Little House on the Prairie/The Aftermath

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The Aftermath
Season 4, Episode 8
Airdate November 7, 1977
Production Number 4008
Written by Don Balluck
Directed by William F. Claxton
Produced by William F. Claxton
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The Aftermath is the eighth episode of the fourth season of Little House on the Prairie, and the seventy-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Michael Landon (Charles Ingalls), Karen Grassle (Caroline Ingalls), Melissa Gilbert (Laura Ingalls), Melissa Sue Anderson (Mary Ingalls), Lindsay Sidney Greenbush (Carrie Ingalls)

The Town: Richard Bull (Nels Oleson), Dabbs Greer (Reverend Robert Alden), Kevin Hagen (Dr. Hiram Baker), Charlotte Stewart (Eva Beadle), Karl Swenson (Lars Hanson)

Guest Stars: Michael Conrad (Broder), Merlin Olsen (Jonathan Garvey), Dennis Rucker (B.K. Dankworth/Jesse James), Frank Marth (Lewis Ford), John Bennett Perry (Andrew Hobbs/Frank James)

Co-Starring: Tony Marks (Bob Ford)

Featuring: Alison Arngrim (Nellie Oleson), Jonathan Gilbert (Willie Oleson), Troy Melton (Ned Watkins), Henry Wills (Turner), Bill Shannon (Slade)

Uncredited: Rudy Doucette (Townsman), Jaye Durkus (Townsman), Ruth Foster (Melinda Foster), Carl Pitti (Townsman)

Contents

Plot Overview

The outlaw Jesse James and his brother Frank hideout in Walnut Grove disguised as wealthy businessmen and even hire Mary to help them out, but when bounty hunters come to town looking for them, the brothers end up taking hostages, including Mary.

Notes

Jesse James was shot and killed by Bob Ford on April 3, 1882 in St. Joseph, Missouri.

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