- Original title
- Running time
- 129 min.
- United Kingdom
John Osborne (Novel: Henry Fielding)
Comedy. Adventure | 18th Century
- Synopsis / Plot
- Tom Jones (Albert Finney), abandoned as a baby in mysterious circumstances, is brought up by Squire Allworthy. Resented by Allworthy's legitimate heir Blifil, Tom grows into an amiable rascal, fond of the fair sex. He loves Squire Western's daughter Sophie Western (Susannah York), but when discovered by his tutors with a local girl Molly, he is banished by his benefactor. After numerous adventures he reaches London and embarks on an affair with the wealthy Lady Bellaston while Squire Western's sister has arranged a marriage between Sophie and Blifil. Horrified, Sophie escapes to London, meeting up with her cousin Mrs. Fitspatrick who is also running away from her husband. Mr. Fitzpatrick follows them and suspects Tom of having seduced his runaway wife.
1963: Academy Awards: 4 Oscars: best picture, director, adapted screenplay, music. 10 nominations.
: 4 Academy Awards: Movie, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Music. 10 Nominations
: BAFTA Awards: 3 awards including Best Movie. 6 Nominations
: Golden Globes: Best Movie - Comedy or Musical and Promising Newcomer - Male (Finney). 6 nominations
: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Best Director
: Venice: Best Actor (Albert Finney)
: National Board of Review: Best Film and Director
: New York Film Critics Circle: Best Film, Director & Actor (Albert Finney)
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