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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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John-Boy has a stormy reunion with a rich neighbor contemptuous of his plans to start a newspaper.
As the first edition of John-Boy's newspaper goes to press, his crusade for unvarnished truth-telling hits home.
A wrong diagnosis by Mary Ellen could spell disaster for Grandma.
To help pay his tuition, Jason takes a job at a tavern.
Olivia wants to bring the unbaptized members of her family into the fold.
John-Boy decides to print excerpts from Hitler's writings in his paper.
A prowler terrorizes Waltons Mountain, just when Jason plans to organize a dance.
Mary Ellen shocks her parents by announcing her engagement.
The Waltons plan for Mary Ellen's wedding.
To pay off the mounting bills on his newspaper operation, John-Boy sells some land entrusted to him by Grandpa.
A few turns on Ike's motorcycle and Jim-Bob is ready to enter a race.
John's 90-year-old aunt sours her visit with incessant meddling.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm separates the Waltons on the holiday.
A candidate for sheriff showers the Waltons with largess to gain John-Boy's paper as a mouthpiece.
Grandma threatens to quit the church when she is asked to share the organ-playing.
As the annual carnival approaches, Elizabeth has recurring nightmares of being trapped on a runaway Ferris wheel.
Erin is determined to marry, but her parents insist she finish school first.
John immediately dislikes his boss at the job he's taken to help pay Grandma's hospital bills.
On her graduation day, Erin feels she's the only Walton without a special talent or career goal.
John-Boy plans to commemorate the doughboy's return from World War I, but no one wants to recall painful war experiences.
John-Boy wins a writing contest and gets to cover the Hindenburg.
Jason's romance with Curt's visiting sister starts tongues wagging.
Grandpa is barred from visiting Esther in the hospital after he clashes with her doctors.
Jean Marsh plays the Baldwin sister's visiting cousin, who refuses to discuss the Nazism of her adopted German homeland.
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