The Saint's Girl Friday

  • 1953
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Mystery

After an 11-year absence, "The Saint" was revived one last time for the movies, and appropriately enough, Hayward, who originated the part in THE SAINT IN NEW YORK (1938), again plays the famous sleuth. In this picture, Hayward returns to London to visit an old girl friend only to discover that she's been murdered. He tracks down the killers--gamblers to...read more

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After an 11-year absence, "The Saint" was revived one last time for the movies, and appropriately enough, Hayward, who originated the part in THE SAINT IN NEW YORK (1938), again plays the famous sleuth. In this picture, Hayward returns to London to visit an old girl friend only to

discover that she's been murdered. He tracks down the killers--gamblers to whom the victim was indebted--aboard a luxury yacht. Hayward cracks the ring before they can murder their next intended victim, Chance, a woman who also is deep in debt to the killers. This final attempt to breathe new life

into the famous sleuth character maintains all the style and grace present in the best of "The Saint" films. Although this was the end of the character's movie career, "The Saint" was successfully revived once more for television in the 1960s. This time Mr. Templar was played by Roger Moore, who

later went on to play James Bond after Connery; but it was in this role as "The Saint" that he first achieved international fame.

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