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Starring Roger Moore as Simon Templar
Season 2 (1963-64)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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(19Sep63-19Mar64) 27 episodes

2.1 [--] The Saint: THE FELLOW TRAVELLER (England) (b-w)
19 September 1963
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Peter Yates
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Dawn Addams ..... Magda Vamoff
Glyn Owen ..... Supt. Kinglake
Neil McCallum ..... Nick Vashetti
Michael Peake ..... Hans Blatt
Angus Lennie ..... MacTavish
Jeanne Watts ..... Mrs. Matson
Brian Oulton ..... Henry Matson
Michael Bates ..... Joe
Charles Simon ..... Gower
Ray Austin ..... Marsh
John Barrett ..... Inspector In Blue Goose
Fred Ferris ..... Sergeant Lashbrook
Janine Gray ..... Receptionist
Richard McNeff ..... Guard
Simon investigates the death of an electronics engineer.

2.2 [--] The Saint: STARRING THE SAINT (England) (b-w)
26 September 1963
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by James Hill
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Ronald Radd ..... Byron Ufferlitz
Wensley Pithey ..... Inspector Teal
Alfred Burke ..... Jack Groom
Monica Stevenson ..... Peggy Warden
Alexander Davion ..... Orland Flane
Paul Whitsun-Jones ..... Vic Lazaroff
Jerry Stovin ..... Bob Kendricks
Ivor Dean ..... David Brown
John Dunbar ..... Sergeant Graham
Brian Weske ..... Cabbie
Jackie Collins ..... April Quest
John Gayford ..... Barman
John Martin ..... Medical Examiner
Bryan Marshall ..... Constable Burns
A film is being made about the Saint and the producer Byron Ufferlitz wants him to play himself, to the annoyance
of Orland Flane, the contracted leading man. When Ufferlitz is murdered Orland is the prime suspect but the Saint
finds out that many of the cast and crew also had good reason to see him out of the way.

2.3 [--] The Saint: JUDITH (England) (b-w)
3 October 1963
Screenplay by Leonard Grahame; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Robert Lynn
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Julie Christie ..... Judith Northwade
David Bauer ..... Burt Northwade
Margo Johns ..... Ellen Northwade
John McLaren ..... Dr. Northwade
John Serret ..... Inspector Lavin
Andre Boulay ..... Garner
William Greene ..... Jim Wallace
Robert MacLeod ..... Hal Sinfield
Ross Parker ..... Sergeant Soustelle
Georges Robin ..... French Waiter
Warren Stanhope ..... Tom Mackinnon
Ronald Wilson ..... Desk Clerk
Judith Northwade approaches the Saint for his help. Her uncle, the ruthless tycoon Burt Northwade is planning
to market a new production engine but Judith insists that he has stolen the design from her father,

2.4 [16] The Saint: TERESA (Mexico) (b-w)
10 October 1963
Screenplay by John Kruse; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Lana Morris ..... Teresa
Eric Pohlmann ..... Casemegas
Marne Maitland ..... Borota
Lawrence Dane ..... El Rojo
Marie Burke ..... Senora Artigas
Alexander Davion ..... Miguel Artigas
Ricardo Montez ..... Carlos Segoia
Paul Whitsun-Jones ..... Sebastian
Alan Browning ..... Cafe Proprietor
Frank Olegario ..... Padron
George Little ..... Police Lieutenant
Peter Exposite ..... Lucito
The Saint helps a woman find her husband, who is a circus performer.

2.5 [17] The Saint: THE ELUSIVE ELLSHAW (England) (b-w)
17 October 1963
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by John Moxey
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Angela Browne ..... Anne Ripwell
Richard Vernon ..... Sir John Ripwell
Ellen McIntosh ..... Mrs. Ellshaw
Philip Latham ..... Ellshaw
Anthony Bate ..... Martin Irelock
Walter Brown ..... Hugo Meyer
Philip Bond ..... Kenneth Ripwell
Norman Pitt ..... Teal
Arthur Hewlett ..... Gunsmith
James Ottaway ..... Dr. Cranston
Nicholas Pennell ..... Young Cop
Someone is trying to kill a shipping magnate.

2.6 [18] The Saint: MARCIA (England) (b-w)
24 October 1963
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by John Krish
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Samantha Eggar ..... Claire Avery
Kenneth MacKintosh ..... Mike Sentinal
Marion Mathie ..... Sheila Sentinal
Johnny Briggs ..... Johnny Desmond
Jill Melford ..... Irene Cromwell
Philip Stone ..... Inspector Carlton
Stanley Meadows ..... Frank Landon
Tony Beckley ..... Barry Alydon
Janet Davies ..... Pearl
Philip Anthony ..... Assistant Director
Virginia Clay ..... Nurse
Peter Duguid ..... Prop Man
The Saint assists an actress whose predecessor had committed suicide.

2.7 [19] The Saint: THE WORK OF ART (Paris) (b-w)
31 October 1963
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Peter Yates
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Yolande Turner ..... Juliette Grillot
Alex Scott ..... André Grillot
Martin Benson ..... Major Quintana
John Bailey ..... Jean Bougrenet
Robert Cawdron ..... Sergeant Luduc
Manning Wilson ..... Inspector Quercy
Hamilton Dyce ..... Vladek Urivetsky
Hazel Hughes ..... Mère Lafond
Neville Becker ..... Lt. Prevost
Miki Iveria ..... Maria
Anne Sharp ..... Receptionist
Tom Naylor ..... Paul Fouchet
June Smith ..... Annette Dosterd
An Algerian rebel leader goes to Paris to sell forged American bearer bonds to help fund Algerian resistance to the
French, but his go-between is killed and suspicion falls on a friend of the Saint.

2.8 [20] The Saint: IRIS (England) (b-w)
7 November 1963
Screenplay by Bill Strutton; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by John Gilling
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Barbara Murray ..... Iris Lansing
David Bauer ..... Rick Lansing
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Cyril Luckham ..... Jack Hardy
Ferdy Mayne ..... Stratford Keene
John Ronane ..... Mark Belden
Anthony Wager ..... Calder
Barry Linehan ..... Thatcher
Meadows White ..... Harry Blundell
April Wilding ..... Mary Hardy
Iris Lansing is a bad actress whose plays are financed by her criminal husband Rick who runs a protection racket
and has caused the death of an elderly shop-keeper who has refused to pay him. Lansing receives a call from the
Saint threatening to expose him unless he pays him a large sum of money though the Saint denies any part in it.

2.9 [21] The Saint: THE KING OF THE BEGGARS (Rome) (b-w)
14 November 1963
Screenplay by John Gilling; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by John Gilling
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Maxine Audley ..... Dolores Marcello
Oliver Reed ..... Joe Catelli
Yvonne Romain ..... Theresa Mantania
Warren Mitchell ..... Marco Di Cesari
John McLaren ..... Stephen Elliot
Charles Houston ..... Leghetti
Jessie Robins ..... Maria Calvetti
Ronald Corbett ..... Call Boy
Bruno Barnabe ..... Inspector Manteolli
Gino Coia ..... Italian Policeman
Cesare Maranzana ..... Italian Policeman
In Rome the Saint discovers that there is a protection racket targeting the local beggars who must relinquish
part of their 'earnings' to a person known as the 'King of the Beggars'.

2.10 [22] The Saint: THE ROUGH DIAMONDS (England) (b-w)
21 November 1963
Screenplay by Bill Strutton; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Peter Yates
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Douglas Wilmer ..... Alan Uttershaw
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
George A. Cooper ..... Milton Ourley
Vanda Godsell ..... Tina Ourley
Paul Stassino ..... Ricco
Jemma Hyde ..... Barbara Sinclair
Michael Meacham ..... George Stanton
William Dexter ..... Gabriel Linnet
Ray Austin ..... Joe
Geoffrey Palmer ..... Pete Ferguson
Frank Jarvis ..... Johnny Maxwell
The Saint is the prime suspect in a diamond robbery.

2.11 [23] The Saint: THE SAINT PLAYS WITH FIRE (England) (b-w)
28 November 1963
Screenplay by John Kruse; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Robert S. Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Joseph Fürst ..... Kane Luker
Justine Lord ..... Lady Valerie
John Robinson ..... Sidney Fairweather
Margaretta Scott ..... Lady Sangore
Geoffrey Denton ..... Sir Robert Sangore
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Robert Brown ..... Jackman
Raymond Adamson ..... Norton
John Hollis ..... West
Tony Beckley ..... John Kennett
John Kelland ..... Ralph Windley
Joe Robinson ..... Austin
A journalist friend of the Saint is murdered whilst working undercover within the newly-revived British Nazi Party.

2.12 [24] The Saint: THE WELL MEANING MAYOR (England) (b-w)
5 December 1963
Screenplay by Robert Stewart; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Leslie Sands ..... Sam Purdell
Mary Kenton ..... Alice Purdell
Norman Bird ..... George Hackett
Mandy Miller ..... Molly Hackett
Noel Trevarthen ..... Jack Bryant
Cameron Hall ..... Alderman Greer
Kenneth Henry ..... Ironside
David Morrell ..... Maxin
Robert Sansom ..... The Coroner
John Gill ..... Dr. Yates
Simon Templar investigates when a mayoral candidate dies in a small coastal town.

2.13 [25] The Saint: THE SPORTING CHANCE (Canada) (b-w)
12 December 1963
Screenplay by John Kruse; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Derren Nesbitt ..... Netchideff
Gerard Heinz ..... Professor Otto Muller
Godfrey Quigley ..... Pavan
Carol Cleveland ..... Marion Kent
Brandon Brady ..... Cleaver
Harry Webster ..... Beaver Johnson
Bruce Boa ..... Jack Williams
Nicholas Stuart ..... Inspector Hackett
Nan Marriott-Watson ..... Mrs. Whicker
William Buck ..... Detective Gorman
Evan Thomas ..... Dr. Beamish
After five years in Canada, a German scientist, believing that his wife and daughter are still in East Germany,
plans to return. When news is received of their escape, the Saint starts a desperate bid to contact the scientist.

2.14 [26] The Saint: THE BUNCO ARTISTS (b-w)
19 December 1963
Screenplay by Lewis Davidson; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Peter Yates
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Mary Merrall ..... Sophie Yarmouth
Peter Dyneley ..... Richard Eade
Justine Lord ..... Jean Yarmouth
Louise King ..... Joyce Eade
Victor Platt ..... Charlie Lewis
John Glyn-Jones ..... Vicar Stone
Marie MakinO ..... Miss Emmar
Barbara Ogilvie ..... Mrs. Rance
André Maranne ..... Louis
John Standing ..... Gendarme
Meadows White ..... Stage Door Keeper
The Saint poses as a Texan to out con some con men.

2.15 [27] The Saint: THE BENEVOLENT BURGLARY (France) (b-w)
26 December 1963
Screenplay by Larry Forrester; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
John Barrie ..... Elliot Vascoe
Gary Cockrell ..... Bill Fulton
Rachel Gurney ..... Delphine Chambers
Suzanne Neve ..... Meryl Vascoe
Raymond Adamson ..... Jules Brant
Arnold Diamond ..... Colonel Latignant
Barry Keegan ..... Martin Graham
Allan McClelland ..... Morgan Dean
Ivor Salter ..... Germaine
Neal Arden ..... Delauriers
Richard Clarke ..... Jacques
André Maranne ..... Radio Operator
Ian Parson ..... Henri
Henri Vidon ..... Peter Davos
The Saint is falsely accused of stealing a piece of art after he bets the owner that he can steal it.

2.16 [28] The Saint: THE WONDERFUL WAR (Middle East) (b-w)
2 January 1964
Screenplay by John Graeme; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Robert S. Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Renee Houston ..... Mrs. McAlister
Ferdy Mayne ..... The Iman
Alfred Burke ..... Harry Shannet
Suzanna Leigh ..... Lilla McAndrew
Jack Lambert ..... John McAndrew
Noel Purcell ..... Mike Kelly
Alec Mango ..... Abdul Aziz
Patrick Westwood ..... Major Hussein
David Graham ..... Ahmed
John Bennett ..... Rashid
Louis Raynor ..... Prince Karim
Simon Templar comes to the aid of a Middle East oil magnate's son.

2.17 [29] The Saint: THE NOBLE SPORTSMAN (England) (b-w)
9 January 1964
Screenplay by John Graeme; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Peter Yates
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Sylvia Syms ..... Anne Yearley
Anthony Quayle ..... Lord Yearley
Francis Matthews ..... Paul Farley
Jane Asher ..... Rose Yearley
Paul Curran ..... Bruno Walmar
Russell Walters ..... Kelly
Martin Wyldeck ..... Bates
Howard Douglas ..... Tom Crofton
The Saint meets Lord Yearly and ends up fighting in a duel.

2.18 [30] The Saint: THE ROMANTIC MATRON (Buenos Aires) (b-w)
16 January 1964
Screenplay by Larry Forrester; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by John Paddy Carstairs
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Ann Gillis ..... Beryl Carrington
John Carson ..... Ramon Venino
Patrick Troughton ..... Police Inspector
Victor Spinetti ..... Commmissionain
Laurence Taylor ..... Juanito
Alan Browning ..... Undetermined Role
Christopher Rhodes ..... Bernabe
Joby Blanshard ..... Ernesto
Madge Brindley ..... Landlady
Bill Cartwright ..... Driver
Peter Diamond ..... Miguel
Peter Elliott ..... Manuel
Kaplan Kaye ..... Chico
George Little ..... Guard
Michael Rittermann ..... Hotel Manager
A young widow is attracted to a foreign agent.

2.19 [31] The Saint: LUELLA (b-w)
23 January 1964
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
David Hedison ..... Bill Harvey
Suzanne Lloyd ..... Doris Harvey
Sue Lloyd ..... Luella
Aidan Turner ..... Matt Joyson
Michael Wynne ..... Ted Kermein
Jean St. Clair ..... Miss Hill
John Woodnutt ..... Head Porter
Peter Fontaine ..... Hotel Clerk
Julian Holloway ..... Waiter
A friend of Simon's is blackmailed after he decides to have some fun while his wife is away.

2.20 [32] The Saint: THE LAWLESS LADY (London) (b-w)
30 January 1964
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Dawn Addams ..... Countess Audrey Morova
Julian Glover ..... Hilloram
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Ronald Ibbs ..... Sanders
John G. Heller ..... Jacques Boucher
David Sumner ..... Dickie Tremaine
James Belchamber ..... Photographer
Anthea Wyndham ..... Miss Williams
Kenneth Benda ..... Lord Wentworth
Dorothy Black ..... Lady Wentworth
Stuart Saunders ..... George Ulrig
Anne Sharp ..... May Ulrig
Edith Saville ..... Lady Levy
Gerald Young ..... Sir Edras Levy
The Saint helps a titled lady (Dawn Addams) to avenge a friend's death.

2.21 [33] The Saint: THE GOOD MEDICINE (France) (b-w)
6 February 1964
Screenplay by Norman Borisoff; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Barbara Murray ..... Denise Dumont
Anthony Newlands ..... Phillipe Dumont
Jean Marsh ..... Maria
Bill Nagy ..... David Stern
John Bennet ..... Count Alfredo
Veronica Turleigh ..... Madame Dumont
Bruce Montague ..... Jacques
Alexandra Dane ..... Mathilde
Denise Dumont heads one of the most successful beauty product firms in France and is a very rich woman.
However, she has achieved this by stealing the ideas of her ex-husband, Philippe whom she exploited, taking
the credit for herself. He is now broken and ill. The Saint decides that, with the help of Denise's former sister-in-law,
he will teach this unfeeling woman a lesson and force her, unknowingly, to contribute to Philippe's welfare.

2.22 [34] The Saint: THE INVISIBLE MILLIONAIRE (England) (b-w)
13 February 1963
Screenplay by Kenneth Hayles; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Katharine Blake ..... Rosemary Chase
Nigel Stock ..... Jim Chase
Michael Goodliffe ..... Dr. Quintus
Eunice Gayson ..... Nora Prescott
Mark Eden ..... Bertrand Tamblin
Basil Dignam ..... Marvin Chase
Ian Ainsley ..... Thompson
Jane Asher ..... Ellen Chase
Frank Atkinson ..... Charley Dodds
John Gabriel ..... Franklin
Peter Lawrence ..... Bartender
Michael McKevitt ..... Waiter
Charles Morgan ..... Inspector Welland
The Saint is surprised that a rich man injured in an auto accident always has is head and hands bandaged. His daughter
confides in the Saint that there is something highly suspicious about the car crash and there is something very mysterious
about the man her father has become.

2.23 [35] The Saint: THE HIGH FENCE (England) (b-w)
20 February 1964
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by James Hill
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
James Villiers ..... Inspector Pryor
Suzanne Lloyd ..... Gabby Forest
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Claud Eustace Teal
Stanley Meadows ..... Bob Stryker
Harry Towb ..... Johnny Anworth
Dyson Lovell ..... Jim Fasson
Clare Kelly ..... Mrs. Anworth
Peter Jeffrey ..... Quincy
Hazel Hughes ..... Mrs. Stewart
Richard Poore ..... Robbins
Reginald Beckwith ..... Enderby
Simon Templar must match wits with a top London criminal after a date with a beautiful actress.

2.24 [36] The Saint: SOPHIA (Greece) (b-w)
27 February 1964
Screenplay by Robert Stewart; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Roger Moore
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Oliver Reed ..... Aristides
Imogen Hassall ..... Sophia
Tommy Duggan ..... Stavros
Peter Kriss ..... Nico
John Wentworth ..... Professor Hamish Grant
Hal Galili ..... Joe Martin
Raymond Ray ..... Photographer
Wolfe Morris ..... Gorgo
Andreas Malandrinos ..... Greek Villager
The Saint has a holiday in a Greek village, but takes time out of his sight-seeing to settle accounts
with a crook who is threatening the peace of the inhabitants.

2.25 [37] The Saint: THE GENTLE LADIES (Quiet English village) (b-w)
5 March 1963
Screenplkay by John Graeme; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Avice Landone ..... Florence Warshed
Renee Houston ..... Ida Warshed
Barbara Mullen ..... Violet Warshed
Philip O'Flynn ..... Alfred Powls
Anthony Nicholls ..... George Marsh
Timothy Bateson ..... Charley Butterworth
Christina Gregg ..... Kathleen Howard
Frank Sieman ..... Joe Tracey
Gwenda Ewen ..... Miss Wilson
Donald Tandy ..... Detective Sergeant
Barry Wilsher ..... Waiter
The Saint comes to the aid of three women who are being blackmailed by an old acquaintance.

2.26 [38] The Saint: THE EVER-LOVING SPOUSE (b-w)
12 March 1963
Written by Norman Borisoff; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Barry Jones ..... Otis Q. Fennick
Jeanne Moody ..... Liane Fennick
Jacqueline Ellis ..... Norma Upton
Paul Carpenter ..... Brent Kingman
David Bauer ..... Vern Balton
Alexis Kanner ..... Alec Misner
Robert Arden ..... Det. Williams
Janet Brandes ..... Miss Grinshaw
Max Faulkner ..... Desk Clerk
Stuart Nichol ..... Pete
John Bloomfield ..... Stout Man
Bartlett Mullins ..... Bald Man
Hal Galili ..... Bartender
Simon Templar meets a businessman who's being blackmailed.

2.27 [39] The Saint: THE SAINT SEES IT THROUGH (Hamburg, Germany) (b-w)
19 March 1963
Screenplay by Ian Kennedy Martin; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Robert S. Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Margit Saad ..... Lili
Joseph Fürst ..... Dr. Ernst Zellerman
Elspeth March ..... Tante Ada
Guy Deghy ..... Carl Eberhard
Larry Cross ..... John Hamilton
Gordon Sterne ..... Fritz Kapel
Carl Duering ..... Police Captain
Caron Gardner ..... Hat Check Girl
Peter Perkins ..... Otto
Graeme Bruce ..... Policeman
The U.N. ask Simon Templar to investigate art smuggling.

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