Little House on the Prairie (Television series)

Michael Landon (Charles Ingalls), Karen Grassle (Caroline Ingalls), Melissa Gilbert (Laura Ingalls Wilder), Melissa Sue Anderson (Mary Ingalls Kendall), Lindsay Sidney Greenbush (Carrie Ingalls). 200 episodes, plus five telefilms. Executive Producer: Michael Landon. Developed for Television by Blanche Hanalis. Based Upon the “Little House” Series of Books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. An NBC Production in association with Ed Friendly.

Premiere Movie

Little House on the Prairie. Executive Producers: Ed Friendly and Michael Landon. Written by Blanche Hanalis. Directed by Michael Landon. 30 March 1974.

Season I (1974-1975)

1.1/1: A Harvest of Friends. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by John Hawkins and William Putman. Story by John Hawkins. Directed by Michael Landon. 11 September 1974.

1.2/2: Country Girls. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Juanita Bartlett. Directed by William F. Claxton. 18 September 1974.

1.3/3: 100 Mile Walk. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Ward Hawkins. Directed by William F. Claxton. 25 September 1974.

1.4/4: Mr. Edward’s [sic] Homecoming. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Joel Murcott. Directed by Michael Landon. 2 October 1974.

1.5/5: The Love of Johnny Johnson. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Gerry Day. Directed by William F. Claxton. 9 October 1974.

1.6/6: If I Should Wake Before I Die. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Harold Swanton. Directed by Victor French. 23 October 1974.

1.7/7: Town Party/Country Party. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Juanita Bartlett. Directed by Alf Kjellin. 30 October 1974.

1.8/8: Ma’s Holiday. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Dale Eunson. Directed by Leo Penn. 6 November 1974.

1.9/9: School Mom. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Ward Hawkins. Story by Jean Rouverol. Directed by William F. Claxton. 13 November 1974.

1.10/10: The Racoon. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Joseph Bonaduce. Directed by William F. Claxton. 20 November 1974.

1.11/11: The Voice of Tinker Jones. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Tony Kayden and Michael Russnow. Directed by Leo Penn. 4 December 1974.

1.12/12: The Award. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by William F. Claxton. 11 December 1974.

1.13/13: The Lord Is My Shepherd. Produced by Winston Miller. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 18 December 1974.

1.14/14: Christmas at Plum Creek. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 25 December 1974.

1.15/15: Family Quarrel. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Ward Hawkins. Directed by William F. Claxton. 5 January 1975.

1.16/16: Doctor’s Lady. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann. Story by Arthur Heinemann and Ann Beckett. Directed by Lewis Allen. 15 January 1975.

1.17/17: Plague. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Michael Landon. Story by William Keys and Michael Landon. Directed by William F. Claxton. 29 January 1975.

1.18/18: Circus Man. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Ward Hawkins. Story by Ward Hawkins and Preston Wood. Directed by Victor French. 5 February 1975.

1.19/19: Child in Pain. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Meston. Directed by Victor French. 12 February 1975.

1.20/20: Money Crop. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Ward Hawkins. Story by John Meston. Directed by Leo Penn. 19 February 1975.

1.21/21: Survival. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by John Hawkins. Story by John Hawkins and Preston Wood. Directed by William F. Claxton. 26 February 1975.

1.22/22: To See the World. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Gerry Day. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 March 1975.

1.23/23: Founder’s Day. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by John Hawkins and Ward Hawkins. Story by Ward Hawkins and Byron Twiggs. Directed by William F. Claxton. 7 May 1975.

Season II (1975-1976)

2.1/24: The Richest Man in Walnut Grove. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 September 1975.

2.2/25: Four Eyes. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 17 September 1975.

2.3/26: Haunted House. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Ray Goldrup and John Hawkins and B.W. Sandefur. Story by Ray Goldrup. Directed by Victor French. 24 September 1975.

2.4/27: In the Big Inning. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 1 October 1975.

2.5/28: The Camp-Out. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Gerry Day. Story by Joseph Bonaduce. Directed by William F. Claxton. 8 October 1975.

2.6/29: The Spring Dance. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Gerry Day. Directed by William F. Claxton. 29 October 1975.

2.7/30: “Remember Me” (Part I). Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 November 1975.

2.8/31: “Remember Me” (Part II). Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 November 1975.

2.9/32: Ebenezer Sprague. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Hindi Brooks. Directed by Victor French. 19 November 1975.

2.10/33: At the End of the Rainbow. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 December 1975.

2.11/34: The Gift. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Rocci Chatfield. Directed by William F. Claxton. 17 December 1975.

2.12/35: His Father’s Son. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 7 January 1976.

2.13/36: The Talking Machine. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Harold Swanton. Directed by Victor French. 14 January 1976.

2.14/37: The Pride of Walnut Grove. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 28 January 1976.

2.15/38: A Matter of Faith. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 4 February 1976.

2.16/39: The Runaway Caboose. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by John Hawkins. Story by Ernie Durman. Directed by William F. Claxton. 11 February 1976.

2.17/40: Troublemaker. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by Victor French. 25 February 1976.

2.18/41: The Long Road Home. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by Michael Landon. 3 March 1976.

2.19/42: For My Lady. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 10 March 1976.

2.20/43: Centennial. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by William F. Claxton. 17 March 1976.

2.21/44: Soldier’s Return. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 24 March 1976.

2.22/45: Going Home. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 31 March 1976.

Season III (1976-1977)

3.1/46: The Collection. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Michael Landon. 27 September 1976.

3.2/47: “I’ll Ride the Wind.” Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Harold Swanton. Directed by William F. Claxton. 4 October 1976.

3.3/48: The Race. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John V. Hanrahan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 11 October 1976.

3.4/49: Bunny. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 18 October 1976.

3.5/50: The Monster of Walnut Grove. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by William F. Claxton. 1 November 1976.

3.6/51: Journey in the Spring (Part I). Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 15 November 1976.

3.7/52: Journey in the Spring (Part II). Produced by John Hawkins. Written and Directed by Michael Landon. 22 November 1976.

3.8/53: Fred. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Robert Vincent Wright. Directed by William F. Claxton. 29 November 1976.

3.9/54: The Bully Boys. Produced by B.W. Sandefur. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by Victor French. 6 December 1976.

3.10/55: The Hunters. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Harold Swinton. Directed by Michael Landon. 20 December 1976. 90 minutes.

3.11/56: Blizzard. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Paul W. Cooper. Directed by William F. Claxton. 3 January 1977.

3.12/57: Little Girl Lost. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Paul W. Cooper. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 January 1977.

3.13/58: Quarantine. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by Victor French. 17 January 1977.

3.14/59: Little Women. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Dale Eunson and B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 24 January 1977.

3.15/60: Injun Kid. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Victor French. 31 January 1977.

3.16/61: To Live With Fear (Part I). Produced by John Hawkins. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by William F. Claxton. 14 February 1977.

3.17/62: To Live With Fear (Part II). Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by William F. Claxton. 21 February 1977.

3.18/63: The Wisdom of Solomon. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Scott Swanton. Directed by William F. Claxton. 7 March 1977.

3.19/64: The Music Box. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Robert Janes. Directed by Michael Landon. 14 March 1977.

3.20/65: The Election. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by Victor French. 21 March 1977.

3.21/66: Gold Country. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins and B.W. Sandefur. Directed by Michael Landon. 4 April 1977.

Season IV (1977-1978)

4.1/67: Castoffs. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Tony Kayden. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 September 1977.

4.2/68: Times of Change. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by William F. Claxton. 19 September 1977.

4.3/69: “My Ellen.” Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 26 September 1977.

4.4/70: The Handyman. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton.3 October 1977.

4.5/71: The Wolves. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Lawrence M. Konner. Directed by Michael Landon. 17 October 1977.

4.6/72: The Creeper of Walnut Grove. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Lawrence M. Konner. Directed by Michael Landon. 24 October 1977.

4.7/73: To Run and Hide. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Michael Landon. 31 October 1977.

4.8/74: The Aftermath. Produced by William F. Claxton. Directed by Don Balluck. Written by William F. Claxton. 7 November 1977.

4.9/75: The High Cost of Being Right. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 14 November 1977.

4.10/76: The Fighter. Produced by John Hawkins. Teleplay by Michael Landon. Story by Lawrence M. Konner. Directed by Michael Landon. 21 November 1977.

4.11/77: “Meet Me At the Fair.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann. Story by Bradley & Ray Berwick and Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 28 November 1977.

4.12/78: “Here Come the Brides.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Teleplay by John T. Dugan. Story by Robert F. Mertzler and John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 5 December 1977.

4.13/79: Freedom Flight. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Ron Chiniquy and Richalene Kelsay. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 December 1977.

4.14/80: The Rivals. Produced by William F. Claxton. Teleplay by John T. Dugan. Story by Hindi Brooks and John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 9 January 1978.

4.15/81: Whisper Country. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by John Hawkins. Directed by Michael Landon. 16 January 1978.

4.16/82: “I Remember, I Remember.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 23 January 1978.

4.17/83: “Be My Friend.” Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 30 January 1978.

4.18/84: The Inheritance. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 6 February 1978.

4.19/85: The Stranger. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Michael Landon. 20 February 1978.

4.20/86: A Most Precious Gift. Produced by John Hawkins. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Michael Landon. 27 February 1978.

4.21/87: “I’ll Be Waving as You Drive Away” (Part I). Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by William F. Claxton. 6 March 1978.

4.22/88: “I’ll Be Waving as You Drive Away” (Part II). Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by William F. Claxton. 13 March 1978.

Season V (1978-1979)

5.1/89: “As Long As We’re Together” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 11 September 1978.

5.2/90: “As Long As We’re Together” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 18 September 1978.

5.3/91: The Winoka Warriors. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 25 September 1978.

5.4/92: The Man Inside. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 2 October 1978.

5.5/93: There’s No Place Like Home (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 9 October 1978.

5.6/94: There’s No Place Like Home (Part II). Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by William F. Claxton. 16 October 1978.

5.7/95: Fagin. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Michael Landon. 23 October 1978.

5.8/96: Harriet’s Happenings. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 30 October 1978.

5.9/97: The Wedding. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Michael Landon. 6 November 1978.

5.10/98: Men Will Be Boys. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by William F. Claxton. 13 November 1978.

5.11/99: The Cheaters. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 20 November 1978.

5.12/100: Blind Journey (Part I). Produced by William F. Claxton. Teleplay by John T. Dugan. Story by Carole and Michael Raschella and John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 27 November 1978.

5.13/101: Blind Journey (Part II). Produced by William F. Claxton. Teleplay by John T. Dugan. Story by Carole and Michael Raschella and John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 4 December 1978.

5.14/102: The Godsister. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 18 December 1978.

5.15/103: The Craftsman. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Paul Wolff. Directed by Michael Landon. 8 January 1979.

5.16/104: Blind Man’s Bluff. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by William F. Claxton. 15 January 1979.

5.17/105: “Dance With Me.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Paul Wolff. Directed by Michael Landon. 22 January 1979. 90 minutes.

5.18/106: The Sound of Children. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by William F. Claxton. 5 February 1979.

5.19/107: The Lake Kezia Monster. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 February 1979.

5.20/108: Barn Burner. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 19 February 1979.

5.21/109: The Enchanted Cottage. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by William F. Claxton. 26 February 1979.

5.22/110: “Someone Please Love Me.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 March 1979.

5.23/111: Mortal Mission. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 12 March 1979.

5.24/112: The Odyssey. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Michael Landon. 19 March 1979.

Season VI (1979-1980)

6.1/113: “Back to School” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 17 September 1979.

6.2/114: “Back to School” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 24 September 1979.

6.3/115: The Family Tree. Produced by William F. Claxton. Directed by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by William F. Claxton. 1 October 1979.

6.4/116: The Third Miracle. Produced by Kent McCray. Teleplay by John T. Dugan. Story by Kenneth Hunter. Directed by Michael Landon. 8 October 1979.

6.5/117: Annabelle. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Del Reisman. Directed by William F. Claxton. 15 October 1979.

6.6/118: The Preacher Takes a Wife. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Maury Dexter. 22 October 1979.

6.7/119: The Halloween Dream. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 29 October 1979.

6.8/120: The Return of Mr. Edwards. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Arthur Heinemann. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 November 1979.

6.9/121: The King is Dead. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 November 1979.

6.10/122: The Faith Healer. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 19 November 1979.

6.11/123: “Author! Author!” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by William F. Claxton. 26 November 1979.

6.12/124: Crossed Connections. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 December 1979.

6.13/125: The Angry Heart. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Del Reisman. Directed by William F. Claxton. 17 December 1979.

6.14/126: The Werewolf of Walnut Grove. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 7 January 1980.

6.15/127: “Whatever Happened to the Class of ’56.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Michael Landon. 14 January 1980.

6.16/128: “Darkness Is My Friend.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Michael Landon. 21 January 1980.

6.17/129: Silent Promises. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Maury Dexter. 28 January 1980.

6.18/130: “May We Make Them Proud.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 4 February 1980. 120 minutes.

6.19/131: Wilder and Wilder. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Maury Dexter. 11 February 1980.

6.20/132: Second Spring. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 18 February 1980.

6.21/133: Sweet Sixteen. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by Michael Landon. 25 February 1980.

6.22/134: “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 May 1980.

6.23/135: “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 May 1980.

Season VII (1980-1981)

7.1/136: “Laura Ingalls Wilder” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 22 September 1980.

7.2/137: “Laura Ingalls Wilder” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 29 September 1980.

7.3/138: A New Beginning. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by John T. Dugan. Directed by William F. Claxton. 6 October 1980.

7.4/139: “Fight Team Fight!” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 13 October 1980.

7.5/140: “The Silent Cry.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 20 October 1980.

7.6/141: Portrait of Love. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by William F. Claxton. 27 October 1980.

7.7/142: Divorce, Walnut Grove Style. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 November 1980.

7.8/143: “Dearest Albert, I’ll Miss You.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 17 November 1980.

7.9/144: The In-Laws. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by William F. Claxton. 24 November 1980.

7.10/145: To See the Light (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 1 December 1980.

7.11/146: To See the Light (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 8 December 1980.

7.12/147: Oleson Vs Oleson. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by William F. Claxton. 5 January 1981.

7.13/148: “Come Let Us Reason Together.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 January 1981.

7.14/149: The Nephews. Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by William F. Claxton. 19 January 1981.

7.15/150: “Make a Joyful Noise.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Kathleen McGhee-Anderson. Directed by William F. Claxton. 26 January 1981.

7.16/151: “Goodbye, Mrs. Wilder.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by William F. Claxton. 2 February 1981.

7.17/152: “Sylvia” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 9 February 1981.

7.18/153: “Sylvia” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 16 February 1981.

7.19/154: Blind Justice. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Maury Dexter. 23 February 1981.

7.20/155: “I Do, Again.” Produced by William F. Claxton. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by William F. Claxton. 2 March 1981.

7.21/156: The Lost Ones (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 4 May 1981.

7.22/157: The Lost Ones (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 11 May 1981.

Season VIII (1981-1982)

8.1/158: “The Reincarnation of Nellie” (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 5 October 1981.

8.2/159: “The Reincarnation of Nellie” (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 12 October 1981.

8.3/160: “Growin’ Pains.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Larry Bischof. Directed by Maury Dexter. 19 October 1981.

8.4/161: Dark Sage. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Maury Dexter. 26 October 1981.

8.5/162: A Wiser Heart. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Michael Landon. 2 November 1981.

8.6/163: Gambini, the Great. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Jeri Taylor. Directed by Michael Landon. 9 November 1981.

8.7/164: The Legend of Black Jake. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Michael Landon. 16 November 1981.

8.8/165: Chicago. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by John Hawkins and B.W. Sandefur. Directed by Michael Landon. 23 November 1981.

8.9/166: For the Love of Nancy. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Maury Dexter. 30 November 1981.

8.10/167: Wave of the Future. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Jeri Taylor. Directed by Maury Dexter. 7 December 1981.

8.11/168: A Christmas They Never Forgot. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 21 December 1981.

8.12/169: No Beast So Fierce. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Carole and Michael Raschella. Directed by Michael Landon. 4 January 1982.

8.13/170: Stone Soup. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Peter Dixon. Directed by Maury Dexter. 18 January 1982.

8.14/171: The Legacy. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Michael Landon. 25 January 1982.

8.15/172: Uncle Jed. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 1 February 1982.

8.16/173: Second Chance. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 8 February 1982.

8.17/174: Days of Sunshine, Days of Sorrow (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 15 February 1982. 90 minutes.

8.18/175: Days of Sunshine, Days of Sorrow (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Michael Landon. 22 February 1982.

8.19/176: A Promise to Keep. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Michael Landon. 1 March 1982.

8.20/177: A Faraway Cry. Produced by Kent McCray. Teleplay by Don Balluck. Story by Pamela Balluck and Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 8 March 1982.

8.21/178: He Was Only Twelve (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Paul W. Cooper. Directed by Michael Landon. 3 May 1982.

8.22/179: He Was Only Twelve (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 10 May 1982.

Season IX [Little House: A New Beginning] (1982-1983)

9.1/180: Times Are Changing (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Maury Dexter. 27 September 1982.

9.2/181: Times Are Changing (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Maury Dexter. 4 October 1982.

9.3/182: “Welcome to Olesonville.” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Paul W. Cooper. Directed by Maury Dexter. 11 October 1982.

9.4/183: Rage. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by B.W. Sandefur. Directed by Maury Dexter. 18 October 1982.

9.5/184: Little Lou. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Victor French. 25 October 1982.

9.6/185: The Wild Boy (Part I). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Victor French. 1 November 1982.

9.7/186: The Wild Boy (Part II). Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Victor French. 8 November 1982.

9.8/187: The Return of Nellie. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 15 November 1982.

9.9/188: The Empire Builders. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Larry Jensen. Directed by Joseph Pevney. 22 November 1982.

9.10/189: Love. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Paul W. Cooper. Directed by Victor Lobl. 29 November 1982.

9.11/190: Alden’s Dilemma. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 6 December 1982.

9.12/191: Marvin’s Garden. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Rhodes. 3 January 1983.

9.13/192: Sins of the Father. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by E. F. Wallengren. Directed by Victor French. 10 January 1983.

9.14/193: The Older Brothers. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Victor French. 17 January 1983.

9.15/194: Once Upon a Time. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Maury Dexter. 24 January 1983.

9.16/195: Home Again. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 7 February 1983. 120 minutes.

9.17/196: A Child With No Name. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Victor French. 14 February 1983.

9.18/197: The Last Summer. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Duke Sandefur. Directed by Maury Dexter. 21 February 1983.

9.19/198: For the Love of Blanche. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 7 March 1983.

9.20/199: “May I Have This Dance?” Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott. Directed by Victor French. 14 March 1983.

9.21/200: Hello and Goodbye. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Don Balluck. Directed by Michael Landon. 21 March 1983.

Retrospective Special and Post-Series Movies-of-the-Week (1979-1984)

The Little House Years. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 18 November 1979. 180 minutes.

Little House: Look Back to Yesterday. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Vince R. Gutierrez. Directed by Victor French. 12 December 1983. 120 minutes.

Little House: The Last Farewell. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Michael Landon. Directed by Michael Landon. 6 February 1984. 120 minutes.

Little House: Bless All the Dear Children. Produced by Kent McCray. Written by Chris Abbott-Fish. Directed by Victor French. 17 December 1984. 120 minutes.