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Pudd'nhead Wilson [DVD] [1987]


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    Pudd'nhead Wilson
    Pudd'nhead Wilson, Mark Twain's attack on racial prejudice in the guise of a mystery tale, was adapted for television in 1984 by Philip Reisman Jr. Ken Howard plays lawyer "Pudd'nhead" Wilson, so named because of his silly behavior and foolish appearance. Wilson, however, has a lot more on the ball than anyone suspects. He proves as much by unraveling a murder case that begins taking shape when mulatto slave Roxane (Lisa Hilboldt) switches her baby with one belonging to a prominent white family. Filmed on location at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, Pudd'nhead Wilson premiered January 24, 1984, on PBS television's American Playhouse. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

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      Lise Hilboldt - Roxy
    • Ken Howard
      Ken Howard - Pudd'nhead Wilson
    • Dick Latessa
      Dick Latessa - Creech
    • Tom Aldredge
      Tom Aldredge - Judge Driscoll
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      Scotty Bloch - Mrs. Driscoll

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