I've been watching a DVD copy of The Saint: Seasons 1&2, which was a Christmas gift I received from my daughter and her boyfriend.
I've been a huge fan of The Saint since the British TV program first aired on American TV in the early 1960s when I was a teenager. I went on to read Leslie Charteris' novels and short stories about Simon Templar.
Rober Moore's Templar was a cool, witty and tough globe-traveling crime fighter (although The Saint himself was a Robin Hood-type of crook).
Although I would later dislike Roger Moore's light and comedic portrayal of Ian Fleming's iconic character James Bond, I thought his portrayal of Leslie Charteris' Simon Templar was near perfect.
I enjoyed listening to the DVD's audio commentary and hearing the clever, classy and amusing Moore and the TV program's producers discuss the series and the episodes' back stories.
You can read more about the DVD from www.shoutfactory.com:
You can watch the first intro to The Saint, in which Roger Moore speaks to the camera, via the below link. I love it when a halo appears over his head when his name is first spoken and then the Edwin Ashley theme song kicks in: