Edit
Oliver! (1968) Poster

(1968)

Connections

Jump to: Version of (40) | Remade as (1) | References (3) | Referenced in (102) | Featured in (19) | Spoofed in (10)

Version of 

Death of Nancy Sykes (1897) (Short)
based on the same novel
Mr. Bumble the Beadle (1898) (Short)
based on the same novel
A Modern Oliver Twist (1906) (Short)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1909) (Short)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1910) (Short)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1912)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1912)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1916)
based on the same novel
Twist Olivér (1919)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist, Jr. (1921)
based on the same novel
Fagin (1922) (Short)
based on the same novel
Nancy (1922) (Short)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1922)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1922)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1933)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1948)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1955) (TV Series)
based on the same novel
The DuPont Show of the Month: Oliver Twist (1959) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1960) (TV Series)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1962) (TV Mini-Series)
based on the same novel
Le théâtre de la jeunesse: Oliver Twist (1962) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Perry Mason: The Case of the Twice Told Twist (1966) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1974)
based on the same novel
The Further Adventures of Oliver Twist (1980) (TV Series)
based on the same novel
NBC Special Treat: Oliver Twist (1981) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1982) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1982) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1985) (TV Mini-Series)
based on the same novel
Las aventuras de Oliver Twist (1987)
based on the same novel
Oliver & Company (1988)
based on the same novel
The Adventures of Oliver Twist (1991)
based on the same novel
Les nouvelles aventures d'Oliver Twist (1997) (TV Series)
based on the same novel
The Wonderful World of Disney: Oliver Twist (1997) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (1999) (TV Mini-Series)
based on the same novel
Olivia Twist (2002) (TV Mini-Series)
based on the same novel
Twist (2003)
based on the same novel
Boy Called Twist (2004)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (2005)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twink (2007) (Video)
based on the same novel
Oliver Twist (2007) (TV Mini-Series)
based on the same novel

Remade as 

Oliver!
This is a remake.

References 

Oliver Twist (1948)
Some elements are taken from the 1948 filmed adaptation rather than the book, most notably the melodrama of Sikes holding Oliver hostage in the climax chase scene.
My Fair Lady (1964)
Perry Mason: The Case of the Twice Told Twist (1966) (TV Episode)
Plot heavily influenced by the novel.

Referenced in 

The Moviemakers (1968) (Short)
This is a behind-the-scenes documentary on the film.
Love Camp 7 (1969)
Title of this film is shown on a theater marquee.
Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (1970)
Quackser is stood up on a date while waiting outside a cinematheque with a huge "Oliver!" marquee, poster art included.
The Special London Bridge Special (1972) (TV Movie)
the song Consider yourself is performed
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters: The Wild Weekend (1973) (TV Episode)
Jack Wild appears as himself, there are several references to his appearance in Oliver.
Family: Monday Is Forever (1976) (TV Episode)
Willie sings "Food, Wonderful Food"
Ark II: The Flies (1976) (TV Episode)
Jonathan Harris play Fagon the mentor of boys trained to be thieves and pickpockets.
The Brady Bunch Variety Hour: Episode #1.5 (1977) (TV Episode)
The Bradys perform "Consider Yourself."
The Muppet Show: Edgar Bergen (1977) (TV Episode)
The Muppets perform "Consider Yourself."
Welcome Back, Kotter: Meet Your New Teacher: Batteries Not Included (1978) (TV Episode)
Kotter sits at his table demanding more salad and Julie calls him Oliver .
Going Straight: Going to Work (1978) (TV Episode)
The film poster is on the wall in the hotel foyer.
Going Straight: Going Going Gone (1978) (TV Episode)
The film poster is on the wall in the hotel foyer.
Going Straight: Going Off the Rails (1978) (TV Episode)
The film poster is on the wall in the hotel foyer.
T.J. Hooker: Blind Justice (1982) (TV Episode)
Title on theater marquee and lobby cards visible
Saturday Night Live: Rick Moranis/Rickie Lee Jones (1989) (TV Episode)
"Food Glorious Food' is sung during Merv Griffin's Casino Show
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Rocketship X-M (1990) (TV Episode)
Joel sings part of "Where Is Love?"
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Day Damn One (1990) (TV Episode)
The students sing "Consider Yourself" as Will enters the school.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster (1991) (TV Episode)
Joel: "Even rob a shop?" Tom: "Anything!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera vs. Guiron (1991) (TV Episode)
Tom: "I think it's the cast of 'Oliver!'."
The Fisher King (1991)
Lydia picks up a copy of the film in the video store.
Motormouth: Episode #4.32 (1992) (TV Episode)
The vicar sings 'Oompapa'
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Attack of the Giant Leeches (1992) (TV Episode)
Joel: "Would you rob a shop?" Tom (singing): "Anything!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Crash of Moons (1992) (TV Episode)
Tom (singing): "As long as he needs me"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Rebel Set (1992) (TV Episode)
Tom (singing): "Boy for sale; he's going cheap."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Secret Agent Super Dragon (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: "I was in 'Oliver!' on senior sketch night."
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Magic Voyage of Sinbad (1993) (TV Episode)
Joel (sings): "Where is love?"
Demolition Man (1993)
Food, Glorious Food
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bloodlust! (1994) (TV Episode)
Servo: (singing) Where is love?
The Nanny: When You Pish Upon a Star (1994) (TV Episode)
Maxwell and C.C. are mounting a revival of the show.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Sword and the Dragon (1994) (TV Episode)
Tom (as Oliver): "Please, sir. Could I have more?"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Amazing Transparent Man (1995) (TV Episode)
Tom (singing): "As long as he needs me"
Anyone for Pennis? (1995) (TV Movie)
Poster framed on wall when Dennis talks to Angus Deayton.
Independence Day (1996)
Constance reads a news article sentence that includes the quote "Please sir, can I have some more?"
Friends: The One with All the Jealousy (1997) (TV Episode)
Joey sings Got To Pick a Pocket Or Two
The Simpsons: Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious (1997) (TV Episode)
Principal Skinner tries to find a buyer for Jimbo, calling out "Boy for sale!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Mole People (1997) (TV Episode)
Who will buy this wonderful feeling...
Cats Don't Dance (1997)
one of Darla's posters in her mansion, "Little Dickens" spoofs this
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Prince of Space (1997) (TV Episode)
Servo sings a variation of "Where is Love?"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Pumaman (1998) (TV Episode)
Tom (singing): "Cheese, glorious cheese!"
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: For Love nor Money (1998) (TV Episode)
Oliver Reed's playing of Bill Sykes in the film is mentioned at dress-up event.
Samurai X: Trust and Betrayal (1999) (TV Mini-Series)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Blood Waters of Dr. Z (1999) (TV Episode)
Crow (singing): "Where is love?"
Frasier: They're Playing Our Song (2000) (TV Episode)
Gil mentions he wanted "Food, glorious food" from "Oliver!" as the theme show of his radio show.
Hellraisers (2000) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by narrator.
The Tribe: Episode #3.5 (2000) (TV Episode)
KC has Cloe re-enact a scene from the film.
Undeclared: Addicts (2001) (TV Episode)
Ron asks Lloyd, "didn't you see Oliver?!"
Aionios foititis (2001)
Advertised on a theater marquee.
Mr. B's Lost Shorts (2001) (Video)
Tom (singing): "Boy for sale; he's going cheap."
The Pianist (2002)
Degrassi: The Next Generation: Shout: Part 1 (2002) (TV Episode)
Spinner says, "Food, glorious food!"
Alias: The Getaway (2003) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue.
The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003) (Video Game)
Jimmy Neutron: Win, Lose and Kaboom (2004) (TV Movie)
one character asks that famous question "Please sir, can I have some more?
Extras: Les Dennis (2005) (TV Episode)
Lizzie and Bunny sing some of Food Glorious Food
Colma: The Musical (2006)
Colma's "Goodbye Stupid" sequence is an homage to Oliver's "Oom-Pah Pah" sequence.
MADtv: Episode #11.19 (2006) (TV Episode)
Coach Hines directs a school production of Oliver!
American Dad!: With Friends Like Steve's (2006) (TV Episode)
A guard sings "Food, Glorious Food".
The Paul O'Grady Show: Episode #4.37 (2006) (TV Episode)
"The song Summer Lovin' comes from which musical film? Is it A. Grease, B. Mary Poppins or C. Oliver!"
A Sense of Carol Reed (2006) (Video)
Includes archival footage made behind the scenes.
My Boys: The Slump (2006) (TV Episode)
title mentioned
Indie Sex: Censored (2007) (TV Movie)
The title is shown
The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning (2008) (Video)
Cheeks (singing) says, "Oom-pah-pah! Oom-pah-pah!"
The Office: Crime Aid (2008) (TV Episode)
Andy sings "Consider Yourself" to Angela.
Saturday Night Live: Hugh Laurie/Kanye West (2008) (TV Episode)
Referenced by Hugh Laurie during his monologue
Come Dine with Me: Ipswich: Angie (2009) (TV Episode)
Angie names one of her dishes after the movie.
Saturday Night Live: Zac Efron/Yeah Yeah Yeahs (2009) (TV Episode)
Kathie Lee (Kristen Wiig) says, "Please, sir. May I have some more?"
Saturday Night Live: Will Ferrell/Green Day (2009) (TV Episode)
Quoted by Kathie Lee Gifford on Celebrity Jeopardy!
Royal Pains: The Honeymoon's Over (2009) (TV Episode)
Evan wonders if Fagan's gang of street urchins may perhaps drop by
Scrubs: Our Mysteries (2009) (TV Episode)
J.D. talks about performing in a theater camp production of "Oliver!"
Three Men Go to Ireland: Episode #1.1 (2009) (TV Episode)
Rory sings "Reviewing the Situation"
Nostalgia Critic: The Pebble and the Penguin (2010) (TV Episode)
Review uses screenshot of Nancy to remind the Critic of who Shani Wallis is.
Come Dine with Me Canada: Annabel McMahon: Block Six (2011) (TV Episode)
Jonathan does an impression of the title character when he says "Please sir, can I have some more?"
Take Me Home Tonight (2011)
Video case is shown in a video store.
Midnight Screenings: The Hangover, Part II/Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011) (TV Episode)
"Tell that to Oliver!"
Three Men Go to Venice: Episode #1.2 (2011) (TV Episode)
Griff sings "Reviewing the Situation"
Saturday Night Live: Melissa McCarthy/Lady Antebellum (2011) (TV Episode)
Referenced in "Rock's Way"
Private Practice: Breaking the Rules (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Dave's Old Porn: Chelsea Handler/The Sklar Brothers (2011) (TV Episode)
Title referenced by Dave Attell
This Is 40 (2012)
Mentioned in dialogue
Smash: The Nominations (2013) (TV Episode)
A Broadway version of the film is mentioned during the Tony nominations announcement.
Clear History (2013) (TV Movie)
Fagin mentioned.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: M.E. Time (2013) (TV Episode)
Charles plays "Consider Yourself" in the car.
Life Itself (2014)
A newspaper collum of Ebert's review on this movie was shown.
Film '72: Episode dated 26 November 2014 (2014) (TV Episode)
Antonia Quirke mentions this movie and Oliver Reed as Bill Sikes when she reads out some of the viewers' tweets
iZombie: Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat (2015) (TV Episode)
Blaine, "You look like an orphan ..."
Mike & Mike: Episode dated 24 July 2015 (2015) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Only Connect: Episode #11.7 (2015) (TV Episode)
Features as a clue in the first round.
Countdown: Episode #73.76 (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Susie.
Wine Gusy: Shiraz (2015) (TV Episode)
Towards the end Christian and O'Leary recreate the famous 'Can I have some more?' scene, but with wine.
Doctor Who: Sleep No More (2015) (TV Episode)
When Nagata says "Consider yourself...," the Doctor sings, "Part of the furniture!"
The Big Bang Theory: The Platonic Permutation (2015) (TV Episode)
While working in a soup kitchen, Howard wants some young kid to say to him, "Please sir, I want some more".
Strictly Come Dancing: The Quarter-Final: Musicals Special (2015) (TV Episode)
The film's "Oom Pah Pah" routine is recreated.
EastEnders: Episode #1.5314 (2016) (TV Episode)
Ben and Linda sing part of "That's Your Funeral" in the Queen Vic pub.
Who's Doing the Dishes?: Mark Lester (2016) (TV Episode)
Brian McFadden and Mark Lester discuss the film.
Who's Doing the Dishes?: Jodie Prenger (2016) (TV Episode)
Brian McFadden and Jodie Prenger discuss the film.
Good Morning Britain: Episode dated 11 May 2017 (2017) (TV Episode)
Susanna quotes one of the songs.

Featured in 

Precious Images (1986) (Short)
Muppet Babies: Invasion of the Muppet Snackers (1987) (TV Episode)
Clips from the dining hall scene shown
Oscar's Greatest Moments (1992) (Video)
100 Years at the Movies (1994) (TV Short)
clip shown in closing credits
The 100 Greatest Musicals (2003) (TV Movie)
The Ultimate Film (2004) (TV Movie)
number 74
The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV Special)
The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008) (TV Special)
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Nostalgia Critic: The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (2009) (TV Episode)
A clip is shown.
Nostalgia Critic: Top 11 Scariest Performances (2010) (TV Episode)
Bill Sykes is #11.
These Amazing Shadows (2011)
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Secret Voices of Hollywood (2013) (TV Movie)
Clips seen and discussed
The EE British Academy Film Awards (2015) (TV Special)
Clip shown.
The One Show: Episode dated 3 May 2016 (2016) (TV Episode)
Mark Lester talks about the film
Scope (2017) (Video)
clip shown
The 90th Annual Academy Awards (2018) (TV Special)
Seen in 90 Years of Oscars montage

Spoofed in 

Pinky and the Brain: Leggo My Ego/Big in Japan (1997) (TV Episode)
In a flashback, after eating his meal, Brain walks up to his master, holds his bowl and asks 'Please sir, can I have some more?'
Family Guy: Let's Go to the Hop (2000) (TV Episode)
Stewie says he'd have done things differently to Oliver and then we see a clip of the movie with Stewie playing the role of Oliver.
King Kong: The Post-Production Diaries (2005) (Video)
When asking for food, an actor says "More, please, sir"
Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
the vultures sing food glorious food
Family Guy: Barely Legal (2006) (TV Episode)
Peter starts a band of cockney pickpockets
Es bello vivir (2008) (TV Movie)
"Es bello vivir" contains a sketch about "Oliver!"
Galavant: About Last Knight (2016) (TV Episode)
The song "He Was There" is an enormous spoof of "I'd Do Anything," complete with a direct lyrical reference to Oliver.
Who's Doing the Dishes?: Mark Lester (2016) (TV Episode)
One of the contestants spoofs the "Please, sir, I want some more" scene.
Who's Doing the Dishes?: Jodie Prenger (2016) (TV Episode)
Brian McFadden spoofs the film.

See also

Trivia | Goofs | Crazy Credits | Quotes | Alternate Versions | Soundtracks

Contribute to This Page