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Series cast summary:
Roland Demongeot Roland Demongeot ...  Tom Sawyer 4 episodes, 1968
Marc Di Napoli Marc Di Napoli ...  Huckleberry 'Huck(y)' Finn / ... 4 episodes, 1968
Lucia Ocrain Lucia Ocrain ...  Becky Thatcher 4 episodes, 1968
Lina Carstens ...  Tante Polly / ... 4 episodes, 1968
Otto Ambros Otto Ambros ...  Muff Potter 4 episodes, 1968
Jacques Bilodeau Jacques Bilodeau ...  Joe 'Indianer-Joe' 4 episodes, 1968
Marcel Pérès Marcel Pérès ...  Hucks Vater / ... 4 episodes, 1968
Serge Nubret Serge Nubret ...  Jim 'Nigger-Jim' 4 episodes, 1968
Roland Armontel ...  Richter Thatcher 4 episodes, 1968
Maurice Teynac Maurice Teynac ...  Mr. Dobbins 4 episodes, 1968
Marcela Russu Marcela Russu ...  Witwe Douglas 4 episodes, 1968
Emil Liptac Emil Liptac ...  Sheriff 4 episodes, 1968
Robert Hecker Robert Hecker ...  Sid Sawyer 4 episodes, 1968
Marion Verdon Marion Verdon ...  Windy 4 episodes, 1968
Franz Keller Franz Keller ...  Waliser 4 episodes, 1968
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Country:

Romania | France | West Germany

Language:

German | Romanian

Release Date:

1 February 1969 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer See more »

Filming Locations:

Danube Delta, Romania See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(4 parts)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Edited into Moartea lui Joe Indianul (1968) See more »

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A terrific series- one of the best ever!
8 June 2007 | by dwerithSee all my reviews

I first saw this series in the UK during the Summer of 1973, and it was on each day in the morning. It was first shown here weekly, in the evenings of 1970 Summer. It was translated and retitled into 11 episodes, totally different to the 2 original films first shown in Europe. I sadly missed a couple of early episodes. The series was terrific, laced and spiced with wit, humour, romance, and excitement. The most interesting and suspenseful scary bits were the doctor's murder, and towards the end with the old house and coffin, the dark windy night, and Injun Joe in the McDougals' Caves. It has never been shown on UK TV since it's final weekly repeat in late 1974, to my knowledge. I never knew at first it was not an American Film! I wish they would show it again here, or release the English Version here on DVD. The music is lovely too. David


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