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Mark Twain, a film co-produced by Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan, aired on PBS January 14th and 15th of 2002. Presently, PBS is offering the general public the opportunity to go behind the scenes at Florentine Films and learn about the making of the movie. Internet users can meet the co-producers and find out what they have say about Twain, as well as follow the steps of the filmmaking process. In addition, users have the opportunity to view a scrapbook that offers some of Twain's writings and collected artifacts. The site also contains classroom activities, selected writings, a chronology of Twain's life, and links to other related sites. Aspiring film producers, history and literature teachers, and Mark Twain enthusiasts may find this site quite valuable.
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