Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection

Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection
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As a child of the ‘80s, I always experience a bit of nostalgia whenever I see childhood favs being brought back to life. You can imagine my excitement when I was made aware of a new Little House on the Prairie DVD.

I can still remember watching this iconic show with my sister and brother. Since the show started the year I was born and ended in 1983, some of the actual details about Little House on the Prairie are bit foggy. What does stand out the most in my memory are the opening credits featuring the girls running down the hill to meet their parent’s wagon.

I loved watching the adventures of the Ingalls family as they managed life in the small American West town of Walnut Grove. I couldn’t wait to see what the Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection, available Sept 13th, had in store for me.

The Legacy Movie Collection is a 2-disc set featuring three digitally remastered movies, Look Back to Yesterday, Bless All the Dear Children, and The Last Farewell. The set also comes with a unique code that allows you to instantly download and stream the collection on your TV, computer, tablet, and phone.

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I guess I should have known these weren’t going to be happy movies since the enclosed program description stated this was the conclusion of the Ingalls family story. But I had no idea how depressing each would be. I started with Disc 2’s Bless All the Dear Children, which takes place at Christmas time. On a trip to buy presents, Laura and Almanzo’s baby daughter is kidnapped by a woman who recently lost her baby.  This movie felt so off from the usual Little House on the Prairie tone. The acting was bad, the story dragged on, and the cheese factor was super high.

Next, I watched disc 1, which featured Look Back to Yesterday and The Last Farewell. In the super depressing Look Back to Yesterday, Albert is faced with a serious illness, yet shows remarked courage. This movie was sad from the get go and not something I would watch again.

In The Last Farewell, the residents of Walnut Grove come together to defend their town against a developer. While this movie was also depressing, it did a good job of finishing up the series and showcasing how progress and greed affected western settlers.

Though these movies are not rated, I wouldn’t recommend watching them with little children, unless they are able to tough subjects like death, being stolen from your parents, and losing your home.  I would only recommend this new Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection to diehard fans who are looking to complete or start their collection.

You can purchase Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection starting September 13th on Amazon and at Walmart.

What’s your favorite Little House on the Prairie moment or character?


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  1. I have never seen Little House on the Prairie, but I remember that my parents loved it. They still talk about it to this day.

  2. Oh how I loved both the show and the books. I always watched it with my mom and it brings back such happy memories for me!

  3. This was one of my favorite tv shows. I’d love to watch this.
    Thank you for the review.

  4. I still watch Little house it is a family favorite here. So many wonderful memories from watching as a family.

  5. My oldest daughter was the biggest LHOTP fan a few years ago after she read all the books! Such great entertainment!

  6. My mom loved this! I’m sure she would love to see this again. I want to get her this collection.

  7. What??! OMG I grew up watching this show how cool they have a legacy movie collection!

  8. Karen Coghlan says:

    Great Timeless Stories… Talk about evergreen content… lol…

  9. I grew up reading these books! How amazing! I need to pick this one up!

  10. rosepetalsinthesea says:

    I’m not sure if I ever really watched Little House on the Prairie, but I know it’s a show that my grandmother really enjoyed. I’ll have to check it out sometime, though, especially since I love watching old movies and TV shows. – HilLesha

  11. I love collecting films, aside from having enough for movie nights I also like the idea of introducing the classic favorites to my kids! This will make a nice addition to our collection. I’m sure my girls will appreciate this especially the one in college.

  12. I remember reading all of the books and watching the TV show as a kid. I would love to get this to share with my daughter when she is older.

  13. Wow, what a super nice collection. I wish I can get a copy, this reminds me so much of my childhood.

  14. I loved this show when I was younger!!! I had no idea they had put it out on DVD now, what a great way for younger generation too.

  15. You made me feel so nostalgic! I really want to watch them again!
    Thank you for the link to purchase the Little House on the Prairie: Legacy Movie Collection

  16. I grew up watching this movie. My whole family loved it, except my Dad 🙂. Last year I recalled the memory of the movie by watching it again on YouTube. I should wait for this DVD.

  17. Would you believe I never really watched this? I have faint memories of seeing some scenes but for some reason as a kid, it couldn’t hold my attention.

  18. Omg now here is a show I totally forgot about!!!! I use to watch the reruns of this all the time when I was a kid!

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