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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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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 suffragist informs Mike shes a Woman of the Year nominee, Hank cleans up his act when his grandmother visits.
Sullys method of handling conditions on the reservation displeases the Indian Superintendent, Emma is roughed up by a customer.
A contest spurs Laura to write the first of her Little House books.
Doc Baker is ostracized by the community after Laura blames him for the cradle death of her newborn son.
Jason befriends a childless woman who hires him to help her handyman.
Edwards promises a dying man he'll find a proper home for his 3-year-old Blanche, unaware that the "child" is an orangutan.
Upon graduating, Willie gives his domineering mother a double jolt: he refuses to go to college and insists on getting married.
Lives are changed by new arrivals: Matthew's father, who abandoned the boy when he was 2, and a writer with superior airs.
There's money for farm land, but nothing left over for a plow and seed.
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.
John-Boy's crush on his teacher is laced with envy when he learns she is being courted by the preacher.
Old and young face adjustments in this story about Grandma's increasing infirmities, and Mary Ellen's attempts to leave childhood behind.
A series of obstacles is keeping John and Olivia from going on their first honeymoon.
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 boy's dead mother seems determined to communicate with her son through the Walton Ouija board.
John-Boy's graduation gift, a suit, was bought with money that is now needed to replace the family's dying cow.
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