Child of Glass
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Child of Glass
Child of Glass
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Based on The Ghost Belonged to Me by Richard Peck
Written by Jim Lawrence
Directed by John Erman
Starring Barbara Barrie
Biff McGuire
Anthony Zerbe
Nina Foch
Katy Kurtzman
Steve Shaw
Olivia Barash
Music by George Duning
Country of origin United States
Original English
Production
Executive Ron Miller
Jan Williams
Tom Leetch
Cinematography William Cronjager
Editor(s) Lloyd L. Richardson
Running time 93 minutes
Production Walt Disney Productions
Release
Original network NBC
Original release May 14, 1978 (1978-05-14)

Child of Glass is a 1978 American made-for-television family-fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Productions and based upon the novel The Ghost Belonged to Me by Richard Peck. It originally aired on NBC as part of The Wonderful World of Disney on May 14, 1978. The film was also re-aired sporadically during the early to mid-1980s, often on weekends during the afternoon. The filming locations were in Danville, Kentucky and New Orleans, Louisiana.

Plot

Alexander Armsworth and his family move into a spooky old Louisiana mansion that was once the home of a notorious river pirate. Before long, Alexander catches sight of a mysterious little girl and her dog, both of whom turn out to be ghosts. The little girl ghost tells Alexander that her name is Inez Dumaine, a Creole girl who lived in the 19th century, and appeals to him for help in finding a child of glass.

With the aid of his new friend, Blossom, Alexander finds out that his family's mansion was formerly owned by Jacques Dumaine, a river pirate, the evil uncle of Inez. During her life, Inez refused to tell the location of the treasure he sought; for good measure, he placed a curse upon her that has caused her to roam the plantation after death, but cannot leave the mansion's property lines. Although a spirit, Inez briefly gains corporeal form in order to be Alexander's date when his parents throw an elaborate antebellum dance in honor of their mansion. With only a few days left before the curse becomes permanent, Alexander and Blossom rush to find the child of glass and free Inez's spirit.

Alexander and Blossom's major clue in solving the mystery involved the following poem: "Sleeping lies the murdered lass, vainly cries the child of glass. When the two shall be as one, the spirit's journey will be done."

Cast

DVD release

Disney released a DVD-on-Demand version of this film as part of their Disney Generations Collection line of DVDs on December 5, 2011.

References

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