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on March 8, 2017
We purchased the complete 9 seasons of Little House On The Prairie (bundle) and watching all 9 seasons we noticed that many episodes were missing. We did some research only to discover the missing episodes were actually not episodes at all, they were TV MOVIES so they were not included in the 9 seasons of Little House On The Prairie (bundle). After searching the internet for hours we finally found this Little House on the Prairie - Special Edition Movie Boxed Set which contained all the missing content. Our Little House on the Prairie collection is now complete and we could not be happier.
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on May 2, 2018
This was a birthday gift for my wife, as it is one of her all-time favorite shows and one I have enjoyed watching with her. However, this is not a review of the actual show.

This box-set is very complete, including the pilot and other movies and all the episodes. And they are nicely packaged by season inside the outer box. I am talking about nice tri-folds with imagery from the show.

But the real draw for me was that outer box, with its cabin imagery. My wife pointed out the dog sitting there and the family in the windows. She just loves it, as it sits prominently on her family blanket box in our great room.

I do not really display my special/limited edition games/movies, but for someone who really loves this show, premium packaging, and attention to detail, this set is a homerun.
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on August 14, 2013
LHP = Little House on the Prarie.

OK, so I'm a BIG fan of LHP. I have every episode every made and have seen each one over and over for the past 4 years running and I'm STILL not tired of watching it. (I know that sounds cray, but it's true!)

These episodes reflect the "reaching" that often occurs in Hollywood when a series stuggles to maintain its status and appeal to the masses. The writing is there (yawn) the stories are predictable somewhat and are even unbelievable at some points, given this is supposed to be the 1800's....but what can ya do?

I "love" it because I was able to get all three episodes to complete my collection all at once and it met my expectations completely.

If you know "LHP" like I know "LHP" then you'll love it too. Michael Landon still produces, writes and directs so the consistency is there for you ML fans...it's a great "finish" to the entire series and "caps the well" for this type of genre to ensure there could be no other like it or no other "Walnut Grove of the 21st Century" coming soon to a small screen near you. ( :-) )

LRE II
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on April 7, 2018
Little House has always been one of my all-time favourite series. Quality of DVD was very poor unfortunately! I received the package three days ago and am halfway through Season 1. Three out of five DVDs were faulty so far. I do hope I'll have better luck with the rest of the package!!!
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on August 15, 2007
I'm a devoted Little House fan. it stands to reason I;'d have to own this final chapter of the most wonderful program ever produced for television. Now this completes my LHOTP set. If you're a die hard fan like myself, or even a casual viewer, you'll want to own this box set. these movies are some of the series most powerful ever. In A Look Back To Yesterday, Matthew Labortaux gives an incredibly heartwrenching performance. Have the Kleenex handy, you'll need it! Michael Landon, as always, delivered a moving performance, (the man was brilliant, what more can I say!) as does Melissa Gilbert. Bless The Dear Children was entertaining, although I'll admit I thought it might have more of a climactic ending, but very enjoyable and watchable in my opinion. My favorite of the three however is The Last Farewell. This was an explosive (no pun intended lol) ending to the most beloved series ever. The acting and the story was unparallel. I loved it from start to finsish. As a bonus the interviews with the two Melissas was wonderful too. get this set if you haven't done so already! Little House was the most wonderful series ever on television.
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on May 29, 2014
I Feel I've Got a Used Season Of This Collection!!! When You Look at The Case It's Came In It's Like It's Been a Used From Past, or Sit For Quite Some Time When Looking at The (Case/Box) it came in you can see that someone used it as a surface to jot notes on and it's been nicked up a bit!! The Dvd's However Do Play Great and For That Part I'm Happy, but I also wasn't too pleased how the package was wrapped in a too big of a box and wasn't wrapped with bubble wrap too loose in the package it came in!! Thanks David
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VINE VOICEon July 31, 2002
This double feature's first episode finds Albert employed by a guest character we've never heard from before (and never will again): Mr. Singerman, a Jewish coffin maker. "The Craftsman" becomes typical Little House fare as Albert must stand against the prejudice of the Larrabee boys, who rough him up and call him a "Jew lover," and as Laura must confront her unwillingness to get involved. Wise Mr. Singerman teaches Albert some important lessons about work ethic and judging others, and any fan of the show expects the somewhat melodramatic ending. This episode features Don "Red" Barry as the ultra-bigoted Larrabee, and is largely watchable for one of the only full laughs ever heard from Nels Oleson in the history of the show.

The second episode has more to recommend it than the first. "The Christmas They Never Forgot" is a beautiful holiday show that finds our favorite characters snowbound in the Ingalls home on Christmas Eve, swapping stories of their favorite childhood Christmases. Caroline shares her memories of a rainy holiday with a stepfather she didn't want; Almanzo remembers the year Santa Claus gave his brother Royal no presents; and those who have seen the premiere episode will recall, along with Laura, the Ingalls family's first Christmas in Kansas. But perhaps the dearest Christmas memory is Hester Sue's, as she recounts a year that she was convinced Santa Claus had "a white beard and a white face," and that black children never got gifts from him. Her father kept her faith alive with a sweet deception that she would not discover for many years later.

This Little House double feature earns an average of four stars-three for "The Craftsman," five for "Christmas They Never Forgot." How the Powers That Be choose which episodes to restore to DVD remains a mystery to me, but at least one of these is a true classic.
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on July 21, 2013
We own all 10 seasons of the Little house series, but hesitated on buying the last season because we knew how it was going to end and did not want to watch such a good series that we have grown up watching end the way it did. However we finally said we have to have it to complete our collection. The first DVD, Looking back to Yesterday , was a bit depressing but it is a typical Little House episode. The second DVD, Bless all the dear children, was okay but kinda cheesy at times and the final DVD , The Last Farewell, I thought could have been a little more dramatic considering they were about to destroy their town and leave their homes but over all it ended with symbolism as of burying an old friend as the pastor says at the end. And hope of starting over . I would recommend buying this season and all the 10 seasons of Little House on the Prairie.
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on November 13, 2013
I love this series and am so glad to finally be able to watch the final episode of the series as I've only seen it one time and that was when the series was on t.v. and not on the re-runs. To get the three special episodes and bonus footage made this a wonderful purchase. I often will put this series on my timer to record on the DVR but now having it, I can watch it anytime. Great series and excellent quality of discs in this set for a great price.
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on August 27, 2014
I always enjoyed "Little House " when it was on TV. I have been very intrigued by the series again since my great granddaughter checked out one of the books from the Library at school. Many years ago I had bought a set of the books, which I had forgotten about, and I gave them to her at Christmas. She reads them to us each time she visits. I have purchases series 1 & 2 and look forward to others. It was nice to find the Special Edition Series.Laura was born in 1867 and died in 1957. Can you imagine the
changes she was privy to experience?
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