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Starring Roger Moore as Simon Templar
Season 5 (1966-67)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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(30Sep66-2Jun67) 26 episodes

5.1 [72] The Saint: THE QUEEN'S RANSOM (Monte Carlo) (In Color)
prod. no. C-14862 / 30 September 1966
Screenplay by Leigh Vance; adapted from the original story by Leslie Charteris.
Directed by Roy Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Dawn Addams ..... Queen Adana
George Pastell ..... King Fallouda
Nora Nicholson ..... Hortense Pemberton
Catherine Feller ..... Michele
Stanley Meadows ..... Georges
Gary Hope ..... Major Aboukir
Patrick Westwood ..... Saleb
Peter Madden ..... Farid
Neville Becker ..... Mahmoud
John Woodvine ..... Pilot
Larry Taylor ..... Mustafa
John Forbes-Robertson ..... Claude
Jean Serret ..... Bank Manager
Andre Charise ..... First Gendarme
Ernst Ulman ..... Arab Servant
The Saint helps a disposed mid east ruler recover jewels needed to fund a counter coup.

5.2 [73] The Saint: INTERLUDE IN VENICE (Venice) (In Color)
prod. no. 4508 / 7 October 1966
Written by Paddy Manning O'Brine
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
William Sylvester ..... Foots Fortunati
Quinn O'Hara ..... Cathy Allardyce
Lois Maxwell ..... Helen
Paul Stassino ..... Prince Ubaldo
Joyce Blair ..... Goldilocks
Richard Warner ..... Don Battista
Robert Ayres ..... John Allardyce
Patrick Troughton ..... Insp. Gambetti
Derek Sydney ..... O'Mallamo
Earl Green ..... Carlo
Hal Galili ..... Toni
Tita Dane ..... The Nun
Simon Templar gets involved in a gangsters revenge plot against a lawyer.

5.3 [74] The Saint: THE RUSSIAN PRISONER (Switzerland) (In Color)
prod. no. C-13056 / 14 October 1966
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Adapted from the original story by Leslie Charteris.
Directed by John Llewellyn Moxey
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Penelope Horner ..... Irma Jorovitch
Joseph Fürst ..... Professor Karel Jorovitch
Guy Deghy ..... Insp. Oscar Kleinhaus
Yootha Joyce ..... Milanov
Godfrey Quigley ..... Kirill
Anthony Booth ..... Pyotr
Robert Crewdson ..... Mikhail Zhukov
Sandor Elès ..... Andre
Raymond Adamson ..... Guard at Villa
Alexis Chesnakov ..... Aristov
William Buck ..... Clerk
The Saint helps a Russian Physicist who wants to defect to the United States.

5.4 [75] The Saint: THE RELUCTANT REVOLUTION (San Pablo) (In Color)
prod. no. 4505 / 21 October 1966
Written by John Stanton
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Barry Morse ..... Victor Lawrence
Jennie Linden ..... Diane Holbrook
Martin Benson ..... Sanchez
Peter Illing ..... President Alverez
Gerard Heinz ..... Hortal
Michael Godfrey ..... Delgado
Peter Halliday ..... Vargas
John Garrie ..... Enrico
Louis Raynor ..... Pablo
Maria Roza ..... Consuela
Norman Florence ..... Morales
Clive Cazes ..... Sentry
Walter Randall ..... Head Waiter
Simon Templar gets involved in a banana republic's revolution.

5.5 [76] The Saint: THE HELPFUL PIRATE (Hamburg) (In Color) (opening credits verified)
prod. no. 4506 / 28 October 1966
Screenplay by Roy Russell/ Adapted from the original story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Roy Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Star:
Erika Remberg ..... Eva
*
End Cast Credit: (not verified)
Paul Maxwell ..... Kolben
Vladek Sheybal ..... Nikita Roskin
Anneke Wills ..... Fran Roeding
Redmond Phillips ..... Professor Roeding
George Pravda ..... Uhrmeister
Jack Gwillim ..... Major Carter
Michael Wolf ..... The Hotel Receptionist
Laurence Herder ..... Alexi
Ray Austin ..... Erich Brauer
Otto Diament ..... The Pawnbroker
A South American Dictator falls under the influence of a corrupt British scientist.

5.6 [77] The Saint: THE CONVENIENT MONSTER (Loch Ness, Scotland) (In Color)
prod. no. 4509 / 4 November 1966
Screenplay by by Terence Freeley; adapted from an original Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Suzan Farmer
..... Ann Clanraith
Laurence Payne ..... Noel Bastion
Caroline Blakiston ..... Eleanor Bastion
Moultrie Kelsall ..... Fergus Clanraith
Fulton Mackay ..... Willie
William Holmes ..... Angus McGraw
Anne Blake ..... Mrs. Moncrieff
Ewan Roberts ..... Inspector Mackenzie
Alistair Hunter ..... The Publican
Brown Derby ..... The Pathologist
Michael Graham ..... First Reporter
Harry Littlewood ..... Second Reporter
The Loch Ness Monster gets blamed for murders in Scotland.

5.7 [78] The Saint: THE ANGEL'S EYE (Amsterdam) (In Color)
prod. no. 4507 / 11 November 1966
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; adapted from an original Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Jane Merrow ..... Mabel Upwater
Liam Redmond ..... Tom Upwater
Anthony Nicholls ..... Lord Cranmore
Donald Pickering ..... Jeremy
T.P. McKenna ..... Malone
Frederic Abbott ..... Corbett
Cyril Shaps ..... Jonkheer
Terence Rigby ..... Zuilen
Martin Wyldeck ..... Van Effen
Arthur Gross ..... Police Sergeant
Katherine Schofield ..... Receptionist
Steven Brook ..... Hotel Clerk
Jean Benedetti ..... Waiter
In Amsterdam a respectable gem cutter denies ever seeing a diamond that was sent to him.

5.8 [79] The Saint: THE MAN WHO LIKED LIONS (Rome) (In Color)
18 November 1966
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by Douglas Enefer
Directed by Jeremy Summers
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Peter Wyngarde ..... Tiberio Magadino
Suzanne Lloyd ..... Claudia Molinelli
Michael Wynne ..... Franco de Cesarie
Jeremy Young ..... Inspector Galba
Michael Forrest ..... Det. Vittorio Leale
Edward Bishop ..... Tony Allard
Peter Elliott ..... Rudolfo Berreeni
Nike Arrighi ..... Serafino Zambini
Robert Russell ..... Guido
Steven Scott ..... Frascatto
Phyllis Montefiore ..... Princess Alexandra
Simon uncovers a strange cult that worships ancient Rome.

5.9 [80] The Saint: THE BETTER MOUSETRAP (South of France) (In Color)
prod. no. 4511 / 25 November 1966
Screenplay by Leigh Vance; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Gordon Flemyng
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Alexandra Stewart ..... Natalie Sheridan
Madge Ryan ..... Bertha Noversham
Ronnie Barker ..... Alphonse
Arnold Diamond ..... Colonel Latignant
Lisa Daniely ..... Milo Gambodi
Eddie Byrne ..... Tench
Patrick Whyte ..... Bernie Kovar
Michael Coles ..... Hugo
Aimée Delamain ..... Lady Haverstock
Marika Rivera ..... Concierge
Pauline Collins ..... Marie-Therese
Alan Downer ..... Gendarme
Robert Bridges ..... Fat Man
Tom Macaulay ..... Banker
Vicky Hughes ..... Mirelle
It appears that Simon is involved in a Riviera jewel robbery.

5.10 [81] The Saint: LITTLE GIRL LOST (Ireland) (In Color)
2 December 1966
Written by Leigh Vance
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
June Ritchie ..... Mildred
Noel Purcell ..... Brendan Cullin
Shay Gorman ..... Mullins
Maurice Good ..... Brine
Edward Burnham ..... Eugene Drew
Colette Dunn ..... Receptionist
Leo Leyden ..... Blaney
Gerry Duggan ..... Mulloon
Betty Cardno ..... Mrs. Mulloon
Peter Ellis ..... Patrick
Eve Belton ..... Tessa
Kevin Flood ..... Sergeant Finnegan
A girl who claims to be Hitler's daughter asks for the Saint's help to escape from the Nazis.

5.11 [82] The Saint: PAPER CHASE (East Germany) (In Color)
9 December 1966
Written by Harry W. Junkin
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Ronald Hines ..... Eric Redman
Niall MacGinnis ..... Colonel Probst
Penelope Horner ..... Hanya
Gordon Gostelow ..... Metz
Jack Gwillim ..... Major Carter
Carl Duering ..... Kruger
Michael Beint ..... Dieter
Steve Plytas ..... Ernst Schwerin
Anthony Wager ..... The Lieutenant
Norma West ..... Receptionist
John G. Heller ..... Major
Hans De Vries ..... Sergeant
Paul Williamson ..... London Policeman
Gordon Sterne ..... Vopos
Frank Maher ..... Kraft
John Herrington ..... Porter
Carl Conway ..... Steward
Simon Templar tracks down a civil servant who has defected with top secret files.

5.12 [83] The Saint: LOCATE AND DESTROY (Lima, Peru, South America) (In Color)
16 December 1966
Written by John Stanton
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
John Barrie ..... Coleman
Francesca Annis ..... Maria
Julia Arnall ..... Ingrid
Roger Delgado ..... Captain Rodriguez
Victor Beaumont ..... Karsh
Maurice Kaufmann ..... Nathan
Alan Lake ..... Jacob
Harry Landis ..... Bloom
Simon Lack ..... Salter
Wolfe Morris ..... Dr. Lopez
Andreas Malandrinos ..... Gonzales
Harvey Hall ..... Merkin
Gordon Whiting ..... Dr. Pineda
Katerina Holden ..... Nurse
Richardo Montez ..... Peon
In South America, Simon Templar helps an Israeli agent capture a fugitive Nazi.

5.13 [84] The Saint: FLIGHT PLAN (In Color)
23 December 1966
Screenplay by Alfred Shaughnessy; Story by Alfred Shaughnessy and Anthony Squire
Directed by Roy Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
William Gaunt ..... Mike Gregory
Fiona Lewis ..... Diana
Imogen Hassell ..... Nadya
Ferdy Mayne ..... Landek
Jeremy Burnham ..... Flight Lieutenant Wills
Tommy Duggan ..... Kovicek
Robert Crewdson ..... Colonel Zaglia
Marne Maitland ..... Hassan
Salmaan Peer ..... Ahmed
Mary Jones ..... Nursing Sister
Donald Oliver ..... Policeman
Ray Lonnen ..... Corporal Buller
David Spenser ..... Atar
Henry McGee ..... Reeves
John Cazabon ..... Dragisha
A nun in high heels has the Saint involved with a VTOL (Vertical Take-Off & Landing) plane theft
which Simon has to learn to fly very quickly.

5.14 [85] The Saint: ESCAPE ROUTE (In Color)
prod. no. 4515 / 30 December 1966
Written by Michael Winder
Directed by Roger Moore
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
John Gregson ..... Colonel Roberts
Wanda Ventham ..... Penny
Ivor Dean ..... Insp. Teal
Donald Sutherland ..... John Wood
Jean Marsh ..... Ann
Jeremy Burnham ..... Harry
Terry Yorke ..... Jim
Romo Gorrara ..... Dave
Vicki Wolf ..... Maggie )
Tony Doonan ..... Snooper
Eric Mason ..... Hal
Edwin Brown ..... Wilson
Walter Horsbrugh ..... The Judge
George Zenios ..... Nicky
To infiltrate a gang specializing in jail breaks, Simon Templar gets himself put in jail!

5.15 [86] The Saint: THE PERSISTENT PATRIOTS (Africa) (In Color)
6 January 1967
Written by Michael Pertwee
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Edward Woodward ..... Jack Liskard
Jan Waters ..... Mary
Judy Parfitt ..... Anne Liskard
Richard Leech ..... Stewart
Ivor Dean ..... Inspector Teal
Tenniel Evans ..... Brand
Mike Pratt ..... Jeff Peterson
Patrick O'Connell ..... Rogers
Nosher Powell ..... Benson
Michael Graham ..... Lockhart
Hugh Morton ..... The Manservant
Joseph Greig ..... The Old Boatman
Gil Sutherland ..... The Young Boatman
Eric Longworth ..... Dr. Butcher
The Saint investigates an assignation attempt against the prime minister of a British colony.

5.16 [87] The Saint: THE FAST WOMEN (Brands Hatch Motor Racing Circuit, England) (In Color)
prod. no. 4515 / 13 January 1967
Written by Leigh Vance
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Jan Holden ..... Cynthia Quillen
Kate O'Mara ..... Teresa Montesino
John Carson ..... Godfrey Quillen
Victor Maddern ..... Enrico Montesino
John Hollis ..... Tordoff
P.G. Stephens ..... Paddy
Valerie Bell ..... Thelma
Donald Morley ..... Inspector Daws
Patrick Durkin ..... Porter
Vilma Ann Leslie ..... Barmaid
Stan Jay ..... The Night Watchman
Harry Brunning ..... The Stage Doorkeeper
Mandy Mayer ..... Glenda
The Saint finds himself in a most dangerous position - between two women who are rivals on the race track
and in love.

5.17 [88] The Saint: THE DEATH GAME (Switzerland) (In Color) (Verified on film)
(sequel #96 "The Power Artists")
Bamore Production for ITC prod. no. 4518 / 20 January 1967
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin; Story by John Kruse
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Stars:
Angela Douglas .........Jenny Turner
Alan McNaughton ........Dr. Manders
With:
George Murcell .........Vogler
John Steiner ...........Grey Wyler
Bernard Horsfall .......Bill Bast
Ivor Dean ..............Chief Inspector Teal (recurring)
Katharine Schofield .. Gretl
Stuart Cooper ..........Joe Halston
Rick Jones .............John Garton
Michael Anthony ........Duval
Karen Ford .............The French Girl
The Saint tries to stop an alliance between a crime ring and psychology students who plan murders.

5.18 [89] The Saint: THE ART COLLECTORS (Paris) (In Color)
prod. no. 4519 / 27 January 1967
Written by Michael Pertwee
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Ann Bell ..... Natasha
Peter Bowles ..... Serge
Nadja Regin ..... Lucille
Geoffrey Bayldon ..... Marcel Legrand
James Maxwell ..... Joseph
Philo Hauser ..... Hans
Richard Shaw ..... Gunter
Garfield Morgan ..... Mundt
Bryan Kendrick ..... Bernard
Simon meets several people who are after three stolen Da Vinci paintings

5.19 [90] The Saint: TO KILL A SAINT (Paris) (In Color)
prod. no. 4520 / 24 February 1967
Written by Michael Winder
Directed by Robert Asher
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Peter Dyneley ..... Paul Verrier
Annette Andre ..... Annette
Derek Bond ..... Fellows
Francis Matthews ..... Andre
Robert Cawdron ..... Le Duc
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
Simon Tempar tries to find out who has a contract out on him, after an attempted assassination.

5.20 [91] The Saint: THE COUNTERFEIT COUNTESS (England) (In Color)
prod. no. 4521 / 3 March 1967
Written by Philip Broadley
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Kate O'Mara ..... Nadine / Yvette
Alexandra Bastedo ..... Mireille
Philip Madoc ..... Alzon
Derek Newark ..... Carl
Ivor Dean ..... Chief Inspector Teal
Henry Soskin ..... Warburg
David Kelsey ..... Miles
Ray Brown ..... Larry
Gertan Klauber ..... The Barman
Cliff Dickens ..... Maurice
Terry Mountain ..... The Gendarme
The Saint is on the trail of counterfeit money.

5.21 [92] The Saint: SIMON AND DELILAH (Rome) (In Color)
prod. no. 4518 / 24 March 1967
Written by Scott Forbes
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Suzanne Lloyd ..... Serena Harris (playing Delilah)
Ronald Radd ..... Roberto Vittorini
Lois Maxwell ..... Beth Parish
Guy Rolfe ..... David Bradley
Leon Greene ..... Tig Jordan
David Healy ..... Hal Ward
Patrick Holt ..... Herbert Wheeler
John Collin ..... Sergio
Ray Chiarella ..... Renzo
Peter Birrel ..... Toni Amato
David Nettheim ..... Inspector Umberto Crepi
Gino Melvazzi ..... Electrician
Vicky Hughes ..... Maria
Richard Montez ..... Guieseppe
Simon Templar investigates when a movie queen (Suzanne Lloyd) and her co-star are kidnapped.

5.22 [93] The Saint: ISLAND OF CHANCE (Caribbean) (In Color)
prod. no. 4523 / 7 April 1967
Written by Leigh Vance
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Sue Lloyd ..... Marla Clayton
David Bauer ..... Dr. Charles Krayford
Patricia Donahue ..... Arlene Bland
Alex Scott ..... Jan Vanderfelt
Milton Johns ..... Vargas
Thomas Baptiste ..... Grant
Christopher Carlos ..... Inspector
Norman Jones ..... Pete
Richard Owens ..... Cody
Kenneth Gardnier ..... Rig
Danny Daniells ..... Barman
Tommy Eytle ..... Calypso Singer
Charles Hyatt ..... Maitre D'Hotel
The Saint travels to the Caribbean to find the murderer of an old friend.

5.23 [94] The Saint: THE GADGET LOVERS (Berlin-Paris) (In Color)
prod. no. 4524 / 21 April 1967
Screenplay by John Kruse; Story by Leslie Charteris
Directed by Jim O'Connolly
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Mary Peach ..... Tania Smolenko
Campbell Singer ..... Fenton
Glynn Edwards ..... Igor
Nicholas Donnelly ..... Ivan
John Bennett ..... Muller
Burt Kwouk ..... Colonel Wing
Vernon Dobtcheff ..... Vogel
Wolf Frees ..... Anton
Maurice Browning ..... Blagot
Stephen Hubay ..... Klaus
Peter Burton ..... Molliere
Stefan Gryff ..... The Waiter
Trudi Neilsen ..... Gretchen
The Saint helps a Russian agent find the killer of a fellow agent.

5.24 [95] The Saint: A DOUBLE IN DIAMONDS (In Color)
prod. no. 4525 / 5 May 1967
Screenplay by Harry W. Junkin Story by Donald Ford & Derek Ford
Directed by John Gilling
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Cecil Parker ..... Lord Gillingham
Anton Rodgers ..... Pierre
Yolande Turner ..... Kate
Ivor Dean ..... Chief Inspector Teal
Ilona Rodgers ..... Mary
Ferdy Mayne ..... Nicholas
Howard Goorney ..... Mercier
Jack Woolgar ..... Charlie Hallowes
The Graham Twins (Dora & Doris) ..... Valerie / Veronica
John Clive ..... Garton
Yvette Herries ..... Michelle
Tim Barrett ..... The Steward
Alan Haywood ..... Sergeant Knox
Pauline Clifford ..... The Commentator
Brian Harrison ..... The Pilot
While investigating the murder of a jeweler, the Saint is led into a plot to steal a necklace

5.25 [96] The Saint: THE POWER ARTISTS (In Color)
(sequel to #88 "The Death Game")
prod. no. 4526 / 19 May 1967
Written by John Kruse
Directed by Leslie Norman
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Pauline Munro ..... Cassie
George Murcell ..... Vogler
Ivor Dean ..... Chief Inspector Teal
Tristram Jellinek ..... Finlay Thorp-Jones
Peter Bourne ..... Perry
John Bown ..... Shard
John J. Carney ..... Clay
George Roubicek ..... Carter
Alan Haywood ..... Sergeant Knox
Anthony Dawes ..... The Clerk
Charles Rea ..... Jack
Tommy Godfrey ..... TheTaxi Driver
Michael Pemberton ..... The Policeman
Caron Gardner ..... Dolly Girl
Charlotte Selwyn ..... Dolly Girl
John Bull ..... Boy with Banjo
Edward Higgins ..... Doorman
Simon gets framed for murder after a visit to an artist's studio.

5.26 [97] The Saint: WHEN SPRING IS SPRUNG (London) (In Color)
prod. no. 4527 / 2 June 1967
Written by Michael Pertwee
Directed by Jim O'Connolly
Starring: Roger Moore as Simon Templar "The Saint"
Guest Cast:
Toby Robins ..... Joanne Dell
Ann Lynn ..... Marie Spring
Allan Cuthbertson ..... Colonel Hannerly
Ivor Dean ..... Chief Inspector Teal
George Pastell ..... Vulanin
Gary Watson ..... John Spring
Harvey Ashby ..... Peter Quentin
Douglas Livingstone ..... Watters
Bryan Mosley ..... First Sleuth
Eric Dodson ..... Prosecuting Counsel
Les Crawford ..... First Russian Guard
Peter Brace ..... Second Russian Guard
Doel Luscombe ..... Police Officer Witness
Kenneth Edwards ..... The Judge
Colin Rix ..... The Radio Expert
Leslie Anderson ..... The Cleaner
John Frawley ..... The Doctor
A pretty girl (Ann Lynn) lures Simon Templar into a plot to free a Soviet spy, who is waiting trial in London.

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