1951 DAY OF THE FIGHT Director/Photography/Editor/Sound Stanley Kubrick Commentary Douglas Edwards Documentary short on Walter Cartier, middleweight prize fighter Running Time: 16 minutes Distributor RKO Radio 1951 FLYING PADRE Director/Photograohy/Editor/Sound Stanley Kubrick Documentary short on the Reverend Fred Stadmueller, Roman Catholic missionary of a New Mexico parish that covers 400 square miles Running Time: 9 minutes Distributor: RKO Radio 1953 THE SEAFARERS Director/Photography/Editor Stanley Kubrick Script Will Chasen Producer Lester Cooper Narrator Don Hollenbeck Documentary short in color about the Seafarers International Union Running Time: 30 minutes 1953 FEAR AND DESIRE Production Company Stanley Kubrick Productions Producer Stanley Kubrick Associate Producer Martin Perveler Director/Photography/Editor Stanley Kubrick Script Howard O. Sackler Dialogue Director Toba Kubrick Music Gerald Fried Cast: Frank Silvera (Mac), Kenneth Harp (Corby), Virginia Leith (The Girl), Paul Mazursky (Sydney), Steve Coit (Fletcher), David Allen (Narrator) Running Time: 68 Minutes Distributor: Joseph Burstyn 1955 KILLER'S KISS Production Company Minotaur Producers Stanley Kubrick, Morris Bousel Director/Photography/Editor Stanley Kubrick Script Stanley Kubrick, Howard O. Sackler Music Gerald Fried Choreographer David Vaughan Cast: Frank Silvera (Vincent Rapallo), Jamie Smith (Davy Gordon), Irene Kane (Gloria Price), Jerry Jarret (Albert), Ruth Sobotka (Iris), Mike Dana, Felice Orlandi, Ralph Roberts, Phil Stevenson (Hoodlums), Julius Adelman (Mannequin Factory Owner), David Vaughan, Alec Rubins (Conventioneers) Running Time: 64 Minutes Distributor: United Artists, United Artists/16 1956 THE KILLING Production Company Harris-Kubrick Productions Producer James B. Harris Director Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, based on the novel CLEAN BREAK, by Lionel White Additional dialogue Jim Thompson Photography Lucien Ballard Editor Betty Steinberg Art Director Ruth Sobotka Kubrick Music Gerald Fried Sound Earl Snyder Cast: Sterling Hayden (Johnny Clay), Jack C. Flippen (Marvin Unger), Marie Windsor (Sherry Peatty), Elisha Cook Jr. (George Peatty), Coleen Gray (Fay), Vince Edwards (Val Cannon), Ted de Corsia (Randy Kennan), Joe Sawyer (Mike O'Reilly), Tim Carey (Nikki), Kola Kwariana (Maurice), James Edwards (Parking Lot Attendant), Jay Adler (Leo), Joseph Turkel (Tiny) Running Time: 83 minutes Distributor: United Artists, United Artists/16 1957 PATHS OF GLORY Production Company Harris-Kubrick Productions Producer James B. Harris Director Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Calder Willingham, Jim Thompson, based on the novel by Humphrey Cobb Photography George Krause Editor Eva Kroll Art Director Ludwig Reiber Music Gerlad Fried Sound Martin Muller Cast: Kirk Douglas (Colonel Dax), Ralph Meeker (Corporal Paris), Adolphe Menjou (General Broulard), George Macready (General Mireau), Wayne Morris (Lieutenant Roget), Richard Anderson (Major Saint-Auban), Joseph Turkel (Private Arnaud), Timothy Carey (Private Ferol), Peter Capel (Colonel Judge), Suzanne Christian (German Girl), Bert Freed (Sergeant Boulanger), Emile Meyer (Priest), John Stein (Captain Rousseau), Ken Dibbs (Private Lejeune), Jerry Hausner (Tavern Owner), Harold Benedict (Captain Nichols) Running Time: 86 minutes Distributor: United Artists (presented by Byrna Productions), United Artists/16 1960 SPARTACUS Production Company Byrna Executive Producer Kirk Douglas Producer Edward Lewis Director Anthony Mann, Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Dlaton Trumbo, based on the book by Howard Fast Photography Russel Metty Additional Photography Clifford Stine Screen Process Super Technirama-70 Color technicolor Editors Robert Lawrence, Robert Schultz, fred Chulack Production Designer Alexander Golitzen Art Director Eric Orbom Set Decoration Russel A. Gausman, Julia Heron Titles Saul Bass Technical Advisor Vittorio Nino Novarese Costumes Peruzzi, Valles, Bill Thomas Music Alex North Music Director Joseph Gershenson Sound Waldo O. Watson, Joe Lapis, Murray Spivack, Ronald Pierce Assistant Director Marshal Green Cast: Kirk Douglas (Spartacus), Laurence Olivier (Marcus Crassus), Jean Simmons (Varinia), Charles Laughton (Gracchus), Peter Ustinov (Batiatus), John Gavin (Julius Caesar), Tony Curtis (Antoninus), Nina Foch (Helena), Herbert Lom (Tigranes), John Ireland (Crixus), Joh Dall (Glabrus), Charles McGraw (Marcellus), Joanna Barnes (Claudia), Harold J. Stone (David), Woody Strode (Draba), Peter Brocco (Ramon), Paul Lambert (Gannicus), Robert J. Wilke (Captain of Guard), Nicholas Dennis (Dionysius), John Hoyt (Roman Officer), Fred Worlock (Laelius), Dayton Lummis (Symmachus) Original Running Time: 196 Minutes Original Released Running Time: 184 Minutes Distributor: Universal Pictures, Univeral/16 1962 LOLITA Production Company Seven Arts/Anya/Transworld Producer James B. Harris Director Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Vladimir Nabokov, based on his novel Photography Oswald Morris Editor Anthony Harvey Art Director William Andrews Set Design Andrew Low Music Nelson Riddle Lolita's Theme Bob Harris Sound H. L. Bird, Len Shilton Assistant Directors Roy Millichip, John Danischewsky Cast: James Mason (Humbert Humbert), Sue Lyon (Lolita Haze), Shelley Winters (Charlotte Haze), Peter Sellers (Clare Quilty), Diana Decker (Jean Farlow), Jerry Stovin (John Farlow), Suzanne Gibbs (Mona Farlow), Gary Cockrell (Dick Schiller), Marianne Stone (Vivian Darkbloom), Cec Linder (Physician), Lois Maxwell (Nurse Mary Lord), William Greene (Mr. Swine), C. Denier Warren (Mr. Potts), Isobel Lucas (Louise), Maxine Holden (Hospital Receptionist), James Dyrenforth (Mr. Beale), Roberta Shore (Lorna), Eric Lane (Roy), Shirley Douglas (Mr. Starch), Roland Brand (Bill), Colin Maitland (Charlie Holmes), Irvin Allen (Hospital Attendant), Marion Mathie (Miss Lebone), Craig Sams (Rex), John Harrison (Tom) Running Time: 153 Minutes Distributor: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Films Incorporated/16 1964 DR. STRANGELOVE, OR HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB Production Company Hawk Films Producer/Director Stanley Kubrick Associate Producer Victor Lyndon Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Terry Southern, Peter George, based on the novel Red Alert by Peter George Photography Gilbert Taylor Editor Anthony Harvey Production Design Ken Adam Art Direction Peter Murton Special Effects Wally Veevers Music Laurie Johnson Aviation Advisor Captain John Crewdson Sound John Cox Cast: Peter Sellers (Group Captain Lionel Mandrake, President Muffley, Dr. Strangelove), George C. Scott (Buck Turgidson), Sterling Hayden (General Jack D. Ripper), Keenan Wynn (Colonel Bat Guano), Slim Pickens (Major T. J. "King" Kong) Peter Bull (Ambassador de Sadesky), Tracy Reed (Miss Scott), James Earl Jones (Lieutenant H. HR. Dietrich, D.S.O.), Glenn Beck (Lieutenant W. D. Kivel, Navigator), Shane Rimmer (Captain G.A. "Ace" Owens, Co-pilot), Paul Tamarin (Lieutenant B. Goldberg, Radio Operator), Gordon Tanner (General Faceman), Robert O'Neil (Admiral Randolph), Roy Stephens (Frank), Laurence Herder, John McCarthy, Hal Galili (Memebers of Burpleson Base Defense Corps) Running Time: 94 Minutes Distributor: Columbia Pictures, Swank/16 1968 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY Production Company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Producer Stanley Kubrick Director Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clark, based on Clarke's short story "The Sentinel" Photography Geoffrey Unsworth Screen Process Super Panavision, presented in Cinerama Color Metrocolor Additional Photography John Alcott Special Photographic Effects Designer and Director Stanley Kubrick Editor Ray Lovejoy Production Design Tony Masters, Harry Lange, Ernie Archer Art Direction John Hoesli Special Photographic Effects Supervisors Wally Veevers, Douglas Trumbull, Con Pedereson, Tom Howard Music Richard Strauss, Johann Strauss, Aram Khachaturian, Gyorgy Ligeti Costumes Hardy Amies Sound Winston Ryder Cast: Keir Dullea (David Bowman), Gary Lockwood (Frank Poole), William Sylvester (Dr. Heywood Floyd), Daniel Richter (Moon-Watcher), Douglas Rain (HAL's Voice), Leonard Rossiter (Smyslov), Margaret Tyzack (Elena), Robert Beatty (Halvorsen), Sean Sullivan (Michaels), Frank Miller (Mission Control), Penny Edwina Carroll, Mike Lovell, Peter Delman, Danny Grover, Brian Hawley Running Time: 141 Minutes Distributor: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Films Incorporated/16 1971 A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Production Company Warner Brothers/Hawk Films Producer/Director Stanley Kubrick Executive Producers Max L. Raab, Si Litvinoff Associate Producer Bernard Williams Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, based on the novel by Anthony Burgess Photography John Alcott Color Warnercolor Editor Bill Butler Production Design John Barry Art Direction Russell Hagg, Peter Shields Music Ludwig van Beethoven, Edward Elgar, Gioacchino Rossini, Terry Tucker, Henry Purcell, James Yorkston, Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown, Rimsky-Korsakov, Erika Eigen Original Electronic Music Walter Carlos Songs Gene Kelly, Erika Eigen Costumes Milena Canonero Special Paintings and Sculpture Herman Makkink, Cornelius Makkink, Liz Moore, Christiane Kubrick Production Assistant Andros Epaminondas Sound Brian Blamey Assistant to Producer Jan Harlan Cast: Malcolm McDowell (Alex), Patrick Magee (Mr. Alexander), Michael Bates (Chief Guard), Warren Clark (Dim), John Clive (Stage Actor), Adrienne Corri (Mrs. Alexander), Carl Duering (Dr. Brodsky), Paul Farrel (Tramp), Clive Francis (Joe, the Lodger), Michael Gover (Prison Governor), Miriam Karlin (Miss Weber, the Cat Lady), James Marcus (Georgie), Aubrey Morris (Mr. Deltoid), Godfrey Quigley (Prison Chaplain), Sheila Raynour (Mum), Madge Ryan (Dr. Branom), John Savident (Conspirator), Anthony Sharp (Minister of the Interior), Philip Stone (Dad), Pauline Taylor (Dr. Taylor, Psychiatrist), Margaret Tyzack (Conspirator), Steven Berkoff (Constable), Lindsay Campbell (Inspector), Michael Tarn (Pete), David Prowse (Julian), Jan Adair, Vivienne Chandler, Prudence Drage (Handmaidens), John J. Carney (CID Man), Richard Connaught (Billyboy), Carol Drinkwater (Nurse Feeley), Cheryl Grunwald (Rape Girl), Gillian Hills (Sonietta), Barbara Scott (Marty), Virginia Wetherell (Stage Actress), Katya Wyeth (Girl), Barrie Cookson, Gaye Brown, Peter Burton, Lee Fox, Craig Hunter, Shirley Jaffe, Neil Wilson Running Time: 137 Minutes Distributor: Warner Brothers, Swank/16 1975 BARRY LYNDON Production Company Warner Brothers/Hawk Films Producer/Director Stanley Kubrick Associate Producer Jan Harlan Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, based on the novel by William Makepeace Thackeray Photography John Alcott Editor Tony Lawson Production Design Ken Adam Art Direction Roy Walker Music J.S. Bach, Frederick the Great, G. F. Handel, W. A. Mozart, Giovanni Paisiello, Franz Schubert, Antonio Vivaldi Music Adaptation Leonard Rosenman Costumes Ulla-Britt Soderlund, Milena Cannonero Screen Process Panavision Color Metrocolor Sound Rodney Holland Assistant Director Brian Cook Cast: Ryan O'Neal (Barry Lyndon), Marisa Berenson (Lady Lyndon), Patrick Magee (The Chevalier), Hardy Kruger (Captain Potzdorf), Marie Kean (Mrs. Barry), Gay Hamilton (Nora Brady), Melvin Murray (Reverend Runt), Godfrey Quigley (Captain George), Leonard Rossiter (Captain Quin), Leon Vitali (Lord Bullington), Diana Koerner (Lischen), Frank Middlemass (Sir Charles Lyndon), Andre Morell (Lord Wendover), Arthur O'Sullivan (Captain Freny), Philip Stone (Graham), Steven Berkoff (Lord Ludd), Anthony Sharp (Lord Hallum), Michael Hordern (the narrator) Running Time: 185 Minutes Distributor: Warner Brothers, Swank/16 1980 THE SHINING Production Company Warner Brothers/Hawk Films Produced in association with The Producer Circle Company Robert Fryer, Martin Richards, Mary Lea Johnson Producer/Director Stanley Kubrick Executive Producer Jan Harlan Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Diane Johnson, based on the novel by Stephen King Photography John Alcott Editor Ray Lovejoy Production Design Roy Walker Music Bela Bartok, Wendy Carlos, Rachel Elkin, Gyorgy Ligeti, Krzystof Penderecki Costumes Milena Canonera 2nd Unit Photography Douglas Milsome, Gregg Macgillivray Steadicam Operator Garrett Brown Art Direction Les Tomkins Assistant Director Brian Cook Assistant to Producer Andros Epaminondas Personal Assistant to Director Leon Vitali Cast: Jack Nicholson (Jack Torrance), Shelley Duvall (Wendy Torrance), Danny Lloyd (Danny Torrance), Scatman Crothers (Halloran), Barry Nelson (Stuart Ullman), Philip Stone (Delbert Grady), Joe Turkel (Lloyd), Anne Jackson (Doctor), Tony Burton (Larry Durkin), Lia Beldam (Young Woman in Bath), Billie Gibson (Old Woman in Bath), Barry Dennen (Watson), David Baxter (Forest Ranger1), Manning Redwood (Forest Ranger 2), Lisa Burns, Louise Burns (The Grady Girls), Alison Coleridge (Ullman's Secretary), Jana Sheldon (Stewardess), Kate Phelps (Overlook Receptionist), Norman Gay (Injured Guest with Head-Wound) Running Time: 145 Minutes Distributor: Warner Brothers 1987 FULL METAL JACKET Production Company Warner Brother Producer /Director Stanley Kubrick Executive Producer Jan Harlan Co-Producer Philip Hobbs Associate Producer Michael Herr Screenplay Stanley Kubrick, Michael Herr, Gustav Hasford, based on the novel by Gustav Hasford Production Design Anton Furst Editor Martin Hunter Assistant to Director Leon Vitali Cast: Mathew Modine (Pvt. Joker), Adam Baldwin (Animal Mother), Vincent D'onofrio (Pvt. Pile), Lee Ermey (Gnn. Sgt. Hartman), Dorian Harewood (Eightball), Arliss Howard (Pvt. Cowboy), Kevyn Major Howard (Rapterman), Ed O'Ross (Lt. Touchdown), John Terry (Lt. Lockhart), Kieron Jechinis (Crazy Earl), Bruce Boa, Kirk Taylor, John Stafford, Tim Colceri, Ian Tyler, Gary Landon Mills, Sal Lopez, Papillon Soo Soo, Ngoc Le, Peter Edmund, Tan Hung Francione, Leanne Hong, Marcus D'amico, Costas Dino Chimona, Gil Kopel, Keith Hodiak, Peter Merrill, Herbert Norville, Nguyen Hue Phong Running Time: 117 Minutes Distributor: Warner Brothers *Filmography typed and contributed by S.C. as it appeared in T.N., KUBRICK, A FILM ARTIST'S MAZE *
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