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'''''David Copperfield''''' is a novel written by [[Charles Dickens]], first published in [[1850s|1850]]. Considered the most autobiographical of Dickens's novels, it follows the life story of a man named David Copperfield, who has to fend for himself at an early age following the death of his mother.<ref name="Wikipedia - novel">[[Wikipedia:David Copperfield (novel)|Wikipedia entry]] on ''David Copperfield''</ref>
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'''''David Copperfield''''' is a novel written by [[Charles Dickens]], first published in [[1850s|1850]]. Considered the most autobiographical of Dickens's novels, it follows the life story of a man named David Copperfield, who has to fend for himself at an early age following the death of his mother.<ref name="Wikipedia - novel">[[Wikipedia:David Copperfield|Wikipedia entry]] on ''David Copperfield''</ref>
   
 
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*[[Harry Potter]] actor [[Daniel Radcliffe]] played the younger David Copperfield in a [[Wikipedia:David Copperfield (1999 film)|1999 TV movie]] of the story, in his first ever screen appearance. [[Dawn French]], [[Maggie Smith]] and [[Imelda Staunton]] also appeared in the film.
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*[[Harry Potter]] actor [[Daniel Radcliffe]] played the younger David Copperfield in a [[Wikipedia:David Copperfield (1999 film)|1999 TV movie]] of the story, in his first ever screen appearance. [[Dawn French]], [[Maggie Smith]] (as Betsey Trotwood), [[Zoë Wanamaker]], and [[Imelda Staunton]] also appeared in the film.
   
 
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*David Copperfield is also the stage name of an [[United States of America|American]] illusionist "described by ''Forbes'' as the most commercially successful [[magic]]ian in history."<ref name="Wikipedia - illusionist">[[Wikipedia:David Copperfield (illusionist)|Wikipedia entry]] on the illusionist</ref>
 
*David Copperfield is also the stage name of an [[United States of America|American]] illusionist "described by ''Forbes'' as the most commercially successful [[magic]]ian in history."<ref name="Wikipedia - illusionist">[[Wikipedia:David Copperfield (illusionist)|Wikipedia entry]] on the illusionist</ref>
*Daniel Radciffe was approached to audition for the role of Harry Potter in part because director [[Chris Columbus]] had screened the TV movie of ''David Copperfield'' in which Radcliffe had appeared and said, "I want to at least see this boy."<ref name="pts35">''[[Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey]]'', Page 35</ref>
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*Daniel Radcliffe was approached to audition for the role of Harry Potter in part because director [[Chris Columbus]] had screened the TV movie of ''David Copperfield'' in which Radcliffe had appeared and said, "I want to at least see this boy."<ref name="pts35">''[[Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey]]'', Page 35</ref>
   
 
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David Copperfield is a novel written by Charles Dickens, first published in 1850. Considered the most autobiographical of Dickens's novels, it follows the life story of a man named David Copperfield, who has to fend for himself at an early age following the death of his mother.[1]

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Behind the scenesEdit

  • David Copperfield is also the stage name of an American illusionist "described by Forbes as the most commercially successful magician in history."[2]
  • Daniel Radcliffe was approached to audition for the role of Harry Potter in part because director Chris Columbus had screened the TV movie of David Copperfield in which Radcliffe had appeared and said, "I want to at least see this boy."[3]

AppearancesEdit

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