Revel in the cigarette cool, stylish suits and sex appeal of the original British working class hero in Michael Caine: 1960s, a sophisticated edition of the very finest reproductions of rare and telling images of a true titan of British cinema.
Collected in this splendid book is a wealth of rare and never-before-seen photographs capturing Michael Caine’s on-set preparations and off-screen life as well as stills taken while he worked on many of his greatest films including Zulu, The Ipcress File, Alfie and The Italian Job.
Candid captured moments and posed publicity shots within this stunning compilation show Caine to be as comfortable rubbing shoulders with the likes of Terence Stamp, Roman Polanski, Shelley Winters, Shirley Bassey and Mia Farrow as he was taking his mother to a film premiere or enjoying lunch with his brother.
Caine can be seen to be one of the few iconoclast actors to have fully embraced his fame whilst remaining firmly grounded in his working class roots.
This eye-catching 128-page hardback volume contains more than 100 impressive images catching the mood, manner and method of this legendary actor.