There's nothing better than an old black & white movie to help you build a presentation and The Saint in New York (an RKO picture from 1938 ) is no exception. Loius Haywards rendition of Simon Templar is quite different from the goody two-shoes portrayed by Roger Moore or the boring, tart-with-a-heart, thief of Val Kilmer. Haywards Templar is a smiling killer who'd make a decent villian in most flicks but is satisfied with offing crooks. I like him.
Sunday, October 09, 2005