Sep. 11, 1974
60 min.
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.

Little House on the Prairie (1974) Season 7 (1980-1981)

7x01 7 7x01 Laura Ingalls Wilder (1)
Laura finally sets her wedding date, while Eliza Jane finds her own love, for the very first time.
Sep. 22, 1980
7x02 7 7x02 Laura Ingalls Wilder (2)
Almanzo's sister has her heart broken, so she leaves town. Because of Eliza Jane leaving, Laura is hired as the new schoolmarm, so her and Almanzo can go on with their wedding.
Sep. 29, 1980
7x03 7 7x03 A New Beginning
Plans for a new life are threatened when widower Jonathan Garvey and his son are harassed by young toughs.
Oct. 06, 1980
7x04 7 7x04 Fight Team Fight!
Walnut Grove's new football coach thinks winning a game is like winning war and that only winning counts.
Oct. 13, 1980
7x05 7 7x05 The Silent Cry
At the school for the blind, a caretaker shelters two runaway orphans who are facing separation.
Oct. 20, 1980
7x06 7 7x06 Portrait of Love
Annie Crane is a blind woman who is very well known for painting. Her mother shows up one day and wants her back, but Annie refuses because her mother abandoned her.
Oct. 27, 1980
7x07 7 7x07 Divorce, Walnut Grove Style
A jealous Laura moves back with her parents when a pretty acquaintance reenters Almanzo's life.
Nov. 10, 1980
7x08 7 7x08 Dearest Albert, I'll Miss You
Albert lies to impress a pen pal, unaware that she's confined to a wheelchair and doing the same.
Nov. 17, 1980
7x09 7 7x09 The In-Laws
Freight-hauling partners Charles and Almanzo agree on a race to decide the better route between Walnut Grove and Sleepy Eye.
Nov. 24, 1980
7x10 7 7x10 To See The Light (1)
An accident gives Adam his eyesight back, but Mary is worried that he won't love her anymore.
Dec. 01, 1980
7x11 7 7x11 To See The Light (2)
Adam is traveling to apply for a scholarship, but is beaten and robbed on the way, and also gets a fever.
Dec. 08, 1980
7x12 7 7x12 Oleson Versus Oleson
When the people of Walnut Grove attend a hearing regarding a law granting women equal rights in property ownership; the men are hesitant to support it, causing Mrs. Oleson to lead the ...
Jan. 05, 1981
7x13 7 7x13 Come, Let Us Reason Together
Mrs. Oleson meets Percival's parents, and she has an argument with his father over whether Nellie should raise her child as a Jew or a Gentile. Then Nellie gives birth to the baby, ...
Jan. 12, 1981
7x14 7 7x14 The Nephews
Almanzo's brother Royal leaves his sons with him and Laura. The kids turn out to be hard to handle.
Jan. 19, 1981
7x15 7 7x15 Make a Joyful Noise
Joe Kagan moves to Sleepy Eye and gets a job at the school of the blind, mainly because of Hester-Sue, but at first, she doesn't appear to like him.
Jan. 26, 1981
7x16 7 7x16 Goodbye, Mrs. Wilder
Laura quits her job, and allows Mrs. Oleson to take over, but it doesn't go as well as Mrs. Oleson planned.
Feb. 02, 1981
7x17 7 7x17 Sylvia (1)
A girl lives in fear and humiliation after being assaulted by a masked rapist.
Feb. 09, 1981
7x18 7 7x18 Sylvia (2)
In the conclusion, Albert resolves to marry Sylvia, even though her father is determined to take her away.
Feb. 16, 1981
7x19 7 7x19 Blind Justice
Adam's first legal client is a land speculator accused of defrauding Walnut Grove investors.
Feb. 23, 1981
7x20 7 7x20 I Do, Again
Caroline thinks that she is pregnant again, but the doctor reveals the truth: she can't have any more children. Charles takes her to her hometown and they renew their wedding vows. ...
Mar. 02, 1981
7x21 7 7x21 The Lost Ones (1)
Charles and Albert go with the Coopers to make a delivery, but the Coopers are killed in an accident. Charles decides to keep their children in his home for a while.
May. 04, 1981
7x22 7 7x22 The Lost Ones (2)
Reverend Alden finds a home for Cassandra and James Cooper, but the home is unsuitable. Charles later agrees to adopt them.
May. 11, 1981

Season 7 Characters

Charles Ingalls played by Michael Landon
Caroline Ingalls played by Karen Grassle
Mary Ingalls Kendall played by Melissa Sue Anderson
Carrie Ingalls played by Lindsay Greenbush
Carrie Ingalls played by Sidney Greenbush
Laura Ingalls Wilder played by Melissa Gilbert
Albert Quinn Ingalls played by Matthew Labyorteaux
Harriet Oleson played by Scottie MacGregor
Willie Oleson played by Jonathan Gilbert
Almanzo James Wilder played by Dean Butler
Nellie Oleson Dalton played by Alison Arngrim
Grace Ingalls played by Brenda Turnbaugh
Grace Ingalls played by Wendi Turnbaugh
Nels Oleson played by Richard Bull
Dr. Hiram Baker played by Kevin Hagen
Percival Isaac Cohen Dalton played by Steve Tracy
Reverend Robert Alden played by Dabbs Greer
Adam Kendall played by Linwood Boomer
Jonathan Garvey played by Merlin Olsen
Hester-Sue Terhune played by Ketty Lester
Student played by Elisha Rapson
Andrew 'Andy' Garvey played by Patrick Labyorteaux
Melinda Foster played by Ruth Foster
Boy #1 played by Terry Nani
Stage Driver played by Jack Lilley

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Season 7 Videos

Little House On The Prairie: Season 7
Little House On The Prairie: Season 7 (01:06)

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Season 7 Quotes

07x01 - Laura Ingalls Wilder (1) Season 7 / Episode 1: - Laura Ingalls Wilder (1)

Dr. Hiram Baker: Nellie's getting dressed. You can go right in.
Mrs. Oleson: Dressed? Dressed?
Dr. Hiram Baker: Now please, Mrs. Oleson! I can't exactly examine a patient who is fully clothed.
Mrs. Oleson: But Dr. Baker, I brought her in here with an upset stomach! I don't understand why she had to take her clothes off!
Dr. Hiram Baker: I'm sure you don't. Nellie will explain.
Mrs. Oleson: What do you mean Nellie will explain?
Dr. Hiram Baker: Yes. She wanted to be the one to tell you.
Mrs. Oleson: Tell me? Oh no... [Cries] Oh Dear no! Oh my...
Dr. Hiram Baker: Mrs. Oleson...
Mrs. Oleson: Oh... [cries] My poor baby. Isn't there anything you can do?
Dr. Hiram Baker: I'm afraid not.
Mrs. Oleson: Oh... How long?
Dr. Hiram Baker: Six months. At the most.
Nellie Oleson: Mother!
Mrs. Oleson: It's alright, doctor. I'll be alright. She'll need me now. I'll be strong.
Nellie Oleson: Mother...
Mrs. Oleson: Yes, My Darling?
Nellie Oleson: I'm going to have a baby! [Clunk is heard]
07x05 - The Silent Cry Season 7 / Episode 5: - The Silent Cry

Houston Lamb: Well... I guess folks think I'm gettin' senile.
Michael: What's senile?
Houston Lamb: Well, that's a pruddy good question. I 'spect it's a word that most folks use so they won't have to pay no mind what old folks think. You know what I mean?
Michael: [after some small talk] Well, most folks don't pay no mind to what we think either, Guess that makes us all three senile, don't it?
Houston Lamb: [smiles] Yeah, I reckon so.
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Season 7 Trivia

  • Episode 08 - Goof (anachronisms): When Albert becomes pen pals with Leslie, it is around 1880 to 1881. Leslie tells Albert in her letters that she is captain of the basketball team. This is impossible, since basketball was not invented until 1891, ten years after Albert and Leslie became pen pals.
  • Episode 17 - Goof (revealing mistake): Near the end of Part 1, Dr. Baker tells Mr. Webb that his daughter, Sylvia, is pregnant, as Mr. Webb hangs up the phone, we can see that the earpiece is totally made of wood and there is no "hole"or "holes" in which the person could possible hear the other person.
  • Episode 15 - Goof (anachronisms): At the wedding, Hertzell, his best man and the organist are all wearing suits from the early 1980s.
  • Episode 02 - Goof (anachronisms): In this episode, set in 1885, Charles tells Almanzo, "Being positive is being wrong at the top of your voice." It is a paraphrase of an entry from Ambrose Bierce's "Devil's Dictionary," first published as "The Cynic's Word Book" in 1906.
  • Episode 14 - Goof (anachronisms): While an exact date for this episode is not apparent, it appears to be occurring in the late 19th century. Early in this episode, Royal Wilder offers the "nephews" an Indian nickel if they behave well on their vacation. They then proceed to bargain for a Silver Dollar to split betwee

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