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  • Autumn Connell Guthrie

    The Waltons. Goodnight, John Boy. Still one of my favorite TV Shows!

  • Kimberly Griffith

    Goodnight John Boy. I muss watching this with my Meme. It reminded her of her own childhood and family life.

  • Bruce Jones

    The Waltons, TV show, The Waltons John and Olivia Walton, their seven children, and John's parents live together in Depression-era rural Virginia. Their close-knit family weathered financial hardship, illness, and World War II. Eldest son "John Boy," an aspiring journalist and novelist, served as the story’s narrator. This was based on a movie titled "Spencer's Mountain" which was based on a novel of the same name.

  • Vickie Williams

    The Waltons...good night John Boy, good night Mary Ellen. Kim Frakes favorite show of all time I guess. I still watch reruns of it all the time. hehehehe If only families were still like this.

  • Solange Stamper

    The Waltons portrayed family life in the 30's. Just loved this programm, childhood memories!

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