The adventures of Huck Finn / a Walt Disney Pictures presentation ; directed, written by Stephen Sommers ; produced by Laurence Mark - California Disney Enterprises, Inc. [1993?] - 108 min.; color.

Historically divided by race and culture, two unlikely friends, freewheeling Huck Finn and a slave named Jim, set out on the most extraordinary journey of their lives, rafting down the Mississippi River. Along the way, Jim slowly teaches Huck that regardless of popular belief, all people are fundamentally the same and deserve respect. At a moral crossroads, because he’s been taught that a slave is less that human and must forever remain in bondage, Huck makes the right decision to help his best friend become a free man. However, they soon fall into the clutches of two riverfront rogues: The Duke and The King, who threaten to sell Jim back into slavery. Huck and Jim find the strength and courage to do what their hearts tell them is right.

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VIDEODISC.
VIDEODISC--LITERATURE.
FINN, HUCKLEBERRY (FICTITIOUS CHARACTER)--FICTION.
FUGITIVE SLAVES--UNITED STATES--DRAMA.
MISSISSIPPI RIVER--FICTION.
BOYS--TRAVEL--MISSISSIPPI RIVER--FICTION.

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