I believe the other reviewer, Mike, has mistaken Paramount's 1930 version for this film. Paramount didn't get started until 1912 and was known as the Famous Players Film Company at first. As far as I can tell, the 1907 version has been lost.
"Tom Sawyer is a 1907 American silent film based on The Adventures of Tom Sawyer made by Kalem Studios in New York City, and was the first time Mark Twain's character had appeared on film. Very little else is currently known about the film, other than the screenplay was written by Gene Gauntier, the first of over 300 screenplays she eventually wrote."
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