Huckleberry Finn (1975 film)

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Huckleberry Finn
Genre Adventure
Written by Mark Twain (novel)
Jean Holloway
Directed by Robert Totten
Starring Ron Howard
Donny Most
Royal Dano
Antonio Fargas
Theme music composer Earl Robinson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Steven North
Cinematography Andrew Jackson
Editor(s) Diane Adler
Marsh Hendry
Running time 78 minutes
Distributor ABC Circle Films
Original network ABC
Original release March 25, 1975

Huckleberry Finn is a 1975 American television film adaptation of Mark Twain's famous boyhood novel, Huckleberry Finn. The film stars Ron Howard as the eponymous lead.


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The film was shot in Missouri, in Arrow Rock, Lupus, and for exteriors, Colusa County, California.[1]


The film won a 1976 Primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Children's Special", tying with You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown.

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