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Different scenes from the film Tom and Huck with Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Rachael Leigh Cook, Amy Wright, Bronwen Murray and Courtland Mead, 1995.

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Different scenes from the film Tom and Huck with Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Rachael Leigh Cook, Amy Wright, Bronwen Murray and Courtland Mead, 1995.
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Different scenes from the film Tom and Huck with Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Rachael Leigh Cook, Amy Wright, Bronwen Murray and Courtland Mead, 1995.
Different scenes from the film Tom and Huck with Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Rachael Leigh Cook, Amy Wright, Bronwen Murray and Courtland Mead, 1995.
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Different scenes from the film Tom and Huck with Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Rachael Leigh Cook, Amy Wright, Bronwen Murray and Courtland Mead, 1995. Tom and Huck is a 1995 American adventure comedy-drama film based on Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Brad Renfro, Mike McShane, and Amy Wright. The film was directed by Peter Hewitt and produced/co-written by Stephen Sommers (who also worked on another Disney adaptation of Twain's work, 1993's The Adventures of Huck Finn). The movie was released in the U.S. and Canada on December 22, 1995.[1] In the film, mischievous young Tom Sawyer witnesses a murder by a vicious half-Native American criminal known as "Injun Joe". Tom befriends Huck Finn, a boy with no future and no family, and is forced to choose between honoring a friendship or honoring an oath, when the town drunk is accused of the murder. The film opens with Injun Joe (Eric Schweig) accepting a job position from Doctor Jonas Robinson (William Newman). Tom Sawyer (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) is seen running away from home. He and his friends ride down the Mississippi River on a raft, but hit a sharp rock, which throws Tom into the water. His friends find him washed up on the shore, and Tom finds it was Huck Finn (Brad Renfro) who carried him to safety. Huck learns of an unusual way to remove warts - by taking a dead cat to the graveyard at night. There they witness Injun Joe and Muff Potter (Mike McShane), the town drunk, digging up the grave of Vic "One-Eyed" Murrell for Doctor Robinson. A treasure map is discovered and when Doc tries to betray the two men, Injun Joe murders him with Muff's knife. The next morning, Muff is charged for the murder. Unfortunately, Tom and Huck had signed an oath saying that if either of them came forward about it, they would drop dead and rot. The duo then goes on a search for Injun Joe's treasure map, so they can declare Muff innocent and still keep their oath. The only problem is, the map is in Injun Joe's pocket. After Injun Joe finds the last treasure, he burns the map and discovers that Tom was a witness to the murder. He finds Tom and warns him that if he ever told anyone about the murder, he will kill him. However, at the time, the entire town thought he was dead, and the friendship between Tom and Huck starts to decline because of the fact that their evidence (the map) to prove Muff innocent, while preserving their oath, is destroyed. At the trial of Muff Potter, Tom decides that his friendship with Muff is more important than his oath with Huck and tells the truth to the court, which finds Muff innocent of all charges and goes after Injun Joe. As a result, Injun Joe decides to hold up his end of the bargain by killing Tom. When Injun Joe returns to the tavern, he kills his partner Emmett for cheating him. Huck becomes angry with Tom for breaking their oath and leaves town. During a festival the next day, a group of children, including Tom and Becky Thatcher (Rachael Leigh Cook), a girl for whom he has expressed romantic interest, enter the caves where Tom and Becky become lost. They stumble upon Injun Joe (who was looking for Tom) in McDougal's Cave. He traps them, but Tom and Becky manage to escape. Then they find the treasure and Tom tells Becky to go get her father and bring him back. Just then, Injun Joe finds Tom, and again tries to kill him. But Huck returns to help save Tom, and battles Injun Joe. But Injun Joe easily overpowers Huck; just as he is about to kill him, Tom holds the treasure chest over a chasm. Injun Joe then tries to get the chest from Tom, only to fall into the chasm to his death (with the chest which was empty). The boys reconcile, and are declared heroes by the people. Tom is praised on the front page of the newspaper, and Widow Douglas (Marian Seldes) decides to adopt Huck Finn. Jonathan Taylor Thomas (born Jonathan Taylor Weiss on September 8, 1981) is an American actor, voice actor, former child star, and teen idol. He is known for his roles as the middle child Randy Taylor on the ABC television series Home Improvement (1991-98), and as the voice of the young Simba in the Disney film The Lion King (1994). Rachael Leigh Cook (born October 4, 1979) is an American actress, model, voice artist, and producer, who is best known for her starring role in films She's All That (1999), Josie and the Pussycats (2001), and the television series Into the West and Perception, as well as being the voice behind various characters in Robot Chicken and Tifa Lockhart in the English version of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Amy Wright (born April 15, 1950 in Chicago) is an American actress and former model. She has appeared in such films as The Deer Hunter, Breaking Away, The Amityville Horror, Heartland, Wise Blood, Stardust Memories, The Accidental Tourist, Hard Promises, Crossing Delancey and Miss Firecracker. Wright is married to actor Rip Torn and the couple have two daughters. Wright is a graduate of the University of Chicago Laboratory School and Beloit College. She also starred with Eric Schweig in The Scarlet Letter and Tom and Huck (both made in 1995).[1] She starred in the original production of Breakfast with Les and Bess as Shelby.[2] Wright currently is on the faculty of HB Studio in New York City. Courtland Robert Mead (born April 19, 1987[1]) is an American actor. Mead was born in Mission Viejo, California, the son of Denise and Robert Mead and brother of twin sisters Lauren and Candice Mead.[1] In the 1994 film Dragonworld he played the part of young Johnny McGowan, a young boy who finds a dragon egg on his grandfather's property after moving to Scotland. Additionally, he portrayed the fictional character Danny Torrance in Stephen King's The Shining television mini-series, and appeared as Uh-huh in the 1994 feature-film adaptation of The Little Rascals. The following year he co-starred with Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro in Disney's Tom and Huck. He also played Howard in Corrina, Corrina with Whoopi Goldberg, and Kirk Cameron's youngest brother in the short-lived WB sitcom Kirk.[2] Mead also provided the voices of Gus Griswold in the Disney animated series Recess and Ned Needlemeyer in Nightmare Ned, as well as the title character in Disney's Lloyd in Space. Courtland also played a part in the The Young and the Restless as Nina's son, Phillip Chancellor IV. Bronwen Murray was born on July 15, 1979. She is an actress, known for Tom and Huck (1995).

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