This session with Michael Caine was shot in 1964, the same year that the film “Zulu” was released which was his first major film role and remains one of Michael’s best-known films. An image from this session was published in The Sunday Times Magazine on the 24th May 1964. Caine, pictured here at age 31, had just been awarded the lead in the 1965 hit movie The Ipcress File which gained him widespread acclaim and a BAFTA nomination for Best British Actor.
This session has since been used for the 2017 documentary film “My Generation” directed by David Batty which explores the cultural revolution of the 1960’s.
The contact sheet from this session featuring his iconic glasses can be seen here.
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