A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange

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

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Science FictionDrama

In a near-future Britain, young Alexander DeLarge and his pals get their kicks beating and raping anyone they please. When not destroying the lives of others, Alex swoons to the music of Beethoven. The state, eager to crack down on juvenile crime, gives an incarcerated Alex the option to undergo an invasive procedure that'll rob him of all personal agency. In a time when conscience is a commodity, can Alex change his tune?

Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writer: Stanley Kubrick

Release Date: 1971-12-19
Status: Released
Run time: 137 min / 2:17
Budget: $2,200,000
Revenue: $26,589,000
Production Companies : Hawk Films, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America



Malcolm McDowell
as Alex
Patrick Magee
as Mr Alexander
Michael Bates
as Chief Guard
Warren Clarke
as Dim
John Clive
as Stage Actor
Adrienne Corri
as Mrs. Alexander
Carl Duering
as Dr. Brodsky
Paul Farrell
as Tramp
Clive Francis
as Lodger
Michael Gover
as Prison Governor
Miriam Karlin
as Catlady
James Marcus
as Georgie
Aubrey Morris
as Deltoid
Godfrey Quigley
as Prison Chaplain
Sheila Raynor
as Mum
Madge Ryan
as Dr. Branom
John Savident
as Conspirator
Anthony Sharp
as Minister
Philip Stone
as Dad
Pauline Taylor
as Psychiatrist
Margaret Tyzack
as Conspirator
Steven Berkoff
as Det. Const. Tom
Lindsay Campbell
as Police Inspector
Michael Tarn
as Pete
David Prowse
as Julian
Barrie Cookson
as Dr. Alcott
Jan Adair
as Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy
Gaye Brown
as Sophisto
Peter Burton
as Junior Minister
John J. Carney
as Detective Sergeant
Vivienne Chandler
as Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy
Richard Connaught
as Billyboy
Prudence Drage
as Handmaiden in Bible Fantasy
Carol Drinkwater
as Nurse Feeley
Lee Fox
as Desk Sergeant
Cheryl Grunwald
as Victim of Billyboy's Gang
Gillian Hills
as Sonietta
Craig Hunter
as Doctor
Shirley Jaffe
as Nurse
Virginia Wetherell
as Stage Actress
Neil Wilson
as Prison Check-in Officer
Katya Wyeth
as Girl in Ascot Fantasy
Jack Arrow
as Mustachioed Ludovico Technician (uncredited)


Writing Stanley Kubrick Screenplay
Directing Stanley Kubrick Director
Production Stanley Kubrick Producer
Sound Wendy Carlos Original Music Composer
Writing Anthony Burgess Novel
Camera John Alcott Director of Photography
Production James Liggat Casting
Production Bernard Williams Associate Producer
Costume & Make-Up Milena Canonero Costume Design
Editing Bill Butler Editor
Costume & Make-Up Barbara Daly Makeup Artist
Sound Bill Rowe Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Production Si Litvinoff Executive Producer
Camera Ernest Day Camera Operator
Editing Peter Burgess Assistant Editor
Production Terence A. Clegg Location Manager
Directing Dusty Symonds Assistant Director
Camera Mike Molloy Camera Operator
Art Russell Hagg Art Direction
Art John Barry Production Design
Production Max L. Raab Executive Producer
Art Bill Welch Construction Foreman
Crew Roy Scammell Stunt Coordinator
Directing June Randall Continuity
Directing Derek Cracknell Assistant Director
Lighting Lou Bogue Electrician
Sound Peter Glossop Boom Operator
Editing Gary Shepherd Assistant Editor
Sound Brian Blamey Sound Designer
Costume & Make-Up Olga Angelinetta Hairstylist
Camera Tony Cridlin Grip
Sound John Jordan Sound Recordist
Sound Eddie Haben Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Art Peter Sheilds Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Ron Beck Wardrobe Supervisor
Lighting Frank Wardale Chief Lighting Technician
Art Frank Bruton Property Master
Editing David Beesley Assistant Editor
Camera Ron Drinkwater Other
Camera Laurie Frost Assistant Camera
Camera David Lenham First Assistant Camera
Camera Don Budge Grip
Lighting Derek Gatrell Electrician
Production Len Barnard Production Accountant
Camera Amber Nordstrand Grip

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