Little House On the Prairie

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Enjoy more of the classic series "Little House on the Prairie" with all 21 episodes from season 2 --presented in their original and uncut versions with fully restored picture and sound.
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Drama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. The Richest Man in Walnut Grove
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    September 11 1975
    49min
    13+
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    Hansen's Mill closes when a major customer declares bankruptcy, leaving Lars unable to pay Charles two months' back pay.
  2. 2. Four Eyes
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    September 17 1975
    49min
    13+
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    Mary is excited to receive a pair of brand-new glasses, but her excitement fades when other students relentlessly tease her, even after Miss Beadle points out her own pair of glasses.
  3. 3. Ebenezer Sprague
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    September 24 1975
    49min
    7+
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    Charles wants to seed a new field and decides to obtain a loan from the new banker, Ebenezer Sprague. The cold-hearted gentleman refuses to trust Charles and his family until Laura unwittingly befriends him at the fishing hole.
  4. 4. In The Big Inning
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    October 1 1975
    49min
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    It's Walnut Grove vs. Sleepy Eye in the annual baseball battle. Star pitcher Mumford appears to be an ace up Walnut Grove's sleeve, until his wife discovers the townspeople are betting heavily on the game's outcome.
  5. 5. The Haunted House
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    October 8 1975
    49min
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    Laura goes into a haunted house when Nellie dares her to do it. She becomes a friend of the old man that lives there, Mr. Pike. She finds out that he is waiting for his wife to return. After Laura learns that Mrs. Pike died years ago, she helps Mr. Pike cope with the death of his wife.
  6. 6. The Spring Dance
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    October 29 1975
    49min
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    Laura wants to go to the annual Spring Dance with Henry Henderson, while Grace Snider hopes Mr. Edwards will ask her out. But both men, young and old, are too shy to ask the girls.
  7. 7. The Camp-Out
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    November 19 1975
    49min
    7+
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    Mrs. Oleson invites herself along on the Ingalls family campout after she concludes that Laura and Mary will have the upper hand collecting leaves for a science project. The Ingallses and Olesons seem to mix like water and oil throughout the trip.
  8. 8. Remember Me (Part 1 & 2)
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    November 5 1975
    1 h 33 min
    7+
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    A widowed mother named Julia Sanderson learns she has a terminal illness and has no close relatives willing to care for her three children, John Jr., Carl and Alicia. Charles promises Mrs. Sanderson the children will find a new home.
  9. 9. At The End of the Rainbow
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    December 10 1975
    49min
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    While fishing in a stream, Laura and her friend Jonah find pyrite and mistake it for gold. Laura spends her days amassing the "gold dust" and begins fantasizing about her family being very, very rich...and the Olesons being dirt-poor.
  10. 10. The Gift
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    December 17 1975
    49min
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    The children of Walnut Grove pool their money to buy Reverend Alden a new Bible and entrust Mary with the cash. Mary and Laura decide to invest their money in medicines that, upon their sale, could easily double their money and thus allow them to buy one really great gift for their beloved minister.
  11. 11. His Father's Son
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    January 7 1976
    49min
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    Mr. Edwards and John Jr. feel estranged from each other, and an upset Mr. Edwards tries to make his son join him in his backwoods way of life.
  12. 12. The Talking Machine
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    January 14 1976
    49min
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    Laura and Nellie vie for the affections of a new schoolboy named Jason, who is very adept with new contraptions. While Laura accompanies Jason in all his experiments, Nellie tries to use a brand new "talking machine" to gain his affection.
  13. 13. The Pride of Walnut Grove
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    January 28 1976
    49min
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    Mary enters a statewide math competition, but Charles can't afford to pay the travel expenses necessary for her to compete.
  14. 14. A Matter of Faith
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    February 4 1976
    49min
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    Charles and the girls go on a camping trip, with Caroline planning to join them later. Caroline scratches herself on a piece of baling wire, and the minor scratch soon turns into a serious infection.
  15. 15. The Runaway Caboose
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    February 11 1976
    49min
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    At a train station, Mary, Laura, and Carl wander into a caboose. Without warning, the caboose begins to move, and it soon is on a crash course with an oncoming train.
  16. 16. Troublemaker
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    February 25 1976
    49min
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    Miss Beadle is relieved of her duties as schoolmarm when the misbehavior of several of the older students becomes too much. In her stead is Hannibal Applewood, a strict disciplinarian whom students call "Mr. Crabapple" in disdain.
  17. 17. The Long Road Home
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    March 3 1976
    49min
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    During a recession, Charles and Mr. Edwards take a job handling highly explosive liquid dynamite along a rough and dangerously winding road.
  18. 18. For My Lady
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    March 10 1976
    49min
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    To buy Caroline a new set of china, Charles secretly takes a woodworking job for an attractive young widow. The problem is, Mrs. Oleson plants a suggestion in Mary's mind that there is more going on than woodworking behind closed doors.
  19. 19. Centennial
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    March 17 1976
    49min
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    Walnut Grove prepares to celebrate the nation's centennial, but the party is threatened with cancellation when their taxes go up. A Russian immigrant, Yuli Pyatakov, gives an impassioned speech about what it's like to live in America, and that he loves his new land despite its faults. The townsfolk are inspired to resume the celebration.
  20. 20. Soldier's Return
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    March 24 1976
    49min
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    Mrs. Whipple's son, Granville, returns to Walnut Grove to resume his career as a music teacher. He becomes close to Mary Ingalls, who offers to copy music in exchange for lessons.
  21. 21. Going Home
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    March 31 1976
    49min
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    MThe Ingalls family's crops and farm lie in ruin, due to a devastating tornado that sweeps through Hero Township.

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Directors
Various
Season year
1976
Network
NBC
Content advisory
Smokingalcohol use
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kjdReviewed in the United States on March 4, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Both my 12 year-old son and my 4 year-old daughter love this series
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Certain stories and characters never "get old," and that certainly is true for this "Little House on the Prairie" TV series. Not only is the series as a whole excellent, but every single episode is both entertaining and uplifting for my entire family, from dad to the littlest kid; no episode is a dud. At a time when so much of what is offered up as entertainment both on television and on the Internet is poorly produced and inappropriate for kids, "Little House" has become a reliable source of high-quality screen time--some of the only screen time we offer our children, in fact. All of the main characters present excellent role models of how to operate as a family, work hard, study well and make good decisions while facing the everyday challenges of putting food on the table and living in a community. If you haven't seen the "Little House" series before, give yourself a treat and try it. If you watched the original series years ago and think that you don't need to revisit it, think again; "Little House" may be even MORE relevant and useful to families today than it was when it originally aired. Highly recommended.
14 people found this helpful
TexasKayakerReviewed in the United States on September 16, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Bluray quality vs DVD quality
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You would think that after hundreds of reviews on the seasons of this show, someone would tell you which version was of better quality.. DVD or bluray? Is the bluray of Little House on the Prairie worth the extra cost?

In short, yes. Even with both versions of DVD and bluray bring remastered... the bluray is noticeably superior. Is it worth $10 more per season or more? Probably not, it if you want more clear video and nicer audio, bluray version is the way to go.

Played season 1 on bluray and season 2 on DVD on my Xbox One S on my Vizio 47" LED HD tv and came to the above conclusion.

I hope this review answers some burning questions for y'all. Either version you buy, you'll enjoy it no matter what. LHOTP is a great family show... They certainly don't make them like they used to.

Highly recommend this show to everyone. Make sure to start with Season 1 and move down the line, don't skip!
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RichardReviewed in the United States on November 2, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Top notch decent moral programming
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My wife and I both LOVE this WHOLESOME clean series. This unfortunately seems to be VERY RARE in the day we live. Thank God there were people like Michael Landon that believed in delivering decent moral programming.
13 people found this helpful
Slim PickensReviewed in the United States on July 19, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent Quality, Finally
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It's unfortunate that the reviews for the new Blu-ray versions are lumped in with the old DVD versions, because they share almost nothing in common. The picture and sound of the Immavision DVD releases were atrocious and the episodes were time-compressed, making Michael Landon sound like he had been inhaling helium. Honestly, the DVD versions are among the worst commercial releases I've seen of any TV show, just abominable and terribly unprofessional. I vowed to not buy anymore seasons until the product was improved.

Well, I'm here to report that day has arrived. In contrast to that old garbage, these new Blu-ray releases have sharp picture, nicely saturated color, and good sound. I haven't been able to detect any trace of time-compression. Where the DVD versions were a besmirching of the series, these are a must for the Little House fan!
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L. L. BowersReviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
My Codes Still Worked
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So far we've purchased Seasons 1 and 2 of the remastered blu-ray versions that include digital versions. They have been purchased within the past month, and both of our codes still worked when I went to redeem them. One says, "Code may not be valid after 3/15/15," while the other has the date of 9/9/15. I redeemed them on vudu.com and both codes worked - I have access to both Seasons 1 and 2 under My TV. I did purchase these from Amazon, and not a vendor.

Now, as to the blu-rays. The picture and sound are very good - better than if I catch an episode on cable. We haven't had any issues with the discs playing and look forward to purchasing more seasons in this format.
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Stephen DobbinsReviewed in the United States on September 8, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
Another superb release from Lions-gate!
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This is a superb release. The sound quality deserves 5 stars as well. The audio is crisp and clear. Exactly what you would expect from a HDMA audio track. The picture quality is way better than I ever remembered it. It has a very smooth film like appearance and is crisp and clear. Once again Lions-gate has done it right! They delivered a quality product. Season two looks just as good as season one. They obviously put a lot of painstaking care and love into the restoration of these episodes. Every Little House fan will be pleased with these new re-leases. These absolutely are the original un-cut releases. The only thing I wish is that they would use these re-mastered versions on TV when they show the re-runs. I am proud to have these new remastered Seasons up on my shelf alongside all my other blu-rays. I want to give out a big THANK YOU to Lions-Gate for giving Little House on the Prairie the blu-ray treatment. Michael Landon would be so proud of these releases if he were alive to be able to see them. If you purchase Season 2 you will not be disappointed.
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HannahReviewed in the United States on July 7, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Buy It Now!
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I can't tell you how much I love that Little House was released on Blu-Ray. The picture and sound are both amazing! I haven't noticed any flaws whatsoever. I am an owner of the original DVD releases from several years ago and I think we can all agree those are less than satisfactory, but the remastered Blu-Ray seasons of Little House will not disappoint you! If you are a fan of Little House do yourself a favor and purchase this ASAP!
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Auburn NiewiadomskiReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2010
4.0 out of 5 stars
Little House on the Prairie - Season Two
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Little House on the Prairie continued its excellence in season two, and while there are still some problems with this set (which I'll get to later) it's still definitely worth purchasing.

There are in all twenty one episodes in this set, and they are all excellent. Some of my favorites had to deal with problems with the Ingalls children like in "Four Eyes" where Mary finds out she needs glasses, and the hilarious episode where Laura and her friend find "gold" in "At the End of the Rainbow." In extremely sad episode from season two is "Remember Me" where the Ingalls's neighbor, a widow named Julia Sanderson discovers she does not have long to live and asks Charles to find a good home for her children, in fact this episode is one of the most heartbreaking from the whole series. But don't worry; there are some less serious episode like "In the Big Inning", "The Gift" and "the Spring Dance." But each episode from this season is fantastic, I think Little House is special because every episode is a must have for any collector, they're all absolutely fantastic.

We get more of the same (which is a good thing) in the packaging department for season two's collector's edition release, there are some nice photos of Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Anderson, and Michael Landon and the photos for the disc are nice as well. There also is a pamphlet which includes every episode synopsis for season two. We also get more of the same, (which is a bad thing) the only bonus feature is a photo album (not very impressive) a Little House quiz which frankly is a tacky add on and character profiles. Another complaint (although small) is the quality of the picture in season two, it has been improved slightly it still has its problems. But put that aside and this set is a very good buy.

Well I've said about all I can say, a little more effort and this set would be fantastic but hey, who wants to miss out on one of the best television series of all time?
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