My 1965 edition listed on Amazon.
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The Saint's Vacation is the title of a 1941
action-adventure film produced by RKO Pictures. The film
starred Hugh Sinclair as Simon Templar, a.k.a. "The
Saint" a world-roving crimefighter who walks the
fine edge of the law. This was one of a series of films
based loosely upon the character created by Leslie
Charteris for a series of novels and novellas. It was
Sinclair's first appearance as Templar, having taken over
the role from George Sanders.
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Bonus: Included on the DVD for your entertainment is The Saint Takes Over (RKO 1940). Leslie Charteris hated it as it bore no resemblance to something he would write.
I How Simon Templar Fell from Grace, and Stanislaus was Unfortunate
II How Simon Templar was Unrepentant, and the Party was considerably Pepped Up
III How Simon Templar made a Journey, and Prince Rudolf spoke of His Appendix
IV How Monty Hayward Carried On
V How Simon Templar chased himself, and Monty Hayward did his Stuff
VI How Monty Hayward slept uneasily, and Simon Templar warbled about Worms
VII How Simon Templar borrowed a Car, and agreed to be Sensible
VIII How Simon Templar continued to be Discreet, and Monty Hayward improved the Shining Hour
IX How Simon Templar had an Inspiration, and trespassed in the Garden of Eden
X How Simon Templar Discoursed about Prohibition, and Patricia Holm Walked like a Princess
XI How Monty Hatward Recited Poetry, and Simon Templar Treated Himself to a Wash
XII How Nina Walden Spoke, and Monty Hayward Looked out of a Window
|First appeared as two stories in The
Thriller 1932: February 6 as The Property of the Deceased
and in June as Two Men from Munich.
First hardcover UK by H&S 1932, and USA Crime Club 1933 titled Getaway: The new Saint Mystery. Sun Dial Press changed it to The Saints Getaway 1943 and H&S kept to this with their 1952 reprint.