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Preview - Holiday Movies

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

A publisher offers to print John-Boy's stories in book form.
John-Boy takes a part-time job reading to a blind, and bitter, young woman.
John surprises the family by taking a job far from home.
The Waltons help fix up the home of an elderly friend who is eager to have it ready for his wife.
Mary's life is filled with complications as she prepares for a special exam.
A son is born to the Ingalls, and everyone rejoices except Laura, who is afraid that the baby will replace her in her father's affections.
A son is born to the Ingalls, and everyone rejoices except Laura, who is afraid that the baby will replace her in her father's affections.
The Ingalls family is short on cash but long on ingenuity in celebrating Christmas at Plum Creek.
The Olesons finally separate, and neither will budge an inch to patch up their differences.
The Waltons rally to restore Grandpa's zest for life after he suffers a heart attack.
Ben secretly borrows John-Boy's car and gets both into trouble.
John plays matchmaker between his visiting cousin and storeowner Ike Godsey.
Just before an exam, a flighty rich girl purloins John-Boy's study notes.
No longer feeling wanted, Grandpa and Grandma move out.
A wedding-night shivaree nearly scuttles the marriage of Olivia's namesake.
Jason's plans for a career in music run into formidable opposition from his father.
Grandpa brings home a statue he knows Grandma will hate, John-Boy writes a story based on a woman's fantasized love affair.
Jealousy and a lack of communication come between Ben and Jason.
John-Boy falls in love with a visiting poet.
Sickness jeopardizes the family's lumber business.
John-Boy is asked to preach a sermon while the local minister is away.
The family plays host to John-Boy's physics tutor, an aloof 16-year-old genius.
Olivia and Grandma are distressed to learn that the new hired man is a prizefighter.
John approaches his 25-year high-school reunion with regrets, and John-Boy fears he will never become a writer.