The Prince and the Pauper

Mark Twain's Immortal Classic !

Categories: Adventure, Drama, Family, Fantasy
Two boys - the prince Edward and the pauper Tom - are born on the same day. Years later, when young teenage Tom sneaks into the palace garden, he meets the prince. They change clothes with one another before the guards discover them and throw out the prince thinking he's the urchin. No one believes them when they try to tell the truth about which is which. Soon after, the old king dies and the prince will inherit the throne.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1937-04-30
Run time: 118 minute / 1:58
Director: William Keighley
Writer: Laird Doyle
Production Companies : First National Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America



Errol Flynn
as Miles Hendon
Claude Rains
as Earl of Hertford
Henry Stephenson
as Duke of Norfolk
Barton MacLane
as John Canty
Billy Mauch
as Tom Canty
Robert J. Mauch
as Prince Edward
Alan Hale
as Captain of the Guard
Eric Portman
as First Lord
Lionel Pape
as Second Lord
Leonard Willey
as Third Lord
Murray Kinnell
as Hugo
Halliwell Hobbes
as Archbishop
Phyllis Barry
as Barmaid
Ivan F. Simpson
as Clemens
Montagu Love
as Henry VIII
Fritz Leiber
as Father Andrew
Elspeth Dudgeon
as Grandmother Canty
Mary Field
as Mrs. Canty
Forrester Harvey
as Meaty Man
Joan Valerie
as Lady Jane Seymour
Lester Matthews
as St. John
Robert Adair
as First Guard
Harry Cording
as Second Guard
Robert Warwick
as Lord Warwick
Rex Evans
as Rich Man
Holmes Herbert
as First Doctor
Ian Maclaren
as Second Doctor
Anne Howard
as Lady Jane Grey
Gwendolyn Jones
as Lady Elizabeth
Lionel Braham
as Ruffler
Harry Beresford
as The Watch
Lionel Belmore
as Innkeeper
Ian Wolfe
as Proprietor
William Ripley Dorr
as Choir (as St. Luke's Choristers)
John George
as Beggar (uncredited)
Robert M. Haas Art Direction

Sol Polito Director of Photography

Costume & Make-Up
Milo Anderson Costume Design

Ralph Dawson Editor

William Keighley Director

Erich Wolfgang Korngold Original Music Composer

Mark Twain Novel
Laird Doyle Screenplay

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