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
Adapted for television by screenwriter Blanche Hanalis. She would continue to receive a front line "Developed For Television" credit in every episode of the series, although she had no further involvement with the show beyond her pilot script. See more »
Charles and family were saying goodbye to Mr. Edwards. As Mr. Edwards is walking behind the Ingalls' wagon to leave, you can see a crew member moving out of the way from the other side of the wagon. It's quick, so you have to look for it. See more »
Look at it. Just look at it. Green and rich. There will be waters in those foothills and trees. We're home, Caroline. We're home!
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In Germany there are two different dubbed versions. The first one was only shown once on TV (on 30 May 1976). The second one was released on video in the 1980s and never shown on TV. See more »
I'm nearly 40 years old, I love Little House on the Prairie. I didn't watch too much of it 20 years ago, but totally enjoy watching 2 hours every week-day morning. I actually set my clock to wake up during the summer months, so I don't miss any shows, even though I've seen them all several times. It is a clean show. I say by far, this is my favorite show on tv.
I would love to see a 2000 reunion with all the surviving cast members. I think the Oleson's are pretty cool people. I love the on-going "fussing" with the Ingall's & the Oleson's. I truly hope they don't take this show off the air.
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