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The Saint in London(1939)

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  • The Saint

    • John Campbell
    • 6/9/10

    The Saint series are very entertaining. Sanders in London and Palm Springs are favorites (with Duggen and Goldy Locks very good as a supprting characters). Hayward plays Templar entirely diffrerent, but very good in his own right - especially in New York.

  • The Saint in London, staring George Sanders

    • Bob
    • 3/14/10

    This is "The Saint" at his best. This black & white film shot in 1939 is great in every detail of wit, mystery and story telling. The story is fast moving and greatly entertaining, the car sequences are done so well you really get a feel for Pre-War England. George Sanders as the Saint with his American side kick are (2) great performances. The Collecton of the Saints series shot in the late 30's and early 40's shoud be relaease in a Collection.

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