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Huckleberry Finn

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Huckleberry Finn
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Character Information
Male ♂
Fictional deceased
Hair: Brown/Red
First appearance: "The Boy Who Knew Too Much"
Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright

Huckleberry Finn (also called "Huck" for short) was a young boy in the 19-century USA.


The singing railroad hobo told a story about Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. Huck and Tom were told to paint a fence, but they managed to bully the other children into doing it for them. Meanwhile, Huck and Becky Thatcher ended up holding hands, which caused Becky's father Judge Thatcher to force them to marry each other. During the wedding, Huck got a pig to replace him as he and Tom Sawyer escaped down the Mississippi River. Huck and Tom then both became wanted criminals.

After the pair escaped to Missoura, they visited a local shop for supplies. After leaving the shop, they fond out they were wanted. The townspeople then found them and chased them down the river once more.Huck and Tom tried to escape on a boat but were discovered and captured as they fell into the river. They were then taken back to town where they were executed for their crimes before being lowered into coffins.[1]

Huck also appeared in a daydream Bart had. Bart and Huck were floating downriver on a raft, and Bart said that it was "what being a kid [was] all about", when Abraham Lincoln appeared. Bart asked Huck what Lincoln was doing there, and Huck replied, "I dunno. It's your fantasy."[2]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

As Lisa points out before the story begins, the story of Tom and Huck and the townspeople isn't an actual tall tale, but a story that the hobo tells based on Mark Twain's story about The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.



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