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Christmas for a Dollar (2013)
Lame Acting and No Research into Behavior/Respect During the Depression
Poor acting: Ruthie the youngest daughter and Miss Mayfield the teacher were the worst actors. I knew this could not be a family from the Depression Era when the first scene shows food being fed to the dog, and actors leaving plates with food on the table. Also, the children were whiny and rude in school. One character who was dubbed as a "good boy" trespassed, not once, but twice. Overall, not the great, inspirational film many say it is. To correct their judgment, they need to watch The Waltons Homecoming.
An Episode Everyone Needs to See
To me, this is the best episode of Little House on the Prairie. It addresses poverty, hard work, family, and sacrifice. Our American society of today needs to revisit this episode. It is wonderful on all levels. I truly see why Charles Ingalls is the richest man in Walnut Grove.