The inheritance [videorecording] / a Kraft Premier movie ; Alliance Atlantis Communications presents an Alliance Atlantis Communications/Cosgrove Meurer/Televest production ; producer, Ed Self ; teleplay by Maria Nation ; directed by Bobby Roth.
Contributor(s): Baxter, Meredith | Conti, Tom | Shayne, Cari | Gibson, Thomas | Cosgrove, John | Dunn, Terry | Roth, Bobby | Franke, Christopher | Alcott, Louisa May. Inheritance | Alliance Atlantis (Firm) | Kraft Premier Movie (Firm) | Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: [S.l.] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, c2004Description: 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Orphans -- Drama | Inheritance and succession -- History -- 19th century -- Drama | Social classes -- History -- 19th century -- Drama | Upper class -- History -- 19th century -- Drama | Inheritance and succession | Orphans | Social classes | Upper class | 1800 - 1899Genre/Form: Feature films. | Made-for-TV movies. | Drama. | History.DDC classification: 791.43/72
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Executive producers: Terry Dunn Meurere, John Cosgrove, Jeffrey S. Grant, Laurie Pozmantier.
Meredith Baxter, Tom Conti, Cari Shayne, Thomas Gibson.
Director of photography, Shelly Johnson ; editor, Henk Van Eeghen ; music, Christopher Franke.
Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott.
DVD release of the 1997 television movie.
Beautiful orphan Edith Adelton came to the United States as a child to be a companion and tutor to the Hamilton family's young daughter Amy. Though Edith's parentage is a mystery, she has found great happiness with the Hamiltons. When the family's cousin Ida comes to visit, Mrs. Hamilton enlists Edith in a matchmaking plan involving two suitors for Ida. But both men fall for the lovely Edith. As Ida sees her chances fade, she schemes to discredit Edith, leading the family to a crisis of loyalties. Are Ida's accusations enough to dissolve the family's trust in Edith? Or is there a secret truth below the surface, beyond the evidence ... within the heart?