History Literature / ThePrinceAndThePauper

30th Aug '16 11:12:14 AM jameygamer
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The book was adapted to film many times. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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 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). The cartoon short was released as a [[WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMiniClassics Walt Disney Mini Classic Classic]] in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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.
6th Jun '16 10:48:18 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* BarefootPoverty: Tom has no shoes, but his feet have long since hardened on the streets of London. Edward, in his place, soon finds his soft feet bleeding.
18th Apr '16 9:06:24 AM Aquila89
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'''''The Prince and the Pauper''''' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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 Prince and the Pauper''''' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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.
30th Jan '16 7:36:00 PM WeirdKev27
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'''''The Prince and the Pauper''''' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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 Prince and the Pauper''''' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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'', ''Disney/{{Pete}}'', along with ''Disney/DonaldDuck'' (just before ''Disney/{{Goofy}}'' rescues them). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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.
1st Dec '15 5:13:33 PM PurrElise
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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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23rd Oct '15 10:00:23 AM dustyroxybethany56
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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''.

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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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'' ''Disney/{{Goofy}}'' rescues them). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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''.
''Film/TeenBeachMovie'', shown on Disney Channel, as a beach-side adaption of the classic story.
23rd Oct '15 9:58:52 AM dustyroxybethany56
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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.

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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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 Creator/{{Lionsgate}} DVD release is long out of print but the 2010 Creator/Universal 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.
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''.
23rd Oct '15 9:56:31 AM dustyroxybethany56
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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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.

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''The Prince and the Pauper'' is an 1882 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. They exchange clothes and swap identities, and the boys each find perks and struggles to each of the other's lives. 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. \n 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). The cartoon short was released as a Walt Disney Mini Classic in 1991 on VHS by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo (and recently re-released on DVD). 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.
24th Aug '15 5:16:40 PM Teakay
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* DeadlyDistantFinale / ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:As mentioned in the epilogue, the real Edward VI died at the age of fifteen]].

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* DeadlyDistantFinale / ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:As mentioned in the epilogue, the real Edward VI died at the age of fifteen]].fifteen. Oh, and cute little Jane Grey was decapitated shortly afterward]].
9th Aug '15 11:44:50 PM Fireblood
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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Edward
* StreetUrchin: Tom

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Edward
Edward.
* StreetUrchin: TomTom.
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