Episode #90 - 5-19

To Kill A Saint

Peter Dyneley - Paul Verrier
Annette André - Annette
Derek Bond - Fellows
Francis Matthews - Andre
Robert Cawdron - Le Duc (= Luduc)
John Serret - Quercy
Pamela Ann Davy - Justine
Michael Bilton - Bolande
Robert Gillespie - Pierre
Victor Winding - Braddock
Lawrence Davidson - Maitre D
Maggie Wright - Jacqueline
Valerie Leon - Therese
Nita Lorraine - Celeste

Directed by Robert Asher; Screenplay by Michael Winder

While in Paris, there is a murder attempt on the Saint. Templar follows the killer in his car. When they find the car all clues lead to criminal Paul Verrier. But Simon knows that that's not the real story - he suspects the girl Annette. But Paul Verrier is led to believe that Simon has an affair with his wife - and tries to kill him. Therefore Verrier hires a killer for the Saint.

* Peter Dyneley also appears in Episode #3 "The Careful Terrorist" and #26 "The Bunco Artists"
* Annette André also appears in Episode #45 "The Saint Steps In", #46 "The Loving Brothers", #64 "The Abductors" and #107 "The House on Dragon's Rock"
* Francis Mathews also appears in Episode #29 "The Noble Sportsman"
* Robert Cawdron also appears in Episode #4 "The Covetous Headsman", #19 "The Work of Art", #42 "Jeaninne" and #64 "The Abductors" (all: same role)
* The character of Inspector Quercy appears several times in the series although played almost every time by a different actor. It's Eugene Deckers in Episode #4 "The Covetous Headsman", Manning Wilson in #19 "The Work of Art" and #42 "Jeannine" and John Serret in # 64 "The Abductors" and #90 "To Kill A Saint"
* John Serret also appears in Episode #15 "Judith", #64 "The Abductors" and #72 "The Queen's Ransom"
* Maggie Wright also appears in Episodes #41 "Lida", #42 "Jeaninne" and #61 "The Crime of the Century"
  Compare the color of the Citroen in the Paris scenes and the shots on the back lot. It's quite obvious that this isn't the same car: the first one is yellow and the other only light yellow.
Templar is supposed to be alone in the car but you can clearly see a second person (a dummy?) with a hat on the passenger seat (0:07).
This time Annette is in the car with Templar but if you look closely again in the Paris scenes, then you can see the person/dummy with the hat again (0:34).
This corridor was used several times in the colour episodes as a set.
The double doors were frequently used as a set item in the colour episodes.

UK: 24th February 1967

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* DVD (NTSC): AAE-70349 (2001)


Last Updated: 02/24/2018