Nobody's Child (1986 film)
Nobody's Child is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film directed by Lee Grant which won a Directors Guild of America Award. It is based on the autobiographical account of the same title by Marie Balter who was sent to a mental institution aged sixteen, with a script adapted by writers Mary Gallagher and Ara Watson. The cast includes Marlo Thomas, Ray Baker, and Caroline Kava.
|Written by||Mary Gallagher|
|Directed by||Lee Grant|
|Theme music composer||Michael Small|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Dyson Lovell|
Milton Justice (co-producer)
|Running time||100 min.|
|Production company(s)||Gaylord Productions|
|Original release||April 6, 1986|
- Janis Cole, Holly Dale Calling the Shots: Profiles of Women Filmmakers - Page 94 - 1993 "Q: What is the film Nobody's Child about? A: Nobody's Child is the story of Marie Boulter. The true story of Marie Boulter, who went into a mental institution when she was sixteen. And when she was thirty-six she decided she did not want to be ..."
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