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This special double-length installment from the heartwarming family-friendly drama series Little House on the Prairie has been given a simple presentation for its DVD release. Little House on the Prairie: There's No Place Like Home has been transferred to disc in its original full-screen aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The dialogue is in English, and no multiple language options or bonus materials have been included for this ...
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This special double-length installment from the heartwarming family-friendly drama series Little House on the Prairie has been given a simple presentation for its DVD release. Little House on the Prairie: There's No Place Like Home has been transferred to disc in its original full-screen aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The dialogue is in English, and no multiple language options or bonus materials have been included for this edition.
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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
"Life on a farm is kind of tough...leastways, when I finish a day's work, I feel proud." Michael Landon wrote and directed this two-part gem from Little House on the Prairie's fifth season, which completes the story arc begun in the series opener, "As Long as We're Together." Life in the city is too much for the Ingalls, Oleson, and Garvey families, who miss the simpler life. But their return to Walnut Grove is bittersweet. The town, ravaged by the elements and hard times, is in desperate need of rebuilding, and its venerable founder has lost the will to live. But Little House is all about community, and in the spirit-lifting finale, the townspeople rally to reclaim Walnut Grove. One of the series' best episodes features guest star Ray Bolger (the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz) as an unfortunate city character who wins the lottery but is swindled out of his $5,000 prize by the unrepentantly mean Mr. Standish. Another benchmark moment: Alfred, the orphaned scamp, joins the Ingalls family.
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  • Release Date: 11/4/2003
  • UPC: 069458120937
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  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 0
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Piece of triva about Bolger

    Actually, they were kinda right in the review! Ray Bolger WAS originally the Tin Man in The Wizard of Oz. Many people don't know this. Bolger was cast as the Tin Man and Buddy Epsen was cast as the Scarecrow. However, Bolger really wanted the part of the Scarecrow (both because of the physical skills it'd require and because of his love of that character from the silent version). Epsen just wanted to be in the movie, so he didn't mind switching. So, to the person who complained about the listing above, rest easy. They didn't get it as wrong as you think they did! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Scarecrow NOT the Tin Man

    The description states that the actor who played the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz is in this episode. This is not true. Anyone who has ever watched this episode knows for a fact that he obviously played the SCARECROW... and I am not even going to leave a comment about poor Albert. OK I will. He is indeed Albert. Just Albert. That's right. What's right? See ya. Then he became Albert Ingalls. Eventually, he discovered he was the son of Jeremy Quinn but he remained an Ingalls. Until one day a catatonic Mary began to scream MY BABY when Albert gave her a music box and played it to ease his guilt about the fire (moment of silence please) and we soon discovered the depth of how Albert's voice was changing when he screeched, I DIDN'T MEAN IT and ran out crying... He decided to search for his biological papa (as Jeremy Quinn once yelled, I am his papa, until Albert faked being blind to live with the Ingalls who were then able to adopt him). So anyway, Albert decides to be Albert Quinn which could lead to another Dr Quinn living in the 19th century but that is another television show... but of course after getting the scoop of Albert's involvement in the snitching of Mr Potts pipe. Jonathan Garvey and Charles Ingalls track down Albert who played little Charles who courted little Caroline as well as playing the fiddle on a row boat for his ma also named Laura who the yungin Laura was named after because of her dancing feet but those are other episodes... Anyway, Albert remained Albert Ingalls. Remember the family tree he made for school?!! So, it is Albert. Of course it is Albert. Anyone who even looks up this DVD knows it and has enjoyed reading my silly comments and also knows that it is the scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz who won $5,000 who gambled it all away but got to enjoy the $100 worth of fireworks with the town anyway thanks to the Standish kid lighting one up which lead to everything firing out the windows of the saloon and Mr Standish running around town for WAATAH because his building's on FI-YAH... This is indeed a classic Little House on the Prairie moment that I always look forward to seeing in this episode. I even enjoy the look and gesture that the infamous Mr Toby Noe gives Albert when the fireworks are lighting up the town. Without a doubt, you will see that he is indeed the scarecrow who gave the same look and gesture to Dorothy when they first saw the Emerald City as they emerged from the woods skipping along the yellow brick road...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    albert not alfred

    the movie itself is great. However in the review for the film it keeps listing one of the title characters as 'Alfred,' However his name is Albert!

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