|Runtime||30 min, 60 min|
|Plot||Produced by the ABC as its television network was just getting off the ground, this program was one of the first dramatic series television to attract top-name actors and actresses. Performing plays by such authors as Poe and Thurber, cast members included current well-known performers like Julie Harris and Cloris Leachman, as well as up-and-coming talents like Marlon Brando. The series was renamed "The Play's the Thing" midway through its final season.... search for Actor's Studio on IMDb|
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|The Saint: The Complete Monochrome Series (1962-1965) / REGION 2 PAL / British Network Release / 18 DVD Disc Set / Actors: Roger Moore / Writer: Leslie Charteris / Box set, Black & White, PAL / Studio: Network / Run Time: 3550 minutes / 71 episodes of Roger Moore as Simon Templar In late 1961, Leslie Charteris finally sold the television rights to The Saint to producer Robert S. Baker, who teamed up with Lew Grade of ITC to film 71 black and white episodes. These episodes were based on the books and short stories written by Leslie Charteris, with additional material added by the screenwriters listed below including Harry Junkin. The show was well-received by British audiences, but ITC could not find a network in the US to carry the show. ITC syndicated The Saint in the US, and it became a huge hit, making it one of the most successful first-run syndicated shows in history. 1962 - Black and White # The Talented Husband, screenplay by Jack Saunders # The Latin Touch, screenplay by Gerald Kelsey and Dick Sharples # The Careful Terrorist, screenplay by Gerald Kelsey and Dick Sharples # The Covetous Headsman, screenplay by John Roddick # The Loaded Tourist, screenplay by Richard Harris # The Pearls of Peace, screenplay by Richard Harris # The Element of Doubt, screenplay by Norman Borisoff # The Arrow of God, screenplay by Julian Bond # The Effete Angler, screenplay by Norman Borisoff # The Golden Journey, screenplay by Lewis Davidson # The Man who was Lucky, screenplay by John Gilling # The Charitable Countess, screenplay by Gerald Kelsey and Dick Sharples 1963 - Black and White # The Romantic Matron, screenplay by Larry Forrester # The Invisible Millionaire, screenplay by Kenneth Hayles # The Gentle Ladies, screenplay by John Graeme # The Ever-loving Spouse, screenplay by Norman Borisoff # The Saint Sees it Through, screenplay by Ian Martin ...|
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