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Little Gloria... Happy at Last

Little Gloria... Happy at Last was a 1982 television miniseries directed by Waris Hussein.[1]

Little Gloria ... Happy at Last
Written byBarbara Goldsmith
(book)
William Hanley
(teleplay)
Directed byWaris Hussein
StarringLucy Gutteridge
Angela Lansbury
Christopher Plummer
Bette Davis
Glynis Johns
Maureen Stapleton
Martin Balsam
Theme music composerBethold Carriere
Production
Producer(s)Justine Heroux
David A. Nicksay
CinematographyTony Imi
Editor(s)Malcolm Cooke
Running time180 minutes
Production company(s)London Films Productions
Cine-Gloria
Edgar J. Scherick Associates
Metromedia Producers Corporation
DistributorMetromedia Producers Corporation
Release
Original networkNBC
Original releaseOctober 24 –
October 25, 1982

PlotEdit

Based on the book by Barbara Goldsmith, it tells the story of the real-life heiress Gloria Vanderbilt and how her parents met and married. Gloria Vanderbilt was left a very rich girl at the age of eighteen months when her father died. When Gloria was ten, her mother, Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt, contested the child's custody with little Gloria's aunt, launching one of the most notorious court cases of the last century.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Little Gloria... Happy at Last". Turner Classic Movies.

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