Tom Sawyer (disambiguation)

Tom Sawyer (disambiguation)

Tom Sawyer may refer to:

Literature

Tom Sawyer is the title character of the Mark Twain novel "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (1876). For a character profile, see Tom Sawyer.
* "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (1876).
* "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" (1884).
* "Tom Sawyer Abroad" (1894).
* "Tom Sawyer, Detective" (1896).

Adaptations of the character by other authors

* "Tom Sawyer, Avenger" (2000) by T. W. Fuller.

Film

* "Tom Sawyer" (1907 film), a 1907 silent film produced by Kalem Studios
* "Tom Sawyer" (1917 film), a 1917 silent film produced by Paramount Pictures, starring Jack Pickford.
* "Tom Sawyer" (1930 film), a 1930 film starring Jackie Coogan as Tom
* "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (1938 film), a 1938 film featuring Walter Brennan in a major supporting role as Muff Potter
* "Tom Sawyer" (1947 film), a Soviet Union version, directed by Lazar Frenkel and Gleb Zatvornitsky
* "Tom Sawyer" (1973 film), a 1973 musical film in which Jodie Foster appeared
* "Tom Sawyer" (1973 TV film), a 1973 made for TV film in which Buddy Ebsen appeared
* "Tom Sawyer" (1984 film), a Canadian claymation version produced by Hal Roach studios
* "Tom and Huck", a 1995 film starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro
* "Tom Sawyer" (2000 film), an animated film that featured anthropomorphic animal characters

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*"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (musical), a 2001 Broadway musical written by Ken Ludwig and composed by Don Schlitz
*"Tom Sawyer", an American Legend with Music
*"Adventures of Tom Sawyer", an American Legend brought to life
*"Paintin' the Fence", a Tom Sawyer mini musical

Music

*"Tom Sawyer" (song), a song by the Canadian band Rush
*A cover from the original Tom Sawyer song, made by the New York band Mindless Self Indulgence.
*A song by the Udmurt singer [http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9D%D0%B0%D1%81%D1%82%D1%8F_%D0%9F%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B0 Nastya Poleva] from her 1989 album Noa-Noa. Since the song is in Russian, its name in Latin characters is generally written "Tom Sojer" or "Tom Soer".

People

*Tom Sawyer, Baron Sawyer (born 1943), a British politician and trade unionist
*Thomas C. Sawyer (born 1945), a Democratic U.S. Congressman from Ohio from 1987 to 2003
*Tom Sawyer (Kansas politician) (born 1958), a politician
*Tom Sawyer (TV writer), a writer for various TV series, including "Murder She Wrote"
*Tom Sawyer (rapcore), a member of rapcore group Critical Bill

Geography

*Tom Sawyer Island, part of Frontierland in the Disneyland park in Anaheim, California
*"Tom" Sawyer State Park, a state park in Jefferson County, Kentucky

Computer Games

*"Square's Tom Sawyer", a 1989 Japanese role-playing game designed by Square for the Nintendo Famicom
*"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (video game), a 1989 platform game for the Nintendo Entertainment System

Other uses

*"Tom Sawyer no Boken", a 1980 cartoon by Nippon Animation Co, Meisaku and WMT
* Tom Sawyer, a character in the 2003 film "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen"


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