The Glass House (1972)

TV Movie  |  Not Rated  |   |  Drama

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A young guard and a college professor convicted of manslaughter both start their first day in prison.

  • The Glass House (1972)
  • The Glass House (1972)
  • The Glass House (1972)
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Alan Alda on his autobiography "Never Have Your Dog Stuffed - and Other Things I've Learned" claims that this movie was shoot in real prison with real prisoners as extras. During the filming of the movie, its director Tom Gries made jokes with prisoners that they ... ...


Lennox: That thing you did over there did sure took a lot of style. And I'm gonna tell you something: it's not gonna end there and you're gonna have to answer to some people.


The word 'fictitious' is misspelled as 'ficticious' during the opening disclaimer.


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