Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist

Year

1948

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

Charles Dickens' much-loved tale of a boy growing up in a brutal workhouse for the poor who later ends up living with a gang of pickpockets has been filmed many times - but this black-and-white classic is the most captivating of all the versions. Early Victorian London comes vividly to life as a place at once terrifying and fascinating, home to all manner of residents - from the evil Bill Sikes to the villainous Fagin and the courageous and good-hearted Nancy.

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