Sir Michael Caine becomes a freeman


Sir Michael Caine remembers his film successes at a celebration of him becoming a Freeman of the City of London.

Born Maurice Micklewhite in 1933 he has enjoyed dozens of successes on the big screen, he won an Oscar for best supporting actor in The Cider House Rules in 1999.

Caine spoke to reporters about his career and why he feels lucky to be where he is.

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