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IMalcolm McDowell as Alex de Large in A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Source: The Official Trailer for "A Clockwork Orange".

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Starring Malcolm McDowell, Patrick Magee, Michael Bates, Warren Clarke, John Clive and Adrienne Corri, "A Clockwork Orange" (also known as "Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange", "Uhrwerk Orange", "Arancia meccanica") is a Crime/Drama/Thriller film directed by Stanley Kubrick, and written by Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), released in the USA on December 19 of 1971.

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Photo showing Malcolm McDowell (Alex de Large) issued from "A Clockwork Orange"
Photo of Malcolm McDowell, who portrays "Alex de Large", in "A Clockwork Orange" (1971).
(Source: The Official Trailer)

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Photo of Malcolm McDowell, portraying "Alex de Large", in "A Clockwork Orange" (1971). This picture is coming from the video of the trailer for "A Clockwork Orange", as specified by the poster.

Malcolm McDowell is an English actor, and producer.

Here are memorable quotes from "Alex de Large" portrayed by Malcolm McDowell
"It's funny how the colours of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen."
Welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, well. To what do I owe the extreme pleasure of this surprising visit?
As an actor, Malcolm McDowell has been seen in movies such as Doomsday, released in 2008, The Barber (2001) portraying Dexter Miles, Fist of the North Star (1995) as Ryuken, Bolt (2008) playing voice, Milk Money (1994) as Waltzer, and The Artist (2011).

More about the movie, "A Clockwork Orange":

Starring Malcolm McDowell (Alex de Large), Patrick Magee (Mr. Alexander), Michael Bates (Chief Guard), Warren Clarke (Dim), John Clive (Stage Actor) and Adrienne Corri (Mrs. Alexander), "A Clockwork Orange" (also known as "Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange", "Uhrwerk Orange", "Arancia meccanica") is a Crime/Drama/Thriller film directed by Stanley Kubrick, and written by Stanley Kubrick (screenplay), released on December 19 of 1971 in the USA.

Here are some memorable quotes from "A Clockwork Orange"
"A lot of idiots you are, selling your own birthright for a saucer of cold porridge! The thrill of theft! Of violence! The urge to live easy! Well, I ask you what is it worth when we have undeniable truth, yes, incontrovertible evidence that Hell exists."(Godfrey Quigley/"Prison Chaplain")
"Excellent. He's enterprising, aggressive, outgoing, young, bold, vicious. He'll do...He's perfect. I want his records sent to me. This vicious young hoodlum will be transformed out of all recognition."(Anthony Sharp as "Minister")
'The common people will let it go. Oh yes, they'll sell liberty for a quieter life. That is why they must be led, sir, driven, pushed!?("Mr. Alexander"/Patrick Magee)

As an actor, John Clive has been seen in movies such as A Nice Girl Like Me, released in 1969 playing Supermarket Shopper, The Italian Job (1969) in which he portrays Garage Manager, Let's Get Laid (1977), Queen Kong (1976), That's Carry On (1977) (Various Characters), and The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976).

As an actress, Adrienne Corri has acted in movies such as Rosebud, released in 1975 as Lady Carter, Woman Times Seven (1967) portraying Mme. Lisiere (segment "At The Opera"), Devil Girl from Mars (1954) in which she portrays Doris, Madhouse (1974) playing Faye, The Surgeon's Knife (1957) as Laura Shelton, and Moon Zero Two (1969) in which she portrays Elizabeth Murphy.

Information about Stanley Kubrick (film director of "A Clockwork Orange"):

Stanley Kubrick was an American director, writer, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, and actor. Stanley Kubrick has directed movies such as Paths of Glory, released in 1957, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), Killer's Kiss (1955), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Eyes Wide Shut (1999), and Lolita (1962).

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