British cinema legend Stanley Baker's intense persona and rugged charm are brought to the fore in this gripping tale of Cold War espionage, where he plays a son in search of his missing father. Co-starring Peter Cushing, Mai Zetterling and Eric Portman, The Man Who Finally Died is featured here as a brand-new High Definition remaster from original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio.
In London, jazz musician Joe Newman receives a startling telephone call from his German father, a man he believed long dead. At the same time, a funeral is taking place in a quiet Bavarian town – and the coffin bears the name of his father! Joe's search for the truth proves more disturbing than he could ever have imagined.
 A Fear of Strangers: rarely-seen Stanley Baker play from 1964
 Brand-new interview with actor Danny Grover
 Image gallery