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Rock around the Christmas tree with your favorite holiday songs and Hallmark Channel Radio!

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After his crop is destroyed by hail, Charles (Michael Landon) hits the road in a search for work.
Caroline (Karen Grassle) turns matchmaker when Charles brings home their bachelor neighbor from Kansas.
Laura (Melissa Gilbert) fancies a shy new classmate who seems to have eyes only for Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson).
To gather her family together, elderly Amy Hearn fakes her death and arranges for a wake on her 80th birthday.
A twisted ankle gives Laura insight into the plight of a disabled schoolmate (Kim Richards).
Inexperienced Mr. Edwards (Victor French) baby-sits with the girls while their parents are away for a few days.
Inexperienced Mr. Edwards (Victor French) baby-sits with the girls while their parents are away for a few days.
Substitute teacher Caroline finds her biggest challenge in a shy teenager who never learned to read or write.
Although her father advises against it, Laura tries to tame a raccoon.
A mute traveling coppersmith plays a key role in resolving a squabble over a bell for the church.
Mary's life is filled with complications as she prepares for a special exam.
A son is born to the Ingalls, and everyone rejoices except Laura, who is afraid that the baby will replace her in her father's affections.
A son is born to the Ingalls, and everyone rejoices except Laura, who is afraid that the baby will replace her in her father's affections.
The Ingalls family is short on cash but long on ingenuity in celebrating Christmas at Plum Creek.
The Olesons finally separate, and neither will budge an inch to patch up their differences.
Dr. Baker romances Mrs. Oleson's niece.
An epidemic of typhus breaks out in Walnut Grove.
A traveling entertainer dispenses powders with "healing powers."
An alcoholic farmer habitually beats his son.
Hope turns to anger when a young agronomist fails to return from Minneapolis with a promising new seed corn.
A U.S. marshal involves the family in his vindictive pursuit of a Sioux.
Farm boy Johnny Johnson runs off to see the world.
An aging logger puts his pride on the line in the Founder's Day log-chopping contest.
The family faces a financial crisis when Charles is unable to collect his back wages.
Mary, always a good student, suddenly begins to fall behind in school.
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