The modern-day Cold War spy flick phenomenon began with James Bond, of course, but there were numerous spin-offs for big and small screen. Among the TV versions were The Avengers, The Man from U.N.C.L.E, The Persuaders, Mission: Impossible and one that any spy-loving product of the '60s will remember fondly: The Saint. It starred an uber-dapper (pre-Sir) Roger Moore as the main character, Simon Templar, a bit of a Robin Hood-like righter of wrongs. Templar was British, cultured, principled, loved the ladies and
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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