Albert Finney, the distinguished British thespian and five-time Oscar nominee, died Thursday at 82. Although he retired from the screen several years ago (his final film appearance was in the 2012 James Bond film “Skyfall”), he left behind a rich variety of astonishing roles from a career that spanned nearly six decades: the working-class “angry young men” of British films like “Saturday Night and Sunday Morning”; the flawed middle-age men of “Under the Volcano” and “The Browning Version”; and his unforgettable roles in big-budget movie musicals like “Scrooge” and “Annie.”

Luckily, many of his most acclaimed performances are streaming right now. Here’s where to find some of his very best.