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LOS ANGELES, April 7, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Oak Film's family-friendly feature film, "The Prince and the Pauper," starring top teen actors Dylan and Cole Sprouse, is available on DVD in retail, rental and on-line markets throughout the US and internationally.
His last film was a lavish remake of The Prince And The Pauper in 1977.
Then the phone rang with an offer of a part in a remake of The Prince And The Pauper - which starred Flynn 40 years earlier.
The name itself, coupled with what I knew about British aristocracy, mainly from The Prince and the Pauper, gradually blossomed to rather complicated names such as "Her Excellency Lady Manchester of Derbyshire, the First Daughter of Sir Blah of Blah.
But as the narcissistic adolescent emperor Kuzcco (David Spade) learns in this lightly comic mix of The Prince and the Pauper and The Shaggy Dog, growing up into a real emperor usually means you need to mend your ways--and show some sympathy for the common folk who do most of the heavy lifting in your kingdom.
Other titles published under Classics Illustrated include The Odyssey, Tom Sawyer, Moby Dick, Romeo and Juliet, A Tale Of Two Cities, Jane Eyre, Hamlet, Crime and Punishment, The Prince and The Pauper, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Huckleberry Finn and Great Expectations.
The Prince and the Pauper," a modern version of the famous Mark Twain story, is a family friendly feature, filmed in West Palm Beach using fast cars, boats, airplanes and helicopters.
It led to her being cast in the BBC film The Prince and the Pauper.