20 'A Clockwork Orange' Innovations - From Violent Film Tattoos to Cult Movie Couture (CLUSTER)

20 'A Clockwork Orange' Innovations

a clockwork orange innovations - These 'A Clockwork Orange' innovations honor the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film -- and the Anthony Burgess novel that preceded it in 1962 -- i.

Malcolm McDowell, who played Mr. Sloane in the 1975 stage adaptation of 'Entertaining Mr. Sloan'. Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Joe Orton's 'Entertaining Mr. Sloane'. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

Malcolm McDowell English actor) as Alex - main character in A clockwork orange movie. I pinned it because Malcolm is the actractive and talented actor. And it's hard to forget his Alex role which helped him become more famous after.

Malcolm McDowell on the set of "A Clockwork Orange" (1971)

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Stanley Kubrick and Malcolm McDowell on the set of A Clockwork Orange.

Stanley Kubrick & Malcolm McDowell on the set. Wallpaper and background photos of Stanley Kubrick & Malcolm McDowell on the set for fans of A Clockwork Orange images.

Clockwork Orange, 1971  Stanley Kubrick’s most controversial film was adapted from Anthony Burgess’s bestselling dystopian novel about Alex, played by Malcolm McDowell, and his gang of violent “droogs” who get their thrills killing tramps and raping women. Given an X rating by the BBFC, Kubrick himself withdrew the film from British screens in 1973 and his widow has since revealed that he did so on police advice after threats were made to his family

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Malcolm McDowell in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film of A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess.

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