Carol Reed and the producers deliberately kept composer Lionel Bart at arm's length from the film to prevent any unwanted interference from the volatile Bart, who was only invited to visit the set once during the entire production and otherwise was allowed no creative involvement with the production. See more »
Nancy, Bet, their fellow barmaids and the saleswomen of WHO WILL BUY all wear their hair loose in what was one of the most popular fashions of the late 1960s; the high class ladies of the latter number, on the other hand, wear their hair in the correct fashions of the 1830s. See more »
[realizing he's trapped]
Nancy, I loved you didn't I? Look what you've done to me!
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Before watching the movie I read the original novel, and I was not disappointed at all about the adaptation. The movie is really faithful to the spirit of Dickens narrative, but adds a new dimension to it by means of great music and songs.
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