Toilet on the Moor he remains one of the most loved people television series of all times. Based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder and set in the 1870s, the show was followed by Charles (Michael Landon) and Caroline (Karen Grassle) and their three daughters Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson), daughter of middle / narrator Laura (Melissa Gilbert), and youngest daughter Carrie (Sidney Greenbush).
After nearly 40 years, the last show gets a resume, but what happened to the original one Toilet on the Moor house?
‘Little House on the Prairie’ gets a resume
Toilet on the Moor fans are thrilled with the latest news about the beloved series; it is finally getting a restart. There have been several previous attempts on reboots to refresh the display, but this latest one is attractive.
Hollywood Reporter reports that Paramount TV Studios and Anonymous Content are developing an hour – long drama based on the novel Laura Ingalls Wilder. It will be produced by Trip Friendly, the late son Toilet on the Moor producer, Ed Friendly.
“It sounds like a very simple story. This woman traveled all over the Midwest and sat down one day and wrote a handful of books about it. ” American Mastersexecutive producer Michael Kantor reported Weekly entertainment. “But this is a complex story about the separation between fact and fiction and how her daughter was involved.”
It was for this reason that ‘Toilet on the Perry’ was canceled
After nearly a decade on the air, Toilet on the PrairiIt was finally canceled in 1983. While ratings had dropped dramatically with the NBC drama series before Season 9, that’s not the only reason it ended.
It turns out to be the perfect ending to the series since Laura, the narrator, grew up and married. “I didn’t think a married woman should still come to her father for advice,” Landon said. The New York Times back in 1984. ”But when we started this show, we never thought it would last that long.”
The house from ‘Little House on the Prairie’ is still in existence
At the end of the series, actor Stan Ivar, who came into the show in Season 9 as the elegant blacksmith John Carter, asked if he could hold the set. He got his wish. Ivar had dismantled the house and moved it to his home in rural LA County.
“People were feeling better, knowing the toilet was safe,” said Alison Arngrim, who starred as Nellie Olsen. Weekly entertainment. “We’ve all said it would be great to see him in the Smithsonian.” Today, the house still sits in Ivar’s back garden. He tried to donate it to the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. However, Ed Friendly added to the idea. A friendly visit, he told EW,
I don’t know him [Ivar having the house]. It was owned by NBC, so it would be up to them to decide what to do [with it]. But I think it’s an amazing thing if it can be done.