Classic suspense thriller from 1970 starring Roger Moore.
No time wasted here in getting straight into the action with a speeding car and spectacular crash! Roger Moore plays a handsome well-to-do married man with two children. After a near fatal car crash, what follows is a string of unexplained 'incidents' that leads to the character's confusion and bewilderment. This could be simple amnesia due to brain damage caused by the accident, but it's far more sinister than that! A thrill every minute and suspense around every corner!
There's a great supporting cast here including; Anthony Nicholls (looking much older having aged dreadfully in the couple of years since 'The Champions' of '68) Charles Lloyd Pack, Anton Rodgers (some viewers not old enough to remember will be knocked down at how extremely fit and handsome he was!) Gerald Sim, and Thorley Walters who supplies the humour in his jovial, but boring character role - remarkably like an earlier Nigel Bruce. Great performances, and added to a wonderful music score provided by the theme, gives this a recipe for great entertainment! Fast-paced and exciting film with no time to get bored!
Look out for Roger Moore making an interesting reference to James Bond!!