Oliver Twist (1948) - (Movie Clip) Do You Want Him?
John Howard Davies (Charles Dickens' orphan title character) has just wandered into London, spied by young Anthony Newley as the Artful Dodger, then designer John Bryan and director David Lean with spectacle leading to the introduction of Fagin (Alec Guinness) in Oliver Twist, 1948.
Oliver Twist - (Original Trailer)
Charles Dickens' classic tale Oliver Twist (1948) brought to the screen by director David Lean. Starring Alec Guinness as Fagin.
Oliver Twist (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Parish Workhouse
Possibly the only movie scene in which the mother (Josephine Stuart) of the hero appears, certainly the only one in a rainstorm, invented by director David Lean and cohorts, seeking a more dramatic opening to their famous 1948 treatment of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, camera by Guy Green.
Oliver Twist (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Bow To The Board
The introduction of Bumble (Francis L. Sullivan) beadle of the parish orphanage, his colleague Mrs. Corney (Mary Clare), and John Howard Davies as the pre-teen title character, brought before the board chaired by Ivor Barnard, early in David Lean's 1948 version of Dickens' Oliver Twist.
Oliver Twist (1948) -- (Movie Clip) You're Under Me!
Undertaker Sowerberry (Gibb McLaughlin), is persuaded by Bumble (Francis L. Sullivan) to take in John Howard Davies (title character), who then meets Charlotte, Mrs. Sowerberry and Claypole (Diana Dors, Kathleen Harrison, Michael Dear), in David Lean's version of Dickens' Oliver Twist, 1948.
Oliver Twist (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Rather More No Than Yes
The Dodger (Anthony Newley) is confronting criminal Fagin (Alec Guinness) when their boss Sykes (Robert Newton) arrives, his girlfriend Nancy (Kay Walsh, the director's wife!) catching up, all this over the title character who's been grabbed by the cops, in David Lean's Oliver Twist, 1948.