The Saint in London (1939)





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This comedy is based on George M. Cohan's popular play and centers on an American businessman and his family who journey to England to meet a prominent English lord. It is an important meeting complicated by the fact that neither men care for each other's nationality. Unfortunately, their children have no such bias and they end up falling in love, forcing the two men to reconcile their differences. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts , Mystery & Suspense
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RKO Pictures


George Sanders
as Simon Templar/The Saint
Sally Gray
as Penelope "Penny" Parker
David Burns
as Dugan
Gordon McLeod
as Insp. Teal
Henry Oscar
as Bruno Lang
Ralph Truman
as Kussella
Carl Jaffe
as Stengler
Norah Howard
as Mrs. Morgan
Charles Carson
as Mr. Morgan
Ballard Berkeley
as Richard Blake
John Abbott
as Count Duni
Athene Seyler
as Mrs. Buckley
Charles Paton
as Tobacco Shop Proprietor
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The enjoyment comes from Sanders showing off his smarts and charm.

Full Review… | December 30, 2006
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