"The Saint" The Arrow of God (TV Episode 1962) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • A slimy gossip columnist is killed and it's up to Simon to find the true murderer from the list of subjects.

  • In Nassau, at a weekend stay given by Lucy and Herbert Wexhall, slimy gossip columnist, Floyd Vosper's murdered by an arrow. Since Vosper had uncovered unpleasant secrets on each guest present his death seems to be anything but Divine intervention. The Saint joins with the local police to discover who murdered Vosper.

  • Simon Templar's been invited to spend the weekend in her villa in the Bahamas. Her husband has invited notorious gossip columnist, Floyd Vosper as a guest. As soon as Vosper arrives, he starts insulting the other guests, and makes them nervous, when he says he knows some uncomfortable truths about their past. This goes not only for each one. That evening, Vosper's found dead with an arrow in his chest. Simon helps the police to solve the murder.

  • In sun-kissed Nassau, during a cosy weekend in the villa of his affluent friends, Lucy and Herbert, the Saint finds the opportunity to mingle with the distinguished guests of the family. Without a doubt, the centre of attention is the successful columnist, Floyd Vosper: an unpleasant British journalist who specialises in malicious vitriol; especially on each one of the present guests. Before long, Templar realises that, even though Floyd is an awful person, he is, however, a man who uses the truth as his shield, being the only reliable defence against libel. When a lethal arrow kills Floyd, everyone welcomes the event as divine intervention; nevertheless, no one has a solid alibi. Can the Saint and the local police to solve this puzzling case?


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