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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.

When John is offered $25,000 for Waltons Mountain, he must decide whether his children would benefit more from the money, or their birthright.
The children must learn to accept death when their friend is discovered to have leukemia.
The family adjusts to Olivia's pregnancy, made bittersweet by the untimeliness of another mouth to feed during the lean Depression years.
A bitter orphan has a profound effect upon a couple who cannot have children.
A lesson about snobbery awaits the Ingalls girls on their first day at school.
After his crop is destroyed by hail, Charles (Michael Landon) hits the road in a search for work.
Caroline (Karen Grassle) turns matchmaker when Charles brings home their bachelor neighbor from Kansas.
Laura (Melissa Gilbert) fancies a shy new classmate who seems to have eyes only for Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson).
To gather her family together, elderly Amy Hearn fakes her death and arranges for a wake on her 80th birthday.
Sully leaves town to resign from his position as Indian agent and, on the road, finds an injured Loren, who's been scouting for property in the former Cheyenne lands.
As their wedding nears, Mike and Sully reflect on their relationship (via clips from previous episodes).
Mike and Sully are ready to tie the knot, but not before they tie up some loose ends.
Newlyweds Mike and Sully adjust to a new life in a changing town, where Preston arrives to establish the first bank.
The family adjusts to Olivia's pregnancy, made bittersweet by the untimeliness of another mouth to feed during the lean Depression years.
A bitter orphan has a profound effect upon a couple who cannot have children.
A twisted ankle gives Laura insight into the plight of a disabled schoolmate (Kim Richards).
Inexperienced Mr. Edwards (Victor French) baby-sits with the girls while their parents are away for a few days.
Substitute teacher Caroline finds her biggest challenge in a shy teenager who never learned to read or write.
Although her father advises against it, Laura tries to tame a raccoon.
A mute traveling coppersmith plays a key role in resolving a squabble over a bell for the church.
Susan Allison, TV reporter, receives a sentimental news assignment: the story of Caroline Thomas, who has waited 60 years for her pilot husband; declared missing in action during World War II, to return to her.
A boy's dead mother seems determined to communicate with her son through the Walton Ouija board.