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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Clockwork Orange, A .
|What is the occupation of the man whom Alex and his friends pay a 'surprise visit' to?||A Clockwork Orange
writer. He was a 'subversive' writer. According to the book (I believe) he was writing a book titled 'A Clockwork Orange.'
Basil. 'What's happened to my snake? What have you done with Basil?' 'Well..he, like...met with an accident, son.'
The Ludovico Treatment. 'Like going to the cinema, then?'
murder. 'The accidental killing of a person, sir!'
a bust of Beethoven. 'Lovely lovely Ludwig Van.'
|What is the name of the leader of the rival gang whom Alex and his gang fight with?||A Clockwork Orange
Billy-boy. 'Well if it isn't fat stinking Billy-boy and his four stinking droogs!'
|What is written on the sign outside the couple's house to whom Alex and his friends pay a 'surprise visit'?||A Clockwork Orange
Home. 'It was home I was looking for, and Home I found.'
|What type of establishment are Alex and his friends relaxing in at the beginning of the movie?||A Clockwork Orange
a milk bar. Milk plus, that is.
Russian. Anthony Burgess had lived in Russia for a while, and he based much of Alex's expressions on the Russian dialect, and called it Nadsat.
Ultra-violence. 'It would sharpen us up, get us ready for a bit of the old ultra-violence.'
Milk. Alex and his droogs liked to drink Moloko-Plus (milk with something added) at the Korova Milkbar.
Tired. 'We were all feeling a bit shagged, and fagged, and fashed, this having been an evening of some small energy expenditure.'
Sex. Alex took home two devotchkas for a bit of in-out, in-out. In the film, they are women, but they are only ten years old in the book.
Males. 'A delicious young malchick'.