Declared dead for a few seconds following a tragic car accident Harold Pelham, quiet business man miraculously returns to life on the operating table. However. It would seem that during his long convalescence, an evil and ambitious double has usurped his identitiy in both his private and his work life. Returning home, he discovers his alter ego has not only compromised his business plans but also revitalised his couple. Thus begins a breathtaking chase with this evil double that will take Harold Pelham to the edge of instanity... The Man Who Haunted Himself is a psychological thriller iwth a supernatural edge that is inspired by a short story from the Alfred Hitchcock Presents series. Directed by one of the Best British diretors Basil Dearden (the Assossination Bureau, Khartoum, Dead of Night), The Man Who Haunted Himself is a cult gem with a gripping plot, which builds to a finely crafted finale helped by Dearden's driection and top notch acting not only from Roger Moore, with arguably a career best performance, but the supporting cast as well.
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Conservative executive Harold Pelham (a harrowing and atypical performance by Roger Moore) is involved in a car accident and declared momentarily dead. When he's eventually released from the hospital, Pelham discovers that an exact double of him has recently been seen in places that he's never been, taken over his family, undermined his business and even begun an extramarital affair. Is Pelham being stalked by a doppelganger with a taste for the wild life or is he simply a man going insane?
The Man Who Haunted Himself was Roger Moore's last movie before taking over the role of James Bond, as will as the final film by legendary director Basil Dearden (The Mind Benders, Dead of Night). This creepy psychological thriller is now presented in a stunning new transfer from original British vault materials and includes Roger Moore's first-ever audio commentary.