Mark Twain brings you an unforgettable story set during the reign of the notorious English King, Henry the VIII. Two boys are born on the same day—one is a poor beggar (Tom Canty) and the other is a prince (Edward Tudor), the son and heir of King Henry the VIII.
The lads meet by pure chance and are so surprised by their identical looks, that they swap clothes and identities for a while to experience how the other lives his life. With the different roles they find themselves in: one in the gutters of London and one in the royal palace, the boys encounter adventure, excitement and many challenges.
The Prince and the Pauper is a timeless story, one that will be enjoyed by children as well as adults.