( full title is " The Picture of Dorian Gray ", by Oscar Wilde , read by Martin Shaw )
A highly cautionary tale, of being careful for what one wishes for, Oscar Wilde's "Picture of Dorian Gray" concerns a young and handsome man, who is apparently willing to pay any price, to stay looking that way ... even, if it means selling his soul to Satan ...
However, not only does Dorian Gray become forever-cursed, also his painted portrait starts to both sneer at him, and also to visually-age, as time goes by, revealing Gray's real condition, under a veneer of youthfulness and good looks ...
Side One : 1) A Wish is Uttered 2) Young Love.
Side Two : 1) A Brief Engagement 2) Portrait Starts to Sneer.
Side Three : 1) Picture is Hidden 2) Road to Ruin.
Side Four : 1) Coils of Crime 2) Picture Restored.