Oliver and CompanyDirector: George Scribner
This animated musical retells Dickens's Oliver Twist amongst animals in New York City, with Oliver as an innocent kitten who joins a gang of law-breaking dogs. When Oliver is adopted by a wealthy young woman, the gang's evil human owner hatches a kidnapping scheme to tap into the girl's fortune.
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- Walt Disney Video
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- [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Roscoe Lee Browne||Francis|
|Sheryl Lee Ralph||Rita|
|Roger Allers||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Ruben A. Aquino||Animator|
|Chris Bailey||Original Story|
|Sandy Berman||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Mary V. Buck||Casting|
|Timothy J. Disney||Screenwriter|
|Michael Gabriel||Animator,Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Vance Gerry||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Dan Hansen||Art Director|
|Kevin Lima||Original Story|
|James Mangold||Original Story|
|Dave Michener||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Joe Ranft||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|J.A.C. Redford||Score Composer|
|Jon Saint James||Songwriter|
|Gary Trousdale||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Kirk Wise||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Pete Young||Original Story,Screenwriter|
1. "Once Upon a Time in New York City"
2. Looking for Affection
3. One Crafty Canine
4. "Why Should I Worry?"
5. Meeting the Gang
6. A Drop-In Guest
7. Sykes Pays a Visit
8. Story Time
9. "Streets of Gold"
10. The "Accident"
11. A New Home
12. "Perfect Isn't Easy"
13. Breakfast for Kitty
14. Devising a Plan
15. "Good Company"
16. An Unintentional Catnapping
17. Fagin's Get Rich Scheme
18. The Payoff
19. Jenny Goes Missing
20. To The Rescue!
21. The Getaway
22. A Very Happy Birthday
23. "Why Should I Worry?" (Reprise)
24. End Credits
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English 5.1 Dolby Digital
Français 5.1 Dolby Digital
Español 5.1 Dolby Digital
English for the Hearing Impaired
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Music & More
"Why Should I Worry?" Sing-Along Song
"Streets of Gold" Sing-Along Song
Games & Activites: Oliver's Big City Challenge
The Making of Oliver & Company
Disney's Animated Animals
Oliver & Company Scrapbook
Original Theatrical Trailer (1988)
TV Spot (1989)
Rerelease Trailer (1996)
"Return of a Classic"
Fun Film Facts
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this was a great movie you should watch it it has great music
This is one of the few films to which I still sing along. The movie's highlight is definitely its music. A mix of tunes set the mood and rhythm to the New York lifestyles on both sides of the tracks. The story falls a little short but is a fun, furry 'twist' on the classic tale. Not one of Disney's best, but an enjoyable movie nonetheless.