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"Little House on the Prairie" Blind Justice (1981)

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Original Air Date:
23 February 1981 (Season 7, Episode 19)
Unable to get work in Sleepy Eye, Adam decides to become Walnut Grove's first lawyer, and gets his first case defending a man who sold worthless share of his land. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Michael Landon ... Charles Ingalls

Karen Grassle ... Caroline Ingalls

Melissa Gilbert ... Laura Ingalls Wilder

Melissa Sue Anderson ... Mary Ingalls Kendall

Rachel Lindsay Greenbush ... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)

Sidney Greenbush ... Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)

Richard Bull ... Nels Oleson

Kevin Hagen ... Dr. Hiram Baker

Alison Arngrim ... Nellie Oleson Dalton

Scottie MacGregor ... Harriet Oleson (as Katherine MacGregor)

Dabbs Greer ... Reverend Robert Alden

Matthew Labyorteaux ... Albert Quinn Ingalls

Linwood Boomer ... Adam Kendall

Dean Butler ... Almanzo James Wilder
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William Bramley ... Jed Finley
Donald Brenon ... Jury Foreman (as Don Brenon)
James Brodhead ... William Sykes (as James E. Brodhead)
Vivian Brown ... Secretary
Barbara Collentine ... Edna Mills

Jeff Corey ... Edgar Mills
William S. Forester ... Dr. Howard Ruddy
Peter Griggs ... Bailiff (as Peter James Griggs)

Peter Hobbs ... Atty. Arthur Davis
Ketty Lester ... Hester-Sue Terhune
Jack Lilley ... Stage Driver
Marion Scherer ... Blonde

Dub Taylor ... Houston Lamb

John Zaremba ... Judge Adams
Ruth Foster ... Melinda Foster (uncredited)
Brenda Turnbaugh ... Grace Ingalls (uncredited)
Wendi Turnbaugh ... Grace Ingalls (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Maury Dexter 
Writing credits
Blanche Hanalis (developed for television by)

Laura Ingalls Wilder (based upon the series of books "Little House" by)

Carole Raschella 
Michael Raschella 

Produced by
Michael Landon .... executive producer
Kent McCray .... producer
Original Music by
David Rose 
Cinematography by
Haskell B. Boggs (director of photography) (as Haskell Boggs)
Film Editing by
Jerry Taylor 
Casting by
Susan McCray  (as Susan Sukman)
Art Direction by
Walter M. Jefferies 
Set Decoration by
Donald E. Webb  (as Don Webb)
Makeup Department
Allan Snyder .... makeup artist
Gladys Witten .... hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James E. Benjamin .... second assistant director
Reid Rummage .... assistant director
Art Department
Dean Wilson .... property master
Randal Woodward .... paint forman
Michael P. Hunter .... assistant property master (uncredited)
Sound Department
Vince Gutierrez .... sound effects editor
Frank Meadows .... sound recordist
M. Curtis Price .... sound recordist
Duncan McEwan .... sound loader (uncredited)
Kevin Sorensen .... sound utility (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ron Housiaux .... key grip
Kenneth Hunter .... camera operator
Lon Massey III .... gaffer
Ronald L. Vargas Jr. .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Linda Taylor .... costumer: women
Mike Termini .... costumer: men
Editorial Department
Edward P. Ancona Jr. .... color consultant (as Edward P. Ancona)
Marvin Coil .... supervising editor
Ann Hagerman .... assistant editor
Kay Suffern .... negative cutter
Music Department
Fred Prior .... music editor
Other crew
Don Balluck .... executive story consultant
Blanche Hanalis .... developed for television by
Erika Wernher .... script supervisor
Gary L. Wohlleben .... production controller (as Gary Wohlleben)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Blanche Hanalis  developed for television by
Ande Lamb 

Produced by
Winston Miller .... producer (7 episodes 1974)
Makeup Department
Lynn F. Reynolds .... makeup artist (7 episodes 1982) (as Lynn Reynolds)
Gladys Witten .... hair stylist (8 episodes 1977 and 4 episodes 1981)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Buck Edwards .... second assistant director (episode "Chicago (1981)" and multiple episodes 1982-1983)
Robert Enrietto .... assistant director (7 episodes 1982-1983)
James B. Greer .... second assistant director (6 episodes 1979-1980)
Ronald Martinez .... assistant director (11 episodes 1982-1983) (as Ron Martinez)
Reid Rummage .... assistant director (21 episodes in seasons 6, 8 and 9)
Sound Department
Marty Church .... foley mixer
Barry Thomas .... sound recordist (13 episodes 1977) (as Barry D. Thomas)
Bob Herron .... stunts
Chuck Hicks .... stunts
Whitey Hughes .... stunts
Loren Janes .... stunts
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Jack Lilley .... stunt coordinator
George Orrison .... stunts
Neil Summers .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Ron Cardarelli .... key grip (1979-1980)
Ron Housiaux .... key grip (1979-1983)
Kenji Takama .... camera intern
Casting Department
Dottie O'Brien .... extras casting
John O'Brien .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dallas D. Dornan .... costumer: men (17 episodes 1982-1983) (as Dallas Dornan)
Music Department
John Massari .... orchestrator (1980-1983)
Other crew
John T. Dugan .... story consultant (9 episodes 1978)
Bill McCamey .... on-set nurse
Michael Thomas Slifkin .... kid's talent coach (1979-1981)
Shirley Ulmer .... script supervisor
Erika Wernher .... script supervisor (4 episodes 1983)
Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
USA:TV-G (some epiosodes)


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Attorney Kindall at your service!, 24 October 2013
Author: Michelle Palmer from United States

Adam has finally (or already?) passed the bar and is officially an attorney. He heads for what he thinks is his new job since the lawyer he met after gaining his sight back promised him a job. But guess what? His word isn't good so Adam and Mary pack their bags, leave the blind school, and move to Walnut Grove.

The family is back together again, but Adam needs work. He gets an unexpected job from a land swindler who sells them land that floods when it rains. But that's okay, because there's a story behind this man. His wife and children come to visit and Adam learns the true story.

It's amazing to see even Mrs. Oleson show mercy on this man and help his family. I guess once in a while even she has a heart...

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