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Rock around the Christmas tree with your favorite holiday songs and Hallmark Channel Radio!

Rock around the Christmas tree with your favorite holiday songs and Hallmark Channel Radio!

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As the annual carnival approaches, Elizabeth has recurring nightmares of being trapped on a runaway Ferris wheel.
Erin is determined to marry, but her parents insist she finish school first.
John immediately dislikes his boss at the job he's taken to help pay Grandma's hospital bills.
On her graduation day, Erin feels she's the only Walton without a special talent or career goal.
John-Boy plans to commemorate the doughboy's return from World War I, but no one wants to recall painful war experiences.
John-Boy wins a writing contest and gets to cover the Hindenburg.
Jason's romance with Curt's visiting sister starts tongues wagging.
Grandpa is barred from visiting Esther in the hospital after he clashes with her doctors.
Jean Marsh plays the Baldwin sister's visiting cousin, who refuses to discuss the Nazism of her adopted German homeland.
A prospering Ben woos his boss's daughter, and Olivia plays matchmaker to Ep and his wartime sweetheart.
John-Boy travels to New York to learn the fate of his novel. Flashbacks recall his progress as a writer.
The unorthodox new pastor infatuates Erin.
A black orphan sheltered by the Waltons grows increasingly attached to John.
John has difficulty completing a Government contract when Ben takes a job in Norfolk.
An aged Cherokee claims the Walton's barn stands on a sacred burial ground.
The Waltons discover a girl living in a seaside house thought vacant.
Erin's suitor joins the Army after his marriage proposal is declined.
A woman whose child was stillborn upsets expectant Mary Ellen with superstitions.
Mary Ellen's baby is kidnapped.
Curt is inducted into the Army, and Erin has a bittersweet reunion with furloughed G.W.
Army maneuvers shatter the tranquility of Waltons Mountain.
Jim-Bob's new friend doesn't tell anyone that he ran away from an orphanage.
The Waltons entertain two English orphans as Christmas guests.
Olivia's faith is shaken when the Christmas guests, two English orphans, tell of their parent's wartime death.
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