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The Saint: The Happy Suicide

In New York, talk show host Ziggy Zaglan wants Simon as a guest on his show, and will stop at nothing to get him. But Ziggy has problems of his own when his scriptwriter, half-brother Paul, quits to write a tell-all book and then turns up dead of an apparent suicide.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x23
Airdate: Thursday March 11th, 1965

Director: Robert Tronson
Story: Leslie Charteris
Screenplay: Brian Degas

Alternate Airdates:

Germany Jun 21, 1968

Guest Stars
Jane MerrowJane Merrow
As Lois Norroy
John BluthalJohn Bluthal
As Ziggy Zaglan
William Sylvester (1)William Sylvester (1)
As Ralph Damian
Jerry StovinJerry Stovin
As Ted Coblin
William DexterWilliam Dexter
As Paul Zaglan
Donald SutherlandDonald Sutherland
As J. R. McCleery
Fred SadoffFred Sadoff
As Captain Williams
Mavis VilliersMavis Villiers
As The Texas Mother
Kevin BrennanKevin Brennan
As Jack Gill
Annie RossAnnie Ross
As Herself
Main Cast
Roger MooreRoger Moore
As Simon Templar
Episode Quotes
Simon: You might wonder what it's is like to be a coast-to-coast idol with 75 million viewers. Ziggy Zaglan should be able to tell you. That wasn't a storm he was sitting on, it's a pedestal about a thousand foot high. It is a long, long way to fall for Ziggy. And sooner or later, he probably will.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerRobert S. Baker  |  Monty Berman
Music EditorDeveril Goodman
Make-upBill Lodge (1)
Camera OperatorFrank Watts
Script SupervisorHarry W. Junkin
Director of PhotographyJ.W. Harvey
Production SupervisorJohnny Goodman
Art DirectorAllan Harris
Sound EditorJeanne Henderson  |  Rydal Love
Sound RecordistNorman Coggs  |  Len Abbott
Music ComposerEdwin Astley
Assistant DirectorPat Kelly (1)
ContinuityJosie Fulford
Casting DirectorDavid Booth (4)
Wardrobe SupervisorLaura Nightingale
Created ByLeslie Charteris
HairdresserHelen Penfold
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