The films of The Caine Mutiny and Marjorie Morningstar always seemed to me mere thin skims of the story lines, and I never did see a meager Hollywood caper called Youngblood Hawke, vaguely based on my 800-page novel. So it was that I opted for television, with its much broader time limits, for The Winds of War.''
Yeah, I think Michael has had to deal with that label of being Michael Caine for a long time.
Michael Caine is a movie star, but he's also a great actor.
I can't say that about every movie star. It's the concentration he has.
Last Update: January, 2020