TOM THUMB (1958)

tomthumb-smSaturday, April 19, 1:30 PM
TOM THUMB
(1958, 98 minutes, Dir. George Pal)

Presented by Warner Archive
FREE ADMISSION

“Imagine yourself as the littlest guy in the world, think of the adventures you’d have!”
Another family-friendly fantasy classic from director George Pal! Taken in by a kindly couple, a six-inch-tall boy takes on a pair of comical crooks in this adaption of a classic Grimm fairy tale. Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Russ Tamblyn (WEST SIDE STORY, TWIN PEAKS) portrays the titular pint-size hero who sings and dances his way through a world of giant wonders and dangers, including a dastardly duo played by Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Peter Sellers and British comedy great Terry-Thomas who received a British Academy Award nomination for his performance. Tom Howard won an Academy Award for his special effects that combine live actors, animation, and puppets; features songs by the legendary Peggy Lee.

Free admission, bring the whole family! Presented by Warner Archive: warnerarchive.com

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