The Saint

Season 1 Episode 2

The Latin Touch

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Aired Unknown Oct 11, 1962 on ITV
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Simon attempts to rescue a kidnapped girl.

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    Marie Burke

    Marie Burke

    Signora Unciello

    Guest Star

    Alexander Knox

    Alexander Knox

    Governor Hudson Inverest

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    Warren Mitchell

    Warren Mitchell

    Marco

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      • Ada Harmer: We've only got forty-five minutes for the Coliseum. We haven't even started yet. It looked much better in that Cecil B. DeMille movie.
        Eddie Harmer: You'd think they'd fix it up a bit. Hasn't got a roof on it.

      • Simon: He'll take 300.
        Sue: What did you say to him?
        Simon: Nothing.
        Marco: Nothing? he called me a liar, a thief, and an idiot. And something which is not translatable into English.
        Simon: Well, I'll take back the idiot part. You park your cab over there and wait for us.
        Marco: Wait? Me? Drive a man who has insulted Marco di Cesari. Never! I have my pride, senor.
        Simon: A thousand lira in advance.
        Marco: I wait in the taxi.

      • Marco: Oh, signorina, you sing like an angel. If I don't have a wife and seven children, hoo-hoo!
        Maria: If you have a wife and seven children, signore, you should not be here.

      • Simon Templar: Depending on how you feel, Rome is either the most historic city in the world or it's a city of yells, bells and smells where every street vendor and sidewalk photographer is out to make a fast buck from the unsuspecting tourist.

      • Simon Templar: The meek shall inherit the earth.
        Tony Unciello: Yeah, when the strong get through with it.

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