Little House on the Prairie: Laura Ingalls Wilder, Part 1

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The first episode of Little House on the Prairie's two-part season-seven opener takes place some six months after the end of season six. Although Nellie Oleson Alison Arngrim has wed Percival Dalton Steve Tracy, her childhood rival, Laura Ingalls Melissa Gilbert, must still wait until she is 17 before she can marry Almanzo Wilder Dean Butler. Alas, Almanzo has been tricked into squandering all his money on a crooked land deal and must postpone the wedding even further -- and when Laura offers to help him out ...
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Overview

The first episode of Little House on the Prairie's two-part season-seven opener takes place some six months after the end of season six. Although Nellie Oleson Alison Arngrim has wed Percival Dalton Steve Tracy, her childhood rival, Laura Ingalls Melissa Gilbert, must still wait until she is 17 before she can marry Almanzo Wilder Dean Butler. Alas, Almanzo has been tricked into squandering all his money on a crooked land deal and must postpone the wedding even further -- and when Laura offers to help him out financially by taking a teaching job, he won't hear of it. Meanwhile, romance comes into the life of Almanzo's schoolmarm sister, Eliza Jane Lucy Lee Flippin, in the form of hired hand Harv Miller James Cromwell.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/5/2002
  • UPC: 018713073822
  • Original Release: 1980
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  • Source: Good Times Video
  • Format: VHS

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Laura Ingalls Wilder Source Author
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great story!

    This is one of the most endearing of the Little House series. Michael Landon captures the heart of praire life and the enduring theme of love in the special title. The story follows the heartache and joy of two love stories; and Laura weds Almanzo - a must see for Little House fans!

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