Monday, June 9, 2008

Huckleberry Finn

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Another unusual choice of literary classics to adapt into book and record form was this, Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn.

Not that the story isn't a classic of course, but it lacks the kind of slam-bang action others in the series, like Robin Hood and 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, provided. But its obvious that Power Records was trying to get a wider audience with their "Literary Classics" line, and Finn is in the public domain, so...

I don't recognize the art, although the cover figure looks Carmine Infantino-ish to me, and on the insides some of it looks like the work of master illustrator Dan Speigle, especially in some of the faces. But I can't be sure.

Like yesterday's Little Women book and record set, I have not been able to find an audio track for this book anywhere, so for now just the book will have to do. If I ever come across it somewhere (or get it made myself), I'll come back and put it up here!


3 comments:

Maimone Digital said...

Does anyone have this? I'd love to hear it.

wich2 said...

Rob-

Art still smells like Continuity Associates to me...? Did Carmine moonlight for them?

Great Father's Day, to those who are same!
-Craig W.

Anonymous said...

I believe the artwork is by Jack Sparling.

Nick Caputo

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