Are you a fan of Little House on the Prairie? I have been a fan for as long as the show has been on television. I used to watch it faithfully with my sister when we were younger. I enjoyed it up until the Ingalls family moved away and a new family took over their home. From that point on I lost interest in the series. Even now I really don’t care about Little House on the Prairie: A New Beginning. I never connected with the newer characters.
Little House on the Prairie is mostly known for it’s series, but occasionally they did air special movies featuring the characters from the series.
A newly released DVD includes other Little House on the Prairie movies. The new DVD (also available on Digital HD) is entitled Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection.
Celebrate the series that stole America’s heart when Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection arrives on DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD September 13 from Lionsgate. Say farewell to this legendary western drama with three movie adventures: Look Back to Yesterday, Bless All the Dear Children, and The Last Farewell. These restored and remastered movies will be available individually on Digital HD and the Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.
The story of the Ingalls family concludes with these three heartwarming movies—newly restored and remastered for optimal sound and picture quality. Rediscover the timeless adventure of “Little House on the Prairie” as Albert displays courage in the face of a serious illness; Laura and Almanzo race to find their missing baby daughter; and the community of Walnut Grove unites to defend its town in these inspiring and exciting moments that fans will treasure.
This movie collection has a run time of about five hours.
I am familiar with the movie Bless All the Dear Children when Laura and Almanzo’s daughter, Rose, gets kidnapped. I knew right away what that one was about because I recognized the title. The other two I didn’t. In all fairness I don’t remember most of the titles/episodes, only a handful. Bless All the Dear Children is one of the ones I remember.
I have never seen Look Back to Yesterday until now. I don’t know how after all these years I missed that episode! It’s a very sad one so you bet have the tissues handy when you watch it.
I believe Look Back to Yesterday is the final episode of the series. That is the one where the people of Walnut Grove do something very drastic when a land developer buys out all of their land.
This is a good assortment of Little House on the Prairie movies. If you are a fan you’ll want to add this DVD to your Little House on the Prairie collection.
Look for Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection where ever DVDs are sold.
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