Maurice Caine

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Maurice Caine
Appearances GTA London 1969
GTA London 1961
Full Name Maurice Caine


Gender Gender::Male
Nationality British
Home London

{{infobox character| |image = MauriceCaine-GTAL.png |game_1 = GTA London 1969 |game_2 = GTA London 1961 |name = Maurice Caine |aka = |status = Alive |gender = M |dob = |dob-comment = |pob = |dod = |dod-comment = |home = [[London]] |nationality = United Kingdom |family = |affiliations = |vehicles = |businesses = |voice = }} '''Maurice Caine''' is a character in the [[2D Universe]] appearing as a [[Protagonists in GTA London|protagonist option]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: London 1961]]. ==Trivia== *His name and appearance are based on the famous British actor, [[wp:Micheal Caine|Michael Caine]], whose most notable movies include British crime films like ''[[wp:The Italian Job|The Italian Job]]'' (1969) and ''[[wp:Get Carter|Get Carter]]'' (1971). Maurice is Michael Caine's real first name (Maurice Micklewhite). *His wardrobe (cheap eyeglasses and drab trenchcoat over a dress shirt and tie) is based on Caine's earlier iconic portrayal of [[wp:Len Deighton|Len Deighton's]] gritty anti-hero spy [[wp:Harry Palmer|"Harry Palmer"]] in the films ''[[wp:The IPCRESS File|The IPCRESS File]]'' (1965), ''[[wp: Funeral in Berlin| Funeral in Berlin]]'' (1966), and ''[[wp:Billion Dollar Brain|Billion Dollar Brain]]'' (1967). {{Navboxes |title= Navigation |list1={{characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtal1969 characters|state=collapsed}} {{Gtal1961 characters|state=collapsed}} }} [[Category:Characters|Caine, Maurice]] [[Category:Characters in GTA London 1969|Caine, Maurice]] [[Category:Characters in GTA London 1961|Caine, Maurice]] [[Category:Protagonists|Caine, Maurice]] [[Category:Characters in 2D Universe|Caine, Maurice]]

Maurice Caine is a character in the 2D Universe appearing as a protagonist option in Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 and Grand Theft Auto: London 1961.