Little Gloria... Happy at Last Trailer

Little Gloria... Happy at Last Trailer (1982)

24 October 1982 Drama, TV Movie 158 mins

The story deals with Gloria Vanderbilt's difficult coming-of-age when, at eleven, she was a pawn in a custody battle between her sybaritic mother and her aunt.

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Cast

Angela Lansbury

as Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney

Christopher Plummer

as Reggie Vanderbilt

Maureen Stapleton

as Nurse Emma Kieslich

Martin Balsam

as Nathan Burkan

Barnard Hughes

as Justice John Francis Carew

Glynis Johns

as Laura Fitzpatrick Morgan

Bette Davis

as Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt

International Releases Dates

United States 24 October 1982

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