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Little House on the Prairie - The Complete Season 4
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- All 21 episodes restored with color correction, picture enhancement and noise reduction
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Here's an episode guide, with a tiny description:
1. Castoffs: Pa gives Laura a new dog after her dog Jack dies. She doesn't want a new dog.
2. Times Of Change: Charles and Mary are very disappointed in what life in Chicago is really like.
3. My Ellen: Friend Ellen drowns and Ellen's mother thinks that Laura is her daughter.
4. The Handyman: When Charles is away, Mary suspects that Caroline and a hired man are falling in love.
5. The Wolves: After Laura and Andy set up a pen for wolf cubs in the barn, wild dogs try to get into the barn.
6.. The Creeper of Walnut Grove: Laura and Andy try to figure who is stealing things in Walnut Grove with hilarious results.
7. To Run And Hide: Dr. Baker finds a new doctor for the town after he loses a patient, only to find that the new doctor may not be so dedicated.
8. The Aftermath: Jesse and Frank James take hostages.
9. The High Cost Of Being Right: After their barn burns down, Mr. Garvey's wife gets a job in spite his objections.
10. The Fighter: Charles boxes a man who turns out to be very ill.
11. Meet Me At The Fair: At the fair, Carrie climbs into the basket of a hot air balloon.
12. Here Come The Brides: A newcomer falls in love with Miss Beadle, and Nellie Oleson falls in love with the newcomer's son.
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Times of Change
The Creeper of Walnut Grove
To Run and Hide
The High Price of Being Right
Meet Me at the Fair
Here Come the Brides
I Remember, I Remember
Be My Friend
A Most Precious Gift
I'll be Waving As You Drive Away, Parts One and Two
Stick with the VHS.
In this season, Laura's beloved dog Jack dies (of old age) and she is so distraught that she cannot accept the family's new pet, Bandit; Charles and Mary travel to Chicago, where Charles calls himself a dumb farmer and Mary finds out that her fiance John is no longer in love with her; Charles goes away for business and handyman Chris is hired to finish the kitchen for Caroline, in the process falling in love with her; Doc Baker loses a patient in a fall and decides that he is no longer a good doctor and decides to become a farmer instead; Alice and Jonathan Garvey nearly divorce over Alice working; Jesse and Frank James hide out from the law in Walnut Grove; Miss Beadle falls in love with farmer Adam Simms, Nellie falls in love with Adam's son Luke, and both run off to get married (only the elder Simms' marriage is a keeper); Mary gets her first teaching job, in a backwoods country; the Ingalls family learns of a big inheritance, causing their old friends to think they will be putting on airs and Mrs. Oleson to want to rub shoulders with them; the Ingalls family welcomes Baby Grace; Mary begins to lose her eyesight and after becoming blind, goes to a special school in Iowa; with the town's resources and economy faltering due to the railroad, the Ingalls family decides to follow Mary to Winoka, Dakota, where she has a teaching job with her instructor, Adam.
The last two episodes of this season are two of the very finest that Little House would ever produce. The emotions are raw and very much on the surface. The acting is stellar - - in fact, Melissa Sue Anderson was nominated for an Emmy for her work as Mary in the two part episode.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for my Dad but this is a fairly good show even today. He keeps wanting me to take him to Mansfield, MO where she lived for a bit? Not too far away so may do it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Justin
Strong story telling with strong moral values seems to be a dying art. Fortunately, DVDs like this Little House series mean you and your family can enjoy and benefit whenever it's... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sage Advisor
The images were dark and the sound was very muddy. In addition, the DVD did not play with closed captioning even though the product is advertised as having that feature.Published 8 months ago by Vinton D. Wong
This is one of my favorite television series. The dvd's are perfect!Published 11 months ago by blesd