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A Clockwork Orange ()


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In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn't go as planned.

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  • Nominated for 4 Oscars. Another 9 wins & 19 nominations.
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Alex
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Mr. Alexander
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Chief Guard
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Dim
John Clive ...
Stage Actor
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Mrs. Alexander
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Dr. Brodsky
Paul Farrell ...
Tramp
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Lodger
Michael Gover ...
Prison Governor
Miriam Karlin ...
Catlady
James Marcus ...
Georgie
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Deltoid
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Prison Chaplain
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Mum
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Dr. Branom
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Conspirator
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Minister
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Dad
Pauline Taylor ...
Dr. Taylor (Psychiatrist)
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Conspirator
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Det. Const. Tom
Lindsay Campbell ...
Police Inspector
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Pete
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Julian
Barrie Cookson ...
Dr. Alcott, Ludovico Center check-in
Jan Adair ...
Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy
Gaye Brown ...
Sophisto
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Junior Minister - Minister Frederick's Aid
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Detective sergeant
Vivienne Chandler ...
Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy
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Billyboy
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Handmaiden in Bible fantasy
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Nurse Feeley
Lee Fox ...
Desk Sergeant
Cheryl Grunwald ...
Victim of Billyboy's Gang
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Sonietta
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Doctor
Shirley Jaffe ...
Nurse
Virginia Wetherell ...
Stage Actress
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Prison Check-in Officer
Katya Wyeth ...
Girl in Ascot Fantasy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frankie Abbott ...
Rex - Police Landrover Driver / 1st Policeman at Duke of York (uncredited)
Jack Arrow ...
Mustachioed Ludovico Technician (uncredited)
Joe Bartlett ...
Smiley Prisoner Next to Kissy Faced Prisoner (uncredited)
Roy Beck ...
Prison Officer in Chapel (uncredited)
Robert Bruce ...
Milkbar Bouncer (uncredited)
Maurice Bush ...
Charlie - Security Guard Outside Alex's Ludovico Room (uncredited)
Steadman Clark ...
3rd Milkbar Bouncer (uncredited)
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Professor (uncredited)
Jeremy Curry ...
Jesus Christ (uncredited)
David Dawkins ...
Humming Technician (uncredited)
Barbie Denham ...
Bar Customer (uncredited)
Andros Epaminondas ...
Bearded Man in Record Shop (uncredited)
Helen Ford ...
Old Lady at Duke of York (uncredited)
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BBC Producer (uncredited)
Dr. Gundry ...
Dr. Lidlock (uncredited)
Peter Hannon ...
2nd Policeman at Duke of York (uncredited)
Margaret Heald ...
Nurse Braindrain (who comes in with psychiatrist) (uncredited)
Nicholas Hill ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Heinrich Himmler ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Fred Hugh ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Harry Hutchinson ...
Tramp Beating Up Alex (uncredited)
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Girl Passing Alex in Record Store (uncredited)
Viktor Lutze ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Olive Mercer ...
Old Lady at Duke of York (uncredited)
Leslie Nye ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Glenys O'Brien ...
Brunette Girl (uncredited)
George O'Gorman ...
Record Bootik Clerk (uncredited)
Nat Pearn ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Chalmers Peddie ...
Tramp beating up Alex (uncredited)
Rex Rashley ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Fred Real ...
Prison Check-In (uncredited)
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Milkbar Bouncer (uncredited)
Henry Robert ...
Desk Policeman (uncredited)
Billy Russell ...
Professor Attacked by Alex & Droogs in Library (uncredited)
Winifred Sabine ...
Old Lady at Duke of York (uncredited)
Barbara Scott ...
Marty (uncredited)
Shane Shelton ...
Burbling Boy (uncredited)
George Spence ...
Tramp Beating Up Alex (uncredited)
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Man with Flowers in Hospital (uncredited)
Tom Sye ...
Biblio Oldie / Drunk Tramp (uncredited)
Arthur Tatler ...
Convict Pianist (uncredited)
Alec Wallis ...
Conspirator D.B. Da Silva (uncredited)
Sister Watkins ...
Dr. Lidlock's Assistant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stanley Kubrick

Written by

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Stanley Kubrick ... (screenplay)
 
Anthony Burgess ... (novel)

Produced by

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Stanley Kubrick ... producer
Si Litvinoff ... executive producer
Max L. Raab ... executive producer
Bernard Williams ... associate producer

Cinematography by

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John Alcott ... (lighting cameraman)

Film Editing by

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Bill Butler

Editorial Department

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David Beesley ... assistant editor
Peter Burgess ... assistant editor
Gary Shepherd ... assistant editor

Casting By

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James Liggat ... (as Jimmy Liggat)

Production Design by

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John Barry

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Russell Hagg
Peter Sheilds

Costume Design by

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Milena Canonero

Makeup Department

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Olga Angelinetta ... hairdresser
Barbara Daly ... makeup artist
George Partleton ... makeup artist
Freddie Williamson ... makeup artist (as Fred Williamson)
Jim Gillespie ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Paul Hitchcock ... executive in charge of production (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Derek Cracknell ... assistant director
Dusty Symonds ... assistant director
Raymond Becket ... third assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Frank Bruton ... prop master
Peter Hancock ... prop man
Tommy Ibbetson ... prop man
Christiane Kubrick ... special paintings and sculpture
Cornelius Makkink ... special paintings and sculpture
Herman Makkink ... special paintings and sculpture
Liz Moore ... special paintings and sculpture
John Oliver ... prop man
Bill Welch ... construction manager
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Brian Blamey ... sound editor
André Dias ... dialogue recordist (international versions) / dubbing editor (international versions)
Peter Glossop ... boom operator
Eddie Haben ... dubbing mixer
John Jordan ... sound recordist
Bill Rowe ... dubbing mixer

Visual Effects by

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Sandy DellaMarie ... digital production coordinator: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Mark Freund ... visual effects supervisor: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
George Gervan ... digital paint artist: Pacific itle & Art Studio: re-release
Richard Gervan ... digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Martin Hall ... digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Maureen Healy ... digital paint artist: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Heather Hoyland ... lead digital compositor: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Greg Kimble ... digital compositor: Pacific Title & Art Studio: re-release
Chris Crowell ... digital compositor (uncredited)

Stunts

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Roy Scammell ... stunt arranger
Eddie Frewin ... stunt driver (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Lou Bogue ... electrician (as Louis Bogue)
Don Budge ... grip
Tony Cridlin ... grip
Ernest Day ... camera operator (as Ernie Day)
Ron Drinkwater ... focus puller
Laurie Frost ... camera assistant
Derek Gattrell ... electrician (as Derek Gatrell)
David Lenham ... camera assistant
Mike Molloy ... camera operator
Frank Wardale ... supervising electrician
Bob Bremner ... electrician (uncredited)
Stanley Kubrick ... camera operator (uncredited)
Douglas Milsome ... focus puller (uncredited)
Ken Worringham ... camera operator (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ron Beck ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Terence A. Clegg ... location manager (as Terence Clegg)
Arthur Morgan ... location liaison

Music Department

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Wendy Carlos ... electronic music composed and realised by (as Walter Carlos)
Erika Eigen ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Other crew

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Len Barnard ... production accountant
Andros Epaminondas ... production assistant
Jan Harlan ... assistant to producer
Kay Johnson ... director's secretary
Mike Kaplan ... promotion coordinator
Jonathan Marshall ... technical advisor (as Jon Marshall)
Loretta Ordewer ... production secretary
June Randall ... continuity
Margaret Adams ... production assistant (uncredited)
Pablo Ferro ... title designer (uncredited)
Anthony Frewin ... assistant: Stanley Kubrick (uncredited)
Dick Haydon ... stand-in: male (uncredited)
John Ketteringham ... stand-in: Malcolm McDowell (uncredited)
John Marshall ... subtitle script and timing (uncredited)
Fred Real ... stand-in: Michael Bates (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Protagonist Alex DeLarge is an "ultraviolent" youth in futuristic Britain. As with all luck, his eventually runs out and he's arrested and convicted of murder and rape. While in prison, Alex learns of an experimental program in which convicts are programmed to detest violence. If he goes through the program, his sentence will be reduced and he will be back on the streets sooner than expected. But Alex's ordeals are far from over once he hits the mean streets of Britain that he had a hand in creating. Written by Nikki Carlyle

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Taglines Being the adventures of a young man ... who couldn't resist pretty girls ... or a bit of the old ultra-violence ... went to jail, was re-conditioned ... and came out a different young man ... or was he ? See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange (United States)
  • Orange mécanique (France)
  • Uhrwerk Orange (Germany)
  • Clockwork Orange (Germany)
  • La naranja mecánica (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 136 min
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Box Office

Budget $2,200,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP618,615, 19 Mar 2000

Did You Know?

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Trivia Malcolm McDowell's eyes were anesthetized for the torture scenes so that he would film for periods of time without too much discomfort. Nevertheless his corneas got repeatedly scratched by the metal lid locks. See more »
Goofs Many of the continuity errors are not in fact errors. Stanley Kubrick purposely included many continuity errors as a way of creating a feeling of disorientation for the audience. That is why people's positions change, props are reorganized, and hats (and other articles of clothing) appear and disappear. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Triumph of the Will (1935). See more »
Soundtracks Symphony No.9 in D Minor, Opus 125 Choral: II. Scherzo. Molto vivace See more »
Crazy Credits There are no opening credits after the title, which is followed by the opening shot of Alex the Droog. Although it is now commonplace for major films to not have opening credits, in 1971 it was considered rather unusual and was considered a trademark of director Stanley Kubrick. See more »
Quotes Alex: It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen.
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