In an unusual move for a mere program picture, RKO Radio filmed A Saint in London on location in England, using a largely British cast and crew. George Sanders makes his second appearance as suave soldier of fortune Simon Templer, aka The Saint. This time, Templar gets mixed up with a gang of counterfeiters who've murdered and robbed a European count of 1,000,000 pounds. He is aided reluctantly by Scotland Yard inspector Teal (Gordon McLeod), who's convinced that Templar himself pulled off the heist, and less reluctantly by light-fingered Dugan (David Burns) and dizzy socialite Penny Parker (Sally Gray). The Saint in London was directed by John Paddy Carstairs, who later worked on some of the episodes of the Saint TV series.
Jennifer H (ag) wrote: Burns films remind me of Allen films. It makes sense seeing as Burns is a huge Allen fan. Both often use the streets of NYC as a backdrop (although Allen has ventured off to filming in Europe), and both love creating dialogue driven (read: "talky") films.Though Burns' films are not as good as Allen's are. I still find some of them enjoyeable and real (though chaotic). Newlyweds is one of the better Burns films I have seen in a while.
Nikkittaannequeyahoocom N (ru) wrote: I strongly believe that more movies like this one will bring people closer to Christ. The title looks a bit scarey but I guess the message they are trying to bring across is what is important uh.
Sunshine s (ca) wrote: Manhattan's rodent population is being terrorized by a vicious night monster, and Fievel's spending many sleepless nights worrying about his family's safety. In search of a little reassurance, Fievel accompanies his sister, Tanya, to her job at th...
Phillip R (ca) wrote: An amazing look inside the Pentacostal church by a trusted and famous pastor, who admits that it's all a scam. Marjoe Gortner was a child prodogy. The son of pentacostal parents who was trained to recite versus, how to give a great performance and when to solicit money from believers. He was ordained at the age of four and continued to preach into his teens. He gave up preaching and joined the hippy movement until in his twenties, needing money, went back to the only thing he knew how to do well. Preach and get people to empty their wallets for God.