Tom Sawyer has just one shot in this version of the film where he yells "Go for the glory!", even though he is a major character in Mark Twain's book. The actor who says "Go for the glory, Huck!" at 03:43 on the DVD is Danny Tamberelli who is listed in the end credits as playing "Ben Rodgers". At 03:45, another boy says "Ya, go for the glory", but Tom Sawyer, who has a large roll in the ending of the book that is not in the film, does not appear in the end credits.
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The water at the waterfall had to be pumped in as the water source isn't as free-flowing as it was in the past, and can be visited by tourists today at Owen's Creek on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi. (imdb.com)
The movie contains no digital effects. (imdb.com)
No sound stages were used in this movie. (imdb.com)
"Pap Finn"'s belch was added in later to be louder. Writer/Director Stephen Sommers says Ron Perlman, the actor who plays Pap Finn, "wasn't really good at belching". (imdb.com)
Jason Robards played Mark Twain himself in Mark Twain and Me. (imdb.com)
Stephen Sommers: the man silhouetted against the fog banging a pot at 39:27 on the DVD. (imdb.com)