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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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Big-city adventure for John-Boy in a timber-rights battle with a lumber company.
John-Boy tutors a woman too proud to admit she can't read or write.
John-Boy plays John Alden for a shy blacksmith courting a starry-eyed city girl.
Sissy Spacek guest stars as John-Boy's romantic classmate, who's part tiger, part pussycat, and anxious to get married.
The entire family suffers a crisis when Olivia is stricken with polio.
Olivia attempts to overcome the effects of polio.
The family tries to help an ailing neighbor who will die unless she can be persuaded to rest.
On a hike in the mountains, John-Boy encounters a sick, runaway girl. Sissy Spacek guest stars.
After a childish argument, Grandma and Grandpa threaten to separate.
John is suspected of stealing from a neighbor.
A widowed family friend is working hard to woo a poor itinerant and his little boy.
After he sees a friend stealing chickens, John-Boy must decide whether to tell the sheriff.
An old beau of Olivia's, planning to run for office, comes to be a judge at the county fair.
An orphan boy's boasts of an upcoming minor-league tryout are thrilling the family except for John-Boy, who is feeling skeptical and left out.
Erin becomes attached to an orphaned fawn, despite the family's insistence that the wild animal must go.
Thanksgiving time on Walton's Mountain means a turkey shoot, a school play about early settlers, and the big meal.
Thanksgiving time on Walton's Mountain means a turkey shoot, a school play about early settlers, and the big meal.
A substitute teacher is disrupting the children's lives with her curt attitude and domineering manner.
A bequest to Grandma sets the family dreaming of a hundred ways to spend the much-needed money.
Olivia's birthday celebration is disrupted when a mail pilot is forced to make a landing in the Waltons meadow.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm separates the Waltons on the holiday.
The beginning of one of the greatest frontier stories of all time. The Ingalls family begins their long journey west.
There's money for farm land, but nothing left over for a plow and seed.
A lesson about snobbery awaits the Ingalls girls on their first day at school.
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