Item description for Little House on the Prairie - Special Edition Movie Boxed Set (Look Back to Yesterday / Bless All the Dear Children / The Last Farewell) by Michael Landon & Melissa Gilbert...
Overview Although the beloved family drama, Little House on the Prairie, ran its course in March 1983, there were three addition movies made due to popular demand. Look Back at Yesterday (Dec 1983) Charles Ingalls returns to Walnut Grove. During his stay, he learns that Albert, a doctor in training, has contracted a blood disease that is nearly always fatal. Also, an economic recession that threatens to destroy the community. Bless All the Dear Children (Dec 1984) Rose, Laura and Almanzo's infant daughter, is kidnapped during Christmas. The family discovers that she was stolen by a woman who was longing to have a child of her own. The Last Farewell (Feb 1984) This final adventure finds Walnut Grove being purchased by an evil miner. Rather than being thrown off their land, the townsfolk exact a more spectacular method of leaving their beloved town.
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Actors: Michael Landon, Melissa Gilbert
Format: Box set, Color, DVD, Special Edition, NTSC
Region Code: 1 (USA & Canada Only)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Running Time: 360.00 minutes
Record Label Lionsgate
Format Box set / Color / DVD / Special Edition
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 1.5" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series Little House On The Prairie
ISBN 1400313651 ISBN13 X069458173834 UPC 069458173834
Reviews - What do customers think about Little House on the Prairie - Special Edition Movie Boxed Set (Look Back to Yesterday / Bless All the Dear Children / The Last Farewell)?
too upsetting for me... Feb 8, 2008
As a huge fan of the Little House series and all of the characters on the show, I found the movie series just too upsetting for me. Why did it have to end this way? It's too much to take. When something went wrong in the television series, there was always a light at the end of the tunnel... something wonderful that came out of the darkness. Here, in these movies, there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Only tragedy and sorrow. I really wish I'd never watched them. If you are sensitive to this sort of thing, I would encourage you to avoid these movies.
Little House on the Prairie/Special Movie Edition Jan 24, 2008
The product arrived in a timely manner and in excellent condition. I am really enjoying spending time with the Ingalls family.
little house on the prairie special collection Jan 14, 2008
this is the ending of a great show i watched it when i was younger and was very happy to be able to finish my collection with this one.
Classic... Dec 22, 2007
Your Little House on the Prairie DVD collection won't be complete without this final set. I bought my daughters' all of the regular season sets, but failed to pick this one up somehow. NOW with this set the collection will be complete... YEAH!
A remarkable finish to the most remarkable and classic show in TV history! Dec 10, 2007
In these three Little House movies, intended to wrap up the show completely, Michael Landon definitely stayed true to his fans as well as his phenomenan... Little House On The Praire. Like any episode, Look Back to Yesterday, Bless All the Dear Children and The Last Farewell will touch your heart, water your eye's, and leave you with the feeling that you have touched something beautiful.