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Spock (Leonard Nimoy) from Star Trek and Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine) from Kung Fu.
Caine sends himself up something rotten as a luvvie full of self-importance, and there's the unforgettable sight of the Oscar winner donning a blonde wig to pass himself off Mrs Magnani.
The very fact that Caine gets his horses to the track, often winning best-turned-out awards, is a credit to him.
Both Walters and Caine are forced to move out of the smaller worlds they can no longer inhabit.
When the grandfather asks him whether he wants to live or die, Caine hesitates, then admits, "I don't know.
Vanessa Jones, prosecuting, said Caine and Miss Mullarkey had previously been in a relationship and had a young son.
Caine has some nice lines about life's ordinariness, such as: "Few things are more depressing than empty coathangers".
Andrew Caine, 54, grew impatient when the group, part of 140 pupils being escorted back to Inshes Primary in Inverness by 14 teachers, continued crossing the road after the light had turned green for traffic.
London, August 27 ( ANI ): Sir Michael Caine has denied reports that he suggested that his best friend Sir Sean Connery, was suffering from Alzheimer's disease, claiming that the reports are all "bulls***" and completely preposterous.
Starring Michael Caine, it tells the violent tale of London gangster, Jack Cater, who returns to his home town, Newcastle, to avenge the death of his brother.
Writing on Twitter, Ukip's Marty Caine said: "Like a lot of idiots they believe the EDL are right-wing fascists I suppose.