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Creston Public Library FIC DVD LIT (Text) 35140001126989 Fiction Videos Volume hold Available -

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  • ISBN: 0973292911
  • Physical Description: videorecording
    5 videodiscs (18 hours) : Dolby digital, stereo. sd., col.
  • Edition: Deluxe remastered edition.
  • Publisher: [S.l.] : NBC Home Entertainment : [S.l.] : [distributed by] Entertainment One, c2014.

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General Note: Based upon the "Little house" series of books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Contains all 22 episodes from Season Two, which originally aired on NBC in 1975-76, plus bonus features on 5 discs.
Special feature: The "Little House" Phenomenon Part Two - In the Beginning...
Formatted Contents Note: Disc 1. The richest man in Walnut Grove ; Four eyes ; Haunted house ; In the big inning -- Disc 2. The campout ; The spring dance ; Remember me (2 parts) ; Ebenezer Sprague -- Disc 3. A the end of the rainbow ; The gift ; His father's son ; The talking medicine -- Disc 4. The pride of Walnut Grove ; A matter of faith -- Disc 5. The runaway caboose ; Troublemaker ; The long road home ; For my lady -- Disc 6. Centennial ; Soldier's return ; Going home.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Developed for television by Branche Hanalis ; executive producer, Michael Landon.
Participant or Performer Note: Michael Landon, Karen Grassle, Melissa Sue Anderson, Melissa Gilbert, Lindsay & Sidney Greenbush.
Summary, etc.: Little House on the Prairie debuted on NBC on September 11th 1974. This dramatic and gripping story of a young pioneer family's struggle to build a new life for themselves on the American frontier of the 1870's, captured the hearts of viewers around the world. Highlights from Season Two: Charles must work at several jobs to pay off their debts while the entire family pitches in - Laura makes a new friend and helps him get over his grief - Charles promises a dying widow that he will care for her three children - Walnut Grove sees the opening of its first bank - Mary becomes the pride and joy of the town - The sensitive subject of drug abuse is addressed in the second to last episode entitled "Soldiers return".
Subject: Frontier and pioneer life -- Drama
Wilder, Laura Ingalls -- 1867-1957 -- Family -- Drama
Genre/Form: Television series.
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