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Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist Album

Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist Album
Title:
Oliver Twist
Performer:
Charles Dickens
Style:
Radioplay
Released:
1974
Catalog:
E 288
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2870 mb
FLAC album size:
2060 mb
Genre:
Label:
Europa

Tracklist


1Oliver Twist
2Oliver Twist


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
82876 87736 2Charles Dickens Oliver Twist ‎(CD, RE)Europa82876 87736 2Germany2006
88697 06527 2Charles Dickens Oliver Twist ‎(CD, RE)Europa88697 06527 2Germany2007
E 288Charles Dickens Oliver Twist ‎(LP, RP)EuropaE 288Germany1974
115 575.0Various Oliver Twist ‎(LP)Europa115 575.0Germany1977
E 288Charles Dickens Oliver Twist ‎(LP)EuropaE 288Germany1974


Credits


  • Directed By, Production ManagerKonrad Halver
  • Music ByChris J. Evans
  • NarratorHans Paetsch
  • Voice Actor [Brittles]Ernst G. Schiffner
  • Voice Actor [Dr. Losberne]Claus Wagener
  • Voice Actor [Ein Waisenkind]Sieglind Bruhn
  • Voice Actor [Fagin]Horst Beck
  • Voice Actor [Giles]Marco Fehrs
  • Voice Actor [Henry Maylie], Producer, Directed ByKonrad Halver
  • Voice Actor [Jack Dawkins]Ingo Eggers
  • Voice Actor [Monks]Michael Poelchau
  • Voice Actor [Mr. Brownslow]Werner Hinz
  • Voice Actor [Mrs. Bedwin]Heike Kintzel
  • Voice Actor [Mrs. Mann]Ingeborg Kallweit
  • Voice Actor [Mrs. Maylie]Katharina Brauren
  • Voice Actor [Nancy]Sabine Titze
  • Voice Actor [Oliver Twist]Oliver Röhricht
  • Voice Actor [Rosa Maylie]Reinhilt Schneider
  • Voice Actor [Sikes]Rudolf Fenner
  • Written By – Ingeborg Kanstein


Notes


A Studio EUROPA production.

Same runout as Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist, but this one has no Category on front cover and no "Jugend" below the EUROPA logo. It is also missing the "P" price code compared to this release: Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): ℗1974-288A-5
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): E288B-3


Companies


  • Produced At – Studio Europa
  • Made By – Miller International Schallplatten GmbH


Album


Oliver Twist or, the Parish Boy's Progress is Charles Dickens's second novel, and was published as a serial from 1837 to 1839 and released as a three-volume book in 1838, before the serialization ended. The story centres on orphan Oliver Twist, born in a workhouse and sold into apprenticeship with an undertaker. After escaping, Oliver travels to London, where he meets the Artful Dodger, a member of a gang of juvenile pickpockets led by the elderly criminal Fagin. Oliver Twist is a Charles Dickens' novel about a young orphan boy who faced hard life in England 19th Century. He faced starvation and injustice from the government, until one day he decided to go for London, in search for better life. But things turned back on Oliver again when he was forced to enter the London's underworld, although Oliver's good personality rejected it. Dickens almost had same childhood as Oliver Twist, when his father was sent to debtor's prison and 12-year old Charles had to leave the school and work in factory. However, he gained success after publishing his works Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Great Expectations, and much more. Chapter 39 - Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Skinshape - Skinshape LP - Продолжительность: 29:03 Melting Records Recommended for you. 53 видео Воспроизвести все Oliver Twist Twist - Food Glorious Food. Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist and Child Labor. Many children from the workhouse, especially those such as Oliver Twist who had been orphaned, were sold out as child slaves. Victorian Chimney Sweep. In Charles Dickens' London, chimney sweeping was a dirty and dangerous job, often carried out by children as young as five years old who had been sold into slavery from the workhouse. But Charles Dickens is not just for Christmas. While many will know A Christmas Carol intimately, the sheer length of many of his other works too often proves a deterrent. Charles Dickens Getty. Perhaps the best known of the authors stories outside of A Christmas Carol, Oliver Twist casts its orphan hero among the thieves of London: Bill Sikes, Fagin and the Artful Dodger. Dickens used his own unhappy adolescence in the workhouse to sketch in Olivers childhood under Mr Bumble and his experience as a journalist to report the plight of street children, forced into pickpocketing and worse by desperate necessity. An orphan named Oliver Twist meets a pickpocket on the streets of London. From there, he joins a household of boys who are trained to steal for their master. Based on the Charles Dickens novel, this movie is about an orphan boy who runs away from a workhouse and meets a pickpocket on the streets of London. Oliver is taken in by the pickpocket and he joins a household of young boys who are trained to steal for their master. This version of Oliver Twist is topped by Sir Alec Guinness' masterly performance of archthug Fagin. Written by Jenny Evans . Oliver Twist, 2008. Charles Dickens. Oliver Twist - 1, 06:39. Oliver Twist - 17, 04:07. Oliver Twist - 18, 04:21. Oliver Twist - 12, 06:32. Oliver Twist, in full Oliver Twist or, The Parish Boys Progress, novel by Charles Dickens, published serially under the pseudonym Boz from 1837 to 1839 in Bentleys Miscellany and in a three-volume book in 1838. The novel was the first of the authors works to realistically depict the impoverished London underworld and to illustrate his belief that poverty leads to crime. Context and reception. Charles Dickens was well versed in the poverty of London, as he himself was a child worker after his father was sent to debtors prison. Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens second novel tells the story of the orphan Oliver set against the seamy underside of the London criminal world. From Fagin to Riah: How Charles Dickens looked at the Jews By Herb Moskovitz. Bow Street Runners