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 excit... more »ing and touching adventures, while new viewers will discover the Ingalls' unconquerable courage to build a new way of life. The series, nominated for 17 Emmy Awards and 3 Golden Globes, has become a TV milestone. The Complete Seventh Season - 1980-1981 The season starts with Laura and Almanzo's much-anticipated wedding - The Garveys move to Sleepy Eye to run a business - Laura suspects Almanzo of having an affair with her friend - Almanzo and Mr. Ingalls expand their business to Sleepy Eye - Adam's sight returns. He and Mary move back to Walnut Grove and set up a law practice - Mrs. Ingalls leads the women in favor of a referendum concerning fair property rights for married women - Mr. Percival and Mrs. Oleson disagree very strongly on the subject of their grandchild's upbringing - Mrs. Oleson takes over as teacher after Laura quits - Albert falls in love with Sylvia and faces many difficult challenges - Cassandra and James become orphans after their parents are killed in an accident. Charles considers making them part of his family. These and many other exciting adventures from the entire seventh season are presented in this Special Collector's Edition!« less
Debbie R. from FISHER, IL Reviewed on 11/5/2009...
Always a favorite of mine for years, I love Little House on the Prairies dvds!
You can watch them with out having to cover your ears or eyes!
John P. from MUSKEGON, MI Reviewed on 10/8/2009...
One of the best tv shows ever made
Vital season for fans!
A. Grace | Michigan | 01/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This season contains many turning points for our favorite characters: Almanzo and Laura are married; the Garveys move away from Walnut Grove; Adam regains his sight; Percival and Nellie have twins; Charles and Caroline adopt orphaned James and Cassandra. In addition to the character developments, this season also includes some classic moments of poignancy or humor, including Albert's growing up (first with a penpal who conceals that she is in a wheelchair, then with his plan to marry troubled, illicitly pregnant Sylvia) and the doomed picture window that Laura breaks three times in demonstrations of anger at her new husband.
And now, the episodes, first aired from September 22, 1980 to May 11, 1981):
Laura Ingalls Wilder (parts 1 & 2) A New Beginning Fight Team Fight! The Silent Cry Portrait of Love Divorce, Walnut Grove Style Dearest Albert, I'll Miss You The In-Laws To See the Light (parts 1 & 2) Oleson versus Oleson Come, Let Us Reason Together The Nephews Make a Joyful Noise Goodbye, Mrs. Wilder Sylvia (parts 1 & 2) Blind Justice I Do, Again The Lost Ones (parts 1 & 2)"
Will we get lucky in Season 7?
Jamie Teddy | 11/02/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Season 7 will be released in February 2005 and should contain the following episodes. This is the season where Laura and Almonzo wed, Adam Kendal regains his eyesight, Percival's parents are introduced with their Jewish faith, Caroline is no longer able to conceive children, and we meet James and Cassandra Cooper after their parents are killed. I truly hope that they will interview Karen Grassle on this seasons Special Features. Will we be so lucky in Season 7?
LAURA INGALLS WILDER (PART ONE) September 22, 1980 LAURA INGALLS WILDER (PART TWO) September 29, 1980 A NEW BEGINNING October 6, 1980 FIGHT, TEAM, FIGHT October 13, 1980 THE SILENT CRY October 20, 1980 PORTRAIT OF LOVE October 27, 1980 DIVORCE, WALNUT GROVE STYLE November 10, 1980 DEAREST ALBERT, I'LL MISS YOU November 17, 1980 THE IN-LAWS November 24, 1980 TO SEE THE LIGHT (PART ONE) December 1, 1980 TO SEE THE LIGHT (PART TWO) December 8, 1980 THE LITTLE HOUSE YEARS (THREE HOUR EPISODE) December 22, 1980 OLESON VERSUS OLESON January 5, 1981 COME, LET US REASON TOGETHER January 12, 1981 THE NEPHEWS January 19, 1981 MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE January 26, 1981 GOODBYE MRS. WILDER February 2, 1981 SYLVIA (PART ONE) February 9, 1981 SYLVIA (PART TWO) February 16, 1981 BLIND JUSTICE February 23, 1981 I DO, AGAIN March 2, 1981 THE LOST ONES (PART ONE) May 4, 1981 THE LOST ONES (PART TWO) May 11, 1981"
Sad and Wonderful
A. Grace | 01/13/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I really liked this season. I have almost all of them. And this is the most memorable and funny one yet. Laura and Almanzo get married. Eliza Jane moves away. The Garveys move away to Sleepy Eye. A new football coach comes to town and takes it so far that the team wants to quit and Albert gets hurt. There are a few episodes in Sleepy Eye with the Garvey's, And the Kendalls. After a few mishaps Laura suspects that Almanzo is having a love affair with one of her friends. Albert gets a penpal that he lies too. About being the tallest and everything. He wants to say he's sorry in person so he visits her and finds out she lied about everything too. Almanzo and Charles want to expand their buisness but they don't get along when trying to do so. Adam regains his sight and decides he wants to be a lawyer. The married women of Walnut Grove are upset to find out that everything that is theirs now belongs to thier husbands. They start a petition which leads to a rebellion. Percivals Parents come to town and his father and Mrs. Oleson argue about the grandchild being a christian or a jew. Almanzo's brother Royal leaves his two wacky kids with the Wilders while they go on vacation. Laura quits teaching after Mrs. Oleson suggests the school adds "French", and "Art Aprecciation." Mrs. Oleson takes over the school and the kids end up hating it. (No wonder) Adam and Mary move back to Walnut Grove so Adam can start a law practice there. Caroline believes she's pregnant until Doc Baker tells her she'll never again have children. She gets very upset and Charles takes her back to her hometown for a vacation. Charles and Albert are traveling with the Cooper family when the parents get killed. After alot of stress the Ingalls find a home for the children James and Cassandra. Until they realize that adopting them was the right thing and they do. This is all of Season 7. It has some special features: Exclusive interviews with Dean Butler (Almanzo Wilder) and Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson-Dalton). Audio Commentary with Alison Arngrim, Author and Journalist Patrick Loubatiere sits with friends Dean Butler and Alison Arngrim and discuss's the television program. Quizz for Season 7. I enjoyed this season and i hope you do too. Buy it soon before you're nerves drive you crazy."
J. Armerding | Washington State | 04/08/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was in Grade Eight when this season aired and in a small class of maybe 40 girls total. The morning after the Sylvia program showed (Part 1) it was ALL we talked about. I kind of wish I had talked to my parents about it. I was freaked out and had never heard of such a thing, but looking back I am glad I had my classmates to discuss it, had a week in between the first episode and the second episode to reflect on it, and also got exposed to the fact that many children were not as safe as I was in my growing up. Now, remember I was 13 at the time! I would not allow my children younger than 13 to watch this program, and I have 4 of them. I guess my point in writing this review is to remember the social context in which these episodes were written. It may LOOK like the 1870's, but it was in fact the 1970's and there were all sorts of changes going on, including people starting to TALK about abuse and deal with it out in the open.
So glad so many people are enjoying ALL the LHOTP programmes with their kids all over again."
Thank you to the Mom who cares
RDLMS | Thompson Falls, MT | 08/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am probably one of the biggest Little House fans ever! Growing up in the 80's I think all of us girls were. I think there is only one episode I haven't seen and I have the whole series seasons 1-6 so far, and save to get the next one. But I wanted to say thank you to the mom who wrote the review for the Sylvia episode. I had seen that as a kid and forgot about it. I have a 4 year old daughter and we watch together all the time. I would have let her watch it not even questioning it. It is Little House after all, you can't get more wholesome than that!!! My 7 year old son also watches with us and I would have not wanted him to see that. So thank you so much for the reminder. Truly Appreciated, from one mom to the other!"