When the elderly Mrs. Yarmouth is tricked into handing over church funds by a plausible confidence trickster - or 'bunco artist' - and his wife, the Saint and Mrs. Yarmouth's actress daughter set off in hot pursuit to confront the tricksters and stage a little pantomime of their own to fleece the wrong-doers of their ill-gotten gains and more.
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Did You Know?
In one of the opening scenes of the city is a theater marquee showing Phyllis Calvert and Marius Goring in Ronald Duncan's play Ménage à Trois. In 1963, when this episode was filmed, the theater would have been the Lyric Theater, located on Shaftesbury Avenue in the City of Westminster. The Lyric opened there in 1888. See more
The money handed to the bartender by Jean at about 31 minutes in was a US dollar bill. This scene was supposedly in France. See more
Good evening Ma'am!
Are you a Yank?
No Ma'am, I'm Texan!
Just the same thing, isn't it?
No, Ma'am. You see, the United States is a country, Texas is a state of mind!