Huckleberry Finn

United States, 1975

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Mark Twain’s immortal classic “Huckleberry Finn” is vividly portrayed in this adventurous account of a boy living on the shores of the Mississippi River. The wild adventures begin when Huck Finn and Jim join forces and set off on a raft down the treacherous Mississippi River, where they risk life and limb in dangerous and breathtaking encounters with slave hunters, con artists and robbers. Stars Ron Howard and Donny Most. Rated: G

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