Tom Sawyer (1973)

Tom's Testimony

Tom (Johnny Whitaker) testifies against Injun Joe (Henry O’Brien) to his own peril.

Directed by Don Taylor.

Released in 1973 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Native American
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  • mood: Suspenseful
  • mood: Dark
  • prop: Knife
  • prop: Gavel
  • setting: Courtroom
  • theme: Truth
  • theme: Fear
  • actor: Noah Keen
  • actor: Johnny Whitaker
  • actor: Henry O'Brien
  • director: Don Taylor
  • producer: Walter Bien
  • producer: Frank Capra Jr.
  • producer: Arthur P. Jacobs
  • cinematographer: Frank Stanley
  • composer: John Williams
  • editor: Marion Rothman
  • costume-designer: Donfeld
  • production-designer: Philip M. Jefferies
  • role-name: Judge Thatcher
  • role-name: Injun Joe
  • role-name: Tom Sawyer
  • screenwriter: Robert B. Sherman
  • screenwriter: Mark Twain
  • year: 1973
  • studio: MGM