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Stanislav GOVORUKHIN
Станислав ГОВОРУХИН
Stanislav GOVOROUKHINE
 
1981  
TV fiction

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn

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Приключения Тома Сойера и Гекльберри Финна

 

 Les Aventures de Tom Sawyer et Huckleberry Finn

 Priklyuchenya Toma Coyera i Geklberri Finn


 
Directed by : Stanislav GOVORUKHIN (Станислав ГОВОРУХИН)
 
Cast
Vladislav GALKIN (Владислав ГАЛКИН)
Mariya MIRONOVA (Мария МИРОНОВА)
 
 

Plot synopsis
While Mark Twain's classic The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is regarded as one of the true classics of American literature, it has also become a favorite in many other countries around the world and this lengthy screen adaptation of Tom Sawyer was originally produced as a miniseries for Russian television. Tom Sawyer faithfully follows the narrative of the book as Tom (Fedya Stukov) and his friend, Huck Finn (Vladik Sukhachev), find adventure along the Mississippi River and Tom finds first love with Becky Thatcher (Mariya Mironova). For its American release on home video, Tom Sawyer was dubbed into English and the name of most of the cast and crew were Americanized; Fedya Stukov became Fred Stack and director Stanislav Govorukhin is credited as Stan Govorkin.
Mark Deming, www.allmovie.com
 


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