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Most of us have dreamed of running away - but for the characters in this 19th-century tale, adapted from Mark Twain's classic novel, the concepts of freedom and escape have a huge significance. Huck is an outcast white boy who flees his unhappy home and sets off down the Mississippi River, accompanied by a fugitive black slave. With its message about equality and justice accompanied by humour and adventure, this is a story that has entranced audiences for generations - just as it will no doubt continue to.
When plucky young depression-era girl Natty's father is forced to leave her to work on the other side of the country, she is determined to find him.
7–16 years 97 mins
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