The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a 1960 American film directed by Michael Curtiz. Based on the famous Mark Twain novel of the same name, it was the third sound film version of the story and the second filmed by MGM. The film was the first adaptation of Huckleberry Finn to be filmed in Cinemascope and Technicolor. It starred Eddie Hodges as Huck and former boxer Archie Moore as the runaway slave, Jim. Tony Randall also appeared in the film (and got top billing), and Buster Keaton had a bit role in what proved to be his final film for his old studio, MGM. Neville Brand portrayed Huck's alcoholic father, Pap Finn.