Byline: Malcolm McDowell Image: Intimidating movie villain Best known for: A Clockwork Orange Early life: Born Malcolm John Taylor on June 13, 1943, in Leeds.
What does ACO stand for?
ACO stands for A Clockwork Orange (movie/book)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Welsh company Volcano Theatre's production of A Clockwork Orange is directed by Paul Davies.
There have been many versions of A Clockwork Orange on stage but Davies believes many of them mimicked the film whereas the Welsh company is determined to reflect the book.
It pipped ultra-violent A Clockwork Orange to top spot in a poll by rental service Lovefilm.
The survey by rental service Lovefilm put Stanley Kubrick's notorious A Clockwork Orange in second place.
Rose, meanwhile, told us she was going as "Alex, from [Stanley Kubrick's] A Clockwork Orange.
Moreover, it appears that the film's title was used as the cover for whenever the Scala cinema in London illicitly screened A Clockwork Orange, before it was unbanned after Kubrick's death.
A Clockwork Orange was turned into a film in 1971 by director Stanley Kubrick and director Phil Swinburne says the People's Theatre production had borrowed many elements of the cult film.