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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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The ridicule of several men only spurs on Mary Ellen and Erin after they enter a horse race.
Jeffrey befriends a young man who hides in the woods and sneaks into town only to snatch necessities.
Inspired by a book entitled "The Fastidious Wife," a pregnant Cindy exhausts herself by catering to Ben.
Jason brings home a Jewish friend whose Polish grandfather has just died, in an extermination camp.
Corabeth is outraged when a new teacher plans a sex-education class, Cindy gives birth to another Walton grandchild.
Jeffrey lets Josh shoulder the blame for a petty theft, Ben yearns to join the armed forces.
The family enjoys a visit from Grandpa's cousin, and Jason tries to break the ice with an officious female sergeant.
The family helps grandma through a surgery.
Pressured by overdue orders and equipment failures, John announces his retirement.
Rose's former suitor comes to Waltons Mountain to settle down, with her.
John-Boy is home on furlough, but is haunted by a memory lapse about his air crash.
Mary Ellen falls for a Mexican-American paratrooper whose arrival is marred by bigots.
John-Boy enjoys the last days at home before going overseas again, Jim-Bob intends to fail a test that will determine his class's valedictorian.
This family special highlights the greatest moments of America's most beloved, Emmy-winning series, "The Waltons." Earl Hammer, Jr., creator and narrator of the original show, hosts. Stars Ralph Waite, Michael Learned.
In the first of two parts, the war in Europe is winding down, and John-Boy and Jason are trying to meet in Paris, Ben is preparing for action in the Pacific.
Jason's girlfriend helps him locate John-Boy in Paris, John ends up in jail when he shelters a friend he believes innocent of murder.
Mary Ellen resolves to further her medical education when she can't diagnose a neighbor's illness.
Jason leads his squad into battle in Germany, the Godseys are charged with violating food-rationing laws.
Cindy believes her nightmares are a premonition of Ben's danger, John-Boy considers staying in Paris after meeting a lovely French woman.
On furlough, Jim-Bob is followed to Waltons Mountain by a love-struck girl, Ben sits out the war in a Japanese prison camp.
In the Pacific, Ben fears execution when he and another POW are marched into the jungle at gunpoint, Jason and his girlfriend seem uncertain about the future of their romance.
With the war over, Ben returns home with dreams of becoming an engineer, not the business partner his father wants.
A spirited young man visiting Waltons Mountain is smitten with Mary Ellen, Jason buys a rundown tavern.
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