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A musical version of one of America's most beloved stories. Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn investigate a suspicious graveyard murder and find themselves in hot water with the sinister Indian Joe in this adaptation of Mark Twain's classic novel.
A gem from it's time!
I saw this one in the theater when it was released and still love it! This is the perfect example of a "Classic Family Movie". The harshest word you hear is "damn". The performances are wonderful to watch from the entire cast (Jodie Foster may be the weakest of them all, but just my opinion), the music fits beautifully (thanks to the Sherman brothers) and the settings make me feel the era. An enjoyable way to spend a Saturday afternoon. And to the reviewer who commented on Celeste Holm's "attempt" to sing - check her resume, my friend. Everyone who knows her work (see "High Society" or the 1965 version of "Cinderella", or just listen to the Original Broadway Cast recording of "Oklahoma!") knows she CAN!
- Feb 6, 2007
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