A Clockwork Orange (Film)

Notes and References

Notes

References

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  6. ^ Saturday Review, December 25, 1971
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  11. ^ Duncan 2003, p. 128.
  12. ^ a b Duncan 2003, p. 129.
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  19. ^ Baxter 1997, pp. 6-7.
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  • Duncan, Paul (2003). Stanley Kubrick: The Complete Films. Taschen GmbH. ISBN 978-3836527750. 

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