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Young pioneers' Christmas

Author: Blanche HanalisEd FriendlyMichael O'HerlihyLinda PurlRoger KernAll authors
Publisher: [Stamford, Conn.] : ABC Video : [Capital Cities/ABC Video Pub., 1994]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This delightful program opens with Molly Beaton, a pioneer wife, reminiscing to herself about the prior day's events--Christmas Day, 1874. Feeling both secure and thankful in her sod house, Molly begins a flashback narrative which starts in June of that year. She and her husband David buried their only child who was consumed by "the fever." Now they must struggle through their hardships of the death of their child,  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Blanche Hanalis; Ed Friendly; Michael O'Herlihy; Linda Purl; Roger Kern; Robert Hays; Robert Donner; Rose Wilder Lane; ABC Video (Firm); Capital Cities/ABC Video Publishing.
ISBN: 1569491283 : 9781569491287
OCLC Number: 31529963
Notes: Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Based on the book Young pioneers by Rose Wilder Lane.
Videocassette release of a c1976 production.
Not rated.
Credits: Executive producer, Ed Friendly ; director of photography, Robert L. Morrison ; editor, Allan LaMastra ; music, Laurence Rosenthal.
Cast: Linda Purl, Roger Kern, Robert Hays, Kay Kimler, Robert Donner, Britt Leach, Arnold Soboloff, Brendan Dillon, Rand Bridges, Brian Melrose, Sherri Wagner.
Event notes: Filmed on location in southern Arizona and at 20th Century Fox Studios.
Description: 1 videocassette (ca. 96 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS hi-fi stereo.
Responsibility: produced by Ed Friendly ; written by Blanche Hanalis ; directed by Michael O'Herlihy ; American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

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This delightful program opens with Molly Beaton, a pioneer wife, reminiscing to herself about the prior day's events--Christmas Day, 1874. Feeling both secure and thankful in her sod house, Molly begins a flashback narrative which starts in June of that year. She and her husband David buried their only child who was consumed by "the fever." Now they must struggle through their hardships of the death of their child, and being one of the few settlers in the area. Through the support of their very distant neighbors, Molly and David get on with their lives. In turn, they help their neighbors through their own struggles and share a Christmas dinner complete with homemade decorations and very special presents.

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