The Saint (1962–1969)
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The Sign of the Claw 

The Saint confronts a terrorist gang in the South East Asian jungles.

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Simon Templar
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Don Morland
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Max Valmon
Geoffrey Frederick ...
Major Rowney
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Dr. Julias
Kenjin Takari ...
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Tawau
John Rees ...
Gale (as John Reese)
Kristopher Kum ...
Michael Chow ...
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The Saint is in Malaya, working for the British government to locate a local terrorist gang who have killed a friend of his. He stays at a farm owned by Don Morland and his daughter Jean and finds that they are being threatened to leave by a neighbour called Valmon. When the Morlands refuse the farm is attacked and Jean is abducted. The Saint must rescue her and unmask the leader of the terrorists who goes by the Sign of the Claw. Written by don @ minifie-1

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4 February 1965 (UK)  »

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Rushed, disjointed but still good
10 July 2011 | by (London, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A few thoughts:

It feels rushed. One thing, then another, then another. It is as if the original story was far too long to cram into one hour (including ads) - which it almost certainly was. But they'd done better in similar situations before.

The real answer to this problem is to have more than one episode or make a movie - something they did try towards the end of the run although sadly, not with original Charteris novels.

Machine guns! Cool!

Suzan Farmer is, as ever, perfect. It's amazing she didn't go on to greater things.

Dr Julius isn't nearly evil enough and doesn't get nearly enough airtime considering the effort that Templar made to find him.

And yet, despite all this - it's still fun.


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