Oliver And Company

Oliver And Company
Oliver And Company

Year

1989

Duration

70 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Dickens classic Oliver Twist gets the Disney treatment with this cute animated take on the story. Oliver is an orphaned kitten in New York who is befriended by some streetwise dogs. Their leader, Fagin, sends the mutts out to steal and Oliver gets dragged into their risky adventures, until he meets someone who will change his life forever. With toe-tapping tunes by Billy Joel (who voices Dodger), this skips along to a buoyant beat.

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U Classification

mild animated violence

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