The first movie adaptation was made in 1950 by Warner brothers and was in black and white. It was produce by jerry wald and Charles k. feldmann
Being a very critical man, Williams attended to many theatre representation of his play but he used to interrupt the play by commenting the actor very loudly, sometimes without any reason
After Williams died, paul newmann, 1987 Cannes Film Festival  and the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in New York City on October 23, 1987.
There was 2 televisions adaptation, which were broadcast on ABC in 1973, & 1966
In 1958, 1964 1969, three different producer adapted the play for the television, it’s called Die Glasmenagerie
In 1997, Kiefer Sutherland, starring with his mother, in a Canadian production of The Glass Menagerie at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto
There is a critically acclaimed Indian adaptation of the play, filmed in the Malayalam language. The movie titled Akale (meaning At a Distance), released in 2004, is directed by Shyamaprasad. The story is set in the southern Indian state of Kerala in the 1970s, in an Anglo-Indian/Latin Catholic household. The characters were renamed to fit the context better (the surname Wingfield was changed to D'Costa, reflecting the part-Portuguese heritage of the family), but the story remains essentially the same.
The Glass Menagerie was parodied by Christopher Durang in a short one-act called For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls, in which Laura is replaced by a son named Lawrence, who instead of prizing a collection of glass figurines, here is obsessed with his collection of glass cocktail stirrers.
In 2007, Ryan Landry did a parody called The Plexiglass Menagerie, He used the event of...