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[[File:ImagesCAQC78UR.jpg|thumb|250px]]'''Mark Twain''' (November 30, [[Pre-1922#1835|1835]] - April 21, [[Pre-1922#1910|1910]]) was an American author and humorist best know for his books ''The Adventures of Tom Sawyer'' and ''The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'' which both of them were adapted into films such as ''[[Tom and Huck]]'', ''The Prince and the Pauper'' (adapted into the [[1990]] [[Mickey Mouse]] short by the same name) and ''A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'' (adapted into ''[[Unidentified Flying Oddball]]'' and ''[[A Kid in King Arthur's Court]]'').
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[[File:ImagesCAQC78UR.jpg|thumb|250px]]'''Mark Twain''' (November 30, [[Pre-1922#1835|1835]] - April 21, [[Pre-1922#1910|1910]]) was an American author and humorist best know for his books ''The Adventures of Tom Sawyer'' and ''The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'' which both of them were adapted into films such as ''[[Tom and Huck]]'', ''The Prince and the Pauper'' (adapted into the [[1990]] [[Mickey Mouse]] short by the same name) and ''A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'' (adapted into ''[[Unidentified Flying Oddball]]'' and ''[[A Kid in King Arthur's Court]]''). The [[Mark Twain Riverboat]] was also named after him
 
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Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 - April 21, 1910) was an American author and humorist best know for his books The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn which both of them were adapted into films such as Tom and Huck, The Prince and the Pauper (adapted into the 1990 Mickey Mouse short by the same name) and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (adapted into Unidentified Flying Oddball and A Kid in King Arthur's Court). The Mark Twain Riverboat was also named after him
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