Little House on the Prairie: Season 1, Episode 0

Little House on the Prairie (30 Mar. 1974)

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Pilot to the longrunning tv-series. Story of Ingalls family who left house in Wisconsin and moved to the west, wanting to find a new place for home.

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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Green Bush)
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Shortly after the Civil War, a young pioneer family tries to re-build their lives by moving to the prairies of Minnesota, with disastrous consequences. Pilot film to the long-running TV series. Written by <hiphats@pacbell.net>

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After "Pa" brings home the cow, "Ma" exclaims, "...now we can have milk." However, the cow is clearly a bull. See more »

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Isaiah Edwards: You're not peakin', are ya? Can't stand for no peaking!
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Followed by Little House Years (1979) See more »

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20 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love little house on the prairie. I watch it every day. Looking at the show, it is impossible to date it in TV decade time. I find this show so much better than the awful shows full of violence and vulgarity on TV today. Sappy? Yes, but it is sure nice to have some cotton candy every now and then. Each time I watch this show, I go back to better days and happy thoughts. There really was a time of innocence and moral values. Hard to believe today. I have given up on todays TV, and I do not allow my children to watch todays TV shows full of demeaning bad behavior and put downs. It seems todays TV is full of bickering, one up-man-ship, and getting over someone else, especially ones own family and friends. Were there a time machine, I would go back to the happy and safe days of my childhood that this TV show was so much a part of. Great TV show!


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