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In The Complete Second Season (1975-1976), Charles must work at several jobs to pay off their debts while the entire family pitches in - Laura makes a new friend and helps him get over his grief - Charles promises a dying widow that he will care for her three children - Walnut Grove sees the opening of its first bank - Mary becomes the pride and joy of the town - The sensitive subject of drug abuse is addressed in the second to last episode entitled "Soldiers Return." These and all of the other exciting adventures from the entire Second Season are presented, uncut and in their original form, in this Collector's Edition! 6 DVDs, Closed captions. Approx. 18 hours.
- Interactive Full Motion Menu
- Character Profiles
- The Ingalls Photo Album
- The "Little House" Episode Quiz
Vendor: Lionsgate Home Entertainment
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Series: Little House on the Prairie
Best known for its life-affirming lessons and heartwarming adventures, "Little House on the Prairie" made its TV debut in 1974 and significantly altered the landscape of television. Loyal fans will relive these exciting and touching adventures, while new viewers will discover the Ingalls unconquerable courage to build a new life. The series, nominated for 17 Emmy Awards and 3 Golden Globes, has become a TV milestone.
The Complete Second Season (1975-1976) includes:
- Charles must work at several jobs to pay off their debts while the entire family pitches in
- Laura makes a new friend and helps him get over his grief
- Mary becomes the pride and joy of the town
- Charles promises a dying widow that he will care for her three children
Steven CohnCAROL STREAM ILL.Age: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5June 15, 2010Steven CohnCAROL STREAM ILL.Age: 45-54Gender: maleYOU KNOW, I CAN REMEMBER L.H. ON TV WHEN I WAS GROWING UP IN THE 70'S. BUT ONCE AGAIN MY PARENTS NEVER WATCHED IT SO I NEVER GOT TO WATCH IT BACK THEN. NOW THAT WE ARE WELL INTO SEASON TWO, I CAN HONESTLY SAY "WHY IN THE WORLD DID I IGNORE THIS FINE TV SHOW?" OF COURSE I DIDNT KNOW THE LORD WAY BACK THEN. I WATCHED WHAT MY PARENTS WATCHED. I HAVE COME TO GREATLY RESPECT AND ADMIRE THE LATE MICHAEL LANDON IN THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS AS I HAVE COME TO REALIZE THE HIGH QUALITY FAMILY TV SERIES HE BOTH PRODUCED AND ACTED IN. IT MAKES ME WANT TO RESEARCH HIS LIFE AND KNOW MORE ABOUT HIM. I REMEMBER WHEN HIS ILLNESS WAS MADE PUBLIC AND WHEN HE LOST THE BATTLE. WE LOVE VICTOR FRENCH'S PERSONALITY IN THE SERIES. I WONDER IF HE IS STILL WITH US? L.H. IS REALLY A WONDERFUL GOOD OLE DAY TV PROGRAM FROM THE SEVENTIES WHEN YOU COULD STILL ALLOW YOUR KIDS TO WATCH WITHOUT WORRYING WHAT THEY ARE EXPOSED TO. I STILL CANT BELIEVE I WAS SO IGNORANT OF THIS FINE SHOW THAT MY WHOLE FAMILY IS ENJOYING. WE ARE ALSO ENJOYING ANOTHER MICHAEL LANDON TV SHOW FROM THE 80'S "HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN" THE PURCHASE PRICE IS WELL WORTH THE INVESTMENT AS IT IS PROVIDING WHOLESOME FAITH BASED EVENING ENTERTAINMENT FOR MY FAMILY. THANK YOU FOR SELLING THIS PRODUCT. THE COHN FAMILY.
M. Joe Ann Winkler5 Stars Out Of 5March 20, 2009M. Joe Ann WinklerIt was such a pleasure to see these old series again by DVDs. It is such good entertainment and can be shown to adults and children I am anxious to get all of the old series. Little House on the Praire will never grow old.
Alonzo Bisson5 Stars Out Of 5February 7, 2008Alonzo BissonWe laugh, we cry, they bring us together. My "Laura" will be getting her first prairie dress, sleeping cap and matching doll outfit next week. Great stuff.
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