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Oliver Twist


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by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in 12 parts by ALEXANDER BARON
3: Oliver has rebelled against his treatment at Mr Sowerberry 's, the undertaker, and run away.
Bullseye trained by GILL RADDINGS Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON


Unknown: Charles Dickens
Unknown: Alexander Baron
Unknown: Mr Sowerberry
Conducted By: Dudley Simpson
Producer: Terrance Dicks
Director: Gareth Davies
Fagin: Starring Eric Porter
as Mr Brownlow with: Frank Middlemass
Monks and: Pip Donaghy
Oliver Twist: Ben Rodska
Coach passenger: Joe Searby
Patterer: Leslie Schofield
Artful Dodger: David Garlick
Charley: Nicholas Bond-Owen
Bill Sykes: Michael Attwell
: Sam Damiennash
Knocker: Chris Chandler
Jem: Matthew Duke
Policeman: Walter Hall
Nancy: Amanda Harris
Barney: Christian Rodska
Bookseller: Jeffrey Segal
Big man: Harry Fielder

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