Little house on the prairie. There's no place like home [DVD videorecording] / executive producer, Michael Landon ; produced by Kent McCray [and William F. Claxton] ; developed for television by Blanche Hanalis ; written by Michael Landon ; directed by William F. Claxton ; an NBC production in association with Ed Friendly.
Contributor(s): Landon, Michael | Grassle, Karen | Gilbert, Melissa | Anderson, Melissa Sue | McCray, Kent | Claxton, William F | Hanalis, Blanche | Wilder, Laura Ingalls | NBC Studios | Imavision (Firm).Material type: FilmSeries: Little house on the prairie, the collection: Publisher: [United States?] : Montreal, Canada : NBC Studios ; Imavision Distribution, c2003Description: 1 videodisc (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 1897006055; 9781897006054.Other title: There's no place like home.Uniform titles: Little house on the prairie (Television program) Subject(s): City and town life -- Drama | Historical television programs | Television adaptations | Frontier and pioneer life -- Great Plains -- Drama | Family life -- Great Plains -- DramaGenre/Form: Westerns (Television programs)DDC classification: 791.457
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Michael Landon, Karen Grassle, Melissa Gilbert, Melissa Sue Anderson, Lindsay Sidney Greenbush ; guest stars: Leon Charles, Ray Bolger.
Director of photography, Ted Voigtlander (pt. 1), Haskell Boggs (pt. 2) ; editor, John Loeffler (pt. 1), Jerry Taylor (pt. 2) ; music, David Rose.
Based upon the "Little house" series of books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Videodisc release of a 2-part, c1978 episode of the NBC television series.
An old man (Bolger) wins the lottery and decides to treat the city to a Fourth of July fireworks display. However, the saloon owner is not about to let a night of fireworks take place since it would draw away his customers. His ruthlessness backfires on him when the Walnut Grove expatriots, most of them his employees, decide they've had enough of city life and announce their intentions to return to their former community.
"2 hour TV special"--Container.