Little House on the Prairie - Season 7

Little House on the Prairie - Season 7

Cast: Michael Landon

     
 

Michael Landon's popular and heartwarming television series, based on the series of books for young people by Laura Ingalls Wilder, was at the peak of its popularity when this cycle of 22 episodes was originally broadcast in 1980 and 1981. Little House on the Prairie: The Complete Season Seven features the episodes "Laura Ingalls Wilder, Part 1, "LauraSee more details below

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Overview

Michael Landon's popular and heartwarming television series, based on the series of books for young people by Laura Ingalls Wilder, was at the peak of its popularity when this cycle of 22 episodes was originally broadcast in 1980 and 1981. Little House on the Prairie: The Complete Season Seven features the episodes "Laura Ingalls Wilder, Part 1, "Laura Ingalls Wilder, Part 2, "A New Beginning, "Fight Team Fight, "The Silent Cry, "Portrait of Love, "Divorce, Walnut Grove Style, "Dearest Albert, I'll Miss You, "The In-Laws, "To See the Light, Part 1, "To See the Light, Part 2, "Oleson Versus Oleson, "Come, Let Us Reason Together, "The Nephews, "Make a Joyful Noise, "Goodbye, Mrs. Wilder, "Sylvia, Part 1, "Sylvia, Part 2, "Blind Justice, "I Do, Again, "The Lost Ones, Part 1, and "The Lost Ones, Part 2." The set also includes interviews with cast members Dean Butler and Alison Arngrim; Arngrim also contributes an audio commentary for the episode "Come, Let Us Reason Together."

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Even by this beloved series' own heart-wrenching standards, life in Walnut Grove takes many dramatic turns in the seventh season. Laura gets married to Almanzo and promptly faces a financial crisis. Adam miraculously regains his sight and becomes a lawyer. A considerably nicer Nellie gives birth. Caroline learns she can no longer bear children. There are orphans to be relocated, an abandoned daughter to be reunited with her mother, and an emotionally distant football hero father who risks estrangement from his more sensitive son. In one of the series' most harrowing episodes, the Emmy-nominated two-parter, "Sylvia," a masked rapist stalks one of Adam's classmates. After all this tumult, it's always a nice change of pace when Little House kicks back with a comedic episode. In "The In-Laws," getting there is all the fun as Charles and his new son-in-law bet to see which route to the town of Sleepy Eye (Mt. Pilot to Walnut Grove's Mayberry) is fastest. Through it all, Little House, based on the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, steadfastly extols the virtues of hard work, independence, honesty, responsibility, and tolerance, as the loathsome Mrs. Oleson struggles to come to term with her daughter's Jewish husband and his parents. Michael Landon, the heart and soul of this series, wrote and/or directed many of this season's most memorable episodes, including the two-parters, "Laura Ingalls Wilder," "To See the Light," "Sylvia," and "The Lost Ones." He also helmed the season finale, which adds two new young members to the Ingalls brood, including future Arrested Development star Jason Bateman, then 12 years old. "The Little House would be full," Laura narrates, "full of love." Not exactly subtle, but that's the kind of heartfelt sentiment that continues to make this home a welcome one to revisit with the family.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/03/2007
UPC:
0069458121637
Rating:
NR
Source:
Imports
Region Code:
123
Time:
17:00:00
Sales rank:
36,681

Special Features

Closed Caption; Exclusive interviews with Dean Butler (Almanzo Wilder) and Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson); Audio commentary by Alison Arngrim; Interactive quiz: Season 7 trivia challenge

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