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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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A book peddler uses the Waltons deposit money to buy a present for his little girl.
Desperate for a car to get him to college, John-Boy is doing repair work for a neighbor in exchange for an old roadster.
Grandpa helps his aged sister-in-law fight Government eviction from her land.
Grandpa helps his aged sister-in-law fight Government eviction from her land.
It's John-Boy's first day at college, and everything goes wrong.
John-Boy pits the family mule against a chum's Thoroughbred in a cross-country race.
Shouts of "kill the umpire" turn out to be deadly accurate when a softball-league ump calls his last strike, leaving Matlock to sort through a team full of suspects.
A pyramid-scheming huckster is murdered, and Matlock hopes to sell the jury on the idea that his client was framed by one of three suspects, all with motive and opportunity.
Matlock sorts through the complicated family 'affairs' of a popular romantic advice columnist, while he offers his own advice to his client who's accused of the columnist's murder.
Matlock defends his nephew, a certified genius charged with murder, who helps his own case by matching wits with a computer to identify the person who killed a think-tank director.
Matlock uses a little legal legerdemain in his defense of a magician who's trying to escape charges of murdering his ambitious assistant.
Matlock goes angling for evidence when he defends a Vietnamese immigrant charged with the murder of a bigoted fisherman.
Matlock is wary of an inheritance attorney who shows up to help with the defense of an emotionally unstable heiress charged with murder.
Matlock's attitude toward his new neighbor Les sours when Les is accused of murdering the used-car dealer who sold him a lemon.
A British ambassador is accused of murdering his lover's husband, but rather than hiding behind diplomatic immunity, his New York attorney sends for Matlock to negotiate a solution.
After a murder attempt on Matlock and the ambassador fails, Matlock sets out to find the only witness to the original crime--his client's accuser.
Matlock and Julie head for the hills in pursuit of a material witness in the case of a wife accused of shooting her philandering husband.
Matlock reluctantly agrees to try to keep Michelle's caustic deejay friend from facing the music when he's accused of canceling a rival jock's show, permanently.
Matlock does the investigating when his friend, a burned-out police captain, constructs an elaborate frame to escape a young cop's accusations of murder.
A distraught man (Mitchell Laurance) takes Matlock's friends hostage and, while they wait for his return, Michelle, Julie and Tyler try to dissuade the gunman with tales of Ben's sly detective work and courtroom heroics.
Matlock blows into the Windy City when he's hired by a reporter to defend the 60's radical accused of assassinating Chicago's mayor.
Reporter O'Neill tracks the mayor's killer to Texas while, back in Chicago, Matlock uncovers the motive - a dirty real-estate deal involving a respected judge.
Matlock gets another shot at a case when a recently paroled client is again accused of murdering his wife after she turns up alive and well and rich.
Matlock analyzes the case of a psychiatrist accused of murdering the abusive husband of an emotionally disturbed patient, whose missing diary may hold the key.
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