History Literature / ThePrinceAndThePauper

15th May '18 7:48:02 PM t209
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* UnbuiltTrope: Despite the PrinceAndPauper trope being (over) used in future works, both the "Prince" and the "Pauper actually try to tell the truth about themselves after mistakenly assumed due to having switched their clothes for amusement by the time they were separated.
28th Mar '18 11:58:32 PM Estvyk
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The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred twin brothers Billy and Bobby Mauch with Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1977 British version, renamed ''Crossed Swords'' in the United States, starred Mark Lester in a dual role with Creator/OliverReed as Miles Hendon and Creator/CharltonHeston as Henry VIII. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.

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The book was has been adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred twin brothers Billy and Bobby Mauch with Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1977 British version, renamed ''Crossed Swords'' in the United States, starred Mark Lester in a dual role with Creator/OliverReed as Miles Hendon and Creator/CharltonHeston as Henry VIII. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.
28th Mar '18 11:57:41 PM Estvyk
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 Creator/MarkTwain HistoricalFiction novel about a StreetUrchin named Tom Canty and Prince Edward VI of England, son of [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheEighth King Henry VIII]], switching places. Tom has always dreamed of a better life, and the Prince is fascinated by Tom's lifestyle. When they exchange clothes just for fun, they accidentally end up mistaken for each other, and the boys become forced into each other's everyday situation. Tom has matters of national importance to attend to and has a hard time adjusting to court life, and Prince Edward finds out just how hard an urchin's life is.

The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred twin brothers Billy and Bobby Mauch with Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1971 British version, renamed ''Crossed Swords'' in the United States, starred Mark Lester in a dual role with Creator/OliverReed as Miles Hendon and Creator/CharltonHeston as Henry VIII. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.

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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 Creator/MarkTwain HistoricalFiction novel about a StreetUrchin named Tom Canty and Prince Edward VI of England, son of [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheEighth [[UsefulNotes/HenryVIII King Henry VIII]], switching places. Tom has always dreamed of a better life, and the Prince is fascinated by Tom's lifestyle. When they exchange clothes just for fun, they accidentally end up mistaken for each other, and the boys become forced into each other's everyday situation. Tom has matters of national importance to attend to and has a hard time adjusting to court life, and Prince Edward finds out just how hard an urchin's life is.

The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred twin brothers Billy and Bobby Mauch with Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1971 1977 British version, renamed ''Crossed Swords'' in the United States, starred Mark Lester in a dual role with Creator/OliverReed as Miles Hendon and Creator/CharltonHeston as Henry VIII. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.
28th Mar '18 11:55:31 PM Estvyk
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 Creator/MarkTwain HistoricalFiction novel about a StreetUrchin named Tom Canty and Prince Edward VI of England switching places. Tom has always dreamed of a better life, and the Prince is fascinated by Tom's lifestyle. When they exchange clothes just for fun, they accidentally end up mistaken for each other, and the boys become forced into each other's everyday situation. Tom has matters of national importance to attend to and has a hard time adjusting to court life, and Prince Edward finds out just how hard an urchin's life is.

The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.

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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 Creator/MarkTwain HistoricalFiction novel about a StreetUrchin named Tom Canty and Prince Edward VI of England England, son of [[UsefulNotes/HenryTheEighth King Henry VIII]], switching places. Tom has always dreamed of a better life, and the Prince is fascinated by Tom's lifestyle. When they exchange clothes just for fun, they accidentally end up mistaken for each other, and the boys become forced into each other's everyday situation. Tom has matters of national importance to attend to and has a hard time adjusting to court life, and Prince Edward finds out just how hard an urchin's life is.

The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred twin brothers Billy and Bobby Mauch with Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1971 British version, renamed ''Crossed Swords'' in the United States, starred Mark Lester in a dual role with Creator/OliverReed as Miles Hendon and Creator/CharltonHeston as Henry VIII. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities, pauper, but one of them is captured by the captain of the guards, Disney/{{Pete}}, along with Disney/DonaldDuck (just before Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars twins Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.
28th Mar '18 11:42:34 PM Estvyk
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The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 film adaptation starred Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars ''Disney/MickeyMouse'' (in his dual role) as both the prince and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities but one of them was captured by the captain of the guards, ''Disney/{{Pete}}'', along with ''Disney/DonaldDuck'' (just before ''Disney/{{Goofy}}'' rescues them). A 2004 version had Barbie (in her dual role) as the princess and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated version stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's The Suite Life of Zack & Cody) alongside Kay Panabaker (Fame) as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on Disney Channel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.

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The book was adapted to film many times. A 1937 black and white film adaptation starred Creator/ErrolFlynn as Miles Hendon and Creator/ClaudeRains as the villainous Earl of Hartford. A 1990 animated cartoon short of the same name stars ''Disney/MickeyMouse'' (in his dual role) Disney/MickeyMouse as both the prince and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities identities, but one of them was is captured by the captain of the guards, ''Disney/{{Pete}}'', Disney/{{Pete}}, along with ''Disney/DonaldDuck'' Disney/DonaldDuck (just before ''Disney/{{Goofy}}'' Disney/{{Goofy}} rescues them). A 2004 animated movie version had Barbie (in her dual role) Toy/{{Barbie}} as the princess and the pauper who exchange clothes and swap identities (the 2004 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/{{Universal}} DVD re-issue is still available). A 2007 updated live-action version stars Dylan and Cole Sprouse (TV's The Suite Life of Zack & Cody) ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'') alongside Kay Panabaker (Fame) (''Fame'') as their ultra cute versions of Tom Canty and Prince Edward. A most recent version had Ross Lynch and Maia Mitchell who accidentally switch places with Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps, hence the official name of ''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on Disney Channel, the Creator/DisneyChannel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.
3rd Nov '17 8:14:36 AM KingLyger
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* CassandraTruth: Both Tom and Edward realize they've made a huge mistake after just a short time of living each other's life, but no one believes them, thinking them to be either insane or under a huge amount of stress.



* GoneHorriblyRight: Tom and Edward's dreams of living each others' lives for a short time.

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* GoneHorriblyRight: Tom and Edward's dreams of living each others' lives for a short time. They get the opportunity, albeit seeing that each other side of the fence has its own drawbacks.



* KingIncognito: Through no fault of his own, but Edward ends up in the role of a street urchin.

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* KingIncognito: Through no fault of his own, but Edward ends up in the role of a street urchin.urchin, assuming it will be entertaining. Reality proceeds to assure him that it's not fun at all.
2nd Jun '17 8:26:04 AM JamesAustin
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* AdaptationalVillainy: After the prince is born, Henry cruelly tells UsefulNotes/JaneSeymour she no longer has any reason to exist. Say what you will of UsefulNotes/HenryVIII, it's known that he absolutely adored his third wife.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: After the prince is born, Henry cruelly tells UsefulNotes/JaneSeymour UsefulNotes/JaneSeymourRoyalty she no longer has any reason to exist. Say what you will of UsefulNotes/HenryVIII, it's known that he absolutely adored his third wife.
11th May '17 9:35:54 PM LBHills
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[[caption-width-right:285:Left: Edward VI of England. Right: Tom Canty. [[IdenticalStranger We think...]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:285:Left: Edward VI of England. Right: Tom Canty. [[IdenticalStranger We think...]]]]
Or, uh, maybe vice versa?]]]]
11th May '17 9:34:22 PM LBHills
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* HaveAGayOldTime: The text uses "ejaculated" and "orgies" often.
* HiddenPurposeTest: Tom conducts one using ReversePsychology to prove an alleged witch and her daughter innocent.

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* HaveAGayOldTime: The text uses "ejaculated" 'ejaculated' (in the sense of 'exclaimed') and "orgies" 'orgies' (in the sense of 'drunken debauchery') often.
* HiddenPurposeTest: Tom conducts one using ReversePsychology to prove an alleged witch and her daughter innocent. Not that he thought it through: he just thought seeing a genuine witch cast a spell would be neat.
3rd May '17 12:41:37 PM KingLyger
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[[caption-width-right:285:Left: Edward VI of England. Right: Tom Canty. [[UnreliableNarrator I think...]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:285:Left: Edward VI of England. Right: Tom Canty. [[UnreliableNarrator I [[IdenticalStranger We think...]]]]
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