Where the Money Is
Kenneth J. Warren - Ben Kersh
Judee Morten - Jenny Kersh
Sandor Elés - Jean Latour
Derek Newark - German
Warren Stanhope - Arnie Garnett
John Savident - Frank Lomax
Tony Wright - Largo
Jane Bates - Lila Prentice
Directed by Roger Moore; Screenplay by Terry Nation
The daughter of famous film producer Ben Kersh has been kidnapped. He turns to Simon for help in finding the kidnappers. Templar travels to Nice where the money transfer is supposed to happen.
* Kenneth J. Warren also appears in Episode #109/110 "The Fiction Makers". He also appears in the episode "The Old, the New and the Deadly" of The Persuaders
* Sandor Elés also appears in Episode #64 "The Abductors" and #74 "The Russian Prisoner"
* Derek Newark also appears in Episode #91 "The Counterfeit Countess". He also appears in the episode "That's Me Over There" of The Persuaders
* Warren Stanhope also appears in Episode #6 "The Pearls of Peace", #15 "Judith" and #100 "Invitation to Danger"
* Tony Wright also appears in Episode #7 "The Arrow of God" and #65 "The Crooked Ring". He also appears in the episode "Someone Waiting" of The Persuaders
* There are two cuts in these two scenes. (0:08 and 0:22)
* Why aren't the kidnappers disguised when the money is delivered by the Saint? (0:18)
* Oops - the shadow of the camera can be seen on the wheel! (0:33)
Leslie Charteris: <<This starts
with a nice intriguing opening hook, but soon looks like slumping into
another of those typical TV stereotypes which with minor changes could
fit any series from "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." to "Danger Man."
The final surprise ... struck me as a last minute improvisation to try and lift the plot out of the trough of banality in which most of its length is spent.
An opening and a closing gimmick are not enough to make a show gripping for an hour. I may be old and jaded, but by this time so is the TV public: you cannot permit your writers the same luxury, or the whole show goes down the quicksand. Nothing will save it except calling on them for more and more exceptional efforts.>> (Barer, p.155)
Jean Latour: "You will have to be blindfolded."
Templar: "I know the rules. I've been to the movies."
UK: 29th December 1968
S.T. und die Millionärstochter
* DVD (NTSC): AAE-70545 (2002)
Last Updated: 03/18/2018