Michael Caine: A Class ACT

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As Christopher Bray relates in this fascinating biography, Michael Caine's story is the story of Britain during the twentieth century. Born into south London poverty during the depression-hit thirties, Caine suffered the depredations of War as a child and wasted his energies fighting in Korea during the fifties. Subsequently, he began his long, slow climb up the greasy pole of the acting profession with walk-ons and bit parts. But as the old order began to crumble during the Sixties, Caine's working-class origins came into ...

Michael Caine: A Class ACT 2005, Faber & Faber, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780571216826

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