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Futuristic House from 'A Clockwork Orange'

Listed under Film Locations in London, United Kingdom.

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A Clockwork Orange (Dir: Stanley Kubrick, 1971)

Skybreak, Warren Radlett, Hertfordshire, England

Kubrick shot ‘A Clockwork Orange’ all over the UK, but the most memorable location is Mr. Alexander’s futuristic glass walled house in the countryside, near the small town of Warren Radlett. Alex’s therapy took place on the campus of Brunel University, Middlesex and he’s finally killed by tramps under Albert Bridge in Battersea.

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