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The Bulldog Breed (1960) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert Asher and produced by Hugh Stewart and Earl St. John.

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The film is notable for being the only occasion future British film stars Michael Caine and Oliver Reed shared a scene together. It takes place at a cinema lobby, where Reed plays a Teddy Boy and Caine a sailor; it lasts only a few seconds.
A film poster shows the name "Normana Sapienza" - a feminized, Italianized version of the name of the star, Norman Wisdom.
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