As the engagement of little Jackie Coogan in 'Oliver Twist' draws to a close today at the Queen's Theatre, the impression gains strength that this is one of the biggest and most notable picture products yet created for the screen. It seems to be as nearly perfect as a picture play can be; there is entertainment for everybody. Even the library bookworm for whom the theatre usually exerts but the slightest influence is concerned with 'Oliver Twist' to see in what manner the literary spirit of Charles Dickens is set forth upon the screen. Frank Lloyd has employed the rarest judgment and keenest sympathies is agreed by the Queen's Theatre's patrons. 'Oliver Twist' is a First National picture and will be shown for the last time today.
Queen's Theatre: Jackie Coogan as Oliver Twist - Last Showing Today
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Oliver Twist (View more)
Charles Dickens (novel)
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.
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