The Man Who Haunted Himself – Roger Moore’s Best Film Performance? #FILMTALK MOVIE REVIEW

In this edition of #FILMTALK we’re joined by Mark Priest as we take a look at what we think is Roger Moore’s best acting performance on film, The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970).

Having only recently complete The Saint television series, Roger was keen to find new roles that would help him move on from Simon Templar and showcase the breadth and depth of his talent. The Man Who Haunted Himself was one of those film roles, released in 1970, the film was directed by legendary film director, Basil Dearden.

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