Prince and The Pauper – animated

Theatrical Release: May 20, 1998
DVD Release: May 20, 1998
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Synopsis

Mistaken identities make for uproariou adventure as a poor beggar boy trades places with the royal heir to the throne in this magical, musical animated verson of the timeless classic, “The Prince and the Pauper!”
While begging for alms near the royal palace on day, young ragamuffin Tom and the Prince of Wales come face to face – and realize to their amazement that their faces are absolutely , indisputably identical. Deciding to have a little look-alike fun, the boys swap clothes… and indentities. But when the masquerade works a bit to well, the real prince is thrown out of the palace and an astonished Tom suddenly finds himself about to be made monarch of the realm! Now, with the help of some clever palace courtiers including a talking pen,a comical crown and pair of wisecracking slippers, Tom must track down the missing prince before the kingdon crowns the wrong kid king. Fully animated and brimming with comical characters and marvelous original songs, it’s an colorful, comical adaption of this best-loved tale.

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Company: Sony Wonder
Director: Diane Eskenazi
Genre: Children