Today, 45 years ago, Warner Bros. bought a one-page ad in Variety to proudly “announce the completion of principal photography on Stanley Kubrick’s first film since 2001: a Space Odyssey. A Clockwork Orange is, like all Stanley Kubrick’s films, unique. We believe it will be one of the most important films of 1971.” Release was set for Christmas.
Kubrick started shooting the film on September 7, 1970, and closed production on February 24, 1971. A Clockwork Orange had the shortest shooting schedule of any Kubrick film (out of his first ones). The film opened in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto on December 19, 1971.
“Hindsight – Part 4″ – Monday, March 7, 2016 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
As more information pours in about victims from the past, and how
they tie to the murders of the present, Lt. Cooper and Amy Sykes get
caught in an unexpected gun fight. Sharon finally finds the pressure
point she needs for leverage against both Rev. Price and his attorney
and Mark Hickman as she forces her way forward to the truth.
Directed by Leo Geter
Written by Michael Alaimo
Created by James Duff
It’s clearly Provenza and Patrice’s wedding. I hope we get to see the entire thing, and maybe it’s time Sykes got a proposal. I know that it’s way too early for Shandy to get married, so maybe Sharon will get a proposal on Amy and Chuck’s wedding. That could be a MC wedding tradition (and we all know Sharon feels about weddings).
SEASON PREMIERE: “A Rose Is a Rose” – Monday, June 8, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) The squad investigates a double homicide related to an ongoing string of home invasions in the Hollywood Hills. Meanwhile, Sanchez attempts to reintegrate himself in the division after his suspension over a questionable use of force, while Captain Raydor makes a fateful choice in the life of her adopted son, Rusty. Kathe Mazur, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Ransford Doherty, Brandon Barash, Savannah Lathem, Skyler Maxon and Raul Diaz guest star.