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Laura, the Prairie Girl

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Laura, The Prairie Girl
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Little Laura and her family
(Sōgen no Shōjo Rōra)
GenreHistorical drama, Old West
Anime television series
Directed bySeiji Endō,
Mitsuo Ezaki
Written byMasao Maruyama,
Laura Ingalls Wilder (novels)
StudioNippon Animation
Original networkTBS
Original run 7 October 1975 3 April 1976
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Laura, the Prairie Girl (草原の少女ローラ, Sōgen no Shōjo Rōra) is a Japanese anime television series based on the novels Little House in the Big Woods and Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Twenty-six episodes were released, between 1975 and 1976, each lasting about 30 minutes.


Laura Ingalls
The protagonist of the series. Voiced by: Kazuko Sugiyama
Charles Ingalls
Laura's father. Voiced by: Shūsei Nakamura
Caroline Ingalls
Laura's mother. Voiced by: Eiko Masuyama
Mary Ingalls
Laura's older sister. Voiced by: Masako Sugaya
Carrie Ingalls
Laura's younger sister. Voiced by: Yoneko Matsukane
Mr. Edwards
Voiced by: Masaaki Okabe


  • Directors: Seiji Endō and Mitsuo Ezaki
  • Writer: Masao Maruyama
  • Executive Producer: Kōichi Motohashi
  • Music: Akihiko Takashima
  • Director of Photography: Keishichi Kuroki
  • Art Director: Masahiro Ioka
  • Character Designer: Yasuji Mori
  • Animation Director: Yasuji Mori

Season 1

  1. "Little house in a big forest" October 7, 1975
  2. "A wolf cub arrives" October 14, 1975
  3. "Everyone's treasure" October 21, 1975
  4. "The boy in the covered wagon" October 28, 1975
  5. "New house across the forest" November 4, 1975
  6. "Bear cub we met at the waterfall" November 11, 1975
  7. "My hero the cowboy" November 18, 1975
  8. "A fawn is calling" November 25, 1975
  9. "Bullets made by dad" December 5, 1975
  10. "Bearded guest" December 12, 1975
  11. "Lost migrating bird" December 19, 1975
  12. "Where did Santa Claus go?" December 26, 1975
  13. "Pa disappears in a snowstorm" January 2, 1976
  14. "Dreams and hope! Departing for the prairies" January 9, 1976
  15. "Big adventure! Crossing the frozen lake" January 16, 1976
  16. "Jack the dog disappears" January 23, 1976
  17. "Come back, Jack, my dear dog!" January 30, 1976
  18. "Cute animals of the big prairies" February 6, 1976
  19. "Build it quickly! Our new house" February 13, 1976
  20. "A wolf pack surrounds the house" February 20, 1976
  21. "New house built with Pa" February 27, 1976
  22. "A cute calf has arrived!" March 6, 1976
  23. "Perilous well-digging" March 13, 1976
  24. "Something terrible happened!" March 20, 1976
  25. "My house is burning!!" March 27, 1976
  26. "Wheat, grow tall!" April 3, 1976


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