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21. Little House on the Prairie: Aftermath
22. Deadly Observation
23. Little House on the Prairie -
24. Little House on the Prairie: Harvest
25. Little House on the Prairie: The
26. Penalty Phase
27. Penalty Phase
28. Little House on the Prairie: "A
29. Little House on Prairie: Laura
30. Little House on the Prairie: The
31. Mistaken Identity
32. Little House Prairie - Christmas
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33. Little House on the Prairie -
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34. Little House on the Prairie -
35. Little House on the Prairie: There's
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36. Little House O.T.P.: There's No
37. Little House on the Prairie:Lord
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38. Lisa Picard is Famous
39. Soul Collector
40. Dying to Remember

21. Little House on the Prairie: Aftermath
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005QAS6
Sales Rank: 47317
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22. Deadly Observation
by Unicorn Video
VHS Tape (24 January, 1996)
list price: $4.99
Asin: 6303984223
Sales Rank: 12857
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars As A Whole It Contains All Necessary Ingredients Of Soap Opera.
With its plot details and production characteristics parroted, to say the least, from the soap opera genre, this film made for television has a tired feeling to it, and any energy created by the players appears to be flat and lacking essence.For the medical programmer based in a New York City's psychiatric ward (presented in a quaintly unrealistic manner), top billing goes to Melissa Gilbert as Lisa DaVito, a freshman psychiatrist completing her residency there, and whose career and private life are muddled by a young Puerto Rican patient, Freddie Zamora (Fernando L�pez), whose particular dysfunction leads him to commit extremely violent acts against others.After Freddie physically attacks his cousin with whom he shares a bedroom, he is brought to the hospital by police who have abstained from booking him for assault because his family members will not file charges, and he is placed under the care of Dr. DaVito, who plainly becomes obsessed with her new charge, as indicated in scenes of absurd gaucherie.The more that Lisa becomes involved with the new case of her unbalanced patient, the less likely that her live-in physician boyfriend, in a thin characterization by Kevin Conroy, is apt to be pleased with their own relationship, and this therefore presents an opportunity for the clinic's in-house patients rights attorney, played by Woody Harrelson, to foster a relationship with Lisa, whom he fancies.The most interesting portion of the storyline comes from the obvious risk of releasing agitated Freddie back into the outside world, with his proclivity for violence merely muted by his totally voluntary intake of prescribed depressants, but even this dramatic potential is shorn of style and pace by torpid direction and choppy editing.Titled KILLER INSTINCT for video distribution, the drab affair is freighted by a screenplay that is predictable throughout , and with chronic sound problems that often result in dialogue being drowned during outdoor filming by street traffic noise.Gilbert is most effectual when not performing in unconvincing domestic interludes with her beau, while Harrelson is, as is his wont, a cipher, and the playing of L�pez loses its main chance of believability, as with most of the cast, due to the hackneyed writing that only worsens up to and including the ridiculous final moments. ... Read more

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23. Little House on the Prairie - There's No Place Like Home, Parts I and II
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005QAS0
Sales Rank: 48551
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24. Little House on the Prairie: Harvest of Friends
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005QAS5
Sales Rank: 34408
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great story
"Home is the nicest word there is." These are Laura Ingalls' sweet and touching words that help kick off the "Little House on the Prairie" video series in "A Harvest of Friends." The Ingalls family has decided to settle at Plum Creek in Walnut Grove. Pa builds a house for the family, and they are all happy there. Pa starts working for two men named Mr. Hanson and Mr. O'Neil to ensure that he can earn the supplies he needs for his harvest. Mr. Hanson is a kind and caring man, but Mr. O'Neil is pushy and unrelenting. So, when Pa falls out of a tree at a family picnic and is ordered off to bed, you could probably guess which one of those two men is understanding and which one refuses to cut Pa any slack. I was very touched when the title of this video came to life and presented itself so beautifully at the end. This is a good one--I give it 5 stars and I definitely recommend it. ... Read more

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25. Little House on the Prairie: The Man Inside
by Gaiam Americas
VHS Tape (31 July, 1995)
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Asin: 6303627005
Sales Rank: 112095
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26. Penalty Phase
by Anchor Bay Entertain
VHS Tape (29 November, 1994)
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Asin: 6303341152
Sales Rank: 65126
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars IDEAL COMBINATION OF DIRECTOR, SCRIPT AND CAST
Tony Richardson's first foray into television since his early days with the BBC, PENALTY PHASE features Peter Strauss as Kenneth Hoffman, running for re-election as a superior court judge while presiding at a media displayed trial of a murderer of 17 young women, Nolan Eshelman (Richard Chaves). The film nearly begins with the reading of "guilty on all counts" for Eshelman, and thereupon Hoffman must decide upon a just sentence from the eponymous penalty phase. Complicating matters is a series of anonymous letters to Judge Hoffman which infer that Eshelman was the victim of an illegal search by police detectives, and that evidence used in the trial was recovered from him before a search warrant was sworn out. Hoffman's opponent in the election is the prosecuting district attorney during the trial, Susan Jansen (Jonelle Allen), who takes full advantage of media efforts to popularize an image of Hoffman as a starry eyed liberal, soft on criminals. As Hoffman pursues his investigation of the anonymous allegations, he discovers a wider range of corruption among his confreres than he expects, lending more nettlesome circumstance to what he discerns will be a widening range of critical decision-making on his part. After having excavated more dross than he might wish, Hoffman must decide to either give up his robe by electoral defeat, or yield his principles to those with whom he finds scant sympathy. The scenario is by Gale Patrick Hickman, an attorney and a former presiding judge in Orange County, California who, in addition to the film's important cardinal theme, includes several sub-plots that serve to heighten the work's element of suspense. The storyline is arranged as a battle between the zeitgeist of the Earl Warren era and its successor period, when Warren Court emphases have been maligned. Peter Strauss gives a finely nuanced performance, leaving the viewer with a raft of open concepts as to his ultimate actions and rationale: a splendidly executed part. The supporting cast gives nothing except its best, thanks to fine direction, especially Karen Austin and Melissa Gilbert as Hoffman's past and current loves, Millie Perkins, Art LaFleur and Richard Bright. An excellent score is in place by veteran composer Ralph Burns, while cinematographer Steve Yaconelli and editor David Simmons are obviously in ongoing rapport with Richardson's point of view. In sum, Richardson, Strauss and company have provided, in this little discussed motion picture, a cohesive and piquant narrative of a man who must deal with an engulfing series of personal crises, yet while retaining a sense of integrity.
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27. Penalty Phase
by Anchor Bay Entertain
VHS Tape (10 October, 1991)
list price: $14.99
Asin: 6302247195
Sales Rank: 80095
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars IDEAL COMBINATION OF DIRECTOR, SCRIPT AND CAST
Tony Richardson's first foray into television since his early days with the BBC, PENALTY PHASE features Peter Strauss as Kenneth Hoffman, running for re-election as a superior court judge while presiding at a media displayed trial of a murderer of 17 young women, Nolan Eshelman (Richard Chaves). The film nearly begins with the reading of "guilty on all counts" for Eshelman, and thereupon Hoffman must decide upon a just sentence from the eponymous penalty phase. Complicating matters is a series of anonymous letters to Judge Hoffman which infer that Eshelman was the victim of an illegal search by police detectives, and that evidence used in the trial was recovered from him before a search warrant was sworn out. Hoffman's opponent in the election is the prosecuting district attorney during the trial, Susan Jansen (Jonelle Allen), who takes full advantage of media efforts to popularize an image of Hoffman as a starry eyed liberal, soft on criminals. As Hoffman pursues his investigation of the anonymous allegations, he discovers a wider range of corruption among his confreres than he expects, lending more nettlesome circumstance to what he discerns will be a widening range of critical decision-making on his part. After having excavated more dross than he might wish, Hoffman must decide to either give up his robe by electoral defeat, or yield his principles to those with whom he finds scant sympathy. The scenario is by Gale Patrick Hickman, an attorney and a former presiding judge in Orange County, California who, in addition to the film's important cardinal theme, includes several sub-plots that serve to heighten the work's element of suspense. The storyline is arranged as a battle between the zeitgeist of the Earl Warren era and its successor period, when Warren Court emphases have been maligned. Peter Strauss gives a finely nuanced performance, leaving the viewer with a raft of open concepts as to his ultimate actions and rationale: a splendidly executed part. The supporting cast gives nothing except its best, thanks to fine direction, especially Karen Austin and Melissa Gilbert as Hoffman's past and current loves, Millie Perkins, Art LaFleur and Richard Bright. An excellent score is in place by veteran composer Ralph Burns, while cinematographer Steve Yaconelli and editor David Simmons are obviously in ongoing rapport with Richardson's point of view. In sum, Richardson, Strauss and company have provided, in this little discussed motion picture, a cohesive and piquant narrative of a man who must deal with an engulfing series of personal crises, yet while retaining a sense of integrity.
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28. Little House on the Prairie: "A Most Precious Gift" & "The Man Inside"
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005QARX
Sales Rank: 64289
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29. Little House on Prairie: Laura Ingalls Wilder
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005O5IL
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30. Little House on the Prairie: The Craftsman
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (05 February, 2002)
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Asin: B00005QAS4
Sales Rank: 51041
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars continues the "Little House" tradition
This episode has no problem carrying out all of the characteristics of "Little House on the Prairie" that makes the series so wonderful. In this story, the Ingalls' adopted son Albert is forced to get a true taste of prejudice at a young age. The people who are supposed to be his friends turn on him and call him a "Jew lover" when he befriends and becomes the apprentice of a kind, elderly Jewish craftsman. Albert and the craftsman carry this episode all the way through--they are two beautiful people who come together to address the issue of prejudice and stress the meaning of love. Great acting, great story--I recommend it ... Read more

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31. Mistaken Identity
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (06 May, 2003)
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Asin: B00008HCBJ
Sales Rank: 61760
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32. Little House Prairie - Christmas Plum Creek & Creeper Wa
by Good Times Video
VHS Tape (23 October, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QW8I
Sales Rank: 76622
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33. Little House on the Prairie - As Long as
by Goldhil Home Media
VHS Tape (04 November, 2003)
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Asin: B0000C2IVP
Sales Rank: 43222
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34. Little House on the Prairie - Journey in the Spring (TV Special)
by Goldhil Home Media
VHS Tape (08 July, 2003)
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Asin: B00009PY0D
Sales Rank: 49956
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Story, Fabulous Guest Stars... Get It In Season 3!
This review refers to " Little House On The Prairie - Journey In The Spring"....
2-0 out of 5 stars Included on the Complete Season set!
In a very unclear and probably intentionally confusing marketing move, this and all of the other "2-hour TV special" Little House DVDs being released separated are actually included on the Complete Season box sets being released by the same company.I purchased three of these "specials" before realizing that they were all 2-part episodes to be found on the complete season sets.While I don't have a problem with these 2-part shows being released separately, I don't understand the need for it and I really, really wish that it would be made clear somewhere on the packaging.Considering that these single disc releases have no special features, this is the worst example of DVD "double dipping" I've seen in a long time!!

5-0 out of 5 stars wonderful
This is, as always, a great addition to the "Little House" series and consistently delivers that same inspiring message of family, faith, and love. The basic storyline follows Charles Ingalls' struggle to cope with his mother's death and, even more so, the emotional decline in his father. Charles finally manages to bring him home to the family, hoping it will help. Indeed, spending time with everyone--especially little Laura--works wonders in rebuilding the man's spirit until Laura gets into an accident with her horse and blames her grandfather for it. Feeling guilty and disgusted with himself, Grandpa takes off without telling anyone, but in the end it is Laura who accepts her own mistake and takes up the struggle to bring him back. Read more

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35. Little House on the Prairie: There's No Place Like Home
by Gaiam Americas
VHS Tape (07 September, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QARW
Sales Rank: 68527
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36. Little House O.T.P.: There's No Place Like Home
by Goldhil Home Media
VHS Tape (04 November, 2003)
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Sales Rank: 56519
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37. Little House on the Prairie:Lord Is M
by Gaiam Americas
VHS Tape (31 July, 1995)
list price: $19.98
Asin: 6303625827
Sales Rank: 61591
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best "Little House" episode ever made
Hands down, I gotta say that this was the most wonderful "Little House" episode that I have ever seen!!! =) When the Ingalls family is blessed with a baby boy named Charles Ingalls Jr. after his father, young Laura is the only one who doesn't share in the joy. She is worried that this child will ultimately rob her of her father's love. She refuses to pray for the baby when he gets sick, and she stays away from him as often as possible. When the unhealthy infant dies, Laura runs away to the mountains with the belief that the baby's death is her fault. Atop a high mountain, she encounters a strange old man named Jonathan. Jonathan is undoubtedly a kind and loving soul, but it is primarily his incredible faith in Jesus that attracts Laura. Meanwhile, Laura's Pa and a family friend named Mr. Edwards go on a frantic search for her. Over the course of the movie, both Laura and her father learn some immense lessons on unconditional love and forgiveness. Melissa Gilbert is wonderful as the heartwarming Laura Ingalls, and Michael Landon makes Charles "Pa" Ingalls an altogether unforgettable character. Superb acting intertwined with a beautiful story on faith, love, and courage make this a wonderful movie for all ages. It's a great addition to the "Little House" collection. Buy it now! =)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is episode is a tearjerker
This episode of little House On The Prairie is one of the best i have ever seen. When i was growing up this was one of my favorite shows and i am proud to say it still is. I have bought this episode along with the rest inhopes that one day when i have children they can appreciate this show asmuch as i do. Not to mention Laura Ingalls and i share the samename.Definately buy this video.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Story
This movie is actually quite touching, very well-acted, and highly entertaining. Little Melissa Gilbert is delightful; Michael Landon, good as always. And the story is genuinely poignant. ... Read more

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38. Lisa Picard is Famous
by First Look Pictures
VHS Tape (22 January, 2002)
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Lisa Picard (Laura Kirk) isn't famous, but she wants to be. She's an aspiring actress who's been chosen by a documentary filmmaker (Griffin Dunne) who wants to record what happens when someone hits it big; does the new star change, or does the surrounding world change? Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Laura Kirk is a Gem!
The show is a hoot, a trainwreck in slow motion. Fun set up as a mockumentary. Griffin Dunne gives us a knowing and askance takeon the desperate search for fame. The show belongs to Laura Kirk,an avalanche of talent with a range of skills that puts many notables who make cameo appearances to shame. She is heart rendingly funny, touching and vulnerable. Lisa Pickard is never going to be famous as Ms. Kirk reveals her to us. But there is no reason this gifted performer should stay in the shadows, she is dynamite and worth the price of admission by the end of the audition scene which is 15 minutes into the movie.

3-0 out of 5 stars Actors get it but not for anyone else
Great fun for actors but anyone outside the industry won't appreciate it. Does give a great comedic view of how to become a star. (and how not to)2-0 out of 5 stars Blair fans BEWARE
Being a major Linda Blair fan, when I saw that she was credited with being in this movie I went ahead and purchased it. Bad move. The extent of Blairs performance is a black and white inset photo as Carrie Fisher tells the audience how she is sometimes mistaken for Linda. THAT'S IT !Read more

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39. Soul Collector
by Vivendi Visual Enter
VHS Tape (02 November, 1999)
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Asin: 6305582963
Sales Rank: 59195
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Ti Lung is great, the rest of the movie is good.
Ti lung stars as a young student accused of stealling a scrollcontaining the secret styles.After being falsy accused he is tracked down by all thedifferent sects of kung fu, beaten repeatedly, untill he is trained by adrunken master, who teaches him some nifty styles, to help him on his way. With the help of a female fighter, they search out the real scroll, andattempt to take down the ones who are truly responsible. Some greatscenery, and creative fight sequences, make it a good movie to see, if yourinto martial arts.Plus Ti Lung is amazing. ... Read more

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40. Dying to Remember
by Paramount
VHS Tape (11 November, 1998)
list price: $79.95
Asin: 6303039480
Sales Rank: 42211
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Bravo
I thought the move was an excellent movie.I really have an appreciation for movies of that nature.I also have had a similar experience as the star of the movie did.I wasn't paying attention to the clothes that were worn, but rather the content and the meaning of the movie.It can really make you think about a lot of things if you just sit and actually take the movie for what it is.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great movie that we would love to have in our collection!
Well, it's just my personal opinion but I liked this movie, so different strokes for different folks I guess! I saw this movie the other day, we had taped it when it was recently shown on TV. Ever since watching the movie Audrey Rose I have been interested in movies about people who have past life experiences and I thought Dying To Remember was a great movie, as for Melissa Gilbert's wardrobe, after reading the other review I expected her clothes in the movie to be hideous but the clothes looked okay to me and you also have to remember that when a movie is more then a couple of years old that some of the fashions will maybe look out dated to you, also we can't expect Melissa to be Laura Ingalls forever! As for the sexpot remark, no one in this movie called Melissa's character a sexpot but she was called a looker which is hardly calling someone a sexpot because a looker can mean that someone is beautiful, pretty or just attractive while a sexpot is what you would call someone like Marilyn Monroe, and I think Melissa who was cute when she was little has grown up to be very pretty, and as for the movie I thought it was suspenseful and very interesting with great acting from everyone but especially from Melissa Gilbert and Ted Shackleford and the movie had a very sad ending and though I didn't really cry my eyes out they did get a little misty. I highly recommend this movie and though we taped it when it was shown on television but it has commercials on the tape so I really wouldn't mind if we had this in our video collection but I really wish the movie would be made available on DVD!

1-0 out of 5 stars some dreams can be fatal
As a successful New York fashion designer who has recurring nightmares of a woman falling down an elevator shaft in this TVM directed by Arthur Alan Seidelman, Melissa Gilbert's uncordinated wardrobe is more alarming than any of the plot contrivances that writers George Schenck, Frank Cardea and Brian L Ross provide. The nightmares are diagnosed by a psychiatrist (styled to resemble a horror movie cast member and having a psychadelic hypnosis device) as past life regression which leads Gilbert to San Francisco as their locale. Read more

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