TV Series | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Two worlds collide when the titled Englishman, Lord Brett Sinclair, and the Bronx-raised, self-made American Danny Wilde, reluctantly join forces to right wrongs, and to protect the innocent.
Because Sir Roger Moore deemed that no good photos exist of him as a child, the black and white boyhood picture of Brett Sinclair in the opening credits, is that of his son Geoffrey Moore
Poor Uncle Angus. Meanest man I ever met. Probably worth millions.
Danny Wilde: Imagine. All that money and he died flat.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Well, uh, as someone once said, "To lose one relative is misfortune. To lose two is carelessness."
Kate: Oscar Wilde.
Lord Brett Sinclair: Thank you. But I have lost ...
The opening titles credit Tony Curtis and Roger Moore by their surnames only.
The episodes The Persuaders!: Greensleeves (1971) and The Persuaders!: A Home of One's Own (1971) were edited together to create the film release London Conspiracy (1974).
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