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The Trouble with Michael Caine (1987)

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A really entertaining show!
1 March 2003 | by (West Yorkshire, England.) – See all my reviews

I came across a part of this on one of my old tapes recently. The format of the show was a bit like the 'An Audience with --' series with Michael in the hotseat being interviewed by Michael Aspel in front of an audience including Bob Hoskins and Roger Moore reviewing his career so far. The bit I found was a spitting image potrayal of Michael Caine and Bob Hoskins having a conversation about his career and it is one of the funniest things I have ever seen and every time I see it I end up laughing till I cry especially when the Bob Hoskins ends up banging his head against something in frustration at Michael's comments. I shall have to check my other tapes to see if I have a fuller version as I have a few tapes of Michael Caine which have grown over the years because I love listening to him talking about his life and profession. I just wish this programme was avilable to buy. Long may he reminisce!


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