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Tom Sawyer (14-Mar-1973)

Director: Don Taylor

Writers: Robert B. Sherman; Richard M. Sherman

From novel: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

Music and Lyrics by: Richard M. Sherman; Robert B. Sherman

Producer: Arthur P. Jacobs

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Eastham
Actor
22-Jun-1916 10-Jul-2005 Not with My Wife, You Don't!
Jodie Foster
Actor
19-Nov-1962   The Silence of the Lambs
Celeste Holm
Actor
29-Apr-1917 15-Jul-2012 Gentleman's Agreement
Henry Jones
Actor
1-Aug-1912 17-May-1999 The Bad Seed
Warren Oates
Actor
5-Jul-1928 3-Apr-1982 Two-Lane Blacktop
Dub Taylor
Actor
26-Feb-1907 3-Oct-1994 Bonnie and Clyde
Johnny Whitaker
Actor
13-Dec-1959   Jody on Family Affair

CAST

Johnny Whitaker   ...   Tom Sawyer
Celeste Holm   ...   Aunt Polly
Warren Oates   ...   Muff Potter
Jeff East   ...   Huckleberry Finn
Jodie Foster   ...   Becky Thatcher
Co-Starring
Lucille Benson   ...   Widder Douglas
Henry Jones   ...   Mr. Dobbins
Noah Keen   ...   Judge Thatcher
Dub Taylor   ...   Clayton
Richard Eastham   ...   Doc Robinson
Sandy Kenyon   ...   Constable Clemmens
Joshua Hill Lewis   ...   Cousin Sidney
Susan Joyce   ...   Cousin Mary
with
Steve Hogg   ...   Ben Rogers
Sean Summers   ...   Billy Fisher
Kevin Jefferson   ...   Joe Jefferson
Page Williams   ...   Saloon Girl
James A. Kuhn   ...   Blacksmith
Mark Lynch   ...   Prosecuting Attorney
Jonathan Taylor   ...   Small Boy
Anne Voss   ...   Girl
and
Kunu Hank   ...   Injun Joe

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