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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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Suspecting that he may be adopted, Jim-Bob investigates the circumstances of his birth and uncovers a long-hidden family secret.
Grandpa's decision not to attend a war veterans reunion puzzles the family.
John-Boy fears that he is responsible for a fire that has gutted the home.
Olivia is afraid the family, dispersed throughout the neighborhood, may be drifting apart.
Grandpa is suspicious of a runaway that John-Boy has taken in.
Olivia tries to ease the family's financial woes by taking a job as a seamstress.
Mary Ellen's refusal to follow in a family tradition leads to a clash with Grandma.
Grandma and Grandpa feud after taking opposing views on the razing of a historic home.
John-Boy has the opportunity to take over publication of the newspaper.
John-Boy has a stormy reunion with a rich neighbor contemptuous of his plans to start a newspaper.
As the first edition of John-Boy's newspaper goes to press, his crusade for unvarnished truth-telling hits home.
A wrong diagnosis by Mary Ellen could spell disaster for Grandma.
To help pay his tuition, Jason takes a job at a tavern.
Olivia wants to bring the unbaptized members of her family into the fold.
John-Boy decides to print excerpts from Hitler's writings in his paper.
A prowler terrorizes Waltons Mountain, just when Jason plans to organize a dance.
Mary Ellen shocks her parents by announcing her engagement.
The Waltons plan for Mary Ellen's wedding.
To pay off the mounting bills on his newspaper operation, John-Boy sells some land entrusted to him by Grandpa.
A few turns on Ike's motorcycle and Jim-Bob is ready to enter a race.
John's 90-year-old aunt sours her visit with incessant meddling.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm separates the Waltons on the holiday.
A candidate for sheriff showers the Waltons with largess to gain John-Boy's paper as a mouthpiece.
Grandma threatens to quit the church when she is asked to share the organ-playing.
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