Some articles on tom:
1956, We're From Missouri, a musical adaptation of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, with book, music and lyrics by Tom Boyd, was presented by the students ... In 1960, Boyd's musical version (re-titled Tom Sawyer) was presented professionally at Theatre Royal Stratford East in London, England, and in 1961 toured provincial theatres in England ... Tom Boyd's musical of TOM SAWYER was produced again in April and June 2010 in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England ...
... Tom Guay (or Tom 5) is a guitar player who joined White Zombie while studying art at Parsons School of Design which he attended from 1985 to 1989 ... Guay was usually credited as Tom Five, reportedly because his style sounded like five guitarists playing at once ...
2006 Kreischberg cancelled January 10, 2007 Flaine Audun Grønvold Hiroomi Takizawa Tomáš Kraus February 2, 2007 Les Contamines Audun Grønvold Tomáš Kraus Eric Iljans ...
... Tom Sawyer (1930), directed by John Cromwell, starring Jackie Coogan as Tom ... Tom Sawyer (1936), a Soviet Union version directed by Lazar Frenkel and Gleb Zatvornitsky ... In 1938, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was filmed in Technicolor by the Selznick Studio ...
... Tom Hood (19 January 1835 - 20 November 1874), was an English humorist and playwright, and son of the poet and author Thomas Hood ... He founded Tom Hood's Comic Annual in 1867 ...
More definitions of "Tom":
- (noun): Contemptuous name for a Black man who is abjectly servile and deferential to Whites.
Synonyms: Uncle Tom
Famous quotes containing the word tom:
“The man that hails you Tom or Jack,
And proves by thumps upon your back
How he esteems your merit,
Is such a friend, that one had need
Be very much his friend indeed
To pardon or to bear it.”
—William Cowper (17311800)
“And the Angel told Tom if hed be a good boy,
Hed have God for his father & never want joy.
And so Tom awoke and we rose in the dark
And got with our bags & our brushes to work.
Tho the morning was cold, Tom was happy & warm,
So if all do their duty, they need not fear harm.”
—William Blake (17571827)