health farm where he's being trained, he decides to find out the real function of the establishment.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: October 27, 1968
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2. Legacy For The Saint

Ed Brown is a retired gangster with a sense of humour which includes getting his four greatest enemies at one another's throats.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: October 13, 1968
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3. The Master Plan

When he discovers a plan to turn Britain into a dumping ground for some dangerous drugs, Simon sets out to crush the diabolical drugs-smuggling organisation at its source - a small island off the Chinese coast.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: November 17, 1968
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4. The Desperate Diplomat

When diplomat Jason Douglas disappearrs with a million dollars of aid destined for an African country, Simon finds himself pleading his old friend's innocence to a less-than-interested Claude Eustace Teal.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: October 20, 1968
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5. The Double Take

Which man is which? That's the problem facing Simon when a business tycoon claims he is being impersonated by a perfect double who intends to grind his business empire into obscurity.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: November 3, 1968
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6. The Time Do Die

The Saint finds himself playing a deadly game of cat and mouse with a would-be killer.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: November 10, 1968
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7. The World Beater

With a beautiful blonde by his side, the Saint mops up the mysterious events surrounding a sries of deaths among drivers at a car rally meeting.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: February 9, 1969
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8. The Scales Of Justice

When four directors of a large business combine die in mysterious circumstances, Simon finds himself investigating a fiendishly clever murder market - and racing against time to save the life of a fifth director.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: December 1, 1968
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9. The People Importers

The Saint investigates a racket in which illegal immigrants are being smuggled into Britian as slave labour in various Mafia-run establishments.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: December 22, 1968
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10. Where The Money Is

When a film producer's daughter disappears and he suspects that she has been kidnapped, then an unusual ransom demand arrives in the form of scenes cut from a film, the man seeks Simon's help in obtaining his daughter's release.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: December 29, 1968
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11. Portrait Of Brenda

Gurus, pop singers and disc jockeys combine to set the Saint spinning at 45rpm when he finds himself involved in a large-scale swindle involving a fake guru and a group of music-loving innocents.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: February 2, 1969
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12. The Ex-King Of Diamonds

Simon finds himself mixed up with drama on the French Riviera when he meets an ex-king who cheats at cards and a beautiful young girl with an infallible system for winning at the casino tables.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: January 19, 1969
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13. The Man Who Gambled With Life

The Saint has led a long and adventurous life. But now he's been chosen as the subject for an experiment which entails being frozen to death and later brought back to life.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: January 26, 1969
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26. The Chequered Flag

The Saint finds himself helping a friend to discover what lies behind a long spell of bad 'luck' that has dogged a former racing driver.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: July 15, 1965
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There is a lot to like in the character of Simon Templar, who values justice and good manners above petty legalities. The black and white seasons of the Saint have the benefit of the influence of creator Leslie Charteris, which was much diminished when the series went to color. Roger Moore has great panache and a surprising amount of grit sometimes as the Saint.

The series is not high art by any stretch, but even though studio sets and local on-site locations stand in for all the glimmer spots of the world the show still filled me with a sense of wanderlust for all those exciting places jet-setters could go in that era. The show was worth watching then, and I have found it worth rewatching now, which is more than I can say for many other programs.
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the picture quality & sound for this wonderful series makes it feel like yesterday. The saint will always be one of my favorite action heroes please make the return of the saint from seventy nine available in digital format, enjoyed the Dutton series form 89 as well have lots of fun watching these over & over all the seasons are great to watch again Roger Moore was a icon of cool saint along with Ogilvy
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the saint is always fun to watch avid fan of Roger Moore love the way he evens the odds for the weak & teaches a lesson to those trying to exploit them for there own gain. The story lines from the B/W episodes are my favorite ones bought them all cant wait to get the dvds as well because there are a couple of movies want to get my hands on that they did during the series that are not in digital format yet
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The impeccably groomed and attired Simon Templer returns for a second adventurous and humorous season. In one episode a lady is convinced that Simon Templer works for British Secret Service and is, in fact, James Bond. Even funnier now that we know Roger Moore was James Bond later in his career. In another episode, Simon sips his coffee & knowingly says, "Blue mountain, lightly roasted, coarsely ground." To which the lady replies,"Instant, fresh out of the tin."
"You can't win them all", shrugs the unflappable Saint.
There is one very unrealistic bit. Simon Templar never seems to have trouble finding a parking space. In the last two episodes of the season a substantial part of the action takes place in caves. Just a bit of trivia.
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They just don't make TV like they used to. Where else can you get British Actors to play Hispanic innkeepers with attitude?
Rot you say? Rubbish? Nay! Say it isn't so! Chin up! Jolly good then! Imagine the white looking Volvo in Black and White is a Yellow Volvo... inconspicuously following the bad guy in the other unique looking car. Whats that in the rear view mirror? Its just a movie screen with a movie of someone driving fast you say?
The theme music plays in my head all day now, as my wonderful wife and I have chosen this TV series to be our nightly "mindless" TV watch to go to sleep by. Simon Templar, aka Mr Tombs, will always be near a pretty girl, and get to punch two or three guys out in an episode, and typically help out the disgruntled chief inspector of Scotland Yard, or the Paris Police. Does he work for MI6? Or is he an independent contractor? Who knows... although I do notice the same pictures of old cars on many of the wealthy peoples homes. And that bookshelf in the bar... wasn't that in last weeks apartment episode? Also, the city streets of Spain look similar to those of France, and Jamaca... Just saying.

Love this series... going to watch every last one!
-R
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By Craig on February 27, 2016
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I have to admit that these likely have narrow appeal, but they are wonderful memories. I do feel that the are well done for the time period. What a fun thing to have access to.
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I haven't seen this tv series since it went off the air. It is nice to see it again as new for I haven' seen this particular episode.
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Roger Moore is a fabulous actor. This was probably my favorite character he played. It's witty fast moving and interesting.
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