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Rated NR · 52 minutes · 1998

Documentary

Sony Classics' latest adventure in 3D takes us back in time to experience our amazing country through the eyes of one of America's favorite sons, legendary author and humorist Mark Twain. Cruise the Mississippi River on a majestic steamboat, relive dramatic civil war battles, learn about life in the wild west, and share in the antics of a young Mark Twain growing up in the early 1800's.

Director: Stephen Low
Writer: Alex Low and Stephen Low
Producer: Mitchell Cannold and Isaac Palmer
Cast: Anne Bancroft

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