TV Series | TV-PG | | Drama, Family, Romance
The life and adventures of the Ingalls family in the nineteenth century American Midwest.
Each 45 minute episode took, on average, seven days to shoot requiring four days on location at Big Sky Ranch in Simi Valley for 'Walnut Grove' exteriors (and various Hollywood studio backlots for "Sleepy Eye", "Mankato" "Winoka", etc.), and three days in the studio for all interiors.
In part one of Gold Country, even though there has been continuous torrential rain for months, there is also blazing sunshine and clear blue skies visible in several shots in Walnut Grove, despite the rain.