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|The Saint: The Brazilian Connection|
|Directed by||Ian Toynton|
|Produced by||Muir Sutherland|
|Written by||Anthony Horowitz|
|Based on||character created by Leslie Charteris|
Taffner Ramsay-Templar Productions
|Distributed by||Network Seven|
The Saint: The Brazilian Connection is a 1989 TV film featuring Simon Dutton as Simon Templar, the crimefighter also known as The Saint. It was one of a series of Saint films produced in Australia and broadcast as part of the syndicated series Mystery Wheel of Adventure.
When a baby is kidnapped in London, The Saint follows a trail to a black-market baby ring based in Brazil.
This movie was one of six 100-minute TV films starring Simon Dutton, made for London Weekend Television (LWT) in the United Kingdom. It was postponed due to poor ratings, but went out as part of The Mystery Wheel of Adventure in the United States:
The film was broadcast on 2 September 1989.
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