Tom Jones

  • 1963
  • 2 HR 11 MIN
  • NR
  • Comedy

A rollicking comedic condensation of Fielding's sprawling novel about a lusty young man's adventures in 18th-Century England, TOM JONES was an enormous box office success that won four Oscars for Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Direction, and Best Score. Featuring superb performances from Albert Finney and Susannah York and marking the film debut more

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(Movie Clip) Let Dogs Delight
Michael MacLiammoirr's narration introduces a scene at church which devolves into mayhen with Tom (Albert Finney) rescuing Molly (Diane Cilento) in To (more…)
(Movie Clip) Stand and Deliver!
Failing at first to rob Miss Western (Edith Evans), Partridge (Jack MacGowran) settles on Tom (Albert Finney) and gets lucky in Tony Richardson's Tom (more…)
(Movie Clip) Sword Fight
In London, aspiring gentleman Tom (Albert Finney) encounters an old enemy (Mark Dignam), unaware that he's being set up as a criminal, in Tony Richard (more…)
(Movie Clip) A Thrush!
Tom (Albert Finney) has captured a thrush for Sophie (Susannah York) only to see it released by his prissy rival Blifil (David Warner) in Tony Richard (more…)
(Movie Clip) There's LIttle Hope
Quickening events as Tom (Albert Finney) learns from Blifil (David Warner) of the accident, and both attend the deathbed of Squire Allworthy (George D (more…)
(Movie Clip) Are You Frightened?
Lord Fellamar (David Tomlinson) fails to charm Sophie (Susannah York) in a card game, then is advised by Lady Bellaston (Joan Greenwood) to be more ag (more…)
(Movie Clip) Tom and Sophie
Music, flowers, frolicking and swooning as Sophie (Susannah York) nurses Tom (Albert Finney), recovering from his broken arm in Tony Richardson's Tom (more…)
(Movie Clip) Heroes
Tom (Albert Finney) and Mrs. Waters (Joyce Redman), who may be his forgotten adoptive mother, in the famous lascivious dinner scene from Tony Richards (more…)
(Movie Clip) Vauxhall Gardens
Tom (Albert Finney) attends a masked ball, hoping to meet Sophie but dancing instead with crafty Lady Bellaston (Joan Greenwood) in Tony Richardson's (more…)
(Movie Clip) Lecherous Rascal!
Tom (Albert Finney) is happily surprised when he comes to express his remorse to promiscuous Molly (Diane Cilento) Tony Richardson's Tom Jones, 1963.
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