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August 05, 2017


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I know David Copperfield hasn't been adapted as many times as Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, but it still has more recent versions than A Tale of Two Cities, which hasn't seen a movie version since 1989, which is nearly 30 years. David Copperfield got fairly recent versions in 1999 and 2000. One was the BBC version with Daniel Radcliffe, and the other was the TNT version with Sally Field. I like A Tale of Two Cities more than all the other Dickens novels combined, and it's just not fair that A Tale of Two Cities has been neglected for all these years, except for the Broadway musical in 2008.

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