Some of the cast of the American TV series 'Little House On The Prairie', circa 1980.  Clockwise, from top, left: Michael Landon (1936 - 1991) as Charles Ingalls, Matthew Laborteaux as Albert Ingalls, Victor French as Isaiah Edwards, Dean Butler as Almanzo Wilder and Melissa Gilbert as Laura Ingalls Wilder. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)
The Little House On The Prairie Movies You Probably Forgot Existed
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"Little House on the Prairie," based on the novel series of the same name, is a timeless family show that averaged 16 million viewers per episode at its peak. If you're nostalgic for the times when this series aired on TV, you can revisit Walnut Grove and the Ingalls family by watching one of these "Little House" movies you may have forgotten about.
In March 1983, "Little House on the Prairie" aired its final episode, "Hello and Goodbye," but fans would see the original cast again in three movies. "Little House: Look Back to Yesterday," aired in December 1983 on NBC, "Little House: Bless All the Dear Children," aired in December 1984, and the last movie filmed was "Little House: The Last Goodbye."
Victor French and Michael Landon, who played Isaiah Edwards and Charles Ingalls respectively, also had major roles behind the scenes of these films. French directed "Look Back to Yesterday" and "Bless All the Dear Children," and Landon directed "The Last Farewell." You can find all the "Little House" movies, plus the TV show, streaming on Peacock.