On Halloween, Albert has a dream where he and Laura are kidnapped by a rogue Indian tribe after they are mistaken as members of a rival tribe.



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Episode credited cast:
Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
Carrie Ingalls (as Lindsay Sidney Greenbush)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Aguilar ...
Brave #1
Dick Alexander ...
Henry Bal ...
Chief Sly Fox (as Henry K. Bal)
Dawn Biglay ...
Commander Kaiser (as Phillip Carey)
Ramon Chavez ...
Brave #3


On Halloween, Albert has a dream where he and Laura are kidnapped by a rogue Indian tribe after they are mistaken as members of a rival tribe.

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29 October 1979 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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You can see two sets of reins when Albert is driving the wagon. One set Albert has. The other goes into the wagon. See more »


Albert Quinn Ingalls: What do you think, Ma? Do I look like a chief?
Caroline Ingalls: Well, you either look like a very small chief or a very large chicken.
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Hava Nagila
Traditional Hasidic melody
Words attributed to Avraham Zvi Idelsohn (1918)
Featured in part of the score
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22 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well...what good can I say about this episode? Um...Well...Hmmmm...Okay, I'll admit that parts are entertaining but as Alber said repeatedly...ugh!

First of all, the episode begins with can't-act-Carrie and her little baby voice and baby way of thinking. I never can stand the Carrie scenes. The fact that they discovered she can't act didn't mean she couldn't have been replaced...like with someone who could act? She was little and didn't have many parts at first so I think they could have found somebody.

Second, this is a dream. It's a very odd dream and has a stupid storyline. Not only that, but I don't see Albert dreaming something like this. He was way too intelligent for that! The fact they were trying to tug at heartstrings during the dream just made it that much worse! Charles letting Laura and Albert go back in and save the day - well maybe he could have let that happen in Albert's world since it was a dream...The whole thing was just...odd!

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