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Subject: Re: Little House on the Prairie A Decade of Memories Sat Jan 03, 2009 1:02 pm
this clip was on a long (yet very interesting!!) document on Michael Landon that was a special feature for the first season of Highway To Heaven. I had no idea that Michael had such a sense of humor and some of the clips of his mistakes on the Little House set were hilarious and made me laugh alot! it was also neat to see a grown up Matthew Laborteaux in this clip, I still can recognize the boy in him that was Albert Ingalls for so many episodes! thanks so much for posting this clip, Susie! I really enjoyed watching it!!
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Subject: Re: Little House on the Prairie A Decade of Memories Tue Jan 06, 2009 3:30 am
It's from Little House on the Prairie - Pilot Movie. Vid clips links below.
When the Big Woods of Wisconsin becomes a difficult spot for hunting, Charles Ingalls reluctantly decides to move his family to Kansas's more open and fertile land. Leaving their beloved relatives proves to be devastating, but the resiliency of the Ingalls spirit reigns supreme as they head out in their covered wagon. Along the way, Charles falls in love with the lush openness of the Indian Territory, and he quickly settles there with his wife and three young daughters. A kindly man named Isaiah Edwards helps Charles build a house, and Laura develops an instant fondness for him, but Caroline takes longer to accept his gruff nature. Joyous times are mixed with sad ones as the family deals with wolves, Christmas celebrations, Indian encounters, new births, fires, and above all, the unnerving realization that maintaining a stable, permanent homestead is not as easy as it looks, especially when they have decided to place their footprints on Native American soil.