Jimmy comes down with a case of amnesia that Dr. Blinky and Witchiepoo take turns trying to cure by reminding him of events on Living Island. watch
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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.
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.
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Kevin Costner is the legendary swashbuckling hero of England's Sherwood Forest who defends the poor and battles Alan Rickman's deliciously evil Sheriff of Nottingham.
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Following the vicious attack on him, Eugene determines to marry Lizzie. Bella discovers her husband's true identity and even Mr Venus finds his just reward. While Headstone and Riderhood fight each other on the banks of the River Thames.
Bella reveals her true nature to John. Meanwhile, Mr Boffin becomes a miser. Eugene Wrayburn tries to track down Lizzie Hexham, and he goads the self-destructive Bradley Headstone to breaking point with disastrous consequences.
Two low-life characters sifting through the dust mountain have found an alternate will from old Harmon, which they plan to use to blackmail Mr. Boffin. Rokesmith and Bella have secretly married, without Bella realizing her husband is actually John Harmon, her original fiancé.
Self-righteous schoolmaster Bradley Headstone approaches Lizzie Hexham through her brother Charley. While Eugene Wrayburn has lost none of his fascination for her. And what exactly is it that draws the enigmatic John Rokesmith towards Bella?
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Jack Wild, an Academy Award nominee for his teen turn as the Artful Dodger in 1968's Oliver! and familiar to TV viewers as H.R. Pufnstuf's Jimmy, died on Wednesday of mouth cancer. He was 53.
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