Mark Twain's classic story of the mischievous but goodhearted Tom Sawyer and his adventures along the Mississippi.
Film adaptation of Mark Twain's story of a young boy and a runaway slave on a river trip down the Mississippi.
A tramp abroad (1880) is based on Twain's travels in Europe from April 1878 to August 1879, blending autobiography and fiction. Presented with the author's original sketches, Twain provides a humorous travelogue with com...
In this graphic retelling, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn witness a murder, run away from home, and find a treasure in nineteenth-century Missouri.
Based on the classic novel "The adventures of Tom Sawyer" comes the newest adaptation of this timeless tale. Tom Sawyer has nothing but pranks and mischief on his mind, but luckily his fearless friend Huck Finn loves adv...
Hal Holbrook's one-man show of selections from Mark Twain, captures Twain's flamboyant humor and irreverence.
The adventures of Tom Sawyer: Tom and his friend Huckleberry Finn are always getting into trouble, but when they witness a murder, they take a vow of silence and head down river on a raft. The whole town thinks they're d...
Young Sam Clemens travels out west with his brother on a journey filled with games, storms, and gold rush disasters.