The following is most of what is written on the back cover of the DVD:- "Previously only available with the best-selling 'Saint' and 'Return of the Saint' DVD box sets, this series of highly acclaimed documentaries has now been revised and expanded with new interviews to form one feature-length documentary. 'The Saint Steps In... To Television' is the definitive look at the series production for Lew Grade's ITC company, as told by those involved in its creation. It covers the full story of how Simon Templar came to the small screen in the early 1960's, the series' evolution into colour and its revamping and reformatting to fit the shifting trends of a late 1970's audience. Featuring extensive contributions from Roger Moore, Ian Ogilvy, Robert S. Baker, Johnny Goodman, Patricia Charteris, along with short interviews from Roy Ward Baker, Peter Manley, Malcolm Christopher, Caron Gardner, Alvin Rakoff, Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo, Ken Baker, John Goldsmith, Kate O'Mara, Dick Fiddy, Anthony Arnell, Burt Kwouk, Brian Degas and Jeanne Moody.
Picture: 16:9 Colour
Sound: Mono English
Duration: 124 minutes
REGION: O PAL
In conclusion this is a highly entertaining documentary, and a definite must for any fan of The Saint, as it is packed full of interesting facts and insights from The Saints beginnings in books right up to the most recent movies of the Saint, and everything in between in radio and TV.