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Malcolm McDowell Born in England, McDowell is best known for his roles in A Clockwork Orange, Caligula, O Lucky Man, Voyage of the Damned, Time after Time, Tank Girl, The Book of Eli, and Hidalgo. McDowell has been married 3 times and has 5 children.

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE   Alex is a charismatic young man who has a strong interest in classical music and terms of "ultra-violence."  He and his droogs would cause trouble almost every day and night.  One night, Alex was betrayed by his own droogs and arrested for committing a murder.  Two years later, he was later volunteered for an experimentation to "cure" insane criminals.  And when everything seemed okay for him, things suddenly gotten worse!  Genre:Sci-fi, Psychological, Crime, Drama

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Alex is a charismatic young man who has a strong interest in classical music and terms of "ultra-violence." He and his droogs would cause trouble almost every day and night. One night, Alex was betrayed by his own droogs and arrested for committing a murder. Two years later, he was later volunteered for an experimentation to "cure" insane criminals. And when everything seemed okay for him, things suddenly gotten worse! Genre:Sci-fi, Psychological, Crime, Drama

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John Travolta and Urma Thurman ~Pulp Fiction,1994 : Directed by the Fabulous Quentin Tarantino <3

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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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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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