Tom and Huck


1h 33m 1995

Brief Synopsis

A lot of guys go looking for adventure. For Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, adventure finds them at every turn. Town mischief-maker Tom, and his pal Huck, are in for the time of their lives as they team up to steal a pirate's treasure map in order to save an innocent man from being wrongly convicted of a

Film Details

Also Known As
Tom & Huck, Tom et Huck
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1995
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Huntsville, Alabama, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

A lot of guys go looking for adventure. For Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, adventure finds them at every turn. Town mischief-maker Tom, and his pal Huck, are in for the time of their lives as they team up to steal a pirate's treasure map in order to save an innocent man from being wrongly convicted of a crime. However, the map they seek is in Injun Joe's pocket. Now the incorrigible duo from Hannibal, Missouri must find a way to steal his map without being caught. But that's the least of their problems. As witnesses to a heinous crime, Tom and Huck are forced to run away from home. Presumed by the entire town to be lost in the Mighty Mississippi, they must decide whether to come forward and tell the truth, and risk certain retribution from the real perpetrator, Injun Joe, or keep quiet and let an innocent man be convicted. Faced with the most important decision of their lives, Tom and Huck must find the strength and courage to do what their hearts tell them is right.

Crew

Michael B Adams

Grip

Brian Albushies

Other

Rick Alexander

Rerecording

Petra Alexandria

Assistant

Christine Altomari

Production Coordinator

Walter Anderson

Sound Mixer

Michael Nathan Arbogast

Special Effects Coordinator

Faye Axford

Location Scout

John Baldecchi

Producer

Jill Balloun

Camera

Gary Bannister

On-Set Dresser

Bobby Bednar

Construction Coordinator

Barry Bernardi

Executive Producer

Dean C Black

Transportation Captain

Sarah Black

Electrician

Chris Blackwood

Stunts

Randall Blackwood

Location Scout

Mike Blakeley

Special Thanks To

Kip Bogdahn

Electrician

Daniel Bradford

Set Designer

Susan Bradley

Titles

Ellen Brill

Set Decorator

Sean Broughton

Art Department

Hailey Beailey Brown

Assistant

Bobby Bukowski

Director Of Photography

Betty Burkhart

Assistant Sound Editor

Fausto Caceres

Visual Effects

Casey Campbell

Electrician

Will Cascio

Stunts

Sammy Cautchen

Animal Trainer

Bonnie Chaney

Accounting Assistant

Emile Charlap

Other

Sylvie Chesneau

Script Supervisor

David Q Combs

Other

Christopher Crescitelli

Assistant Production Coordinator

Stephen Crowley

Rigging Gaffer

James M Crumley

Production Assistant

Shirley Fulton Crumley

Casting

Keith P. Cunningham

Assistant Art Director

Kelly Curry

Best Boy

Michael Dhonau

Electrician

Joanie Diener

Music Editor

Lisa Diquollo

Assistant

Dragon Diversified

Other

Jon Dragon

Other

Howard Ellis

Assistant Director

Howard Ellis

Associate Producer

Stephen Endelman

Music Conductor

Stephen Endelman

Music

Eddie Evans

Key Grip

Alyce Fahsholtz

Production Assistant

Ross Taylor Fanger

Unit Production Manager

Michael Fedack

Dolly Grip

Jenny Fitzgibbons

Production Accountant

Edward Flotard

Driver

Edward Flotard

Transportation Coordinator

Marie France

Costume Designer

Matt Frazier

Video Assist/Playback

David Freeman

Editor

Brad Gerstner

Production Assistant

Jason K Goodowens

Grip

Jay Gurley

Special Thanks To

Tom Hammond

Foley Editor

Rusty Hansen

Stunts

Zandra Harding

Costumes

Jo Harland

Assistant Editor

Wayne Heitman

Rerecording

Maxine Heywood

Costumes

Tommy Horn

On-Set Dresser

Jim Houk

Grip

Kevin Howe

Assistant Director

Darryl Humber

Grip

Gemma Jackson

Production Designer

Robin Jacobs

Hair Assistant

Ivan Johnson

Sound Dubbing

Doc Kane

Adr Mixer

Todd Kasow

Music Editor

Dave Kelsey

Scenic Artist

Thomas Kittle

Special Effects Foreman

Sonny Kompanek

Music Arranger

John Kwiatkowski

Dialogue Editor

Harriette Landau

Makeup Artist

Michael Latino

Assistant Camera Operator

Mike Leon

Location Manager

Deidre Leonard

Apprentice

Gail Levin

Casting

Clint Lilley

Stunts

Juddson Keith Linn

Stunts

Frank Long

Assistant Sound Editor

David Loughery

Screenplay

Brenda Maben

Costume Supervisor

Patty Malkin

Costumes

Jon Mallard

Production Assistant

Laurence Mark

Producer

Frank Masi

Photography

Mato

Color Timer

Jim Mcconkey

Camera Operator

Mary Mccusker

Advisor

Kim Mcdonald

Construction Coordinator

Michael H Mcgaughy

Stunts

David Mcrell

Assistant Sound Editor

Tony Medina

Foreman

Drew Meyers

On-Set Dresser

Theresa Repola Mohammed

Negative Cutting

Megan Moran

Assistant

Denise Murray

Assistant Editor

James Nichols

Other

Vicky Phillips

Hair Stylist

Theo Pingarelli

Assistant Camera Operator

Larry Pitman

Sound Dubbing

Stephanie Ponder

Assistant Property Master

Bobby Porter

Stunts

Donna Premick

Prosthetic Makeup

Charles W Ritter

Dialogue Editor

Benjamin Rivera

Driver

Michael Rizzo

Art Director

Steve Robison

Driver

Pamela Ross

Production Assistant

Joan Rowe

Foley

Sean Rowe

Foley

Scott N Satterfield

Best Boy Grip

Eric L Schmidt

Gaffer

John Schoenfelt

Production Assistant

Ben R Scott

Stunt Coordinator

Robin Sherwood

Stunts

Rossana Shokrian

Music

Stephen Sommers

Executive Producer

Stephen Sommers

Screenplay

Richard Sortomme

Other

Octavia Spencer

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Timothy Stone

Assistant Location Manager

Gail Tangeros

Production Assistant

Ben Taunton

Researcher

Tricia Tomey

Casting

Todd Toon

Editor

Mark Twain

Source Material (From Novel)

Randy Vandegrift

Adr Supervisor

Keith Walters

Property Master

Scott Weber

Foley Mixer

Scott Winslow

Electrician

Aaron I Yamamoto

Assistant Editor

Glenn Young

Boom Operator

Film Details

Also Known As
Tom & Huck, Tom et Huck
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1995
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Distribution
Location
Huntsville, Alabama, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 22, 1995

Released in United States on Video April 30, 1996

Mark Twain classic novel has been the basis for at least seven films, including: "Tom Sawyer" (USA/1917) and "Huck and Tom" (USA/1918), both directed by William Desmond Taylor; "Tom Sawyer" (USA/1930), directed by John Cromwell; "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" (USA/1938), directed by Norman Taurog; "Tom Sawyer" (USA/1973), directed by Don Taylor; and "An American Summer" (USA/1991), directed by James Slocum.

Completed shooting June 28, 1995.

Began shooting April 18, 1995.

Released in United States Winter December 22, 1995

Released in United States on Video April 30, 1996