What's the Difference between A Clockwork Orange the Book and A Clockwork Orange the Movie?

Science Fiction

A Clockwork Orange

Released: 1962
Author: Anthony Burgess

A Clockwork Orange

Released: 1971
Director: Stanley Kubrick
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Portrayed by: Malcolm McDowell
Portrayed by: Warren Clarke
Portrayed by: James Marcus
Portrayed by: Michael Tarn
F. Alexander
Mr. Alexander
Portrayed by: Patrick Magee
Dr. Brodsky
Dr. Brodsky
Portrayed by: Carl Duering
Prison Chaplain
Prison Chaplain
Portrayed by: Godfrey Quigley
Minister of the Interior
Minister of the Interior
Portrayed by: Anthony Sharp
A Clockwork Orange Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   F. Alexander can walk when he takes Alex in, lives alone and takes care of his own chores. Alex's gang's attack leaves F. Alexander confined to a wheelchair, and he gets a manservant named Julian.
   Dr. Brodsky's team monitor Alex from behind an opaque mirror during the Ludovico experiment. They monitor him from the theater's back seats, in plain view.
   Alex watches the Ludovico experiment films all by himself. A doctor is by his side to apply eye drops as he watches them.
   Alex is brutally beaten up by Dim and Billyboy after being released from prison. Alex is attacked by Dim and Georgie.
   Alex and his gang rob a shop, later presenting an alibi to the police in the form of some old women they bought drinks for swearing they'd been at a café all night. This does not happen.
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