Mark Twain's classic story of the Pauper (Robert Timmins) who dreams of riches and the Prince (Jonathan Timmins) who just wants to behave like a normal boy. After a chance meeting the two boys become friends and are amazed to discover that they are identical and can easily pass for each other - an opportunity to get what they have always wanted! But both learn that no life is as it seems: the Prince has to overcome an alcoholic father's wrath and a spell in prison while the Pauper is trapped in a palace rampant with political intrigue and in-fighting when the old King (Alan Bates) dies.
Not a bad movie
- The Prince and the Pauper review by JD
This is an ok version of the movie I have seen other versions the 1962 Disney version is good too the Mickey Mouse one is not so good
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