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This is the section for all our "FUN" Stanley Kubrick information - please enjoy!


Did You Know?


... that Stanley Kubrick died in his sleep at his home in Hertfordshire, England four months before his final movie, Eyes Wide Shut, was released.

... that for years Stanley Kubrik had a project in development about a robot who wanted to become a real boy. When he died Steven Spielberg took the material and made A. I. Artificial Intelligence. A dedication at the end of the movie reads ... For Stanley. Visit our Tribute Steven Spielberg.

... that unlike actors we don't always get a chance to see and hear from our favorite directors. Here you can listen to Stanley Kubrick as he talks about directing in his acceptance speech for the DW Griffith Award from the Director's Guild of America.




... that Stanley Kubrick moved to England in 1962. He set up his home and production facilities at his manor house Childwickbury Estate. He had a fear of flying and rarely left the British countryside.

... that Stanley Kubrick's movies have been reviewed, analyzed, discussed and dissected perhaps more than any other director. This site offers articles, research material, interviews and complete scripts of Kubrick movies.

... that if you find yourself in London you might want to visit the Stanley Kubrick Archives at the University of the Arts. An astonishing collection of Kubrick memorabilia, photographs, props and scripts.

... that when Stanley Kubrick was still a teenager he was hired as a photographer by Look magazine. Here are some amazing pictures he took for an article on the city of Chicago

... that after his death Stanley Kurbrick's wife Christiane published a book Stanley Kubrick A Life In Pictures.






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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb


Alex DeLarge ( A Clockwork Orange ):

"It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen."




Stanley Kubrick was an expert at which particular game of skill?

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