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March 16, 2007


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guess watches

Great article! Designing Social Responsibility, for me, is quite amazing and very creative too. It widens up your mind or awareness towards social responsibility and learn it's importance.
Being creative in showing your way of life really allures me. Then success will be a colorful one. Keep it up!

jeff hudson

I for one am looking forward to a new saint series. My daughter used
an old paper I wrote years ago showing how the saint
was used by Ian Fleming to
creat James Bond for a film
class at St Lawrence University last semester.
It is a long story but I
was nicked named The Saint back in Prep School by one of my teachers. I also have a small tattoo of the saint which I kind of regret....especially the hangover. Good luck on the project.

Delmo Walters Jr.

Looking forward to it. Do us Saint fans proud, Burl.

Mike Barer

If I visit Paris, I'll check out the Hilton just so I can say.. Oh never mind!


I'm greatly looking forward to super Saint fans "Ian" and "Dan" in their Volvo stationwagon Saint Mobile as last seen in CAPTURE THE SAINT!

burl barer

I would like to work Paris Hilton, but not into a story suitable for youngsters.

Mike Barer

I think you should work Paris Hilton into a story.

burl barer

Noooo...Hoppy will be played by Ian Dickerson, the only man who (a) looks like Hoppy, and (b) can drink like Hoppy.

I'll be the guy in the blond wig and 9" heels -- the new Hollywood Patricia Holm

Ian Dickerson

Oh his name'll be in the credits. He's too shy to tell you he's been cast as Hoppy Uniatz...!

David Zarkin

I hve high hopes that your name will appear on the credits of the new Saint show although I will have to upgrade my cable to see it.

Randy Johnson

Anea, I would love to read your Father's Saint novel. I've seen the listing on Amazon. Unfortunately, it's a little pricey for me. Being disabled and on a fixed income, I have to be a bit selective on my book buying. One can always hope that a mass market paperback will be issued someday.

Mike Hobart

Well, it SOUNDS great, but as you say -- we shall see. I can't help remember the way Charteris' comments about the Saint movies supposedly led to the creation of The Falcon!


Randy, For the "Saint you know and love" check out my dads original saint novel - available for purchase on amazon (through resellers).
It is really good and I have read all the original saint books (can't be raised by Burl without it).

Randy Johnson

I hope they do pay attention to your suggestions. I could never watch Val Kilmer's version after seeing the trailer, but I did enjoy your novel of the film as a novel. It wasn't the Saint I know and love though.

Danny Barer

The job is very cool. The paycheck is even cooler. And if you get a screen credit each week, even if it's scrunched down to the bottom of the screen so that TNT can promote the latest X-Files rerun, that's almost as good as gold (to switch metaphors).

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