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Experience the moments, the wonder and the drama. Quality entertainment with inspiring stories and award-winning stars.

Experience the moments, the wonder and the drama. Quality entertainment with inspiring stories and award-winning stars.

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Olivia's faith is shaken when the Christmas guests, two English orphans, tell of their parent's wartime death.
The family is puzzled by Olivia's moodiness and erratic behavior.
A lumber contract and the chance to pay off a mortgage give the Waltons a sense of impending prosperity.
Elizabeth sparks rumors of a German invasion when an immigrant settles nearby.
Sully struggles to survive in the wilderness after the reservation revolt and Mike is determined to find him.
Mike helps Sully recover from his injuries, and a plan is formulated to keep him hidden from the Army.
Jonathan refuses to let his wife take a job when their crop is destroyed.
The Ingalls and Oleson families spend a day at the fair.
Miss Beadle and Nellie fall for a farmer and his son.
Charles harbors an Indian who suffered a stroke while leading his people to new lands.
Matlock decks the halls of justice, defending the Scrooge-like owner of a toy store accused of killing his business partner after firing the Santa he hired.
Matlock hands Michelle her first big case, in which the eyewitness to the crime is a sharp-minded lawyer--and the real murderer.
Continuing education gives Matlock the opportunity of defending a classmate who allegedly killed the professor.
A despised talk show host is axed and Matlock comes to the defense of the producer who is accused of the nasty deed.
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.
The family is puzzled by Olivia's moodiness and erratic behavior.
A lumber contract and the chance to pay off a mortgage give the Waltons a sense of impending prosperity.
Mary begins teaching in a community whose dominating citizen thinks education is evil.
A wedding anniversary prompts Caroline to recall her early days with Charles.
The death of a barely remembered uncle leaves Charles heir to a fortune.
The Olesons take in a relative sent West to learn some simple values.
Caroline fears that her baby won't be the boy she's sure Charles wants.
Ben and Jim-Bob compete for the attentions of the fairer sex.
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