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Oliver Twist (1933) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by William J. Cowen .

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Oliver Twist: Please, sir, I want some more.

[first lines]
Oliver's Mother: My baby, my boy. I want to see him.

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While this film is not especially well-remembered today, and has been eclipsed by practically all of the later film versions of the Charles Dickens novel, it did begin a Hollywood "fad" for Dickens that lasted for about five years. It was followed by Great Expectations (a poorly reviewed and now forgotten version with Jane Wyatt and Phillips Holmes), the classic MGM all-star David Copperfield, Universal's Mystery of Edwin Drood (with Claude Rains), the classic A Tale of Two Cities - another MGM Dickens blockbuster - and MGM's 1938 A Christmas Carol with Reginald Owen. There would be very few versions of Dickens from Hollywood after that; most films based on Dickens' books would be made by British studios. However, notable exceptions have been the many versions of "A Christmas Carol" produced for American television.
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