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The Saint: The Crooked Ring

When a series of deaths plague the boxing rings of London, Simon gets a request to help from a young lady and ends up in the ring with the Masked Angel.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x3
Airdate: Thursday July 15th, 1965

Director: Leslie Norman
Story: Leslie Charteris
Screenplay: Terry Nation

Alternate Airdates:

Germany Aug 30, 1968

Guest Stars
Walter Brown (2)Walter Brown (2)
As 'Doc' Spangler
Tony WrightTony Wright
As Steve Nelson
Meredith Edwards (1)Meredith Edwards (1)
As Whitey Mullins
Nosher PowellNosher Powell
As The Angel
John TateJohn Tate
As Dave Snyders
Barry LinehanBarry Linehan
As Max (as Barry Lineham)
Jean AubreyJean Aubrey
As Connie Grady
Irvin AllenIrvin Allen
As Torpedo Smith
Doris HareDoris Hare
As Mrs. Barlow
MacDonald HobleyMacDonald Hobley
As Radio Commentator
Main Cast
Roger MooreRoger Moore
As Simon Templar
Episode Notes
Adapted from The Masked Angel by Leslie Charteris.

Episode Quotes
Simon: Fighting with the fists is one of the oldest sports in the world. Even back in the ancient days of Rome, it was popular. Then the gladiators used a form of leather called the cestus, which was filled with iron or lead. Fortunately since those days, the gloves have changed. But not the object of the fight. Two men still face each other with the sole idea of beating the other into submission. I wonder who called it "the noble art"?

Other Episode Crew

ProducerRobert S. Baker  |  Monty Berman
EditorPeter Pitt
Music EditorDeveril Goodman
Make-upBill Lodge (1)
Camera OperatorFrank Watts
Script SupervisorHarry W. Junkin
Director of PhotographyLionel Banes
Production SupervisorJohnny Goodman
Art DirectorAllan Harris
Sound EditorRydal Love
Sound RecordistLen Abbott  |  Norman Coggs
Music ComposerEdwin Astley
Assistant DirectorKen Baker (1)
ContinuityJosie Fulford
Casting DirectorDavid Booth (4)
Wardrobe SupervisorLaura Nightingale
Created ByLeslie Charteris
HairdresserHelen Penfold
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