Mark Twain's classic about how Tom Sawyer's best friend, Huckleberry Finn, runs away from his drunken father and helps the runaway slave Jim to escape.
Did You Know?
Some of the river and riverfront scenes were shot in Henry, Illinois on the Illinois river as the location offered a natural setting unspoiled by modern power lines,etc. Extras were recruited from the town and the Henry-Senachwine High school. See more
Scenes in Henry,IL showing a 50 star US flag on the steamboat had to be re-shot as there were not 50 states back in the 1800's time period of the movie. See more
Version of Huckleberry Finn