Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 11, 1974
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network

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Little House on the Prairie (1974)

The series, set in the towns of Walnut Grove in Plumb Creek, Minnesota, during during the 1870s, follows events in the lives of the pioneering Ingalls family. Their experiences as homesteaders in the vastly unsettled frontier are viewed through the eyes of Laura Ingalls, the second-born daughter.

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TV Movie: Bless All the Dear Children Aired: Dec. 17, 1984

Rose is kidnapped by a woman who wants a child of her own.

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The show had 9 seasons and 211 episodes air between 1974 and 1983.

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A spin-off series Little House: A New Beginning is added as the last, 9th season.

Three made-for-tv movie sequels followed: Little House: Look Back to Yesterday (1983), Little House: Bless All the Dear Children (1983), and Little House: The Last Farewell (1984).

Two other movies are: The 1974 pilot and Little House Years (1979), a Thanksgiving special/clip show that aired in the middle of Season 6.

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  • Michael Landon had a unique way of inspiring child actors to cry when required for a scene. Melissa Gilbert described how he would work himself up emotionally, face her with his eyes full of…
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    Michael Landon had a unique way of inspiring child actors to cry when required for a scene. Melissa Gilbert described how he would work himself up emotionally, face her with his eyes full of tears and ask her, "Do you know how much I love you?" to which she would get all teary and emotional in response.
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  • Goof (plot holes): There is no episode or part of one to show how the blind school Adam, Mary, and Hester Sue ran was taken over by someone else. This, however, will later be spoken about by…
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    Goof (plot holes): There is no episode or part of one to show how the blind school Adam, Mary, and Hester Sue ran was taken over by someone else. This, however, will later be spoken about by Hester Sue in "Second Chance."
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  • Melissa Gilbert sang a disco version of "If They Could See Me Now" on a Dick Clark special in 1978.
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