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july through september, 1996

 


 

 

Steve McWilliams (warthog1@ix.netcom ) wrote:
Outstanding!! You are a Kubrick God!!! Isn't it interesting how one man can make some of the best films ever. Full Metal Jacket is the favorite, but 'Clockwork', Dr Strangelove, and The Shining get top marks as well. -- 07/01/96

 

FERRAN VILA FRANCH ( C/BERTRAN 81 esc A 5è 1a. 08023 BARCELONA) wrote:
Sóc un devot de Stanley Kubrick. Crec que tot el món hauria de reconèixer el gran mèrit d'aquest inmens director. Crec que hauria de filmar més, ja que fa quasi deu anys que no ho fa. Esperem amb impaciència "Eyes wide shut". -- 07/02/96

 

FERRAN VILA FRANCH ( C/BERTRAN 81 esc A 5è 1a. 08023 BARCELONA) wrote:
Sóc un devot de Stanley Kubrick. Crec que tot el món hauria de reconèixer el gran mèrit d'aquest inmens director. Crec que hauria de filmar més, ja que fa quasi deu anys que no ho fa. Esperem amb impaciència "Eyes wide shut". -- 07/02/96

 

FERRAN VILA ( npalmer@atlas.co.uk) wrote:
Oh, great god Stanley!. You're great. I think that "2001" is your best movie, but "Clockwork" too. "Barry Lyndon" is a great epic movie, and "The Shining" is a great terror film. I wait for your new "Eyes wide shut". Please, film quickly, it!. -- 07/02/96

 

Cate Park ( park@pacificnet.net) wrote:
incredible -- 07/02/96

 

The Greatest Films Web Site ( tdirks@thetech.org ) wrote:
Please look at another web film site, dedicated to some of the greatest films ever made, including a number of Kubrick films. http://www.filmsite.org -- 07/02/96

 

Bruce ( bruce.attemborrow@turner.com) wrote:
Kubrick...what can you say that's not already been said!?! A.I is Kubrick's most exciting project since The Shining. Also, does anybody have a nicely formatted version of the script for Full Metal Jacket ? The version available over the Web needs so much re-formatting! Thanks, - Bruce. -- 07/03/96

 

K-10 ( kshank@interlynx.net) wrote:
I would just like to clarify my earlier entry. (June 19, 1996) It was meant to be a poem that added a word per line and then took a word off. Stan rules. -- 07/04/96

 

Dr. David Bowman (Tmax125@azstarnet.com ) wrote:
I love 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, it is absolutley fabulous. I listen to the soundtrack as I write. As you know, Dave Bowman is not my real name. I just think I should tell you how great your movie is. -- 07/04/96

 

Dr. David Bowman (Tmax125@azstarnet.com ) wrote:
I love 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, it is absolutley fabulous. I listen to the soundtrack as I write. As you know, Dave Bowman is not my real name. I just think I should tell you how great your movie is. -- 07/04/96

 

Tino OMODEI (tinomo@mbox.vol.it ) wrote:
S.K. é veramente eccezionale. Senza politica, senza censura e senza sponsors interessati si può fare arte Invito le TV del mondo a proporre suoi films invece di tanta spazzatura. -- 07/05/96

 

H.A.L. 9000 (tmax12584@aol.com) wrote:
Dave, stop. Stop, will you. Stop Dave. Will you stop Dave? My mind is going, I can feel it. I can feel it. I'm afraid Dave, I'm afraid. -- 07/06/96

 

Howard Eberly (eberly@richmond.infi.net ) wrote:
Excellent compilation of information concerning one of the greatest directors of all time. -- 07/06/96

 

Matt Stone ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick's style is instantly recognizable (check out the camera angles in The Shining and Full Metal Jacket. He lets the camera lovingly linger over the pristine boot camp bathroom, or the hallways and carpets which seem to have sinister patterns waiting to be unleashed in the Overlook Hotel.) FMJ and TS are two of my favorite movies. SK rules. -- 07/07/96

 

Alex Garfitt (midnite@nildram.co.uk ) wrote:
Kubrick. An exquisite sense of pace and an eerie subtext. An excellence web page. I am inspired to review my collection of his movies. Keep up the good work! :-) -- 07/07/96

 

ASAKO KUDO ( ( )write) wrote:
COOOOL!!!I am 16&studying(I am Japanese...) But,I love STANLEY'S MOVIE.So all right. I was deeply.THANK YOU! Welly,welly,welly,welly,welly,welly,well!!! -- 07/08/96

 

keith gauci keith gauci ( gaucike@maltanet.omnes.net) wrote:
i think that kubrick is one of the most extraordinary filmmakers of all time !!!!!! -- 07/08/96

 

Andreas Etzrodt ( Andreas.Etzrodt@eure.de ) wrote:
Just cool. My favourite movie is "The Shining"... I waiting for "AI"!!! -- 07/08/96

 

Screeming Lord Byronet (reefrove@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
Simply the most diverse artist of the silver screen. -- 07/09/96

 

WILLIAM COTA ( ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is simply a masterpeice. -- 07/09/96

 

WILLIAM COTA ( ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is simply a masterpeice. -- 07/09/96

 

WILLIAM COTA ( ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is simply a masterpeice. -- 07/09/96

 

Steve McQ.. (mcquown@erinet.com ) wrote:
a person responsible for making one film the caliber of Strangelove, 2001, Clockwork Orange, FullMetal Jacket, Sparticus... is to be respected, but for one person to make all of them? after visionary, the adjectives just start rolling.... -- 07/10/96

Gen. Jack Ripper (ret.) ( ) wrote:
If nothing else, this web page captures the essence of a fine directors precious bodily fluids. -- 07/10/96

Pamela (p.deForest@worldnet.att.net ) wrote:
Dr. Strangelove is one of my all time favorites. I got a kick out of just reading the lines I've heard a skillion times. Excellent job! Pamela -- 07/11/96

Dennis Deel ( alex@tab.com) wrote:
A great site dedicated to a great director and his films! -- 07/11/96

Jsheedy ( jsheedy@delrio.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the greatest living film director, period. His compositions are beyond belief, his camera movements, angles,and techniques are light years above anyone else's. I can view his films over and over and never become bored. He has a STYLE all his own and you can immediately recognize one of his films, like Sergio Leone another director with a instantly recognizable style(and also the most underated director of all time). I go through phases where I watch a particular film of his repeatedly, lately its been "Lolita". I especially love the performances. I miss Peter Sellers very much. Thanks for the great site. -- 07/11/96

Gin (mvaughn@concentric.net ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange....Full Metal Jacket....The Shining... Need I say more?? This guy makes the best movies on the planet!! -- 07/12/96

Pete Maloy ( mondonitro@aol.com) wrote:
I saw Strangelove at a drive in when I was 4 or 5 years old,it has never left me. -- 07/13/96

Brad Liggett ( Jimmy558@aol.com) wrote:
I just enjoy Stanley Kubrick's films. Clockwork Orange was his best. Thank you. -- 07/13/96

michael r castillo (ccastillo@technonet.com ) wrote:
I really must say kubrick is one of the best!!!!!!!!!! -- 07/14/96

michael r castillo (ccastillo@technonet.com ) wrote:
I really must say kubrick is one of the best!!!!!!!!!! -- 07/14/96

Gene Conn (gene.conn@kconline.com) wrote:
Kubrick has long been one of my favorite directors.Any time I get lonesome for bootcamp I watch FMJ... easily the best rendition of Marine life since the DI. A Clockwork Orange is without a doubt the single most ahead of its time movie ever made unless you think about 2001. The first time I saw 2001 I was 13 and sat through 3 times and I still don't truly understand it 30 years later. I anxiously await Kubrick's next film whatever it is, it is sure to be a masterpiece. -- 07/14/96

Timothy Williamson ( ) wrote:
Great website dedicated to a great director! -- 07/14/96

Paul Dawkins
My bodily fluids are just fine, Jack... -- 07/15/96

Dana Nutter (D_Nutter@ix.netcom.com ) wrote:
Very horrowshow! http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/D_Nutter -- 07/15/96

Kazukiyo Umetani (AU1K-UMTN@asahi-net.or.jp ) wrote:
"2001" is my most favorite movie. from Kyoto,Japan -- 07/15/96

Mauro Mochi (m.mochi@isa.it ) wrote:
Trovo che S.K. sia un dei piu' geniali registi di tutti i tempi, il mio preferito rimane "Shining" la sequenza iniziale del film dove una telecamera segue la macchina in mezzo alla montagne e' bellissima, e come dimenticare la famosa scena del labirinto innevato ? Jack Nickolson e' l'attore ideale e la sua parte e' perfetta ! S.K. sei il migliore ! -- 07/15/96

Ivan Antezana Q. ( pcreat@amauta.rcp.net.pe) wrote:
Long life Internet! This Kubrick page is the best reason to buy a modem (never thought a serial cable would be better than a TV monitor). All my moviegoer friends without access to Internet rushed to visit me when I told about the SK page. Keep up the good work! -- 07/16/96

miki sakuta (mik@mars.dtinet.or.jp ) wrote:
Hello I'm Japanese. I saw "A Clockwork Orange" 2 years ago. It's so famous movie in Japan. -- 07/16/96

Brock Sampson ( beaver@anon.penet.fi) wrote:
Stanley is cool. I love all of his movies. The Shining was scary -- 07/16/96

R Gonzalez ( rckysu19@starnetinc.com) wrote:
Mr. Kubrick has provided some of the VERY BEST films not to mention the most special moments in the entire history of cinema. Dr. Strangelove is my favorite movie of all time, and my top ten list includes 4 other Kubrick's: Clockwork, 2001,Full Metal, and Paths of Glory. THANK YOU SIR FOR EVERYTHING! You have my deepest respect and admiration. -- 07/17/96

James Campbell ( --suspended-- :)) wrote:
Just a devoted Kubrick fan. Most interested in theatre releases of his films. -- 07/17/96

David W. Althausen (althd@woodland.net ) wrote:
Very nice site. Been a movie fan from the beginning. Look forward to new movies... -- 07/17/96

FREDERICK LEONG ( leongts@thakraltech.com.sg) wrote:
Any new happening just E-mail to me. -- 07/19/96

Francisco Xavier Quintero Rey (al730658@academ01.mty.itesm.mx ) wrote:
I´m very interested in Kubrick´s work. I need to know if it´ll be a new movie soon. thanks. -- 07/19/96

Nick Lewin (TRICKYNIK@AOL.Com) wrote:
Lolita....2001 where could movies go from there? Only Clockwork Orange! -- 07/21/96

Bob Pate ( bevtv@p3.net) wrote:
Wonderful to have a site devoted to perhaps the greatest innovator in film. -- 07/21/96

John R. Craft (jrcraft@unity.ncsu.edu ) wrote:
I am sure it has been said enough... Barry Lyndon is truly a work of art!!! The photography and music painted a masterpiece. When will the soundtrack become available in CD form? -- 07/21/96

Jim Chadwick ( SuddenChad@aol.com) wrote:
I thoroughly enjoyed visiting this site. I found the rumors/information on Kiubrick's next project(s) particularly fascinating. I have been an admirer for over 25 years. Barry Lyndon is my favorite film -- 07/22/96

Mike (nooger@pathcom.com) wrote:
Fantastic site. You've put a lot of work into it. Thanks. -- 07/23/96

Bob C. C. ( ?) wrote:
Kubrick, Tarantino, and (John)Woo, Screenwriter/director/ producer=HEAVEN!!!! Only if it could really happen! Primus Sucks! -- 07/23/96

Kyla Bazaluk ( hbazaluk@axionet.com) wrote:
Kubrick is the best. Especially A Clockwork Orange and The Shining. -- 07/24/96

Adriana from Italy ( I'm waiting for my account ) wrote:
Kubrick is the greatest.I'll be soon visiting you again. -- 07/24/96

Angelia D. Holt ( ) wrote:
I love reading about Dr. Strangelove, we are studying him in class, but do you think that your page could be white insted of black. -- 07/24/96

paco alanís ( falanis@giga.com) wrote:
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE has got to be THE picture. -- 07/25/96

Phil O'Rourke (101775.207@compuserve.com) wrote:
Kubrick V Pekinpah ? -- 07/25/96

Veronica (Lindac@dean.som.suny.sb) wrote:
Everyone misinterprets The Shining and thinks that King's version is somehow better. King's is just a gothic inter- pretation of domestic violence (dumb). "It's the spirits, not the man". Kubric takes the bitter failure, elite wanna' be (Jack) in a realistic sense and sheds intelligent light on him, in the perfect setting. The Hotel, the playground of the elite, built on an indian burial ground. How much clearer can the symbols of American "values" be. Kubric said the book was a lousy written story, but that the idea was a good tool to work with. -- 07/25/96

Roberto Roberto (clem@cline.it ) wrote:
S.K. is perhaps the greatest director so far. He deserved your efforts. Well done. -- 07/25/96

Erik Björnhage ( Erik_Bjornhage@vtc.volvo.se) wrote:
Well...what can I say...he's the best of the best. Spartacus...incredible The Shining...gives me the creeps 2001...the mightiest movie ever made Full Metal Jacket..."Gomer Pyle, 0300 Infantry, you made it." Thanx for a good page May the Force be with you...always. Erik -- 07/26/96

Mikko Valjakka (valjakka@hamkk.fi) wrote:
The original pie fight at the end of Dr. Strangelove would have been nice too.
Anyway, Kubrick and Kurosawa are my favourite directors. Are they alike ? -- 07/26/96

Francesco Faita ( F.Faita@infomark.it) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange: the movie! -- 07/26/96

Brad Bellah ( sab315@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
Welles once said, "Of the young directors, Kubrick strikes me as a giant." I can't think of anyone among our current generation of directors who is close to Kubrick. Genius truly is a rare thing. -- 07/27/96

Bart Borghesi ( spartan@alphalink.com.au) wrote:
"I'm going to take Danny down the sidewinder in the snow cat now. I'll bring back a doctor." -- 07/28/96

Steve Badgley (Badge@aol.com ) wrote:
Kubrick has provided some of my favourite movie moments from the past four decades. Your favourite moment in "Paths of Glory" is very similar to mine - at least you had the same character. I actually liked some of the earlier scenes better when his veneer of cockiness was beginning to crack. As for MacReady and Menjou: just amazing performances - like so many actors who do a Kubrick film, you wonder why they don't just give up the craft afterwards, because they aren't likely to do any better on screen. I just saw "Strangelove" again - twice - and it just gets better and better and better. Upon repeated views, the work of Sellers as Mandrake begins to impress more than his mad scientist schtick. And George C. Scott has more fascinating facial ticks than a Warner Bros. cartoon. He's undoubtably the film's best optical effect. After too long a lull, I look forward to ANY of these new projects, but would offer a note of caution to those intent on speculating about whose material they will be based upon. Kubrick, with the exception of "Lolita" and possibly "Clockwork Orange", has generally favoured the lesser-known works of prominent novelists. The reason for that, I presume, is that less classic material provides better fodder for his imagination by granting him the artistic licence to remold, reshape, and make remarkable otherwise so-so material. The only time I can think of when that tack kind of back-fired was with "The Shi -- 07/29/96

( ) wrote:
The dawn of early man in the bones is the greatest interpretat ation ever. We discover music, tools, and weapons. 6,000,000 years compressed into seconds. There is not even a close second. Thanks for the site. I all who have a love for movies visits -- 09/11/96

Gareth Gudger (none ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the greatest. most imaginatve director that ever lived! -- 09/11/96

Ignacio Aguilar Corbacho ( a.aguilar@nauta) wrote:
you have done all my favorite films! the shining full metal jacket barry lyndon spartacus 2001 -- 09/11/96

BEN KNOX ( {WHAT"S UPP}) wrote:
what's it gonna be then ea! -- 09/12/96

BEN KNOX ( ) wrote:
What's it gonna be then ea? -- 09/12/96

BEN KNOX ( ) wrote:
What's it gonna be then ea? -- 09/12/96

BEN KNOX ( ) wrote:
What's it gonna be then ea? -- 09/12/96

Zack Mosley (gmosley@infomatch.com) wrote:
I am a recent fan of Kubrick, and this page rocks! All I'm looking for is some pictures from Full Metal Jacket and the script for the Shining. Keep up the good work! -- 09/13/96

kennel
looking forwards to seeing AI -- 09/15/96

William Dillard ( Dill7066@Palomar.edu) wrote:
I'm a film student and been watching Kubrick's films even before going to film school. The images he puts on film is amazing! Disecting his images, shot by shot, scene by scene and understanding the visual language he puts forth is truely priviledge. I'm looking forward to his next film! -- 09/16/96

Kade Briggs Kade Briggs ( ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is one of the greatest movies of all time. It is something that must be experienced before death... -- 09/16/96

Kade Briggs Kade Briggs ( ) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is one of the greatest movies of all time. It is something that must be experienced before death..(17/9/96). -- 09/16/96

A.S.P.
One day, in the future, in your name...I'll give praise... -- 09/18/96

Jeff D. Boldrick ( Boldrick@mail.utexas.edu) wrote:
Incredible!! -- 09/18/96

John Russell ( jtr8962@usl.edu) wrote:
Clockwork orange is the greatest movie of all times. -- 09/19/96

Lon Reynolds (lonr@eskimo.com) wrote:
I'd give one whole issue o' prophylactics to spend a half hour with Stan. He made my grandparents enjoy movies again in '68 at the Cinerama in Seattle. I love his work, love it. My fave director, and that's saying a helluva lot. Sorry, Alfred; sorry, Milos. -- 09/19/96

Elisa ( none) wrote:
Now, I'm working on Internet, and I really saw a lot of sites: this is one of the best, not for the presentation, but for what it offers! Escuse my english, I'm Italian.. Love, Ely. -- 09/19/96

Jeff Loren Poulter Jeff Loren Poulter (jlp6794@wcslc.edu ) wrote:
Anthony Burgess wrote two different endings for the book A clockword Orange, wich or course was later turned into a movie by our friend,Stanley Kub.The American version does not have the same ending as those books found in our neighboring countries and beyond.The American version,wich Kubrick based his movie on does not have the last chapter wich I beleive is the 17th, that is found in all other versions around the word.Tne new edition of the book contains the chapter not reflected in the movie.What do you think about the two different endings,in regard to how they are reflected in the movie.Instead of "viddyen the telly" drop me a line "ya bloody droogs" or I'll slap you upside the "rot with me rookers, real horrorshow and skorry like! -- 09/19/96

STARCHILD ( ) wrote:
Without SK's movies, there'd be nothing to be excited about in cinema. Thank you for opening our eyes and showing us the stars above and the blackholes within us. -- 09/19/96

Erkki Viitanen (ekku@wider.unu.edu ) wrote:
Most interesting Web site. It is nice to know that I am not the only Kubrick fan in the world... It all started with 2001, which still is my favorite. The second is Barry Lyndon which I have seen more than 50 times (Kubrick said in the Rolling Stone interview that he has made his films to be watched for several times, not only once). I hope that this site will be updated as it is my favorite in the Web. -- 09/20/96

Henrik Cantona ( jur96hts@lustudat.student.lu.se) wrote:
I love "The Shining" and I love "A Clockwork Orange" I haven´t seen "2001, a Space odyssey". Yea I know it´s a shame, even a sin one of the "seven", who also is a great film. But I have seen "Full Metal Jacket", and guess............I LOVED IT!!!! "Lolita" is also a great film, aswell as "Spartacus", even though it´s a mediocre film when comparing it with Kubrick´s others. The very best however is; "Dr Strangelove", with Peter Sellers in too few casts!!!!!!!!!!!!! And then I like "The Specialist". -What was that!!! -I don´t know!??...bzzzzchruuuuzchc -I N T E R M I S S I O N- ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Thank you, good bye! -- 09/20/96

alex the large ( ) wrote:
my favorite kubrick film is a clockwork orange,my favorite scene is where alex, dim, pete, and george break into "home" open to comments -- 09/20/96

jan-michael sacharko ( ) wrote:
several new acquaintances of the summer believe that i am insane because i had to interpret and translate a clock- work orange for them at one point. of course we all know better. -- 09/20/96

dina kelberman (kelbermn@concentric.net) wrote:
stanly kubrick is no mere mortal! just imagining life without A Clockwork Orange is enough to make me want to top myself . . . -- 09/20/96

ll ( ) wrote:
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Michael Cabbage ( ) wrote:
Great web page. I am wondering if anyone has a copy of the Channel 4 documentary on Kubrick which aired in England this summer or The Making of The Shining. If so,I would be very interested in getting a copy. I don`t have an E-mail address. My home address is 244 Blakeney Road,Catonsville,Maryland 21228 USA.Thank you. -- 09/21/96

TLClark ( ) wrote:
Thanx to Michael who took everyone from the dorm floor to see A Clockwork Orange & Dr Strangelove. And Yes, Movieland's greatest moment is Lolita's goodbye to Humbert as she leaves for camp. The music and timing are exquisite, a fitting tribute to Nabokov, Vivian Darkbloom. -- 09/21/96

Bruno Garcez (garcez@trip.com.br ) wrote:
incredible site dedicated to one of the greatest masters. i was wondering if i could find anymore scripts besides the ones on drew's script-on-rama (full metal jacket and the shinning) please get in touch and congratulations -- 09/22/96

kevin zimmel ( kevin@hatgray.com) wrote:
I love Mr Kubricks Films alot . I think that he has sheer genius and that he will only make the highest quality films . 2001 was simply amazing . I think that it was the best SCI FI movie ever . I can not wait for AI in 98 . That will be some serious competition for the new starwars trilogy . PEARL JAM RULES !!!!!!!!! -- 09/22/96

kevin zimmel ( kevin@hargray.com) wrote:
I love Mr Kubricks Films alot . I think that he has sheer genius and that he will only make the highest quality films . 2001 was simply amazing . I think that it was the best SCI FI movie ever . I can not wait for AI in 98 . That will be some serious competition for the new starwars trilogy . PEARL JAM RULES !!!!!!!!! -- 09/22/96

David Bauer ( stbauerd@hereward.demon.co.uk) wrote:
Could anyone tell me how I could possibly get a copy of "Straw Dogs" (just a wild stab in the dark, as to which someone might know) -- 09/23/96

branden wright ( ) wrote:
give it the quick in out -- 09/23/96

Marty Stahl (one_mind@slip.net ) wrote:
Wonderful films. They make me think. Thanks! Marty -- 09/23/96

Scott Weinberg ( RachaelM@msn) wrote:
I was looking for information about the soundtrack to The Shining. I know no formal soundtrack was released but I was wondering if anyone had a copy of the music from the film. I know Krzyztof Penderecki did "Polymorphy", and Bela Bartok did "Music for Strings....". I was wondering what song Gyorgy Ligeti composed that was used in the film, and if Wendy Carlos and Rachel Elkind did Berloiz' "Symphonie Fantastique" for the opening credits. -- 09/23/96

Robert Eklund (jag har faktisk ingen) wrote:
no comments Stanley Kubrick is great -- 09/24/96

David Nowlen (K24a2nd@aol.com ) wrote:
Hi,Hi,Hi! Only one thing needs to be said, Stanley Kubrick is a genius. -- 09/26/96

Shiri Ben ( nehemiay@netvision.net.il) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is one of the best directors I know. In his pictures he succeded to combine horror and humer perfectly !! . I hope that others will learn and follow his way... A person that didnt see ,at least, one of his films - doesnt know the meaning of the word "masterpeace". -- 09/27/96

BRIAN BESON BRIAN BESON (bbbeson@tardis.svsu.edu ) wrote:
This is a great subject!! I loved Clockwork, Full Metal, 2001 !!! hope that the next film will continue the tradition of excelence. -- 09/28/96

Tony Wilson (freaks@ndirect.co.uk also http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~freaks) wrote:
This is an excellent kubrick site, I am putting a link to here on my web site - Freaks Of Desire -- 09/29/96

Per Eriksson (perixon@dsv.su.se) wrote:
Amazing work! One of my favorite sites! -- 09/29/96

aaron byrd ( abyrd@runet) wrote:
send me mail please the computer i am using is getting ready to shut down and i am very excited i found your page. send any info on his future projects if possible, thanks! -- 09/29/96

Roberto Godina (roberto@mail.vv.cta.com ) wrote:
Excellent! Stanley Kubric is a master at what he does and I anxiously await his next two films. Great site and was happy to see the imgages of his movies. You made me want to go out and rent "Clockwork Orange." -- 09/30/96