Track Listing: 1. Touchez Pas Au Grisbi: Touchez Pas Au Grisbi - Jean Wetzel 2. Touchez Pas Au Grisbi: Grisbi Blues - Jean Wetzel 3. Le Piège: Cora - Alain Goraguer 4. Le Piège: Patricia - Alain Goraguer 5. Le Piège: Belinda - Alain Goraguer 6. Le Piège: Amanda - Alain Goraguer 7. Le Saint Mène La Danse: Générique - Michel de Villers 8. Le Saint Mène La Danse: Slow Bleu Bleu Bleu - Michel de Villers 9. Le Saint Mène La Danse: Cha Cha De Cullera - Michel de Villers 10. Le Saint Mène La Danse: Il Se Passe Quelque Chose - Michel de Villers 11. Le Saint Mène La Danse: Le Ciel C'est Toi - Michel de Villers 12. Les Ennemis: No Hay Dinero Caballo - Gonzalo Fernandez 13. Les Ennemis: Va Ya Pa'ti - Gonzalo Fernandez 14. Les Ennemis: Les Ennemis (Générique) - Gonzalo Fernandez 15. Les Ennemis: L'espionnage - Gonzalo Fernandez 16. Le Procès (the Trial): Sentimental Slow - Martial Solal 17. Touchez Pas Au Grisbi: Touchez Pas Au Grisbi [Alternate Take] - Jean Wetzel 18. Touchez Pas Au Grisbi: Touchez Pas Au Grisbi [Reprise] - Jean Wetzel
The soundtrack is available from Amazon USA, UK, and France.
Just a quick reminder that The Return of The Saint DVD Set from Network is shipping today from Amazon UK. This set is the definitive collection and features many extras, including voice-overs by Ian Ogilvy.
LimeWire allows you to search for multiple files at the same time, available in several different languages, and is most famous for its ease-of-use and cross-platform compatibility. LimeWire will run on Windows, Macintosh, Linux, Solaris, and other operating systems.
Squidoo was started by Seth Godin and allows anyone to create a unique vantage point, called a "lens," of the worldwide web with a certain focus. It is an interesting idea that benefits charities and gives everyone a forum for sharing their view of the world.
The Saint's Volvo This is a lens all about The Saint's Volvo 1800 as seen on the 1960s TV show starring Roger Moore.
Leslie Charteris and The Saint Leslie Charteris was the author of The Saint books. His modern-day Robin Hood was named Simon Templar, whose alias was The Saint. Roger Moore drove around TV in the 1960s in a white Volvo P1800 on the TV series, The Saint.
The Saint's Jaguar XJS In the late 1970's Robert S. Baker starting gathering a production team for The Son of The Saint in which a young and up-and-coming star would play Simon Templar's son. The idea would be to have Roger Moore introduce the series, and then occasionally...
Burl Barer, Edgar Award Winning Brilliant Author Burl Barer is an Edgar Award winner and two time Anthony Award nominee with ten or eleven or twelve books in print, depending upon what country you live in, and what language you read. Burl Barer has extensive media, advertising, marketing, and publi...
In The Saint movie from 1997, starring Val Kilmer, Simon Templar used a Nokia 9000i Communicator. In addition to voice calls, the Nokia 9000 Communicator enabled The Saint to send and receive faxes, e-mail and short messages as well as access Internet services and corporate and public databases. Simon also made good use of the electronic calendar, address book, notepad, and calculator.
It is now 10 years later, and in 2007 it seems that The Saint would use something a bit more like the new Apple iPhone. It is infinitely more powerful, with breakthrough Internet desktop-class email, web browsing, Google maps, and searching. I can only imagine the kind of trouble and adventure that The Saint would find with the power of this device. Perhaps the London Times article that sends him down his next adventure will be read on the Apple iPhone.
The Saint, starring Roger Moore, is back on BBC America.
Broadcast Schedule (All times Eastern): Monday, January 22, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 10 The Man Who Liked Lions Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 11 The Better Mousetrap Wednesday, January 24, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 12 Little Girl Lost Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 13 The Paper Chase Friday, January 26, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 14 Flight Plan Monday, January 29, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 15 The Fast Women Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 16 Escape Route Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 17 The Persistent Patriots Thursday, February 1, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 18 The Death Game Friday, February 2, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 19 The Art Collectors Monday, February 5, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 20 To Kill a Saint Tuesday, February 6, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 21 The Counterfeit Countess Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at 3:00 AM: Ep. 3 The Convenient Monster Wednesday, February 7, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 22 Simon and Delilah Thursday, February 8, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 23 Island of Chance Friday, February 9, 2007 at 4:00 PM: Ep. 24 The Gadget Lovers
If anyone has news about where else The Saint or The Return of The Saint is playing in the world, please use the comment feature below.
The frequently asked questions (FAQ) about The Saint and Leslie Charteris was started in 1997 by Ian Dickerson, Honorary Secretary of The Saint Club, and is maintained with help of Dan Bodenheimer, webmaster of www.saint.org, and Burl Barer, author of "The Saint: A Complete History in Print, Film, Radio and Television. 1928 - 1992" and "The Saint" (movie tie-in paperback).
This set is eagerly anticipated, and features a number of commentary tracks that were recorded in late 2006 exclusively for this release.
Ian Dickerson of The Saint Club was heavily involved in the creation of this set and getting a great deal of extras on the DVDs. And you can be sure that he did a great job in pulling together a wealth of extras from a good number of different sources. I especially like the PDF files that will be included, as the ones from the Roger Moore series by Network were also of very high quality.
Peter L. Stern & Co., Inc., a rare book dealer in Boston has a great number of amazing Leslie Charteris editions available for sale. The majority of them are fine presentation editions in special clamshell boxes that are inscribed by Leslie Charteris to his own mother. These are extremely rare, and quite exceptional items to have been made available. Most of them are editions of The Saint's early adventures, and there are a few non-Saint's as well.
Here's a sample:
Daredevil. London: Ward, Lock, 1929, 1929. First Edition. A few tiny cloth spots; very good to fine in a custom clamshell box; Kaye bookplate. Presentation copy; with an exceptional inscription from the author to his mother, "To Mother - with my love. An unlimited edition has been specially prepared for private circulation among the general public, of which a few will be numbered & signed by the Author. This is No: 1. Leslie Charteris. Second of January 1929."
The Holy Terror. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1932, 1932. First Edition. Cloth spotted and faded; very good in a custom clamshell box; Kaye bookplate. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author, "for Mother with love Leslie Charteris."
Once More The Saint. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1933, 1933. First Edition. Very good in a custom clamshell box; Kaye bookplate. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author, "for Mother with love Leslie."
The Last Hero. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1930, 1930. First Edition. A few tiny cloth spots; very good to fine in a custom clamshell box; Kaye bookplate. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author, "for Mother (and it IS a good book). Leslie Charteris. 8.5.30."
Roger Moore has been taking and answering questions on his website for a couple of years now. He is now soliciting questions for January 2007. If you have questions about the upcoming Saint TV show, now is the time to get the facts.
The current issue (#8) of CinemaRetro has an article about Roger Moore and his recent honor at Elstree Studios.
This is the second time Roger Moore has appeared in CinemaRetro. In issue #2, Cinema Retro was invited to spend a day with Sir Roger as he attended a charity banquet with show business royalty, followed by a public screening of "The Man Who Haunted Himself". Get an inside look at a day in the life of this living legend.
Bill Krzastek, the owner of a 1967 Volvo 1800 used in the Roger Moore TV series, The Saint, writes:
Hello to All and Happy New Year! This past year, Motor Trend Classic magazine and Executive Editor, Matt Stone, borrowed "ST1" and published an article on the car and it's history in "The Saint" TV series. I'm happy to say that the article (with lots of excellent photos) is now online. Please use this link to see it. I hope you enjoy it! Best Regards to All, Bill
The extras have been confirmed on the forthcoming DVD box set of Return of the Saint from Network, which is due in the shops on January 29th. Alongside all 24 episodes of the show are:
• The Saint Steps In... to the 70s - Narrated by Sir Roger Moore, this is a unique and exclusive documentary on the making of the series which features contributions from Ian Ogilvy, producer Robert S. Baker and others involved with the production of the series.
• Four exclusive commentaries featuring Ian Ogilvy, producer Robert S. Baker, production manager Malcolm Christopher and writer John Goldsmith
• The Saint and the Brave Goose – feature-length version of the Collision Course two-parter which is presented in its episodic format on discs four and five.
• Episodic Image gallery with music suite
• Title sequence storyboard gallery
• Return of The Saint Script Archive - Presented here in PDF format are original scripts (plus some changes and meeting notes) for Return of the Saint. These PDFs can only be viewed on suitable software on a PC/Mac and cannot be viewed on your DVD player. The scripts are: Appointment in Florence, Assault Force, The Debt Collectors, The Diplomat’s Daughter, Hot Run, Nightmare Man, The Obono Affair, The Poppy Chain, Tower Bridge is Falling Down and Vicious Circle. Also included is Prince of Darkness – an unproduced script in which the Saint fights vampires.
• Promotional image gallery
• Memorabilia image gallery
• Generic Return of the Saint trailer
• European opening titles featuring vocal theme "Taking it Easy" by Oliver Onions
• Previously unseen rushes from the title sequence (mute)
• Commercial Break Bumpers
• Textless material (mute)
• The Saint at Elstree featurette - A plaque honouring Roger Moore is unveiled at Elstree Studios in December 2006
• Return of The Saint annuals in PDF format (1979 & 1980)
Burl Barer has written a short story that is exclusively for sale on Amazon.com entitled, The Treasure of Sir Thomas Conway. It is priced at only 49 cents, and well worth the small investment!
This story is a very clever satire written in a Saintly manner by the noted author of a number of books on The Saint. It is a classic caper with a twist at the end, with its roots firmly entrenched in The Falcon, Raffles, The Saint, and the other gentleman thieves. Watch for Burl's classic touches with regards to the title, the main character's name, and others.
Burl Barer Speaks About The Treasure of Sir Thomas Conway: I've always held affection for the classic gentleman crooks featured in motion pictures produced in the 1930's and 1940s by RKO. I also favor the once-popular literary form known as the novelette. In “The Treasure of Sir Thomas Conway,” our hero's name, Falcon Arcaio, sets the satirical tone for this modern day reworking of an old fashioned recipe for adventure.
Happy New Year 2007 to all the Saint fans out there in the world. It's shaping up to be a good year for The Saint, and we have a lot of good things to look forward to. The forthcoming release of the new DVD box set of The Return of The Saint is going to be especially good.
The buzz and rumors on the new Saint TV show from Geoffrey Moore are starting to get louder, and if that becomes a reality then there will certainly be a lot more to talk about in the coming months!
We're also keeping a sharp eye on Ian Dickerson's biography of Leslie Charteris, entitled, "A Saint I Aint!"