Little House on the Prairie: Movie Boxed Set (Look Back to Yesterday / Bless All the Dear Children / The Last Farewell)
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Although the beloved family drama, Little House on the Prairie, ran its course in March 1983, there were three addition movies made due to popular demand.
Look Back at Yesterday (Dec 1983) Charles Ingalls returns to Walnut Grove. During his stay, he learns that Albert, a doctor in training, has contracted a blood disease that is nearly always fatal. Also, an economic recession that threatens to destroy the community.
Bless All the Dear Children (Dec 1984) Rose, Laura and Almanzo's infant daughter, is kidnapped during Christmas. The family discovers that she was stolen by a woman who was longing to have a child of her own.
The Last Farewell (Feb 1984) This final adventure finds Walnut Grove being purchased by an evil miner. Rather than being thrown off their land, the townsfolk exact a more spectacular method of leaving their beloved town.
- A Little House Conversation with Melissa Gilbert
- Casting Little House
- Farewell to Walnut Grove: A documentary providing background on the making of the final Little House movies
- Interactive quiz
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OK, so I'm a BIG fan of LHP. I have every episode every made and have seen each one over and over for the past 4 years running and I'm STILL not tired of watching it. (I know that sounds cray, but it's true!)
These episodes reflect the "reaching" that often occurs in Hollywood when a series stuggles to maintain its status and appeal to the masses. The writing is there (yawn) the stories are predictable somewhat and are even unbelievable at some points, given this is supposed to be the 1800's....but what can ya do?
I "love" it because I was able to get all three episodes to complete my collection all at once and it met my expectations completely.
If you know "LHP" like I know "LHP" then you'll love it too. Michael Landon still produces, writes and directs so the consistency is there for you ML fans...it's a great "finish" to the entire series and "caps the well" for this type of genre to ensure there could be no other like it or no other "Walnut Grove of the 21st Century" coming soon to a small screen near you. ( :-) )
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You don't need thus set... The Movies are on season 8 & season 9... From Lionsgate.Read more