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Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:24:50 -0500
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Bob (if I may),

        I do know these versions and have seen Life on the Mississippi
(videocassette) in our town library; and I have rented The Mysterious
Stranger (videocassette) several times--once for myself, once for my
class, and once for my three little girls.  I like the film, as you can
see.  So do the girls.  It emphasizes the magical moments of the book
and presents quite a playful stranger--though he is not as marvelous as
No. 44 in Twain's final version. But you were not asking for a


                The videos are available.