Child of Glass

Synopsis: Alexander Armsworth and his family move to an authentic antibellum mansion, which once was owned by a river pirate. Alexander is drawn into a century-old mystery when he sees the ghost of a little girl, and she asks for his help in finding the "child of glass" by reciting a riddle. He has only a day or two to solve the riddle, or be haunted for the rest of his life!
Genre: Drama, Family, Fantasy
Director(s): John Erman
Production: Walt Disney Productions
93 min

I don't know what to do.

- You.

- Who, me?

- Oh. Just like I thought.

- I beg your pardon.

You're the one.

What one?

The one the spirits have waited for.

Excuse me. I gotta go.

Strange forces are at work here,

mysterious forces of the other world

that only you can comprehend.


You must be ready, boy.

Listen for the call of the spirits.

They'll come to you soon.

You must be ready, boy.

Shake a leg, Son.

Why don't you, uh, hotfoot it out

to the barn with these.

- Oh, yes, sir.

- Thank you.

Oh, every time I see this place,

I love it more.

Oh, Joe. I've dreamed of livin'

in a house like this all my life.

Miss Scarlett, I'd carry you up

those stairs in fine style

if it weren't for my bad back.

Oh, never seems to bother you

on the golf course.


Hey, what you think you're doin'?

I'm sorry.

Who the devil are ya, anyway?

Alexander Armsworth.

Well, I got a right to be here,

Mr. Alexander Armsworth.

Don't worry about that none.

Eases the misery.


Bet you just can't wait to tell

your rich old daddy you found

Amory Timmons layin' down

on the job. Huh'?

No, sir.

Well, wouldn't do you no good no how.

Today's my day off.

Don't you never tell no one

what to do on their day off.


Hey there, puppy. Come on, now.

I won't hurt you. Come on.

Yeah, that's better.

You sure are a funny lookin' old thing,

know that?

Just like an old mop, yeah.

How did you manage to

get up here anyway, moppet? Huh?

Who do you belong to?

Alexander, are you in here?

Hey, Alexander?

What the heck are you doing

out here, Blossom?

Helping my Aunt Vinia to clean.

Well, go help then. I don't want you

tagging after me all the time.

There's something I gotta tell Va,

Alexander. Something vital.

Something dumb, more likely.

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