Little House on the Prairie: Season 2 [6 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Interactive full-motion menu
  • Character profiles
  • The Ingalls Photo Album (photo gallery)
  • The "Little House" episode quiz


Season two of Little House on the Prairie opens with Charles Ingalls (Michael Landon) losing his "outside" job when Lars Hanson (Karl Swenson) is forced to close Walnut Grove's mill. Back at home, Charles' daughter Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson) begins to notice signs that her eyesight is fading (she would not become totally blind for several seasons). Elsewhere, mean old Ebenezer Sprague (Ted Gehring) is appointed town banker; the widow Thurman (Mariette Hartley) is suspected of having an affair with the very married Charles Ingalls; and Charles' daughters Mary and Laura (Melissa Gilbert) experience a hair-raising adventure in the episode titled "The Runaway Caboose." Another episode, the two-part "Remember Me," finds Charles seeking out proper homes for three orphaned children -- prompting taciturn Isaiah Edwards (Victor French, still a recurring rather than regular supporting player) to marry Grace Snider (Bonnie Bartlett) and adopt the children. In the season's final episode, Charles Ingalls considers moving back to Wisconsin after his crops are wiped out by a tornado...and little Mary receives her first kiss.

Cast & Crew

  • Michael Landon - Charles Ingalls
  • Karen Grassle - Caroline Ingalls
  • Melissa Sue Anderson - Mary Ingalls
  • Melissa Gilbert - Laura Ingalls
  • Lindsay Greenbush - Carrie Ingalls

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