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Honesty. Integrity. Family. Stories of a family's - and a nation's - yesteryear continue in six Reunion Movies. Set in the 1940s are A Wedding on Walton's Mountain (will Erin have a change of heart?), Mothers' Day on Walton's Mountain (honoring the person everyone turns to when crises arise) and A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain (with Robert Wightman as John-Boy). Taking place in the 1960s and featuring Richard Thomas as John-Boy are A Walton Thanksgiving Reunion (as a nation mourns the death of JFK), A Walton Wedding (no big-city Manhattan nuptials for John-Boy) and A Walton Easter (Happy 40th, John and Olivia!). Six warm Walton memories are yours to share. For fans of the family-friendly classic TV series, this 3-disc set features six made for television holiday-themed movies.]]>
Loved every minute ot the movies. I would highly recommend it for anyone looking for wholesome entertainment.Published 3 days ago by Carolyn S. Borden
A must collection for any fan of The Walton's TV show. I truly wish that they had made more TV specials of this wonderful TV show! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Barbie Doll
For fans of the Walton television series, these are wonderful follow-up stories of the 'after the war' lives of the characters. We have very much enjoyed watching these.Published 29 days ago by Buddyboy
Disappointed. The package looked fine when it arrived, but inside the cover was cracked and the CD had major scratches on it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol Bixby
My father loves the Waltons. We enjoyed watching these movie follow ups.Published 1 month ago by Angela Chopp
Grew up watching it with my folks. Must have. Especially if you longed for the old daysPublished 1 month ago by George E. Duffy Jr.
For those that enjoy classic television and The Waltons, this is a good addition to your series DVD collection.Published 1 month ago by Bill
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Because the copyright holder is different - Warner Bros for the series; Paramount for the pilot film. You can get "The Homecoming" seperately, so there is no real problem.
Feb 8, 2010 by Steve | See all 2 posts
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