If you love Mark Twain--not just what he wrote, but his personality, his voice, his playful banter, his charm and his sense of humour--then this DVD is something you must have. Hal Holbrook brings Mark Twain to life "on stage before a live studio audience" with a faithful rendering of Twain, himself. He tells stories, makes jokes, preaches (kinda') and presents a portion of the novel, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," during which, Hal Holbrook does Mark Twain does Huckleberry Finn does Pap, the Widow Douglas and Aunt Polly. Sheer, unadulterated brilliance, and I promise you . . . you'll forget that it's not Mark Twain on that TV of yours. You owe it to yourself to own this DVD. Tell'm A. J. sent you.