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1Academy of Chess and Checkers THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBAmusementPool Halls

Academy of Chess and Checkers
Johnny Clay begins the final preparations for the $2 million heist.



3Aries 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Aries
Lunar/Mars lander.



3Art Nouveau A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Art Nouveau
The number 10 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Art Nouveau" by Comic Strips.



3BBC 122001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBCinemaTV Stations

BBC 12


4Beardsley CollegeLOLITA 1962 FilmBBBEducationColleges

Beardsley College
Ohio college where Humbert received a professorship.

5Berti LaskiA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Berti Laski
Pop singer. Alex: "The stereo was on and you got the idea that the singer's goloss was moving from one part of thebar to another, flying up to the ceiling and then swooping down again and whizzing from wall to wall. It was Berti Laski rasping a real starry oldie called 'You Blister My Paint'.

6Best SellerTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Best Seller
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

7Black Christmas A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Black Christmas
The number 8 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Black Christmas" by Cyclops.



3Bland CorporationDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmBBBCorporationsCompanies

Bland Corporation
Think-tank, stylized as "BLAND Corporation".

4The Blow Goes A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

The Blow Goes
The number 7 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Down" by The Blow Goes.



3Bread Brothers A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Bread Brothers
The number 5 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Dogs an Cats" by Bread Brothers.



3C.R.M. 114 DiscriminatorDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmBBBTechnology ProductsCommunication Devices

C.R.M. 114 Discriminator
Piece of critical radio equipment, the destruction of which prevents the crew of a B-52 from hearing the recall code that would stop them from dropping their hydrogen bombs on the Soviet Union.

4Camp ClimaxLOLITA 1962 FilmBBBYouth ServicesYouth Camps

Camp Climax
Camp where Lolita spends the summer.

5Claudius Bird-manA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Claudius Bird-man
Musician. Alex: "There was music playing, a very nice malenky string quartet, my brothers, by Claudius Bird-man, one that I knew well."

6A Clockwork OrangeA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBLiteratureBooks

A Clockwork Orange
Book by F. Alexander. "It's a book," I said. "It's a book what you are writing." I made the old goloss very coarse. "I have always had the strong-est admiration for them as can write books." Then I looked at its top sheet, and there was the name - A Clockwork Orange - and I said: "That's a fair gloopy title. Who ever heard of a clockwork orange?"

7A Clockwork OrangeA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBLiteratureBooks

A Clockwork Orange
Book that Frank Alexander is working on when Alex and his droogs break into is home and rape his wife during one of their surprise visits.

8Comfort KingTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Comfort King
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

9Comic Strips A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Comic Strips
The number 10 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Art Nouveau" by Comic Strips.



3Cyclops A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Cyclops
The number 8 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Black Christmas" by Cyclops.



3Das BettzeugA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusic Products

Das Bettzeug
Opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster. Alex: "It was from an opera by Friedrich Gitter-fenster called 'Das Bettzeug', and it was the bit where she's snuffing it with her throat cut, and the slovos are 'Better like this maybe'."

4Discovery One 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Discovery One




3Dogs an Cats A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Dogs an Cats
The number 5 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Dogs an Cats" by Bread Brothers.



3Down A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Down
The number 7 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Down" by The Blow Goes.



3DromeLOLITA 1962 FilmBBBTobaccoCigarettes

Drome
Cigarette endorsed by Clare Quilty.

4Duke of New YorkA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBDiningRestaurants

Duke of New York


5Duke of New YorkA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBDiningRestaurants

Duke of New York
Restaurant. Alex: "So we went into the Duke of New York on Amis Avenue and sure enough in the snug there were three or four old baboochkas peeting their black and suds on SA."

6Durango 95A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBVehiclesMotor Vehicles

Durango 95
Car. "The autos parked by the sinny weren't all that horrorshow, crappy starry veshches most of them, but there was a newish Durango 95 that I thought might do."

7Durango 95 A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBVehiclesMotor Vehicles

Durango 95
Car that Alex and his droogs steal, actually one of three M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16 designed by former Marcos cars designers Dennis and Peter Adams.



3Early Streak THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Early Streak
Horse that races on the day of the heist.



3Elementary CrystallographyA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBLiteratureBooks

Elementary Crystallography
Book.

4FiregoldA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Firegold
Mixed drink. "And I poured my pocket of deng all over the table, and the other three did likewise, O my brothers. So double firegolds were bought in for the scared starry lighters, and they knew not what to do or say."

5Friedrich Gitter-fensterA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Friedrich Gitter-fenster
Musician. The devotchka in the Korova Milk Bar bursts out singings the opera Das Bettzeug by Friedrich Gitter-fenster.

6Fuddy's Baby THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Fuddy's Baby
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3Geoffrey PlautusA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Geoffrey Plautus
Alex mentions listening to a new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon Georgia Philharmonic.

4Gillespie's Cafe EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBDiningCafes and Delis

Gillespie's Cafe
Cafe near the Sonata jazz club where Bill coaxes an employee into telling him what hotel Nick Nightingale was staying.



3GoalA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Goal
Magazine Alex mentions.

4Goggly GogolA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Goggly Gogol
Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"

5Goggly Gogol A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Goggly Gogol
The number 1 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Mass in G" by Goggly Gogol. Also the name on the tape that Alex removes from his stereo in order to play Beethoven.



3H.A.L. 9000 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBComputersA.I.

H.A.L. 9000
Discovery One's shipboard computer.



3H.A.L. Laboratories2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBResearch InstitutesLaboratories

H.A.L. Laboratories
Kubrick says that HAL stands for Heuristically programmed ALgorithmic computer.

4Heaven Seventeen A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Heaven Seventeen
The number 4 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Inside" by Heaven Seventeen.



3The Heaven SeventeenA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

The Heaven Seventeen
Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"

4HIlton: Space Station V 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBTravelLodging

HIlton: Space Station V




3Hollywood Barber ShopKILLER'S KISS 1955 FilmBBBBeauty CareBarber Shops

Hollywood Barber Shop


4The Humpers A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

The Humpers
The number 3 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is Sweaty Club by The Humpers.



3IBM Telepad 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBTechnology ProductsElectronics

IBM Telepad




3Inside A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Inside
The number 4 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Inside" by Heaven Seventeen.



3I'm Hoping THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

I'm Hoping
Horse that races on the day of the heist.



3Jeffrey's LuggageTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBApparelClothing Stores

Jeffrey's Luggage
Store where Johnny Clay buys the suitcase for the money.

4Jelly Roll A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Jelly Roll
The number 8 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Jelly Roll" by The Legend.



3Johnny BurnawayA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Johnny Burnaway
Musician Alex mentions at the record store.

4Johnny Zhivago A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Johnny Zhivago
The number 2 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Really Play" by Johnny Zhivago.



3Johnny ZhivagoA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Johnny Zhivago
Musician, a "Russky koshka", whose song Only Every Other Day plays in the Korova Milk Bar, moments before a devotchka bursts out singing like a great bird, which makes Dim dog-howl, and Alex reprimand him by fisting him skorry on the rot.

4The Korova Milk BarA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBNightlifeBars

The Korova Milk Bar
Bar. "We sat in the Korova Milkbar making up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening."

5The Korova Milk Bar A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBNightlifeBars

The Korova Milk Bar
The drug-orientated bar where Alex and his droogs start all of their nights out. Sells milk-plus, glasses of milk spiked with a variety of recreational drugs.



3L. Muhaiwir and the Esh Sham SinfoniaA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

L. Muhaiwir and the Esh Sham Sinfonia
Alex visits the music store to see about the Beethoven Number Nine he ordered, recorded on Masterstroke by the Esh Sham Sinfonia under L. Muhaiwir.

4Lay Quit Awhile with Ed and Id MolotovA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Lay Quit Awhile with Ed and Id Molotov
Musician Alex mentions at the record store.

5The Legend A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

The Legend
The number 8 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Jelly Roll" by The Legend.



3Little ArnieTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Little Arnie
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

4Lover's DilemmaTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Lover's Dilemma
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

5Lucky Arrow THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Lucky Arrow
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3Luke SterneA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Luke Sterne
Musician the young devotchkas mention at the record store: "Who you getten, bratty? What biggy, what only? The Heaven Seventeen? Luke Sterne? Goggly Gogol?"

4Macon Georgia PhilharmonicA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Macon Georgia Philharmonic
Alex mentions listening to a new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon Georgia Philharmonic.

5Main EntranceTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Main Entrance
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

6Mao Giang FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmBBBCinemaMovies

Mao Giang
Movie on theater marquee during news crew interview. Translation: "Red River".



3Mass in G A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Mass in G
The number 1 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Mass in G" by Goggly Gogol.



3MELODIAA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicRecord Stores

MELODIA
Record store. Alex: "It had the gloopy name of MELODIA, but it was a real horrorshow mesto and skorry, most times, at getting the new recordings."

4Milk Plus DrencromA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Milk Plus Drencrom
Milk beverage served at the Korova Milk Bar... "Well, what they sold there was milk plus something else. They had no license for selling liquor, but there was no law yet against prodding some of the new veshches which they used to put into the old moloko, so you could peet it with vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom or one or two other veshches which would give you a nice quiet horrorshow fifteen minutes admiring Bog And All His Holy Angels and Saints in your left shoe with lights bursting all over your mozg. Or you could peet milk with knives in it, as we used to say, and this would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of dirty twenty-to-one, and that was what we were peeting this evening I'm starting off the story with."

5Milk Plus SynthemescA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Milk Plus Synthemesc
Milk beverage served at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: "Well, what they sold there was milk plus something else. They had no license for selling liquor, but there was no law yet against prodding some of the new veshches which they used to put into the old moloko, so you could peet it with vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom or one or two other veshches which would give you a nice quiet horrorshow fifteen minutes admiring Bog And All His Holy Angels and Saints in your left shoe with lights bursting all over your mozg. Or you could peet milk with knives in it, as we used to say, and this would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of dirty twenty-to-one, and that was what we were peeting this evening I'm starting off the story with."

6Milk Plus VellocetA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Milk Plus Vellocet
Milk beverage served at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: "Well, what they sold there was milk plus something else. They had no license for selling liquor, but there was no law yet against prodding some of the new veshches which they used to put into the old moloko, so you could peet it with vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom or one or two other veshches which would give you a nice quiet horrorshow fifteen minutes admiring Bog And All His Holy Angels and Saints in your left shoe with lights bursting all over your mozg. Or you could peet milk with knives in it, as we used to say, and this would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of dirty twenty-to-one, and that was what we were peeting this evening I'm starting off the story with."

7Milk with Knives in ItA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Milk with Knives in It
Milk beverage served at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: "Well, what they sold there was milk plus something else. They had no license for selling liquor, but there was no law yet against prodding some of the new veshches which they used to put into the old moloko, so you could peet it with vellocet or synthemesc or drencrom or one or two other veshches which would give you a nice quiet horrorshow fifteen minutes admiring Bog And All His Holy Angels and Saints in your left shoe with lights bursting all over your mozg. Or you could peet milk with knives in it, as we used to say, and this would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of dirty twenty-to-one, and that was what we were peeting this evening I'm starting off the story with."

8The Miracle of the SnowflakeA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBLiteratureBooks

The Miracle of the Snowflake
Book.

9The MixersA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

The Mixers
Musician Alex mentions at the record store.

10MolokoA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBBeverage ProductsMilk

Moloko
Milk like beverage. Alex: "I opened the door of 10-8 with my own little klootch, and inside our malenky quarters all was quiet, the pee and em both being in sleepland, and mum had laid out on the table on malenky bit of supper - a couple of lomticks of tinned sponge-meat with a shive or so of kleb and butter, a glass of the old cold moloko."

11Moloko Drencrom A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMenuMenu Items

Moloko Drencrom
Menu item at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: There was me. That is, Alex, and my three droogs. That is, Pete, Georgie and Dim. And we sat in the Korova Milk Bar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. The Korova Milk Bar sold milk plus. Milk plus velIocez 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.



3Moloko Plus A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMenuMenu Items

Moloko Plus
Menu item at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: There was me. That is, Alex, and my three droogs. That is, Pete, Georgie and Dim. And we sat in the Korova Milk Bar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. The Korova Milk Bar sold milk plus. Milk plus velIocez 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.



3Moloko Synthemesc A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMenuMenu Items

Moloko Synthemesc
Menu item at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: There was me. That is, Alex, and my three droogs. That is, Pete, Georgie and Dim. And we sat in the Korova Milk Bar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. The Korova Milk Bar sold milk plus. Milk plus velIocez 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.



3Moloko Vellocet A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMenuMenu Items

Moloko Vellocet
Menu item at the Korova Milk Bar. Alex: There was me. That is, Alex, and my three droogs. That is, Pete, Georgie and Dim. And we sat in the Korova Milk Bar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. The Korova Milk Bar sold milk plus. Milk plus velIocez 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.



3Mr. Jiggs THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Mr. Jiggs
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3The Municipal Power PlantA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBCorporationsEnergy and Power Companies

The Municipal Power Plant
Where Alex and his droogs come across Billyboy and his five droogs.

4My BabyTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

My Baby
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

5National Gramodisc ArchivesA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBEntertainmentMuseums

National Gramodisc Archives
Job Alex gets after being cured. Alex: "Also I had by far the best job of all we four, being in the National Gramodisc Archives on the music side with a real horrorshow carman full of pretty polly at the week's end and a lot of nice free discs for my own malenky self on the side."

6New York Hospital EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBHealthcareHospitals

New York Hospital
Hospital where Mandy was taken, mentioned in the article about Mandy's overdose.



3Newswatch THE SHINING 1980 FilmBBBTelevisionTV News

Newswatch
Local news show that Dick Hallorann watches back home.



3Nick NightingaleEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

Nick Nightingale
Piano player.

4Odysseus ChoerilosA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Odysseus Choerilos
Alex mentions listening to a new violin concerto by the American Geoffrey Plautus, played by Odysseus Choerilos with the Macon Georgia Philharmonic.

5Orion III 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmBBBVehiclesSpacecrafts

Orion III
Passenger spaceplane operated by Pan American World Airways.



3Overlook Hotel THE SHINING 1980 FilmBBBTravelHotels

Overlook Hotel
Hotel where the Torrance family spends the winter, Jack's job as caretaker.



3Purple Shadow THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Purple Shadow
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3Rainbow Fashions EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBServicesRental Services

Rainbow Fashions
Costume rental shop where Bill Harford rents a costume for the party at the mysterious mansion.



3Ramsdale High SchoolLOLITA 1962 FilmBBBEducationHigh Schools

Ramsdale High School
Lolita's high school.

4Really Play A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Really Play
The number 2 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Really Play" by Johnny Zhivago.



3Red LightningTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Red Lightning
Horse that Nikki Arcane shoots on the day of the heist.

4Second EndingTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Second Ending
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

5Serum 114 A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBDrugsMedicine

Serum 114
The name of the drug injected into Alex to help his reformation. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.

6Seymour's DarlingTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Seymour's Darling
Horse that races on the day of the heist.

7Sharky's Coffee House EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBDiningCoffeehouses

Sharky's Coffee House
Coffee shop where Bill takes refuge when he is followed by a mysterious person after leaving Domino's. It is here that he learns about Mandy's overdose from The New York Post.



3SinnyA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Sinny
Film magazine that Alex mentions.

4Slouse'sA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBRetailGas Stations

Slouse's
Shop that Alex and his droogs attack.

5Sonata Cafe EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmBBBNightlifeNightclubs

Sonata Cafe
Bar that Bill visits, where Nick Nightingale plays piano.



3Southern StarTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Southern Star
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

4Spanish Sherry THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Spanish Sherry
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3The Sparks A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicMusicians

The Sparks
The number 6 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Switch" by The Sparks.



3Special Capt. THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Special Capt.
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.



3Stanley CageTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Stanley Cage
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

4Stash KrohA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicMusicians

Stash Kroh
Musician Alex mentions at the record store.

5State Institute for Reclamation of Crimi...A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBHealthcareHospitals-Mental Health

State Institute for Reclamation of Criminal Types
Alex: "What it said underneath my picture was that here was the first graduate from the new State Institute for Reclamation of Criminal Types, cured of his criminal instincts in a fortnight only, now a good law-fearing citizen and all that cal."

6State Marine InsuranceA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBFinancial CompaniesInsurance Services

State Marine Insurance
Pete's job when Alex runs into him after being cured.Pete: "We have a small flat. I am earning very small money at State Marine Insurance, but things will get better, that I know."

7StopwatchTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Stopwatch
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

8Stovington Preparatory AcademyTHE SHINING 1980 FilmBBBEducationBoarding Schools

Stovington Preparatory Academy
Jack wears a Stovington T-shirt, referencing the prep school where he used to teach in the novel by Stephen King.

9Sweaty Club A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Sweaty Club
The number 3 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Sweaty Club" by The Humpers.



3Switch A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmBBBMusicSongs

Switch
The number 6 song on the Top Ten board in the record store is "Switch" by The Sparks.



3Third RowTHE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

Third Row
Racehorse at Lansdowne Park.

4VeteranA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMenuMixed Drinks

Veteran
Mixed drink.Alex: "We ordered us four veterans - a veteranbeing rum and cherry brandy mixed, which was popular just then, some liking a dash of lime in it, that being the Canadian variation."

5Vietnam: The Movie FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmBBBCinemaMovies

Vietnam: The Movie
Joker: Is that you, John Wayne? Is this me?
Cowboy: Hey, start the cameras. This is "Vietnam: the Movie!"
Eightball Yeah, Joker can be John Wayne. I'll be a horse!
Donlon: T.H.E. Rock can be a rock!
T.H.E. Rock: I'll be Ann-Margret!
Doc Jay: Animal Mother can be a rabid buffalo!
Crazy Earl: I'll be General Custer!
Rafterman: Well, who'll be the Indians?
Animal Mother: Hey, we'll let the gooks play the Indians!




3The Weekly TrumpetA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBPeriodicalsNewspapers

The Weekly Trumpet
Newspaper.

4White Fire THE KILLING 1956 FilmBBBSportsRacehorses

White Fire
Horse that races on the day of the heist.



3WorldsportA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBPeriodicalsMagazines

Worldsport
Magazine Alex mentions.

4York General CognacA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBBeverage ProductsAlcohol

York General Cognac
Alcohol product. Alex: "Anyway, they were each given a bottle of Yank General, cognac that is, to take away, and I gave money for them to be delivered each a dozen of black and suds that following morning, they to leave theirstinking old cheenas' addresses at the counter."

5You Blister My PaintA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureBBBMusicSongs

You Blister My Paint
Song by pop singer Berti Laski. Alex: "The stereo was on and you got the idea that the singer's goloss was moving from one part of thebar to another, flying up to the ceiling and then swooping down again and whizzing from wall to wall. It was Berti Laski rasping a real starry oldie called 'You Blister My Paint'.

FICTITIOUS TIMELINE
6July 4, 1921 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 1st HalfEvents

July 4, 1921
The photo at the end of the movie is from the Overlook Hotel's 4th of July Ball in 1921.



3September 29, 1956 THE KILLING 1956 FilmDates20th Century: 50sEvents

September 29, 1956
Johnny Clay brings his gang together to plan their upcoming $2 million heist at the Lansdowne racetrack.



3October 2, 1956 THE KILLING 1956 FilmDates20th Century: 50sEvents

October 2, 1956
Tuesday morning. Johnny Clay begins the final preparations for the $2 million heist.



3October 6, 1956 THE KILLING 1956 FilmDates20th Century: 50sEvents

October 6, 1956
Johnny Clay and his gang steal $2 million from Lansdowne Park.



3December 25, 1967 FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmDates20th Century: 60sEvents

December 25, 1967
Marines sing happy birthday to Jesus, followed by a magic show at 0930.



3December 13, 1977 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 70sExpiration Dates

December 13, 1977
Expiration Date on the box of Cafe Vienna in the Overlook pantry where Wendy locks Jack up.



3May 15, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

May 15, 1980
The Overlook Hotel's 1980 season runs from May 15th to October 30th.



3October 30, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

October 30, 1980
The Overlook Hotel's season runs from May 15th to October 30th.



3November 30, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

November 30, 1980
A Month Later.



3December 2, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 2, 1980
Tuesday.



3December 4, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 4, 1980
Thursday.



3December 6, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 6, 1980
Saturday.



3December 8, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 8, 1980
Monday.



3December 10, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

December 10, 1980
Wednesday.



3December 11, 1980 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sDeath Dates

December 11, 1980
Thursday.



3May 1, 1981 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDates20th Century: 80sEvents

May 1, 1981
Jack Torrance reminds Wendy that he agreed to look after the Overlook until May the first.



3January 12, 1992 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

January 12, 1992
HAL becomes operational at the HAL Plant in Urbana, Illinois.



3December 21, 1997 EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

December 21, 1997
Monday. Bill Harford and his wife Alice attend Victor Ziegler's Christmas party, where Bill is reunited with Nick Nightingale, an old medical school classmate who dropped out and now plays the piano professionally.



3December 22, 1997 EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

December 22, 1997
While smoking marijuana, Alice Harford tells Bill that during their vacation on Cape Cod, she encountered a naval officer and fantasized about leaving Bill and their daughter. Bill is called to the house of a patient who has just died. Afterward, Bill meets Nick Nightingale at a jazz club, where Nick tells him about a party at a mysterious mansion where invitees require a costume, a mask and a password.



3December 23, 1997 EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

December 23, 1997
Bill Harford attends the party at the mysterious mansion that Nick Nightingale told him about. He is ushered to a crowded room and unmasked by the master of ceremonies. A woman intervenes and insists on redeeming him, at an undisclosed personal cost. Bill is let off with a warning not to tell anyone about what happened. Back home, his wife Alice tells him about her dream in which she was having sex with the naval officer and many other men, and laughing at the idea of Bill witnessing the scene.



3December 24, 1997 EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

December 24, 1997
After unsuccessfully attempting to locate Nick Nightingale, Bill Harford returns to the mysterious mansion, where he is warned to stay away. He finds out about Mandy's overdose from a New York Post newspaper article, then learns of her death when he visits the hospital. Back home, he finds his mask from the party on his pillow and tells his wife Alice everything. The newspaper prop provides the date, and assumed to be current since Bill gets it from a street newspaper box, allowing for extrapolation of the rest of the film's timeline. Alternate theories suggest that because the newspaper prop also contains an article about a real-life event that occurred on December 10, 1996 (in which suspected bank robber Anthony Norman took a hostage aboard a Long Island Rail Road train car, characterizing the events as having happened "yesterday"), the date is actually December 11 and the date on the prop is a mistake. Mistake or not, that's the visible date.



3December 25, 1997 EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmDates20th Century: 90sEvents

December 25, 1997
Friday. Bill Harford and his wife Alice go Christmas shopping with their daughter.



3May 20 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDatesNo YearEvents

May 20
The Overlook Hotel opens for the season, according to the Title Card in the deleted hospital scene from the original ending: The Overlook Hotel would survive this tragedy, as it had so many others. It is still open each year from May 20th to September 20th. It is closed for the winter.



3September 20 THE SHINING 1980 FilmDatesNo YearEvents

September 20
The Overlook Hotel closes for the season, according to the Title Card in the deleted hospital scene from the original ending: The Overlook Hotel would survive this tragedy, as it had so many others. It is still open each year from May 20th to September 20th. It is closed for the winter.



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3Amis AvenueA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesAvenues

Amis Avenue
Street. Alex: "So we went into the Duke of New York on Amis Avenue and sure enough in the snug there were three or four old baboochkas peeting their black and suds on SA."

4Attlee AvenueA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesAvenues

Attlee Avenue
Street. Alex: "Well, we went off now round the corner to Attlee Avenue, and there was this sweets and cancers shop still open."

5Boothby AvenueA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesAvenues

Boothby Avenue
Street. Alex: "So we scatted out into the big winter nochy and walked down Marghanita Boulevard and then turned into Boothby Avenue, and there we found what we were pretty well looking for, a malenky jest to start off the evening with."

6Burpelson Air Force BaseDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmMapStructuresMilitary Bases

Burpelson Air Force Base
General 'Buck' Turgidson: Mr. President, about 35 minutes ago, General Jack Ripper, the commanding general of Burpelson Air Force Base issued an order to the 34 B-52's of his Wing...

7HomeA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapStructuresBuildings

Home
Cottage in the country that Alex and his droogs attack during their surprise visit. "The Luna was well up now, and we could viddy this cottage fine and clear as I eased up and put the brake on, the other three giggling like bezoomny, and we could viddy the name on the gate of this cottage veshch was HOME, a gloomy sort of a name."

8Kingsley AvenueA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesAvenues

Kingsley Avenue
Location of Alex's apartment building, Minicipal Flatblock 18A - between Kingsley Avenue and Wil-sonsway.

9The ManseA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapStructuresBuildings

The Manse
House where Alex's droogs set him up to be arrested. Alex: "So we came nice and quiet to this domy called the Manse, and there were globe lights outside on iron stalks, like guarding the front door on each side, and there was a light like dim on in one of the rooms on the ground level, and we went to a nice patch of street dark to watch through the window what was ittying on."

10Marghanita BoulevardA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesBoulevards

Marghanita Boulevard
Street. Alex: "So we scatted out into the big winter nochy and walked down Marghanita Boulevard and then turned into Boothby Avenue, and there we found what we were pretty well looking for, a malenky jest to start off the evening with."

11Municipal Flatblock 18AA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapResidential CommunitiesApartment and Condos

Municipal Flatblock 18A
Apartment building. Alex: "Where I lived was with my dadda and mum in the flats of Municipal Flatblock 18A, between Kingsley Avenue and Wil-sonsway."

12OldtownA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapUrban AreasNeighborhoods

Oldtown
Neighborhood. Alex: "Just past the Duke of New York going east was offices and then there was the starry beat-up biblio and then was the bolshy flatblock called Victoria Flatblock after some victory or other, and then you came to the like starry type houses of the town in what was called Oldtown."

13Priestly PlaceA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapUrban AreasNeighborhoods

Priestly Place
Neighborhood where Alex and his droogs find the Durange 95. "What we needed now was an auto, so we turned left coming out of the alley, knowing right away we were in Priestly Place as soon as we viddied the big bronze statue of some starry poet with an apey upper lip and a pipe stuck in a droopy old rot."

14RamsdaleLOLITA 1962 FilmMapUrban AreasCities-U.S.

Ramsdale
New Hampshire town where Humbert intends to spend the summer before his professorship begins at Beardsley College.

15Space Station V 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmMapOuter SpaceSpace Stations

Space Station V
Space station.



3State Jail 84FA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapDetention CentersCorrectional Facilities

State Jail 84F
Where Alex is sent to prison.

4Taylor PlaceA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesThoroughfares

Taylor Place
Street. Alex: "I got the autobus from the corner and rode to Center, and then I walked back to Taylor Place, and there was the disc-bootick I favoured with my inestimable custom, O my brothers."

5Victoria FlatblockA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapResidential CommunitiesApartment and Condos

Victoria Flatblock
Apartment building. Alex: "Just past the Duke of New York going east was offices and then there was the starry beat-up biblio and then was the bolshy flatblock called Victoria Flatblock after some victory or other, and then you came to the like starry type houses of the town in what was called Oldtown."

6W. Olive THE KILLING 1956 FilmMapTransit RoutesThoroughfares

W. Olive
Address of the apartment where Johnny Clay brings the gang together to plan their $2 million heist at the racetrack.



3Wil-sonswayA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureMapTransit RoutesThoroughfares

Wil-sonsway
Location of Alex's apartment building, Minicipal Flatblock 18A - between Kingsley Avenue and Wil-sonsway.

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4Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: You know what you can do with that watch? Stick it up your arse!

5Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, well. To what do I owe the extreme pleasure of this surprising visit?



3AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: And the first thing that flashed into my gulliver was that I'd like to have her right down there on the floor with the old in-out, real savage.

4Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: I was cured all right.



3Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: No time for the old in-out, love, I've just come to read the meter.



3Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: There was me, that is Alex and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie and Dim, and we sat in the Korova Milk Bar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening. The Korova Milk Bar sold Milk Plus. Milk plus Vellocet or Synthmesc or Drencrum, which is what we were drinking. This would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of the old ultra-violence.



3AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Viddy well, little brother. Viddy well.

4AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: You try to frighten me. Admit so, sir. This is some new form of torture. Say it, Brother Sir.

5AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: What we were after now was the old surprise visit. That was a real kick and good for smecks and lashings of the ultra-violent.

6AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Oh bliss! Bliss and heaven! Oh, it was gorgeousness and gorgeousity made flesh. It was like a bird of rarest-spun heaven metal or like silvery wine flowing in a spaceship, gravity all nonsense now. As I slooshied, I knew such lovely pictures!

7Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Come and get one in the yarbles, if you have any yarbles, you eunuch jelly, thou.



3Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Well, well, well! Well if it isn't fat stinking billy goat Billy Boy in poison! How art thou, thou globby bottle of cheap stinking chip oil? Come and get one in the yarbles, if ya have any yarble, ya eunuch jelly thou!



3Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Appy-polly-loggies. I had something of a pain in my gulliver so I had to sleep. I was not awakened when I gave orders for awakening.



3AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: Initiative comes to thems that wait.

4Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: The Durango '95 purred away a real horrowshow. A nice warm vibraty feeling all through your guttiwuts!



3AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: There was nothing I hated more than to see a filthy old drunkie, a-howling away at the filthy songs of his fathers and going blurp blurp in between as if it were a filthy old orchestra in his stinking rotten guts. I could never stand to see anyone like that, especially when they were old like this one was.

4Alex A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: What we were after now was the old surprise visit. That was a real kick and good for laughs and lashings of the old ultraviolence.



3AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: You're clear as an unmuddied lake, Fred. As clear as an azure sky of deepest summer. You can rely on me, Fred.

4AlexA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alex
Alex: It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen.

5Alex's fellow inmate's name that talks w...A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Alex's fellow inmate's name that talks with a lisp.
Little Christian
Big Jew
Long Muslim


6Alex's snake's name. A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Alex's snake's name.
Basil
Ginger
Nutmeg




3Alice HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alice Harford
Alice Harford: So, because I'm a beautiful woman, the only reason any man wants to talk to me is because he wants to fuck me? Is that what you're saying?

4Alice HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alice Harford
Alice Harford: Hmmm, tell me something, those two girls at the party last night. Did you, by any chance, happen to fuck them?

5Alice Harford & Dr. Bill HafordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alice Harford & Dr. Bill Haford
Alice Harford: Millions of years of evolution, right? Right? Men have to stick it in every place they can, but for women. women it is just about security and commitment and whatever the fuck else!
Dr. Bill Harford: A little oversimplified, Alice, but yes, something like that.
Alice Harford: If you men only knew.


6Alice Harford & Dr. Bill HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Alice Harford & Dr. Bill Harford
Alice Harford: I do love you and you know there is something very important we need to do as soon as possible.
Dr. Bill Harford: What's that?
Alice Harford: Fuck.


7Animal Mother FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Animal Mother
Animal Mother: If I'm gonna get my balls blown off for a word, my word is poontang.



3Animal Mother FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Animal Mother
Animal Mother: Well I got a joke for you. I'm gonna tear you a new asshole.



3Babysitter's name.EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Babysitter's name.
Roz
Christine
Wendy


4Cobalt Thorium GDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherMatterElements

Cobalt Thorium G
An element used in the Russians' doomsday device.

5Colonel Pogue FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Colonel Pogue
Colonel Pogue: Son, all I've ever asked of my marines is that they obey my orders as they would the word of God. We are here to help the Vietnamese, because inside every gook there is an American trying to get out. It's a hardball world, son. We've gotta keep our heads until this peace craze blows over.



3Cowboy FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Cowboy
Cowboy: I hate Vietnam. There's not one horse in this whole country. There's not one horse in Vietnam. There's something basically wrong with that.



3Cowboy FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Cowboy
Cowboy: I think what she's trying to say is that you black boys pack too much meat.



3Cowboy FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Cowboy
Cowboy: Good morning little schoolgirl. I'm a little schoolboy, too.



3Crazy EarlFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Crazy Earl
Crazy Earl: These are great days we're living, bros! We are jolly green giants, walking the earth with guns. These people we wasted here today are the finest human beings we will ever know. After we rotate back to the world, we're gonna miss not having anyone around that's worth shooting.

4Da Nang Hooker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Da Nang Hooker
Da Nang Hooker: Hey baby, you got girlfriend Vietnam? Well, baby, me so horny. Me so horny. Me love you long time. You party?



3Danny TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Danny Torrance
Danny Torrance: Tony is a little boy that lives in my mouth.

4Danny TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Danny Torrance
Danny Torrance: Redrum! Redrum! Redrum!

5Danny's nickname.THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Danny's nickname.
Bugs
Doc
Hal


6Dave & HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dave & HAL
Dave: Hello, HAL do you read me, HAL?
HAL: Affirmative, Dave, I read you.
Dave: Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
HAL: I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.
Dave: What's the problem?
HAL: I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do.
Dave: What are you talking about, HAL?
HAL: This mission is too important for me to allow you to jeopardize it.
Dave: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL?
HAL: I know you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.
Dave: Where the hell'd you get that idea, HAL?
HAL: Dave, although you took thorough precautions in the pod against my hearing you, I could see your lips move.


7Dave & HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dave & HAL
Dave: All right, HAL, I'll go in through the emergency airlock.
HAL: Without your space helmet, Dave, you're going to find that rather difficult.
Dave: HAL, I won't argue with you anymore! Open the doors!
HAL: Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.


8Delbert GradyTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Delbert Grady
Delbert Grady: My girls, sir, they didn't care for the Overlook at first. One of them actually stole a pack of matches and tried to burn it down. But I corrected them, sir. And when my wife tried to prevent me from doing my duty, I corrected her.

9Deleted Hospital Scene THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesSolo


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10Dick HallorannTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dick Hallorann
Dick Hallorann: I can remember when I was a little boy. My grandmother and I could hold conversations entirely without ever opening our mouths. She called it 'shining.' And for a long time, I thought it was just the two of us that had the shine to us. Just like you probably thought you was the only one. But there are other folks, though mostly they don't know it, or don't believe it.

11Dick HallorannTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dick Hallorann
Dick Hallorann: Some places are like people: some shine and some don't.

12Dick HallorannTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dick Hallorann
Dick Hallorann: Well, you know, Doc, when something happens, you can leave a trace of itself behind. Say like, if someone burns toast. Well, maybe things that happen leave other kinds of traces behind. Not things that anyone can notice, but things that people who 'shine' can see. Just like they can see things that haven't happened yet. Well, sometimes they can see things that happened a long time ago. I think a lot of things happened right here in this particular hotel over the years. And not all of 'em was good.

13Door Gunner FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Door Gunner
Door Gunner: Get some! Get some! Get some!



3Door Gunner FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Door Gunner
Door Gunner: Anyone who runs is V.C. Anyone who stands still is well-disciplined V.C.!



3Door Gunner & Joker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Door Gunner & Joker
Door Gunner: I done got me 157 dead gooks killed. Plus 50 water buffalo, too! Them's all confirmed!
Joker: Any women or children?
Door Gunner: Sometimes.
Joker: How can you shoot women or children?
Door Gunner: Easy! You just don't lead 'em so much! Ain't war hell?




3Door Gunner & Joker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Door Gunner & Joker
Door Gunner: You guys oughta do a story about me sometime!
Joker: Why should we do a story about you?
Door Gunner: 'Cause I'm so fuckin' good!




3Dr. Bill HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dr. Bill Harford
Dr. Bill Harford: No dream is ever just a dream.

4Dr. Bill Harford & Nick NightingaleEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dr. Bill Harford & Nick Nightingale
Dr. Bill Harford: You know what they say, once a doctor always a doctor.
Nick Nightingale: Yes, or in my case, never a doctor, never a doctor.


5Dr. Bill Harford, Gayke & NualaEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dr. Bill Harford, Gayke & Nuala
Dr. Bill Harford: Now, where exactly are we going. exactly?
Gayle: Where the rainbow ends.
Dr. Bill Harford: Where the rainbow ends?
Nuala: Don't you want to go where the rainbow ends?
Dr. Bill Harford: Well, now that depends where that is.
Gayle: Well, let's find out.


6Dr. Floyd2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dr. Floyd
Dr. Floyd: It's origin and purpose still a total mystery.

7Dr. Floyd & Dr. Halversen2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Dr. Floyd & Dr. Halversen
Dr. Floyd: What's that? Chicken?
Dr. Halvorsen: Something like that. Tastes the same anyway.


8Droogs A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherCriminalsGangs

Droogs




3Eightball FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Eightball
Eightball: Excuse me, ma'am. What we have here little yellow sister is a magnificent specimen of pure Alabama blacksnake.



3Frank AlexanderA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Frank Alexander
Frank Alexander: She was very badly raped, you see! We were assaulted by a gang of vicious, young, hoodlums in this house! In this very room you are sitting in now! I was left a helpless cripple, but for her the agony was too great! The doctor said it was pneumonia, because it happened some months later! During a flu epidemic! The doctors told me it was pneumonia, but I knew what it was! A victim of the modern age! Poor, poor girl!

4Gayke & Dr. Bill HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gayke & Dr. Bill Harford
Gayle: Do you know what's so nice about doctors?
Dr. Bill Hartford: Usually a lot less than people imagine.
Gayle: They always seem so knowledgeable.
Dr. Bill Harford: Oh, they are very knowledgeable about all sorts of things.
Gayle: But I bet they work too hard. Just think of all they miss.
Dr. Bill Harford: You're probably right.


5General 'Buck' TurgidsonDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

General 'Buck' Turgidson
General 'Buck' Turgidson: Mr. President, about, uh, 35 minutes ago, General Jack Ripper, the commanding general of, uh, Burpelson Air Force Base, issued an order to the 34 B-52's of his Wing, which were airborne at the time as part of a special exercise we were holding called Operation Drop-Kick. Now, it appears that the order called for the planes to, uh, attack their targets inside Russia. The, uh, planes are fully armed with nuclear weapons with an average load of, um, 40 megatons each. Now, the central display of Russia will indicate the position of the planes. The triangles are their primary targets, the squares are their secondary targets. The aircraft will begin penetrating Russian radar cover within, uh, 25 minutes.

6George THE KILLING 1956 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

George
George: I love you, Sherry.

7George & Val THE KILLING 1956 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

George & Val
George: Where's the jerk? Where's George?
Val: The jerk's right here.


8Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Unfuck yourself or I will unscrew your head and shit down your neck!



3Gunnery Sergeant HartmanFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: God has a hard on for Marines, because we kill everything we see. He plays His games, we play ours. To show our appreciation for so much power, we keep heaven packed with fresh souls. God was here before the marine corps, so you can give your heart to Jesus, but your ass belongs to the corps!

4Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: You climb obstacles like old people fuck. Do you know that, Private Pyle?



3Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Hell I like you, you can come over to my house and fuck my sister.



3Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Bullshit! It looks to me like the best part of you ran down the crack of your mama's ass and ended up as a brown stain on the mattress.



3Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: I bet you're the kind of guy that would fuck a person in the ass and not even have the god damned common courtesy to give him a reach around.

4Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Were you born worthless, or did you have to work at it?

5Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: What is your major malfunction, Numb Nuts? Didn't your mommy and daddy show you enough attention when you were a child?

6Gunnery Sergeant HartmanFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: A rifle is only a tool. It's a hard heart that kills. If your killer instincts are not clean and strong you will hesitate at the moment of truth. You will not kill. You will become dead Marines. And then you will be in a world of shit. Because Marines are not allowed to die without permission! Do you maggots understand?

7Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Who said that? Who the fuck said that? Who's the slimy communist shit twinkle-toed cocksucker who just signed his own death warrant?

8Gunnery Sergeant HartmanFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: You are pukes. You are the lowest form of life on earth. You are not even human fucking beings. You are nothing but unorganized grab-asstic pieces of amphibian shit.

9Gunnery Sergeant Hartman FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Are you quitting on me?! Well, are you?! Then quit, you slimy fucking walrus-looking piece of shit! Get the fuck off of my obstacle! Get the fuck down off of my obstacle! Now! Move it! I'm going to rip your balls off, so you cannot contaminate the rest of the world! I will motivate you, Private Pyle, if it short-dicks every cannibal on the Congo!

10HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: I know I've made some very poor decisions recently, but I can give you my complete assurance that my work will be back to normal.

11HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: I've just picked up a fault in the AE35 unit. It's going to go 100% failure in 72 hours.

12HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: Look Dave, I can see you're really upset about this.

13HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: I honestly think you ought to calm down, take a stress pill and think things over.

14HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: It can only be attributable to human error.

15HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: Let me put it this way, Mr. Amer. The 9000 series is the most reliable computer ever made. No 9000 computer has ever made a mistake or distorted information. We are all, by any practical definition of the words, foolproof and incapable of error.

16HAL2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL
HAL: I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.

17HAL & Dave 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

HAL & Dave
HAL: I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I'm a.fraid. Good afternoon, gentlemen. I am a H.A.L. 9000 computer. I became operational at the H.A.L. plant in Urbana, Illinois on the 12th of January 1992. My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a song. If you'd like to hear it I can sing it for you.
Dave Bowman: Yes, I'd like to hear it, HAL. Sing it for me.
HAL: It's called Daisy. Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do. I'm half crazy all for the love of you. It won't be a stylish marriage, I can't afford a carriage. But you'll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle built for two.


18How tall are the walls of the Overlook's...THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherTriviaNumbers Game

How tall are the walls of the Overlook's famous hedge maze?
15 feet, 3 inches
11 feet, 6 inches
13 feet


19Insults FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherThemesBillboard


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20Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: Have ever had any single moment's thought about my responsibilities? To my employers? Has it ever occurred to you that I have agreed to look after the Overlook until May the first! Does it matter to you at all that the owners have put their complete confidence and trust in me that I have signed an agreement, a contract, in which I have accepted that responsibility?

21Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: See, it's okay. He saw it on the television.

22Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: Things could be better, Lloyd. Things could be a whole lot better.

23Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: Wendy, darling, light of my life! I'm not gonna hurt you. You didn't let me finish my sentence. I said, I'm not gonna hurt you. I'm just gonna bash your brains in. I'm gonna bash 'em right the fuck in!

24Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: Here's Johnny!

25Jack TorranceTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Jack Torrance
Jack Torrance: The most terrible nightmare I ever had. It's the most horrible dream I ever had.

26Joker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker
Joker: Well, pilgrim, only after you eat the peanuts outta my shit.



3Joker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker
Joker: I wanted to meet interesting, stimulating people of an ancient culture, and kill them. I wanted to be the first kid on my block to get a confirmed kill.



3Joker FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker
Joker: The dead know only one thing: it's better to be alive.



3JokerFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker
Joker: I wanna slip my tube steak into your sister. What'll you take in trade?

4JokerFULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker
Joker: My thoughts drift back to erect nipple wet dreams about Mary Jane Rottencrotch and the Great Homecoming Fuck Fantasy. I am so happy that I am alive, in one piece and short. I'm in a world of shit. yes. But I am alive. And I am not afraid.

5Joker, Cowboy, Eightball, Donlon, T.H.E.... FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Joker, Cowboy, Eightball, Donlon, T.H.E. Rock, Doc Jay, Crazy Earl, Rafterman & Animal Mother
Joker: Is that you, John Wayne? Is this me?
Cowboy: Hey, start the cameras. This is "Vietnam: the Movie!"
Eightball Yeah, Joker can be John Wayne. I'll be a horse!
Donlon: T.H.E. Rock can be a rock!
T.H.E. Rock: I'll be Ann-Margret!
Doc Jay: Animal Mother can be a rabid buffalo!
Crazy Earl: I'll be General Custer!
Rafterman: Well, who'll be the Indians?
Animal Mother: Hey, we'll let the gooks play the Indians!




3The little boy's name that lives in Dann...THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

The little boy's name that lives in Danny's mouth and tells him things.
Bobby
Tony
Willy


4LloydTHE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Lloyd
Lloyd: Women. Can't live with them, can't live without them.

5The Ludovico TechniqueA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureOtherMiscellaneousTechniques-Psychology

The Ludovico Technique
A form of aversion therapy that Alex is subjected to - he is injected with nausea-inducing drug while watching violent films, eventually conditioning him to become severely ill at the mere thought of violence.

6Major TJ King Kong DR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Major TJ King Kong
Major TJ King Kong: Yahoo! Yahoo!

7Marines FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Marines
Marines: This is my rifle. There are many like it but this one is mine. My rifle is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me, my rifle is useless. Without my rifle I am useless. I must fire my rifle true. I must shoot straighter than my enemy, who is trying to kill me. I must shoot him before he shoots me. I will. Before God I swear this creed: my rifle and myself are defenders of my country, we are the masters of my enemy, we are the saviors of my life. So be it, until there is no enemy, but peace. Amen.



3Marion & Dr. Bill HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Marion & Dr. Bill Harford
Marion: I love you. I don't want to go away with Carl.
Dr. Bill Harford: Marion, I don't think you realize.
Marion: I do, even if I'm never to see you again, I want at least to live near you.
Dr. Bill Harford: Marion, listen to me, listen to me. You're very upset right now and I don't think you realize what you're saying.
Marion: I love you.
Dr. Bill Harford: We barely know each other. I don't think we've had a single conversation about anything except your father.
Marion: I love you.


4MinisterA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Minister
Minister: If a man cannot choose, he ceases to be a man.

5Nathansons' maid's name.EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Nathansons' maid's name.
Flora
Maria
Rosa


6Operation Drop-KickDR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherPlansOperations

Operation Drop-Kick
General 'Buck' Turgidson: Mr. President, about, uh, 35 minutes ago, General Jack Ripper, the commanding general of, uh, Burpelson Air Force Base, issued an order to the 34 B-52's of his Wing, which were airborne at the time as part of a special exercise we were holding called Operation Drop-Kick. Now, it appears that the order called for the planes to, uh, attack their targets inside Russia. The, uh, planes are fully armed with nuclear weapons with an average load of, um, 40 megatons each. Now, the central display of Russia will indicate the position of the planes. The triangles are their primary targets, the squares are their secondary targets. The aircraft will begin penetrating Russian radar cover within, uh, 25 minutes.

7P.R. DeltoidA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

P.R. Deltoid
P.R. Deltoid: It'll be your own torture. I hope to God it'll torture you to madness.

8Pattern THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesShield, The


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9Poodle's name at the airport. THE KILLING 1956 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Poodle's name at the airport.
Sebastian
Shaw
Hiram




3Private Gomer Pyle's real name. FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherTriviaName Game

Private Gomer Pyle's real name.
Lawrence Lansing
Leonard Lawrence
Lansing Leonard




3Robert Giusti Logo Concept THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesShield, The


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5Sandor Szavost EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Sandor Szavost
Sandor Szavost: Don't you think one of the charms of marriage is that it makes deception a necessity for both parties? May I ask why a beautiful woman who could have any man in this room wants to be married?

6Sherry THE KILLING 1956 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Sherry
Sherry: It isn't fair. I never had anybody but you. Not a real husband. Not even a man. Just a... bad joke without a punch line.

7Sponge-meatA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureOtherRecipesFood Recipes

Sponge-meat
Alex: "I opened the door of 10-8 with my own little klootch, and inside our malenky quarters all was quiet, the pee and em both being in sleepland, and mum had laid out on the table on malenky bit of supper - a couple of lomticks of tinned sponge-meat with a shive or so of kleb and butter, a glass of the old cold moloko."

8Sponsor THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesBillboard


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10Untitled THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesMouth of Madness


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12Untitled EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherThemesFlatliners


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13Untitled A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherThemesBeast


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14Untitled THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesDark Shadows


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17Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesStarfighter


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18Untitled FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherThemesBeast


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19Untitled THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesMouth of Madness


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20Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesWolf


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21Untitled DR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherThemesDark Shadows


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23Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesBeast


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24Untitled FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherThemesMouth of Madness


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25Untitled DR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherThemesDark Shadows


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27Untitled A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1962 LiteratureOtherThemesShield, The


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28Untitled EYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherThemesBeast


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29Untitled THE KILLING 1956 FilmOtherThemesFlatliners


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30Untitled A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherThemesDark Shadows


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31Untitled A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherThemesColor Out of Space


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32Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesGray Eagle


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33Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesWolf


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34Untitled FULL METAL JACKET 1987 FilmOtherThemesDark Shadows


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35Untitled THE SHINING 1980 FilmOtherThemesSingles


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36Untitled 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 1968 FilmOtherThemesWolf


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37Victor Ziegler & Dr. Bill HarfordEYES WIDE SHUT 1999 FilmOtherQuotesQuotes

Victor Ziegler & Dr. Bill Harford
Victor Ziegler: What if I told you that what you saw last night was only a game? Merely staged?
Dr. Bill Harford: What kind of sick. game involves the killing of an innocent woman?


38What are the colors of Alex's 2 plastic ... A CLOCKWORK ORANGE 1971 FilmOtherTriviaQuestions

What are the colors of Alex's 2 plastic ball pens when he is being processed into prison?
One blue, one black.
One black, one red.
Two red.




3What book was Dr Strangelove based on?DR. STRANGELOVE 1964 FilmOtherTriviaQuestions

What book was Dr Strangelove based on?
Paths of Glory by Humphrey Cobb
The Thin Red Line by James Jones
Red Alert by Peter George











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