Holmes-- Young SherlockHolmes, I'm sorry.
I always get thosetwo guys mixed up.
I'm saying tomyself why don't we
have more movies likethat in this country.
I think I figured it out.
We don't have as much literatureto draw on the same way
that the British do.
But Do have some classic piecesof literature of our own.
What I wanted to dowas find a great piece
of American literature,set it to modern day film,
using some of favorite actors.
This is what I came up with.
Here we go.
Martin Scorsese presents"Mean River-- Huckleberry Finn
the motion picture,"starring Robert
De Niro as Huckleberry Finn.
(ROBERT DE NIRO IMPRESSION)You're a very smart man, Tom.
You got all the answers.
You're not givingme the right answer.
Now , I'm goingto ask you again.
Did you touch my wife?
Save it up big, folks.
It's going to getmuch better, OK?
Save your energy.
Sylvester Stallone andArnold Schwarzenegger
as the MississippiRiver fisherman.
(SYLVESTER STALLONEIMPRESSION) Yo, Arnold.
How do you catch a bass?
(ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGERIMPRESSION) I use a very shiny
lure, which thefish cannot resist.
You know, fish isvery good for you.
It's low in body fat, andit is good for your brain.
You should try some, Sly.
And last, but not least,Al Pacino is Tom Sawyer.
(AL PACINO IMPRESSION)I'm dying over here.
We're going to get on a raft.
We're going to godown the river.
And we're not going to go tothat little red schoolhouse
anymore, becauseyou're out of order.
You're out of order!
The whole state ofMissouri's out of order.