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"Over 50 years of wonderful screen entertainment"



The world-famous classic novel...the internationally acclaimed stage triumph...now a brilliant motion picture musical that opened up a new era in screen entertainment...

Never before has a film offered more...than Columbia's OLIVER! It's all here: the production, the excitement, the music of Lionel Bart's smash hit that set records on both sides of the Atlantic! And, of course, the timeless characters of Charles Dickens' classic novel.

Hear the score once and you're swept away by it! "As Long As He Needs Me"..."Where Is Love?"..."Who Will Buy?"..."Food, Glorious Food,"...and, of course, "Oliver!" are all adapted for the screen with brilliant gusto by four-time Academy Award winner John Green.

The producer was John Woolf. The director was Carol Reed. John Box designed the entire production. Choreographer Onna White came to OLIVER! with a string of hits as long as Broadway.

OLIVER's! Oliver is a remarkable nine-year-old named Mark Lester. Also starred are Ron Moody, Shani Wallis, a brilliant actress with a superb singing voice, Oliver Reed, Harry Secombe, Hugh Griffith, and Jack Wild as The Artful Dodger.

You will come away from OLIVER! singing, certainly touched, but most of all HAPPY-the kind of happy that only comes from enjoying a big, wonderful, one-of-a-kind musical entertainment like..."OLIVER!"


It has been over 50 years since the musical film "Oliver!" was released. It was the most successful musical film ever to come out of Great Britain. Written by Lionel Bart, the founding father of the British musical. "Oliver!" won six Oscars including best picture of the year and best director Carol Reed. It was a runaway success at the worldwide box office, it was all put together right here on British shores and released on' 26 September 1968. Consider yourself at home' and please click below to continue...




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  ~ "Oliver!" Winner of 6 Oscars including: best picture of the year (1968) and best director: Carol Reed. ~