FILM : Oliver Twist (1948)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Oliver Twist (1948) 1948 Robert Newton, Alec Guinness, Francis L. Sullivan, Henry Stephenson, John Howard Davies
Director : David Lean   Production Company : Cineguild  Region : SOUTH EAST M-Q

An orphaned boy runs away from a harsh workhouse to seek his fortune in London but soon gets caught up with a gang of crooks.

Screen captures by Phil Wilkinson

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Oliver Twist/Great Expectations [DVD] [1948]

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Oliver Twist (1948) - Mr. Sowerberry (Gibb McLaughlin) sits high on the hearse at the head of a funeral cortege. Though much of the production was shot on sets at Pinewood, there are some scenes that appear to use location work and these are shown here.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw001. Mr. Sowerberry (Gibb McLaughlin) sits high on the hearse at the head of a funeral cortege. Though much of the production was shot on sets at Pinewood, there are some scenes that appear to use location work and these are shown here.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Oliver Twist (John Howard Davies) walks silently behind the hearse.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw002. Oliver Twist (John Howard Davies) walks silently behind the hearse.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Following the Artful Dodger and Charlie Bates, Oliver escapes down an alleyway after three are almost caught whilst pick pocketing.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw003. Following the Artful Dodger and Charlie Bates, Oliver escapes down an alleyway after three are almost caught whilst pick pocketing.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Oliver runs down a fight of steps as the Artful Dodger (Anthony Newley) and Charlie Bates (John Potter) hide in an alcove.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw004. Oliver runs down a fight of steps as the Artful Dodger (Anthony Newley) and Charlie Bates (John Potter) hide in an alcove.

Oliver Twist (1948) - The chase sees Oliver run along a passageway to a courtyard where he is cornered by the pursuing crowd.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw005. The chase sees Oliver run along a passageway to a courtyard where he is cornered by the pursuing crowd.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Mr. Brownlow (Henry Stephenson) lifts Oliver into his carriage after preventing his arrest.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw006. Mr. Brownlow (Henry Stephenson) lifts Oliver into his carriage after preventing his arrest.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Mrs. Bedwin (Amy Veness) greets her Master when he returns home with Oliver. The topiary looks very like that found in the gardens at Pinewood Studios.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw007. Mrs. Bedwin (Amy Veness) greets her Master when he returns home with Oliver. The topiary looks very like that found in the gardens at Pinewood Studios.

Oliver Twist (1948) - On the steps leading down from London Bridge, Mr. Brownlow meets with Nancy (Kay Walsh). More likely a set than the real location.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw008. On the steps leading down from London Bridge, Mr. Brownlow meets with Nancy (Kay Walsh). More likely a set than the real location.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Reunited with his orphaned grandson once again, Mr. Brownlow returns home.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw009. Reunited with his orphaned grandson once again, Mr. Brownlow returns home.

Oliver Twist (1948) - Oliver runs to the house as Mrs. Bedwin and Mr. Brownlow look on.
Oliver Twist (1948)

olitw010. Oliver runs to the house as Mrs. Bedwin and Mr. Brownlow look on.

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