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Spot No. 1 - "It's been three years since 2001" - 55 seconds
(William Tell Overture music) 1st announcer: Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange - sexy, funny, violent, satiric, musical, bizarre, witty, political, frightening, metaphorical, comic... (continues in background while Funeral for Queen Mary music comes up) 2nd announcer: It's been three years since 2001, seven years since Dr. Strangelove, ten years since Lolita, fourteen since Paths of Glory.  Recently Stanley Kubrick completed A Clockwork Orange, it's based on the novel by Anthony Burgess and stars Malcolm McDowell as a young tough into rape, ultra-violence and Beethoven. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, winner of the New York Film Critics best film and best director awards from Warner Brothers, a Kinney Company. A Clockwork Orange. (William Tell Overture music) 1st announcer: frightening, metaphorical, comic, sardonic, erotic, dangerous, Beethoven, rated X.

Spot No. 2 - "Critic #1" (Canby/Crist) - 60 seconds
(March from ACO music) Here's what critics are saying about Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Vincent Canby of The New York Times wrote, "It is brilliant. A tour de force of extraordinary images, music, words and feelings. A Clockwork Orange is so beautiful to look at and to hear that it dazzles the senses and the mind. Judith Crist has called it the number one film of the year. She said, "Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange stands as a stunningly original work, even as it does full justice to Anthony Burgess' novel. It is in his total vision that Kubrick's mastery of every phase of his art is displayed in bravura style." And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted.

Spot No. 3 - "Critic #2" (Cocks/Zimmerman) - 60 seconds
(March from ACO music) Here's what critics are saying about Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Time Magazine's Jay Cocks wrote, "If there was any doubt after 2001, ACO confirms Kubrick as our most audacious film maker. His work is stylistically almost flawless." Paul Zimmerman of Newsweek said, "The kind of tour de force of the intellect and imagination that marks Kubrick as a true genius of the cinema - working through brilliant  ironies and dazzling dramatic ideas that please us, provoke our laughter and galvanize our intellects." And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted.

Spot No. 4 - "Critic #3" (Reed) - 60 seconds
(March from ACO music) Here's what critics are saying about Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Rex Reed has said, "Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange begins where other movies leave off. It is a film of such precise vision and impact of such greatness and impact to the history of movies that it is impossible for me to overestimate it's value. ACO is one of the few perfect films I've seen in my lifetime." And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted.

Spot No. 5 - "Critic #4" (Alpert) - 30 seconds
(March from ACO music) Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Hollis Alpert of Saturday Review writes, "It can be said without question that Kubrick is the countries most important filmmaker, fit to stand on a pedestal beside Europe's best - Bergman and Fellini." And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted.

Spot No. 6 - "Critic #5" (Reed/Crist) - 30 seconds
(March from ACO music) Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. Rex Reed says, "ACO is one of the few perfect films I've seen in my lifetime." Judith Crist calls it the number one film of the year. And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick as best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X.

Spot No. 7 - "Critic #6" (Reviews) - 60 seconds
(March from ACO music) Here's what the critics are saying about Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. The Catholic News says, "Harrowing humanistic, magnificently moral and chillingly Christian. It's not merely in the challenging content also in the daringly treatment that the film never loses it's balance on it's tightrope walk to brilliance." And Time Magazine writes, "Some movies are so inventive and powerful that they can be viewed again and again and each time yield up fresh illuminations. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange is such a movie." Now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award for best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick as best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted. 

Spot No. 8 - "Critic #7" (Reviews) - 30 seconds
Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange. The Catholic News says, "Harrowing humanistic, magnificently moral and chillingly Christian. It's not merely in the challenging content also in the daringly treatment that the film never loses it's balance on it's tightrope walk to brilliance." And now the New York Film Critics have given A Clockwork Orange their award as best film of the year and have named Stanley Kubrick as best director of the year. Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange from Warner Brothers is rated X, under 17 not admitted. 

Note on package: Use No. 6 "Critic #5" because it does not have under 17 not admitted.

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