Michael Caine , in 2016, at age 83, he finally changed his legal name from Maurice Micklewhite to Michael Caine. He said this was because he was fed up being delayed in airport security.
Humphrey Bogart was voted the Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
[when told by director Robert Aldrich that the studios wanted Joan Crawford as her co-star for Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte ] "I wouldn't piss on Joan Crawford if she were on fire".
Audrey Hepburn was briefly considered for the main role in Cleopatra (1963) but the part went to Elizabeth Taylor.
Kenneth More had a regular stand-in--Jack Manderville, who was also a personal friend.
Originally released in the late 60's, these movies are in a select group of westerns to have stood the test of time and become classics.
Directed by Sergio Leone and frequently the first films that come to mind when you hear the expression 'spaghetti western', they were filmed mainly in Spain and not Italy, as many imagine.
The term 'spaghetti western' was used by American critics and those in other countries because most of these Westerns were produced and directed by Italians, with Sergio Leone being considered the best by most critics.
Ultimately, over 200 spaghetti westerns were to be made, but, we think these are the best.
Grab a whisky, take your spurs off, sit back and enjoy!