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Best Movie 0f Michael Caine ?

Asked by Lost Singh, 11 Jan '09 03:06 pm
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Caine's acting career began in Horsham, Sussex. He responded to an advertisement for an assistant stage manager for the Horsham-based Westminster Repertory Company. This led to walk-on roles at the Carfax Theatre.[8] After several minor roles, Caine came into the public eye as the upper-class British army officer Gonville Bromhead VC in the 1964 film Zulu. This proved paradoxical, as Caine was to become notable for using a regional accent, rather than the received pronunciation hitherto considered proper for film actors. At the time, Caine's working-class Cockney, just as with The Beatles' Liverpudlian accents, stood out to American and British audiences alike. Zulu was closely followed by two of his best-known roles: the spy Harry Palmer in The Ipcress File (1965), and the woman-chasing title character in Alfie (1966). He went on to play Palmer in a further four films, Funeral in Berlin (1966), Billion-Dollar Brain (1967), Bullet to Beijing (1995) and Midnight in St. Petersburg (19 ...more
Answered by shintsie, 17 Jan '09 04:33 pm

 
  
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The dark knight
Answered by Sunil Kumar, 20 Jan '09 04:37 pm

 
  
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The dark knight............. sleuth.......the weather man...........children of men.......... bewitched................ flawless..... the prestige........
Answered by Oberoi, 11 Jan '09 03:10 pm

 
  
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