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Also Known As: Died: April 21, 1910
Born: November 30, 1835 Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Birth Place: Florida, Missouri, USA Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Mark Twain's America in 3-D (1998) as Himself
A documentary on the life of Mark Twain using 19th-century photography and modern-day scenes.

Writer (feature film)

2.
Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (2013)
The adventures of Tom Sawyer and his friend Huckleberry "Huck" Finn on the Mississippi River.
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Charlie's Ghost Story (2004) as From Short Story
An archeologist and father is so taken with his discovery of Coranado's cave that he fails to notice that the ghost of the Spanish explorer is haunting his son, demanding that his bones be properly buried.
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Arthur's Quest (1999) as Book As Source Material ("A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur'S Court")
A contemporary update of Mark Twain's classic tale in which Merlin transports young King Arthur into modern day America. When Merlin comes back ten years later to retrieve him, he finds a hip 15 year-old Arthur who does not believe Merlin, nor does he want to return to the past.
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Animated Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The (1998) as Characters As Source Material
Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn head off on a series of exciting adventures that lead to mischief and mayhem wherever they go. No matter how hard they try, Tom and Huck just can't seem to stay out of trouble - but they have a lot of fun trying!
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Million to Juan, A (1994) as From Story ("The Million Pound Bank Note")
An impoverished orange vendor's life changes when a stranger offers him a check for one million dollars.
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Hail Caesar (1994) as From Story
A wannabe rockstar makes a bet with his boss to make 100,000 dollars in six months, if done in time, he will marry the bosses daughter.
9.
Prince and the Pauper, The (1990) as Novel As Source Material ("The Prince And The Pauper")
Mickey Mouse is the prince who changes places with a look-alike subject.
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Huck and Tom (1918) as From Novels ("The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn" "The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer")

Misc. Crew (feature film)

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Tom Sawyer (2000)
Animated musical adaptation of Mark Twain's novel "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer." In this adaptation, the characters of Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn and friends are cast as cats, foxes and dogs. Tom and Huck witness the evil Injurin' Joe committing an awful crime that is blamed on Mutt Potter. With the hel
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Knight in Camelot, A (1998)
A modern Connecticut woman travels back in time to 6th century England during the reign of King Arthur and finds herself at odds with Merlin the magician. Wise-cracking, independent-minded scientific researcher Vivien Morgan, is hurled from her New England laboratory into the dark ages of England wh
13.
Prince For a Day (1995)
In this contemporary version of Mark Twain's classic tale of a beggar who changes places with a prince, a working-class pizza boy swaps lives with a rock star.
14.
Tom and Huck (1995)
A lot of guys go looking for adventure. For Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, adventure finds them at every turn. Town mischief-maker Tom, and his pal Huck, are in for the time of their lives as they team up to steal a pirate's treasure map in order to save an innocent man from being wrongly convicted of a
15.
Huck and the King of Hearts (1994)
Young Huck and a slick card shark hit the road in search of the boy's long-lost eccentric grandfather.
16.
Adventures of Huck Finn, The (1993)
Based on Mark Twain's novel about a young boy whose father abuses him, causing him to run off with a slave.
17.
American Summer, An (1990)
Mark Twain's classic coming-of-age tale "Tom Sawyer" is transplanted to Southern California during the late 1970s.
18.
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A (1989)
A television movie based on the novel by Mark Twain. Young Karen Jones finds herself in sixth century Camelot after a fall from a horse. Using her modern-day "magic," she fights the evil Merlin and Mordred to restore peace to King Arthur's court.
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Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn (1982)
This "brand new" Tom Sawyer/Huck Finn adventure, with apologies to Mark Twain, starred a pair of newcomers, Patrick Creadon and Anthony Michael Hall, as the Missouri lads who get involved with a gang of con-artists, take up with a ragtag circus, help a freed slave buy his sister's freedom, and see t
20.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The (1981)
This latest retelling of the escapades of Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer and the runaway slave, Jim, drifting down the Mississippi on a homemade raft, and their encounter with the Duke and his cohort, Dauphin, is given the "Classics Illustrated" touch and was filmed at least two years before its belated TV p
21.
Unidentified Flying Oddball, The (1979)
A NASA spacecraft proves Einstein right when, travelling faster than light, it ends up near King Arthur's Camelot. On board are big-hearted Tom Trimble and Hermes, the look-alike robot he built. Tom immediately makes friends with pretty Alisande and enemies with the awful knight Sir Nordred. It seems Nordred is out to oust Arthur, while Alisande's father is not the goose she believes him to be but is also a victim of Nordred's schemes. It's as well the Americans have arrived.
22.
Crossed Swords (1978)
Tom Canty is a poor English boy who bears a remarkable resemblance to Edward, Prince of Wales and son of King Henry VIII. The two boys meet and decide to play a joke on the court by dressing in each other's clothes, but the plan goes awry when they are separated and each must live the other's life.
23.
Huckleberry Finn (1975)
The Mark Twain perennial with freckle-faced Ron Howard and most of his family -- father Rance, mother Jean, brother Clint -- in this TV update of the classic. Previous Huck Finns on film were Lewis Sargent in 1919, Junior Durkin (1931) in the Jackie Cooper movie about Tom Sawyer, Mickey Rooney (1939
24.
Huckleberry Finn (1974)
Mark Twain's famed tale of a Missouri bad boy who helps a runaway slave escape to the North.
25.
Tom Sawyer (1973)
Adaptation of the Mark Twain classic about a small-town Missouri boy who tracks down a murderer.
26.
Tom Sawyer (1973)
The classic American bad boy sails the Mississippi with his friend Huck Finn after their supposed deaths.

Writer (special)

27.
Princess and the Pauper: An Animated Special From the "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales For Every Child" Series, The (2000) as Novel As Source Material ("The Prince And The Pauper")
A retelling of the classic Mark Twain story, "The Prince and the Pauper," from a feminist point of view. A young princess and a poor girl unwittingly trade places -- and wind up showing everyone around them the importance of treating people with respect and courtesy.
28.
Mama (1987) as From Story ("A True Story")
A one-woman show which portrays images of great black women, from the time of American slavery to the present day, who share a legacy of struggling, coping, and overcoming. Three women are portrayed in this segment of the "Ossie & Ruby" series: a mother, a prominent black women in her 70s, and a for
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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1986) as Novel As Source Material ("Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn")
A adaptation of Mark Twain's classic tale of the adventures of the runaway boy, Huckleberry Finn.
30.
Adventures of Con Sawyer and Hucklemary Finn, The (1985) as From Novels
A two-part presentation of a modern-day adaptation of Mark Twain's novel about Mississippi life. The plot relates the adventures of two young, mischievous girls, Connie "Con" Sawyer and "Huckle" Mary Finn. Con and Huck attempt to prevent a jewel robbery when they overhear three men plotting to repla
31.
Pudd'nhead Wilson (1984) as Novel As Source Material ("Pudd'Nhead Wilson")
An adaptation of Mark Twain's novel of mistaken identity, in which a slave woman cradle-switches her own light-skinned son with her master's white son. The ruse is uncovered by Pudd'nhead Wilson, the local lawyer.
32.
Innocents Abroad, The (1983) as Novel As Source Material ("Innocents Abroad")
An adaptation of Mark Twain's humorous account of his first voyage overseas with a band of pious pilgrims.
33.
Mysterious Stranger, The (1982) as Novel As Source Material ("The Mysterious Stranger")
An adaptation of Mark Twain's last novel which describes a printer's apprentice from Missouri who daydreams himself into a medieval European castle, and meets a mysterious, magical youth who displays fascinating powers.
34.
Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, The (1981) as From Story
A modern-day schoolboy learns the pitfalls of gambling when he makes a journey of the imagination into the past and bvecomes embroiled in the famous frog jumping contest immortalized by Mark Twain.
35.
Life on the Mississippi (1980) as Book As Source Material ("Life On The Mississippi")
A dramatic adaptation of Mark Twain's book, relating the author's experiences on the river and the coming of age of a young man.
36.
P.J. and the President's Son (1976) as Novel As Source Material ("The Prince And The Pauper")
In an updated version of Mark Twain's "The Prince and the Pauper," P.J., the son of a middle-class Washington, D.C., family, and Preston, the son of the President of the United States, switch places for a few days after a chance encounter reveals that they are exact look-alikes.
37.
Prince and the Pauper, The (1957) as Novel As Source Material ("The Prince And The Pauper")
Adaptation of Mark Twain's novel about a poor boy and the heir to the British throne who exchange places.
38.
Connecticut Yankee, A (1955) as Novel As Source Material ("A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur'S Court")
The story of Martin Barret, a Connecticut man who, after suffering a head injury, is propelled back in time -- to sixth-century England and the court of King Arthur. His experiences, as he incorporates his knowledge of the twentieth century in a primitive time, is the focal point of the story. An ad

Misc. Crew (special)

39.
Diaries of Adam and Eve, The (1989)
A two-character play, taped during a performance from the Plaza Theatre in Dallas, based on Mark Twain's humorous look at the ever-changing relationship between men and women, as told in imagined "diary entries" of Adam and Eve during their stay in the Garden of Eden and their life together outside
40.
Diaries of Adam and Eve, The (1989) as From Stories
A two-character play, taped during a performance from the Plaza Theatre in Dallas, based on Mark Twain's humorous look at the ever-changing relationship between men and women, as told in imagined "diary entries" of Adam and Eve during their stay in the Garden of Eden and their life together outside

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Prince and the Pauper, The (2001) as Novel As Source Material ("The Prince And The Pauper")

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

42.
Mark Twain's Roughing It (2002) as Novel As Source Material ("Roughing It")
Based on the semiautobiographical tale of Mark Twain's trip through the American West.

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