The Saint in New York (1938) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Ben Holmes and produced by William Sistrom.
The Saint in New YorkBy RBuccicone on Nov 29, 2012 From MacGuffin Movies
The Saint in New York (1938) By 1938, the Saint had been alive in the novels of Leslie Charteris for?10 years, and although Simon Templar’s adventures largely take place overseas, Hollywood clearly could not resist the opportunity to make the first film adaptation set in its own country.?The S... Read full article
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Sebastian Lipke, Taxi Driver: Best brakes in town, Boss, where to?
Simon Templar, aka The Saint: [Gets in] 49th, near 8th.
[reads taxi license on back of seat]
Simon Templar, aka The Saint: Just forget about those lights, Sebastian.
Sebastian Lipke, Taxi Driver: [looks back] Say, I know you!
Simon Templar, aka The Saint: Why shouldn't you? My life's an open book.
Sebastian Lipke, Taxi Driver: [looks back again] Why, you're the Saint! I seen your picture in tonight's paper!
Simon Templar, aka The Saint: Terrible picture. Made me look like Tarzan.
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At one point, Louis Hayward as the Saint would refer to himself as "a lone wolf." In 1954, Hayward would play The Lone Wolf in a TV series.
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