Inspired by Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist". A homeless kitten named Oliver, roams the streets of New York, where he is taken in by a gang of homeless mutts who survive by stealing from others. During one of these criminal acts, Oliver meets a wealthy young girl named Jenny Foxworth. This meeting will forever change his life. Written by
The first Disney movie with attitude.
Did You Know?
Like many pre-1989 Disney Films, the video release of "Oliver & Company" was delayed for years. Despite this film being released in 1988 and being a commercial success, it was not released on video until 1996. See more
During the "Good Company" montage Jenny's house number is 1125 ("1125 5th Ave." as seen on Oliver's new tag). Right after the montage, as Jenny leaves for school, it is now 140 (as seen above the house door). Thirty seconds later, when Winston answers the door, it is 1125 again. In some shots the house number disappears altogether. See more
Three sunrises. Three sunsets. Three days, Fagin.
[counting on his fingers
Three sunrises. Three sunsets. Three days. Three, three, three. That's nine. Nine?
No, Fagin. Three.
Three? Oh, you mean, just three days? Oh, my goodness! Oh, I'm having a bad day!
Version of Olivia Twist
Once Upon a Time in New York City
Music by Barry Mann
Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Produced by Stewart Levine
Performed by Huey Lewis See more