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Little House Years (1979)

TV Movie  -   -  Drama | Family  -  15 November 1979 (USA)
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"Little House on the Prairie" Thanksgiving clip show in which Laura Ingalls reminisces about the Ingalls' journeys and struggles during a family Thanksgiving gathering.

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The life and adventures of the Ingalls family in the 19th century American West.

Stars: Melissa Gilbert, Michael Landon, Lindsay Greenbush
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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Grace Ingalls (as Brenda Turnbaugh) (as Wendi Turnbaugh)
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Nels Oleson (archive footage)
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Harriet Oleson (archive footage) (as Katherine MacGregor)
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Willie Oleson (archive footage)
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Lars Hanson (archive footage)
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On Thanksgiving Day in 1882, the Ingalls and the Kendalls gather together in the Ingalls' little house in Walnut Grove for dinner. After dinner, Laura goes through her remembrance book and reminisces about the family's past journeys, hardships and funny moments, including the move to Walnut Grove, the loss of their first crop, the deaths of Grandma Laura Colby Ingalls and Bunny the horse, and the evil schemes of Nellie Oleson. This is a three hour special clip movie that is part of the Little House on the Prairie TV series. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@lombard.dialup.cyberverse.com>

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Best Television show and movie for all ages
6 November 2001 | by (Hell) – See all my reviews

Little house on The Prairie and the movies are all excellent movies for all ages to enjoy. I can never get enough of that show and watch it back to back in the morning on TBS. I would love to go back to their days and see what they had to go through compared to the way things are done today. It's to bad they didn't give the part of Carrie a bigger part. She was such a cute little girl. It's a shame that Michael L. and Victor French passed away. It would be great if there was a reunion and had the orginal cast members come back including, Carrie, Nelly, Willie, and everybody else who helped make LHOTP the big success it has and always will be.


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