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Feb 23, 2021

[Answer] 6. A young Jackie Coogan says, "Please sir, I want some more," in which 1922 silent movie?

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...1. Good Morning Starshine 2. Cromwell and Hardy: The Difference is the Same 3. Laurence Olive and the Pimento 4. Oliver Twist Oliver Twist's (Coogan) mother died giving birth. Sent to a workhouse, nine-year old Oliver boldly asked for more gruel causing much ado among the administration. He is made to work for an undertaker and is eventually taken in by a band of thieves lead by Fagin (Lon Chaney). The viewer will discover that Oliver comes from a wealthy family. Chaney's makeup is amazing, as always. Charles Dickens wrote the book.




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Oliver Twist:


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