|Saints and Sinners|
|Directed by||Leslie Arliss|
|Written by|| Paul Vincent Carroll |
|Based on||play by Paul Vincent Carroll|
|Produced by|| Leslie Arliss |
Tom D. Connochie
|Starring|| Kieron Moore |
|Edited by||David Newhouse|
|Music by||Philip Green|
|Distributed by|| British Lion Films(U.K.) |
|Box office||£98,061 (UK) |
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It was filmed on location in and around Carlingford, Co. Louth, Ireland.  There was some difficulty with Ireland's Actors' Equity over the hire of actors. 
Variety said "appeal it limited for US market". 
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