"The Boy Who Loved Trolls" is convinced that the creatures exist when he meets Ofoeti (Sam Waterston) under a bridge. But there's one hitch: for Ofoeti to remain alive, Paul (Matt Dill) must stay with him forever. Kalotte: Susan Anton. Socrates: W.H. Macy.
The story of Booker T. Washington, a slave in the Civil War South who dreams of receiving an education, even though his stepfather (Thalmus Rasulala) has other plans for the youngster. Jane: C.C.H. Pounder. Davis: LeVar Burton.
In "The Haunting of Barney Palmer," 8-year-old Barney is tormented by visions of his great-uncle Cole (Ned Beatty)---a magician believed to have drowned years ago. Filmed in New Zealand. Tabitha Palmer: Eleanor Gibson. Troy Palmer: Meredith Braun.
"A Little Princess" concludes as Carrisford (Nigel Havers) takes a special interest in the servant girl next door, and continues his search for Sara Crewe (Amelia Shankley). Miss Minchin: Maureen Lipman. Becky: Natalie Abbott. Ram Dass: Tariq Alibai.
"Sweet 15," about a Mexican-American (Karla Montana) who's anticipating her quinceañera, but a secret her dad (Tony Plana) holds may change her plans forever. Inez Delacruz: Jenny Gago. Ramon: Panchito Gomez. Mrs. Zavala: Susan Ruttan. Waterman: Jerry Stiller. Pratter: Jan Merlin. Gloria: Liz Torres.
"Daniel and the Towers," a fictional account of a relationship between a rascally boy and real-life artist Simon Rodia (Allan Arbus), creator of Los Angeles's Watts Towers. Consuelo Guerra: Carmen Zapata. Wexler Hatch: Michael McKean. The Commissioner: Liam Sullivan. Sean: Shawn Harrison.
In the two-part drama "Who Has Seen the Wind," a sensitive 10-year-old learns about prejudice and hypocrisy from some of his town's "leading" citizens. Young Ben: Douglas Junor. Ruth: Helen Shaver. Mr. O'Connal: Gordon Pinsent. Moonshiner: Jose Ferrer.
In "Anne of Green Gables---The Sequel," the redheaded orphan is now a teacher; her friend Diana (Schuyler Grant) is getting married; and Gilbert Blythe (Jonathan Crombie) desires to do the same. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Miss Stacey: Marilyn Lightstone. Mrs. Harris: Wendy Hiller. Morgan Harris: Frank Converse.
Megan Follows is "Anne of Green Gables" in this four-part dramatization. In Part 1, Marilla Cuthbert and her brother decide to adopt an orphan boy to help with farm chores---but instead, they receive Anne. Matthew: Richard Farnsworth. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Matilda Blewett: Samantha Langevin. Mrs. Hammond: Jayne Eastwood.
"Golden Pennies," a two-part drama about a British family searching for gold in 1850s Australia. In Part 1, Luke Greenwood and his family are robbed by bushrangers working for the town's crooked storekeeper (Gerard Kennedy). Rebecca: Carol Drinkwater. Jack: Tibbi Karman. Lucy: Michaela Abay. Cleopatre: Cindy Unkauf.
A hang-gliding adventure becomes a "Quest Beyond Time" when a young man is mysteriously transported to the year 2457, where he meets survivors of "the fire war." Filmed in Australia. Katrin: Rebecca Rigg. Simon: Tim Elliott. Fergus: Roger Ward. Woodcat: Marco Colombani.
"And the Children Shall Lead" recalls the 1964 black voter-registration drive in Mississippi, as experienced by a young black girl (Pam Potillo) and her parents (Danny Glover, Denise Nicholas). Sheriff: Andrew Prine. Jenny: Amanda Peterson.
In the tale "Hector's Bunyip," a penniless investor and his family fight to keep their home and their foster child (Scott Bartle). Slater: Brian Moll. Maude Tremball: Joan Sydney. Constable Goods: Todd Boyce.
"On Loan," an Australian film about an adopted Vietnamese girl (Marillac Johnston) whose life is turned upside down when she receives a letter from her biological father (Quang Chinh Dinh). Geoff: John Walton. Marj: Belinda Giblin. Minh: Tran Tuy Phuong.
As “Necessary Parties” concludes, Corelli and Chris (Mark Paul Gosselaar) search for legal grounds to stop the divorce. Connie: Julie Hagerty. Stephen: Geoff Pierson. Jenny: Taylor Fry. Carol: Barbara Dana.
"Frog," a modern rendition of "The Frog Prince," focuses on a teenager who befriends a talking frog (Paul Williams) that's really a prince in disguise. Annie: Shelley Duvall. Bill: Elliott Gould. Suzie: Amy Lynne. Jim: Hal Sparks.
In "Anne of Green Gables---The Sequel," the redheaded orphan is now a teacher, but still lives with her adoptive mother. But some things are different: Diana is getting married and Gilbert Blythe would like to do the same. Part 1 of two. Diana: Schuyler Grant. Gilbert: Jonathan Crombie. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Miss Stacey: Marilyn Lightstone.
"Happily Ever After," a cartoon about a young girl coming to terms with her parents' divorce. Narrated by Carol Burnett. Voices ... Conway: Henry Winkler. Mrs. Conway: Carrie Fisher. Rose Johnson: Rhea Perlman. George Johnson: Danny DeVito.
"Home at Last" chronicles the problems an 1880s street urchin has in adapting to life on a farm, where he has been taken in by a Swedish farmer (Frank Converse) and his family. Christina: Caroline Lagerfelt. Olaf: Sascha Radetsky.
"Jacob Have I Loved," about a moody teenager who discovers her spiritual purpose on a Chesapeake island at the outset of World War II. Capt. Wallace: John Kellogg. Caroline: Jenny Robertson. Susan Bradshaw: Kit Flanagan. Truitt Bradshaw: Jordan Clarke.
"The Paper Boy" is a youngster working to support his family in Depression-era Australia who takes an interest in the Communist Party. John: Tony Llewellyn-Jones. Elsie: Linden Wilkinson. Mr. Crabtree: George Trotman.
In the conclusion of "African Journey," Luke and Themba (Jason Blicker, Pedzisai Sithole) stumble upon poachers in a game park; and Luke's father (Alan Jordan) learns that the mine is to be closed. Tulani: Eldinah Tshatedi. Inga: Katja Blomquist. Tendayi: Jesese Mungoshi.