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As Long as We're Together: Part 1 

Poor financial conditions influence the Ingalls family to move to Winoka when Mary goes there to teach at the Blind School. They meet Albert, an orphan who Charles forms an attachment to, ... See full summary »

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Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
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Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)
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Andrew 'Andy' Garvey (as Patrick Laborteaux)
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Poor financial conditions influence the Ingalls family to move to Winoka when Mary goes there to teach at the Blind School. They meet Albert, an orphan who Charles forms an attachment to, even though Laura catches him stealing from the hotel that Charles was managing and Caroline was running the kitchen/dining room for. Written by Anonymous

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11 September 1978 (USA)  »

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Charles tells Caroline when they drive into Winoka that he's never seen so many people before, yet early in the previous season Charles had visited Chicago. See more »

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The Ingalls, Garveys and Olesons move to Winoka.
12 May 2006 | by (California - Film Capitol of the World) – See all my reviews

Hardship has struck Walnut Grove and many of the citizens move to other towns to support themselves. Among them are the Olesons, the Garveys and the Ingalls.

In the town of Winoka, Mr and Mrs Oleson obtain work at a saloon, Charles and Caroline are hired to run a restaurant and hotel and Jonathan Garvey obtains employment also. All of them work for Mr. Standish (Leon Charles), who controls the town and is very mean.

Mrs. Garvey attempts to continue the children's lessons, meeting in an empty building also owned by Standish, as there is no school in Winoka. One day, Charles encounters a youngster named Albert (Matthew Laborteaux) who appears to be an orphan or runaway, the boy is very cadgy about divulging his history and Charles accepts him on those terms, attempting to be his friend and encouraging him to go to Mrs. Garvey's school.

Continued in part two of As Long as We're Together.


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