"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 conclusion of "Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader," the prince meets a princess (Gabrielle Anwar) in the search for the lost lords. Lucy: Sophie Wilcox. Edmund: Jonathan Scott. Eustace: David Thwaites. Ramandu: Geoffrey Bayldon.
A British drama profiling "Young Charlie Chaplin" (Joe Geary). The comic's life is chronicled from the time his father (Ian McShane) abandons his family to the youth's realization that he has a knack for comedy. Sydney: Lee Whitlock. Hannah: Twiggy. Karno: Kevin Lloyd. Weldon: Paul Mark Elliott.
A chimney sweep named Barnacle (Courtney Roper-Knight) is swept up in a conspiracy in this two-part Victorian adventure, "The December Rose." In Part 1, Barnacle is pursued by an inspector (Ian Hogg) after he steals a lord's locket. Tom: Tony Haygarth. Miranda McDipper: Cathy Murphy.
"The Silent One" is a 1984 New Zealand film about a deaf native boy (Telo Malase) who's thought to be a demon. Paui Te Po: George Henare. Taruga: Rongo Tupatea Kahu. Luisa: Pat Evison. Tasiri: Anzac Wallace. Aesake: Anthony Gilbert.
A "Runaway" boy hides out in Manhattan's subways after blaming himself for a friend's tragic accident. Joseph: Kevin Artis. Charlie: Jasmine Guy. Colby: Charles Dutton. Miss Hartley: Kim Staunton. Aunt Anna Mae: Hattie Winston. K.C.: Sullivan Walker.
Conclusion. Bertie, Mr. Thomas and Kitty scheme to prevent "Konrad" from being recalled by The Factory. Bertie: Polly Holliday. Mr. Thomas: Ned Beatty. Kitty: Virginia Keehne. Dr. Monford: Max Wright. Frank: Scott Nemes.
"The Horse Without a Head," an edited version of a European-released 1963 feature. Jean-Pierre Aumont plays Inspector Sinet, whose placid life is disrupted by the antics of youngsters racing a headless toy horse. Schiapa: Herbert Lom. Roublot: Leo McKern. Marion: Pamela Franklin.
"Caddie Woodlawn," about a pioneer girl (Emily Schulman) in 1865 Wisconsin who's visited by Boston relatives (Parker Stevenson, Betsy Townsend). Harriet: Season Hubley. John: James Stephens. Tom: Trey Parker. Warren: Victor DiMattia. Chief Tukenbheska: Nick Ramus. Robert: Scanlon Gail.
Polly Holliday plays a rug maker whose life is turned upside down by an 8-year-old named "Konrad", an "instant child" designed at The Factory. Part 1 of two. Mr. Thomas: Ned Beatty. Jim: Dan Rogers. Janine: Corliss Dale. Joe: Michael Rudd.
"Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader," a dramatization from C.S. Lewis's "The Chronicles of Narnia." In Part 1 of three, the prince flees his evil uncle. Lucy: Sophie Wilcox. Peter: Richard Dempsey. Edmund: Jonathan Scott.
In "Just an Overnight Guest," a teacher brings home an abused little girl (Tiffany Hill). Also: "The Cap" pits an unemployed father (Michael Ironside) and his son against a rich man and his child. Steve: Michael Podbrey.
"The Wild Pony." Feeling responsible for a man's death, a rancher agrees to marry the man's widow (Marilyn Lightstone). The arrangement doesn't sit well with the widow's son (Josh Byrne)---until the rancher wins him over with an unruly horse. Jennifer: Kelsey McLeod. Arlo: Paul Jolicoeur. Orville: Jack Ackroyd. Fletcher: Tommy Banks.
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.
Conclusion. "Young Charlie Chaplin" discovers a knack for comedy after he and Sydney join a stage company. Sydney: Lee Whitlock. Hannah: Twiggy. Fred Karno: Kevin Lloyd. Harry Weldon: Paul Mark Elliott.
In the Australian story "Room to Move," teen athlete Carol Trig befriends outcast classmate Angie (Alyssa Cook), who helps her reassess her goals. Peter Trig: Terence Donovan. Alison Trig: Veronica Lang. Andrea Trig: Emma Lyle.
In the conclusion of "Captain Johnno," the youngster plans to run away to avoid being sent to a special school. Frank: John Waters. Tony: Joe Petruzzi. Kathleen: Michele Fawdon. Mr. O'Connor: Peter Healy.
In 1890s Australia, a boy and his family need a "Miracle Down Under" to save their sheep ranch. The boy's hopes are raised when he mistakes an old miner for Father Christmas. Elizabeth: Dee Wallace Stone. Patrick: John Waters. Sarah: Nadine Garner. Max: Charles Tingwell.
In Part 2 of "The Box of Delights," Kay Harker attempts to prove that a series of kidnappings and burglaries was perpetrated by the sinister Abner Brown (Robert Stephens). Peter: Crispin Mair. Maria: Joanna Dukes. Inspector: James Grout.
Conclusion of "The December Rose." Colonel Brodsky (Michael Poole) learns how Barnacle obtained the locket, and asks Tom's help in pursuing the criminals; Creaker does Lord Hobart's dirty work. Tom: Tony Haygarth. Creaker: Ian Hogg. Mrs. McDipper: Judy Cornwell.
An Australian tale about a "Top Kid," a 10-year-old genius named Gary Doyle (Emil Minty), who's faced with a dilemma when he's asked to cheat on a 1940s radio quiz show. Jack Doyle: Harold Hopkins. Mrs. Doyle: Michelle Fawdon. Freddie Brooks: Garry McDonald. Brother Kennedy: Joss McWilliam.
Megan Follows is "Anne of Green Gables" in this dramatization of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic. Marilla Cuthbert (Colleen Dewhurst) and her brother Matthew (Richard Farnsworth) decide to adopt an orphan boy to help with chores, but instead receive Anne---a redheaded girl with a vivid imagination. Rachel Lynde: Patricia Hamilton. Mrs. Hammond: Jayne Eastwood.
“Buster's World,” a Danish program about a boy (Mads Bugge Andersen) who fancies himself a magician, but is considered by most to be a troublemaker. Ingeborg: Katarina Stenbeck. Joanna: Signe Dahl Madsen. Mother: Katia Miehe-Renard.