Caine


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Caine

Sir Michael. real name Maurice Micklewhite. born 1933, British film actor. His films include The Ipcress File (1965), Get Carter (1971), Educating Rita (1983), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), and The Cider House Rules (1999).
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But Mr Caine says this rarely happens: "The waste team have an unwillingness to provide me with assisted collection of my bins as agreed.
Due to the geopolitical situation in the region, we were not surprised at the strong demand for defence and security solutions in the Middle East," Caine told Gulf Times in an interview.
Michael Caine was born Maurice Joseph Micklewhite in Bermondsey, London in 1933
Vanessa Jones, prosecuting, said Caine and Miss Mullarkey had previously been in a relationship and had a young son.
Caine has some nice lines about life's ordinariness, such as: "Few things are more depressing than empty coathangers".
Caine said that Connery was his usual self and in complete control of his senses.
Michael Caine; Caine in Newcastle; the star of the movie with Petra Markham, left, and Dorothy White; Caine enjoys a cigarette on Westgate Road
Caine posted the offensive comments under his personal Twitter account "Marty Caine UKIP".
Caine Leather's new autumn range takes inspiration from vintage motor sports and aviation, and therefore has an incredibly timeless style.
Mr Caine, a part-time volunteer at Wirral CVS, suffered massive blood loss and could not be saved.
The Caine Prize for African writing has done a tremendous job, bringing writers from the continent, known and unknown, to the attention of the international literary world.
Summary: At 77, Michael Caine is one of Britain's most respected actors, now he's been given the highest French cultural honour.