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Other Works

  • Book: "And Not Many People Know This Either" (Robson, 1985) ISBN 0340399821
  • Book: "Not Many People Know It's 1988!" (Robson, 1987)
  • BBC Television Service, 11/61 (aired 12/3 at 7.55 pm): "Somewhere for the Night" by Bill Naughton. Starred Anne Mulvey as Eileen, William Marlowe as Joe and Caine as Tosh.
  • Wrote foreword for "Huston, We Have a Problem" by Oswald Morris (Scarecrow Press, 2004)
  • Wrote the foreword for "Straight from the Horse's Mouth: Ronald Neame: An Autobiography." Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2003
  • (1963) Play: James Saunders' play "Next Time I'll Sing You" at the New Arts Theatre Club, in the role of Meff. The cast also featured Barry Foster, Liz Fraser, Michael Bryant and Denys Graham. It was directed by Shirley Butler.
  • (1991) Reads "King Midas & The Golden Touch", recorded for Rabbit Ears Radio, with music performed by Yo-Yo Ma. Originally released on cassette.
  • (2007) "Cained", an album of chill out music compiled by Michael Caine. Released by UMTV.
  • (1959) Unspecified TV advertising commercials (dir. Peter Sims)
  • (1959) Advertisement for Watney's brown ale.
  • (2015) Narrates "Little Claus and Big Claus" in GivingTales - a children's app of fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen givingtales.com
  • (2015) Narrates "Little Claus and Big Claus" in GivingTales - a children's app of fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen givingtales.com.
  • (2003) Wrote foreword to Ronald Neame's autobiography "Straight from the Horse's Mouth" (Scarecrow Press)
  • (2001) Wrote foreword to Johnny Gold's autobiography "Tramp's Gold" (Robson Books).
  • (2014) TV commercial for Sky Broadband

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