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1962 Review of the Prince and the Pauper from TV Guide
Originally donated by Joanne Slappo.

Review from TV Guide -- 10 March 1962
Walt Disney Turns To Mark Twain -- The Prince and the Pauper

An old classic is refurbished to provide a television adventure in three parts.

When a prince changes places with a pauper and is mauled by the pauper’s drunken father and a gang of roughnecks, and when the pauper, pretending he’s the prince, gets mixed up in court intrigues—it’s bound to take quite a while to unravel the mixed identities. Walt Disney decided it would take three hours of his "Wonderful World of Color," so his version of Mark Twain’s "The Prince and the Pauper" will be telecast in three parts, starting this Sunday, March 11. Guy Williams, who knows how to use a sword (he played TV’s Zorro), will be skewering blackguards again, as soldier of fortune Miles Hendon.

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