There are also some tangential authoring issues which may bother the more detail oriented videophile, including a static main menu and chapter stops that aren't really very logical. The kid is bullied as the Ingalls family sticks by his side. You can also get an instant mobile notification with our iPhone- or Android app. It teaches life lessons that are still relevant today, even if some of the ways are outdated. If you purchase Season 2 you will not be disappointed.
The writing for the show was very good, and although it might seem to sappy and too emotional at times, the script and acting sell the performances and dialogue very well, and rarely make us think this series if full of cheese. Little House on the Prairie: Season Two 1975-1976 Little House on the Prairie: Season Two Blu-ray delivers great video and audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release The life and adventures of the Ingalls family in the 19th century American West. The sound quality deserves 5 stars as well. Shopping online in the U. Whether the Ingalls family is caring for Charles's recently widowed father, facing an outbreak of mountain fever, helping a runaway child, or dealing with Laura's mischievous billy goat, they display the kindness, courage and good humor that their fans cherish - in 21 complete and uncut episodes, newely restored and remastered for matchless picture and sound quality.
That said, dialogue, effects and score are all presented cleanly enough, with no appreciable age related wear and tear. In another episode, a very young Todd Bridges yes, that Todd Bridges comes to stay with the Ingalls and goes to school with the children. The sound effects range from the sweet gentle sounds of the old west to the thunderous noises of a big storm to a stampede of horses, which sounds great and loud. Television is a different entity altogether, of course, and yet Little House on the Prairie suffered something akin to a sophomore slump in its second season. As noted in my earlier as in a few weeks ago review of Season One, the early seasons of Little House remain impressive achievements.
The series starred Landon as Charles Ingalls, a farmer who, following the feature-length pilot film, moves his family to the banks of Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota played by the very un-Minnesotian countryside of the Paramount Ranch in Malibu. The townswomen fight for equal property rights, and the Ingalls consider adoption. Season 2 is due in May. I bought it for my wife, because it was her favorite show as a teenager. The restoration job here is top notch and has taken all the elements of this show and turned them into a pristine looking picture.
Either version you buy, you'll enjoy it no matter what. My whole family gathers around to watch this series. Probably the emotional high point of the season is an unabashedly manipulative but still rather unexpectedly moving two parter which introduces the orphans mentioned above. It's an unrelenting sweet show that never crosses into the pretentious territory, but instead tugs at the heart strings in a warm and inviting way. This is one of the best family series that teaches the best values and morals just as I remembered when I watched it as a child! This third season has more or less the same type of conflict as the previous two seasons, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. It has a very smooth film like appearance and is crisp and clear. So I can watch it anywhere in the world I go.
Hansen unable to pay Charles two months worth of back pay. Another key moment in the show is when Charles's mother dies, prompting him to get his father to move in with the family for a little while, which causes some strife between the family. There's no damage of any major import to discuss, and, while narrow, the tracks on the 22 episodes in this set sound just fine, if not particularly amazing. It's an aspect that is very rare these days as almost all television shows involved vampires, monsters, explosions, terrorists, zombies, or some sort of big crime scheme. . There is still some video noise from time to time, but it is very minor, and there are a couple of flaws with the opening sequence, but other than those two small things, the image is amazing.
There is not a ton of action and the story focuses on the relationships, trials, and tribulations of the family and nearby town folks. The image is sharp and the color excellent, though I did notice that on one episode at least the color timing was completely botched. But key lessons in family loyalty are taught here. The show is an adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's best-selling series of Little House books. The sound effects and ambient nature noises all sound realistic and full, but we are never fully immersed in this time period, because this is a very front heavy mix. The score sounds great and provides a very nice pace and tone for the series, as it never drowns out any of the dialogue.
Laura begins teaching in Walnut Grove; Nellie's pregnancy ignites a family disagreement; and Albert's love for Sylvia stirs rumors. It would be difficult to explain all that is good about the fundamental good values that this nation was founded upon. The image looks amazing, considering this show is almost forty-years old. Children being trapped in giant holes, a bad winter storm, a bad contagious fever, and a mine collapse are all things that bring conflict to Walnut Grove and this third season as well. Writer: Starring: , , , , , » Little House on the Prairie: Season Two Blu-ray Review The Ingalls settle in. The audio also sounds great.