On the same day two boys are born: the pauper Tom and prince Edward. As a kid, Tom sneaks into the palace garden and meets the prince. They change clothes with each other but the guards discover them and throw out the prince, since they are almost identical. Nobody believe them when they try to tell the truth. Soon after, the old king dies and the prince will inherit the throne. The evil earl of Hertford attempts to murder the prince to gain power for himself. Written by
Mark Twain's Immortal Classic !
Did You Know?
MGM bought the rights to Mark Twain
's novel in 1935 for $100,000, but never filmed the story. Eventually, Warner Bros. secured the rights. See more
Henry V111's death scene seated in the throne room is invented as he actually died in bed on the 28th January 1547. See more
[the boys are switching clothes - the prince holds up one of Tom's tattered garments
Prince Edward Tudor
Are there in any vermin in this?
So few you'll hardly notice them at all, your highness.
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The Roost Song
Written by Erich Wolfgang Korngold
and M.K. Jerome See more