4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Almost forgotten movie, perhaps justifiably.,
This review is from: The Man Who Finally Died [DVD] (DVD)
Or "The Film That Finally Ended". A rather sluggish effort that will not be considered the high point of any of it's participants careers. Good to see a decent anamorphic 2.35:1 transfer unlike some recent releases of British films of similar vintage which have been released panned and scanned. The strange thing about this movie is the number of well known actors in uncredited roles, Alfred Burke has as much screen time as Mai Zetterling for no credit, while perennial bit part player Ivor Salter also turns up and Mela White gets some practice for her much later Bergerac role by playing a hotel waitress/maid.