The man who haunted himself (1970) Movie review – Roger Moore’s best role outside Bond

Roger Moore was very proud if this film but was disappointed it wasnt marketed very well,hence why it’s largely unknown.

After a car accident Harold Pelman (Moore) starts running into a duplicate of himself,people he knew start referring to recent meetings that he know’s he didn’t attend…

Some of the effects are a bit cheap but most of the film holds strong and compares well against recent films,the story is unique and it’s refreshing to see Roger Moore push the boundaries.

7/10

KO

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