With all the characters having entered into a finely balanced web of misunderstandings, schemings and rompings, Tom is now faced with a sinful lowness of fortune. This final episode resolves all in a torrent of uncovered truths and happy endings.
Tom falls into fashionable company and Sophia is the object of the unwarranted affections of Lord Fellmar. She is saved by the arrival of her father but Bilfil is still pursuing her hand in marriage.
Sophia is hotly pursued by Tom on the road to London and both face perils along the way. They encounter a lecherous puppeteer, scheming Harriet Fitzpatrick and voracious Lady Bellaston before being reunited.
Having left home, Tom Jones gets caught up in a Jacobite rebellion, while his love Sophia attempts to escape the threat of marriage to Mr Blifil. At the White Heart Inn a case of mistaken identity causes confusion.
The exploits of an 18th-century English playboy are revealed in this wonderfully performed bawdy comedy. Winner of several Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
Henry Fielding's tale is a rowdy romp through the mansions and taverns of Georgian England. Tom Jones, is adopted by Squire Allworthy. He falls in love with Sophia Western, the daughter of a neighboring Squire. Unfortunately, she is already betrothed. Tom is forced to leave to seek his fortune, but he makes his way almost into a hangman's noose, via a series of misadventures and misunderstandings.
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