Tom Sawyer is a big troublemaker. When he’s not tricking others into doing his work, he’s upsetting his Aunt Polly, or wooing his young love, Becky. But sometimes Tom’s mischief gets him in over his head. The movie features most of the sequences familiar to readers of the book, including the fence-whitewashing episode; a wild raft ride down the Mississippi River; Tom and Huckleberry Finn’s attendance at their own funeral, after the boys, who were enjoying an adventure on a remote island, are presumed dead; the murder trial of local drunkard Muff Potter; and Tom and Becky Thatcher’s flight through a cave as they try to escape from Injun Joe, who is revealed to be the real killer. This wonderful American family classics was produced by David O. Selznick, directed by Norman Taurog and follows the Mark Twain book faithfully. Enjoy this classic again, before it’s lost forever. 1938 – 91 Minutes, COLOR. Produced in the USA. Interactive menu and art exactly as pictured. REGION FREE. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was the fourth film adaptation of the Twain novel, following versions released in 1907, 1917, and 1930, and this is the first filmed in Technicolor. Starring Tom Kelly, May Robson and Walter Brennan.