Caption competition 13/11/09

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Michael Caine hit the red carpet this week for the premiere of his new film, Harry Brown, in which he plays a retired Royal Marine who dispenses vigilante-style justice to the young thugs who murdered his friend.

During interviews with journalists this week, Caine advocated the re-introduction of national service for young people, saying: "There should be a great plan to re-educate these youngsters. It's such a waste - they all feel society has let them down".

Photo: Jonathan Hordle/Rex Features

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They wanted Michael to stay in the Navy

But Caine mutinied

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National Service?

I think the youngsters would feel even more let down when they got killed.

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But we've already got National Service, Michael

Well, there's certainly no Health in the NHS ...

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Caine to Haye

Stop throwing those bloody left hooks at me

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Senior Partner says "Dress Down Fridays" have gone too far

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CCTV

 After weeks of searching the police finally uncover CCTV footage of the cockney pensioner who has been assaulting hoodies in the South London area.

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Caine and Able

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Gangsta Rappa

It wasn't until Michael got to the second verse of "smack my bitch up" that he realised he'd forgotten the microphone.

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Caption

"We're auditioning for a movie about people getting revenge after being made bankrupt by libel cases ... it's called 'Get Carter-Ruck' "

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Critical acclaim for Michael's new two man stage version of Zulu.

 

(With apologies to the Reduced Shakespeare Company.)

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wrong song

Hang on,"Smack my bitch up" was by The Prodigy wasn't it, not a 'gangsta rappa' - or have my Imperial spies deceived me ?

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