Michael Klinger



Life Events


Movie Clip

Get Carter (1971) -- (Movie Clip) They're Killers, Just Like You Director Mike Hodges shows London gangsters Sid (John Bindon) and Gerald (Terence Rigby) Fletcher, the latter with wife (Britt Ekland), watching porn from Newcastle, discouraging employee Jack (Michael Caine, title character) from going there on personal business, opening Get Carter, 1971.
Get Carter (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Why The Hell Aren't You Here? At the train station is his hometown, Newcastle, London gangster Michael Caine (title character) takes a call from the girlfriend of his maybe-murdered brother, whom he expected would meet him, then visiting her home, and the deceased, in Get Carter, 1971, from the Ted Lewis novel.
Get Carter (1971) -- (Movie Clip) He's As Calm As Gentle Jesus Gangster Michael Caine (title character), home in Newcastle from London, admirably calm when Doreen (Petra Markham), teen daughter of his likely-murdered brother, turns up for the funeral, offering her an escape and meeting mourners (Alun Armstrong, Godfrey Quigley), in Get Carter, 1971.
Get Carter (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Death In The Family Director Mike Hodges on location at the Newcastle Racecourse, Gosforth Park, Michael Caine (title character, a London crook investigating his brother’s killing), when the guy he's after (Glynn Edwards) escapes, intimidates old frenemy Eric (Ian Hendry) instead, in Get Carter, 1971.
Pulp (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Death Rattle In Paperback A local political campaign in the background, gangster Dinuccio (Lionel Stander) is filling in hired hard-boiled fiction writer Mickey (Michael Caine) on the ghost writing job, Lizabeth Scott, in her first movie for 15 years, staging events outside, in Mike Hodges' Pulp, 1972.
Pulp (1972) -- (Movie Clip) That Happens To All Actors At a ruin on Malta, low-rent writer Mickey (Michael Caine) discovers that his contact for a secret ghost-writing gig is Nadia Cassini, and his subject is mobbed-up retired actor Gilbert (Mickey Rooney), fixer Dinuccio (Lionel Stander) their ride, in Mike Hodges' Pulp, 1972.