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******  According to a recent issue of Sight & Sound, Kubrick
personally refused to allow the film to be shown in England because of
a few copycat incidents that occured during the initial release.  I was
a bit surprised that he had such control over the film's distribution
but the article was quite explicit that there had been no showings.  LT
 
 
 
In <[log in to unmask]> Michael Sime
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>Off the track of this thread, but I'm curious. We recently had a
friend over
>from England, and while flipping channels, we came across "A Clockwork
>Orange". She said she read the book, but that the film was banned in
England.
>I was dumbfounded, but...?
>
>Anyone have any insight into this?
>
>Mike
>
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