" SHOOTING SCRIPT "
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE"
A Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick
A KINNEY COMPANY
A STANLEY KUBRICK PRODUCTION
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
The camera starts on an extreme close up of Alex's face and slowly pulls
back on him and reveals the three droogs sitting next to him. Georgie to
Alex's left, Dim and Pete to his right. All are leaning against the wall and
each is dressed in white work shirts and pants with suspenders with black
combat boots and hats. Alex has a bowler, Georgie a flat top hat, Dim a
round one and Pete a chapeau. The words "Milk Plus" and the three
drink types are written on the walls in a psychedelic fashion). Eventually
the whole bar is shown like a long hallway, with naked lady milk machines, other
patrons sit quietly in booths along the sides, nude female tables with wild hair color and matching pubic hair
and bouncers with their arms crossed on each side.
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Alex: (Voice Over) The Korova milkbar
sold milkplus, milk plus vellocet or
synthemesc or drencrom, which is what
we were drinking. This would sharpen
you up and make you ready for a bit of
the old ultra-violence. Our pockets
were full of money so there was no
need on that score but, as they say,
money isn't everything.
The last sentence was not in the film.
Screenplay Copyright Stanley Kubrick 1970
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