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SUE LYON 'MURDER IN A BLUE WORLD' AKA 'CLOCKWORK TERROR'

Sue Lyon goes deadly in CLOCKWORK TERROR Year: 1973
Beware of this film that considers itself an Italian A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, ironically starring Stanley Kubrick's LOLITA, Sue Lyon, as an enigmatic, bizarre yet seemingly classy nurse set in the future where young people drink a blue liquid and go on killing sprees (Robert's son Christopher Mitchum is amongst the bedlam)...

The film itself mentions A CLOCKWORK ORANGE on a news story, which is supposed to make it seem as if the violent society of the film itself is so into the controversial cult phenomenon that they're imitating it. A weak yet creative enough ploy to make it seem as if it's not a blatant ripoff. It's bad, bad, bad, and then some. Also known as TO LOVE, PERHAPS TO DIE or CLOCKWORK TERROR, DEAD ANGEL and in Germany, SATANSBRUT, which sounds like what Lucifer wears on first dates. it's best to instead check out END OF THE WORLD co-starring Christopher Lee for better Sue Lyon futuristic science-fiction thriller exploitation flick. It's bad, but at least, original.
Sue Lyon in Murder in a Blue World i.e. Clockwork Terror i.e. To Love, Perhaps to Die
Sue Lyon in Murder in a Blue World i.e. Clockwork Terror i.e. To Love, Perhaps to Die
Sue Lyon in Murder in a Blue World i.e. Clockwork Terror i.e. To Love, Perhaps to Die
Futuristic droogies imitating their favorite film A Clockwork Orange
Sue Lyon in Murder in a Blue World i.e. Clockwork Terror i.e. To Love, Perhaps to Die
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