Alfie | Chicago Reader


For all its implicit misogyny, the original 1966 film version of Bill Naughton's play remains durable because of Michael Caine's career-defining performance as the cockney ladies' man, not to mention the memorable title tune (sung by Cher) and driving jazz score (written and performed by Sonny Rollins). The secondary performances—by Shelley Winters, Jane Asher, Shirley Anne Field, and Vivien Merchant, among others—aren't bad either. Lewis Gilbert directed. 114 min.

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