There is no reason to jump at the OP for telling the awful truth. David is one of the most talented actors in the world, but he never really became the great star he deserved to be. As a matter of fact, this is one of the very rare leading roles he ever played. Of course he did three great Peckinpahs, possibly played the definitive screen Torvald is Joseph Losey's (disappointing) version of "A Doll's House", made a few genre movies that have their fanbase ("The Omen", "Tron", "Time Bandits") and was given a supporting role in a few successful, high-profile movies. But this doesn't change that not many actors of his calibre have the same amount on garbage in their resume. He did a softcore porn with Pamela Anderson, borrowed his voice to some of the worst cartoons in history (like "Biker Mice From Mars"), did countless low-budget horror or fantasy movies for film and TV, worked with some of the most infamous directors in the world (Fred Olen Ray or even the Vanzina bros in Italy), worked with some casts entirely made of Z-listers .. there is no denying that it's very sad to think about this. Of course he always had theatre and he recently made a superlative Falstaff in Stratford.. but he had never come back there before since the 60's anyway. So yeah, David 'Morgan' Warner, the man who had created one of the most indelible anti-heroes of 60's British angry cinema, should have been used a lot better in the subsequent decades.
And don't forget his great performance in "Time after Time".
Bathia Mapes: "Go to the house of the curse".