The Saint's Vacation

1941

The Saint's Vacation is a 1941 adventure film produced by the British arm of RKO Pictures. The film stars Hugh Sinclair as Simon Templar, also known as "The Saint", a world-roving crimefighter who walks the fine edge of the law. This was the seventh of eight films in RKO's film series about the character created by Leslie Charteris. It was Sinclair's first appearance as Templar, having taken over the role from George Sanders, who then stepped into RKO's "Falcon" series. The film is the seventh of nine features produced by RKO Pictures featuring suave detective Simon Templar and it marks a major change in the series, shifting production to England.

The film was based upon Charteris' 1932 novel, Getaway (also known as The Saint's Getaway) and, like all the other films in the RKO Saint series, considerable liberties were taken with the original story. Most notably, the time frame of the story has been moved up to the Second World War, with the villains of the piece being Nazis. The film also disregards the fact that Getaway was in fact the third chapter of a trilogy which included the earlier works The Last Hero and Knight Templar. Unlike other films in the Saint series, Charteris himself co-wrote the screenplay. Also, unlike the previous Saint films, which were produced in Hollywood, The Saint's Vacation was produced and filmed in the United Kingdom.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1941
weitere Titel:
The Saint's Vacation sh ast
De saint neemt vacantie
Genre:Propagandafilm, Romanverfilmung
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich, Vereinigte Staaten
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 481
Verleih:RKO Pictures
Regie:Leslie Fenton
Drehbuch:Leslie Charteris
Jeffrey Dell
Kamera:Bernard Knowles
Schnitt:Al Barnes
Musik:Bretton Byrd
Produzent:William Sistrom
Darsteller:Hugh Sinclair
Leueen MacGrath
Gordon McLeod
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