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The Prince and the Pauper: The Movie -- A poor boy and a prince exchange identities and lives while the villainous Captain of the Guard plots to take advantage of this.


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5 February 2008 (USA) See more »
"A modern take on a classic Mark Twain story!"
A modern day telling of the Mark Twain classic, The Prince and the Pauper. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Cole Sprouse ... Eddie Tudor

Dylan Sprouse ... Tom Canty

Kay Panabaker ... Elizabeth

Vincent Spano ... Miles

Dedee Pfeiffer ... Harlin

Ed Lauter ... Pop

Sally Kellerman ... Jerry

Nick Vallelonga ... Director

Peter Onorati ... Stunt Coordinator

Paul Sloan ... Dante the D.P.
Avrielle Corti ... Sandy

Gwen McGee ... Principal

Pride Grinn ... Sobel the First A.D.

Leo Rossi ... Officer Harold

Jesse Corti ... Studio Gate Guard

James Quattrochi ... Producer #2 (as James Quatrochi)

Rose Rossi ... Drama Teacher

Warren Ostergard ... Miami Gate Guard

Gabrielle Tuite ... Red Carpet Interviewer #1

Everlayn Borges ... Red Carpet Interviewer #2
Michelle Gold ... Officer Bob

Misty Rice ... Tom Canty's Mom

Jen Friel ... Restaurant Interviewer

Charlie Stewart ... Junior
Jon Luc Lowdermilk ... Beefy Senior

Lauren Bertoni ... Science Teacher

Brie Gabrielle ... Prop Girl
Kaila Campbell ... Makeup Girl
Patricia Gardner ... Makeup Artist
Vikki Gasko ... Makeup Artist
Maria Delle Grazie ... Wardrobe Girl
Jerry Lieberman ... Marina Gate Guard
Shay Roman ... Student
John Maher ... Kid #1

Christina Gabrielle ... Autograph Girl
Casey Riley ... Fan #1

Skyler Nelson ... Fan #2
Hunter Brackett ... Young Tom Canty
Joseph Raymond ... Evil Darkness
Joseph A. Reilly ... Security Guard (as Joe Reilly)
Raul Solis ... Palm Beach Sherriff (as Deputy Raul Solis)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Margerita Nicolas ... Student
Jessica Badeaux ... Officer (uncredited)

Kaleina Cordova ... Sandy's Friend (uncredited)

Peter Cordova ... Criminal (uncredited)
Megan Corral ... Horse Handler (uncredited)
Michael A. de Melo ... Gaffer (uncredited)

Kit DeZolt ... Screaming Fan (uncredited)
Nicolette Huit ... Fan (uncredited)

Daniel Karpel ... Screaming Fan (uncredited)

Jacqui Karpel ... Lady Photographer (uncredited)
Ciara Lauren ... Fan (uncredited)
Sophie Le Neveu ... Fan (uncredited)
Carol LeNeveu ... Photographer (uncredited)
Colleen Marvel ... Girl with Umbrella (uncredited)
Lynn McArthur ... Camera Crew Member (uncredited)
Angel McBride ... Fan (uncredited)
Celestial McBride ... Fan (uncredited)
Sevan McBride ... Fan (uncredited)

Tony Morales ... Detective (uncredited)
Katarina Noel ... Fan (uncredited)
Isabelo Pascual ... Student (uncredited)
Britney Philippeaux ... Screaming Fan (uncredited)

Vanessa Rolfe ... Gaffer (uncredited)
Sagine ... Autograph Girl #2 (uncredited)

Matt Salnick ... Eddie's Assistant (uncredited)
Seth Sieunarine ... Fan (uncredited)
Sierra Silva ... Fan (uncredited)
Mark Wooster ... Detective (uncredited)

Directed by
James Quattrochi 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeffrey Hatcher  writer
Amanda Moresco 

Produced by
Chris Gordon .... associate producer
Greg Hauptner .... co-producer
Jonathan D. Krane .... executive producer
Robert Moresco .... executive producer
Warren Ostergard .... co-producer
James Quattrochi .... producer
Joseph A. Reilly .... producer
Steele Shannon .... co-producer
Nick Vallelonga .... producer
Josh Werkman .... co-producer
John Yang .... associate producer
Original Music by
Dennis McCarthy 
Cinematography by
Jeff Baustert 
Film Editing by
Jody Leggio 
Casting by
Fern Champion 
Paul Ruddy 
Production Design by
Jay Weber 
Set Decoration by
David Rende 
Dan Rogers 
Costume Design by
Lynn Rossi 
Makeup Department
Laura Bissessar .... makeup artist
Gina Giurdanella .... key makeup artist
Jenn Hall .... makeup artist
Production Management
Warren Ostergard .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Spodak .... first assistant director
Larry Zience .... second assistant director
Juan M. Zuniga .... second assistant director
Art Department
Peter Cordova .... property master
Sound Department
David Bacon .... boom operator
David Bacon .... production sound mixer
Andrew Knox .... sound designer: foley
Glen Alger Schricker .... dialogue editor
Glen Alger Schricker .... re-recording mixer
Glen Alger Schricker .... sound designer
Mark Weber .... sound
Rosie Bernhard .... stunt safety diver
Grady Allen Bishop .... stunt coordinator
Andrew Scott Dixon .... stunt rigger
Susan Saddler .... stunt double: Cole Sprouse
Jake Waitman .... stunt double
Zack Waitman .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Eduardo Fierro .... assistant camera
Joseph Frommer .... electrician
Jennifer Galipault .... second assistant camera
Bryce Hudson .... additional electrician
Keith Morgan .... gaffer
Andrew Sarta .... still photographer
Emanuel Sherman .... still photographer
Carla Sosa .... second assistant camera
Derek J. Vass .... electrician
Carlos Velasquez .... grip
Alexandra Vivas .... assistant camera
David Weisbrot .... electrician
Animation Department
Scott Lowe .... technical director: title sequence
David 'Joey' Mildenberger .... main title graphics
Casting Department
Nick Chandler .... casting: Florida
Sean Newberg .... casting assistant
Robin Schwartz .... casting: Florida
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sally Colbert .... key wardrobe supervisor
Kylee Plevin .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Alex Hatfield .... behind the scenes editor
Ian Vertovec .... digital intermediate colorist
Pi Ware .... additional editor
Location Management
Amy Colonna-Robinson .... location manager
Music Department
Mason Cooper .... music supervisor
Jerry Deaton .... music editor
Jerry Deaton .... score mixer
Other crew
Erica Bernal .... assistant production coordinator
Carla Castaneira .... script supervisor
Eduardo Fierro .... assistant: camera crew
Joseph Frommer .... intern
Sean Newberg .... production assistant
Sherrie Peterson .... production crew
Alyssa Roti .... key production assistant
Dana Wilkey .... product placement

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Rated PG for mild thematic elements
Argentina:92 min | USA:92 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Crew or equipment visible: When Tom (as Eddie) is talking to Elizabeth on the dock, you can see crew, set lights and a boom reflected in his sunglasses. At many other points in the movie when a character is wearing shades, the same happens.See more »
Eddie Tudor:Knock knock.
Pop:Who's there?
Eddie Tudor:Interrupting cow.
Eddie Tudor:Not what, who! Knock Knock.
Pop:Who's there?
Eddie Tudor:Interupting cow
Pop:Interrupting cow w...
Eddie Tudor:Moooo! Hahaha, that's funny.
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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Strictly for Zack and Cody Fans, 13 December 2008
Author: aimless-46 from Kentucky

This feature film, "A Modern Twain Story: "The Prince and the Pauper" (2007) stars the highly popular with pre-teens Sprouse twins, it went direct-to-DVD.

Updates of classic literature like this have become relatively common; "Emma" is adapted as "Clueless", "Othello" as "O", "Pygmalion" becomes ''She's All That'', Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" becomes "10 Things I Hate About You". "A Modern Twain Story: "The Prince and the Pauper" is a little more direct with its title, probably because so little of Twain's original story was incorporated into the movie that the producers felt they needed to alert the viewer that the classical connection was intentional. The original was set in 1547 and tells the story of two young boys who are identical in appearance: Tom Canty, a pauper who lives with his abusive father, and Prince Edward, son of Henry VIII of England.

If you are unfamiliar with Disney Channel superstars Cole and Dylan Sprouse (best known for "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" and its nautical spin-off) they are height challenged twin boys who seem like regular guys. Before you start thinking twin Gary Colemans, it is not that bad although their routines may have you thinking back to Arnold's zany antics on "Different Strokes".

The modern version of the "Prince and the Pauper" story utilizes original character names as Tom Canty (Dylan Sprouse) dreams of being an actor, but with both his parents dead he is being groomed to take over his grandfather's (played by Ed Lauter-basically his angry father role from "Girls Just Want to Have Fun") small landscaping company. Meanwhile, Eddie Tudor (Cole Sprouse) is a burnt out child star making his latest box-office blockbuster in a Palm Beach movie studio near Tom's house. Poor Eddie is neither happy nor particularly likable. One day Tom sneaks onto the Hollywood lot and the boys meet. You have to suspend disbelief here as they seem a bit under whelmed by the fact that they look exactly alike; the same goes for the inability of Tom's schoolmates and neighbors to notice his uncanny resemblance to a certain mega-star. The first thirty minutes of the film is pretty lame and it doesn't really start to engage you until the twins switch places.

Dylan and Cole are not exactly brimming over with acting for the camera skills and the script could use a lot of work. In fact the scene in which Cole is doing some imitations for his costar's amusement is so unintentionally bad that I actually felt embarrassed for the poor guy. And in general the weaker scenes are those involving just the twins.

But the basic premise is solid and there are some good supporting performances from Lauter, Sally Kellerman, and Vincent Spano (as Miles). You can see the ending coming but the "grass is always greener" theme is nicely showcased (insert 1987's "Overboard" here).

Kay Panabaker is featured on the promotional material but is virtually absent from the film. Buyers of the DVD will at least see more of her as she gets considerable screen time in the behind the scenes special feature.

Anyone interested in a good adaptation of Twain's book should seek out the hard-to-find three-part "Disneyland" production broadcast in March 1962 ("The Pauper King", "The Merciful Law of the King", "Long Live the Rightful King") in which Guy ("Zorro" and "Lost in Space") Williams played the Miles Hendon part. With a 150 minute running length it had time to do justice to the story.

Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.

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