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The Adventures of Oliver Twist (The Book) VERSUS Oliver! (The 1968 Musical)



We’ve just finished a weekend where full plates, even fuller hearts, and shopping sprees galore score the tastes on our pallets. But what about those that don’t have. Just about everyone’s familiar with the story of “Oliver Twist” – a take that dialogues the lives of orphans, the forgotten and those that don’t have. But what about a comparison of the beloved, striking novel “The Adventures of Oliver Twist” VERSUS the unique and strangely-rounded “OLIVER!”? It’s all right here inside the most recent episode of The VERSUS MACHINE and we invite you to tell us what you think! Tell us what you think and we’ll use your comments in a future ALL-FAN-INPUT Episode!

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Links from this Episode:

— Oliver Twist on Wikipedia

— Get Your Copy Of Oliver Twist Now!

— Oliver! (1968) Musical on IMDB

— Oliver! (1968) Musical on WIkipedia

— Get A Copy Of Oliver! (1968) Musical The Soundtrack So YOU Won’t Be Asking For More!

— 10 Things YOU Never Knew About Oliver! (1968) The Musical HERE!

Calls to the Audience Inside this Episode:

— Which do YOU prefer, Oliver Twist (the novel) or Oliver! (1968) Musical? Be sure to tell us now!
— When was the first time YOU saw Oliver! (1968) the Musical? Share With Us!
— What memories do YOU have of reading Oliver Twist? We Want To Know!

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