Six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, went to Oliver! (1968), the musical version of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.
The Dodger (Jack Wild), title character (Mark Lester), Nancy (Shani Wallis)and Fagin (Ron Moody) perform Lionel Bart's hit I'd Do Anything in Carol Reed's musical version of the Dickens tale, Oliver!, 1968.
One-sided conversation, as the Colonel (John Mills) shares his thoughts with his mute young friend Philip (Mark Lester), in Run Wild, Run Free, 1969, from the book and screenplay by David Rook.
Just the front-end of the mammoth production number from Lionel Bart's Consider Yourself, featuring Jack Wild (The Artful Dodger) and Mark Lester (title character), from Carol Reed's Dickens-based musical Oliver!, 1968.
Following the credits, alarming first scenes as mute Philip, at three ages (finally Mark Lester) wanders from home, mother (Sylvia Syms) and father (Gordon Jackson) ever more frustrated, in Run Wild, Run Free, 1969.
Mute Philip (Mark Lester) wandering the moors, meets the horse for the second time and appears to name it after himself, his first speech, the Colonel (John Mills) observing at a distance,in Run Wild, Run Free, 1969.
Afraid of being separated, a family of children keep their mother's death a secret in Our Mother's House (1967) starring Dick Bogarde.
Musicalization of the Dickens novel about a young boy living in an orphanage who gets caught up with an unruly gang of thieves led by an evil old man.
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