A Clockwork Orange

DirectorStanley KubrickProducerStanley KubrickScreenplayStanley Kubrick, based on the Novel by Anthony BurgessStarringMalcolm McDowell (Alex), James Marcus (Georgie), Warren Clarke (Dim), Michael Tarn (Pete), Patrick Magee (Mr. Frank Alexander), Adrienne Corri (Mrs. Mary Alexander), Michael Bates (Chief Guard Barnes), John Clive (Stage actor), Carl Duering (Dr. Brodsky), Paul Farrell (Tramp), Richard Connaught (Billyboy), Clive Francis (Joe the Lodger), Michael Gover (Prison Governor), Miriam Karlin (Cat Lady), Aubrey Morris (P. R. Deltoid), Godfrey Quigley (Prison Chaplain), Sheila Raynor (Mum), Philip Stone (Dad), Madge Ryan (Dr. Branom), John Savident (Conspirator), Anthony Sharp (Frederick, Minister of the Interior), Pauline Taylor (Dr. Taylor), Margaret Tyzack (Conspirator Rubinstein), Steven Berkoff (Detective Constable Tom), John J. Carney (Detective Sergeant), Lindsay Campbell (Police Inspector), David Prowse (Julian), Billy Russell (Professor attacked by Droogs in Library, deleted scene). MusicWalter Carlos. CinematographyJohn AlcottEditor: Bill Butler. Warner Bros, 137 minutes, 1971.

Being the adventures of a young man whose principle interests are rape, ultra-violence and Beethoven.

Stanley Kubrick‘s first film after 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) was his third science fiction movie, A Clockwork Orange (1971) based on the novel A Clockwork Orange (1962) by Anthony Burgess.

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