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The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer [DVD] 
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A film adaptation of Mark Twain's timeless classic. Tom Sawyer and his friend Huckleberry Finn witness a graveyard murder, and take a blood oath never to reveal what they have seen. However, when the wrong man is accused of the crime, the boys cannot keep silent, and soon the murderer is on their trail.
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Set in the 1850s, little Tom Sawyer (played here by child actor Tommy Kelly) is a troublemaking orphan, a cheeky chappy who is always on the right side of loveable despite his naughty antics. He lives with his stern Aunt Polly (May Robson) in the small town of St. Petersburg, and spends his days skipping school and wandering along the Mississippi River with his pal Huckleberry Finn (Jackie Moran) and girlfriend Becky Thatcher (Ann Gillis). Their lives are carefree and relatively innocent, until Tom and Huck witness a murder, the boys then decide to take an oath of silence, and Tommy and Becky's adventures become matters of life and death.
A genuine masterpiece of great storytelling and Americana cinema, 'The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer' is an old-fashioned, but in so many ways timeless family film which never fails to enchant me. The story runs at a quick pace, riding high on an equal helping of charm and wit, and the acting is superb, especially from the children.
This most welcome DVD release offers a clean transfer of 'The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer'.
This DVD transfer from Fremantle Media could hardly be improved upon. It was clearly taken from a genuine Technicolor print, and heaven only knows where they found it -- true Technicolor prints of Selznick pictures (other than GONE WITH THE WIND) are mighty hard to come by. This adaptation of THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER, and THIS video transfer of it -- in both cases, accept no substitutes.
I only wish it were available here in the States (Region 1) as well. (How about it, Fremantle?)
Bought this for use with my students who have learning difficulties. They were interested in the Mark Twain reference when it came up on Google recently. I could not find anything other than this rather old film that looked like it would have any authenticity. My main worry was the language which I thought would be somewhat stilted for modern students.
I was surprised at how little this bothered them. In fact, I think it opened up a whole new window. For its age it is produced in a surprisingly good colour format (there may be a more technical way of putting that, I'm sure). The stories resonate with any group of youngsters and maybe this is what held their attention.
As a DVD for general viewing I suppose it's age is against it unless films from that era are your interest. I would be unsure of its value for less compliant students than ours but I enjoyed it !
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I sat down and watched this as I have recently started having a "film night" on Friday nights with my boys and husband. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Mox
THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYERS (1938) ENHANCED DVD COPY FROM THE OLD VHS TAPES.
THIS COPY IS IN 95% BETTER, and CLEARER COPY THAT I HAVE EVER SEEING AROUND THE INTERNET. Read more
Save time for children to read the whole book. There are too many other things children need to do or other interesting booking to read.Published 8 months ago by X Y Z
Remembered from my childhood ,Indian Joe still scary and enjoyed watching it again with my grandchildren who loved it . Read morePublished 11 months ago by MrsEAJeffery