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Elderly sleuth Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) joins a small-town theatre to investigate a murder in Murder Most Foul (1965).
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.
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.
Dominique -- A millionaire who has recently lost his wife starts believing that he is being haunted by her spirit.
Word -- A group of diverse teens teach us about love in a racially charged spoken word piece.
Dominique -- A vengeful ghost - wife of a greedy man who scares her to a death by suicide. She comes back to haunt him. He was after money but it is now his turn to be scared.
Needing to convince a French judge they really are a traveling musical troupe, Orlando (Ron Moody) leads English kids (Melvyn Hayes, Jacqueline Daryl, Pamela Hart, Jeremy Bulloch, Una Stubbs and Cliff Richard) in a wild pantomime, directed by Peter Yates, in Summer Holiday, 1963
Opening by writer, director and co-star Mel Brooks, Branka Veselinovic as a post-revolutionary Russian aristocrat on her death bed, sending for her foppish son-in-law (Ron Moody) and her nutty orthodox priest (Dom DeLuise), shooting on location in then-Yugoslavia, in The Twelve Chairs, 1970.
Russia, 1927, Bender (Frank Langella), just introduced as a kindly con-man, meets the writer and director Mel Brooks, playing the wistful ex-servant Tikon, in The Twelve Chairs, 1970, co-starring Ron Moody and Dom DeLuise.
Dimwit servant Tikon (writer and director Mel Brooks), con artist Bender (Frank Langella) and greedy heir Vorobyaninov (Ron Moody) considering how to get back his mother-in-law's hidden jewels, and meeting Father Fyodor (Dom DeLuise), in post-revolutionary Russia, in The Twelve Chairs, 1970.
Six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, went to Oliver! (1968), the musical version of Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist.
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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