The Waltons: Season 4
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Note that this set includes four double-sided discs and one single-sided disc. Disc 5 has content on only one side.
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- 24 episodes on five double-sided discs
- Note: this set has closed-captioning but no English, French, or Spanish subtitles
Top Customer Reviews
The Sermon - John Boy is asked to preach Sunday services and he gets plenty of coaching from proud Grandma.
The Competition - Ben gets angry and leaves just as the Waltons get into a competition for a huge contract.
The Search - Story by Ellen Corby (Grandma) Olivia, Jim Bob and Elizabeth are lost in the woods after a car accident.
The Fox - Grandpa's war stories don't quite live up to the truth.
The Burnout - The family is scattered after the house burns down.
The Quiliting - Tensions flare between Grandma, Olivia and Mary Ellen after Grandma plans a quilting party to announce Mary Ellen is ready for courting.
The House - Grandma and Grandpa are on different sides of the county's decision to tear down an old house.
Thank goodness for The Waltons! The Waltons is a series that everyone in the family can sit down and enjoy together. Parents can relax because there is no cursing or foul language, no double-entendre sex jokes, no graphic violence, just real characters growing up in a much more innocent age than we currently live in. (For a look at how our grandparents grew up, watch the Waltons).
In Season Four of the series, 24 episodes are presented, all of them being quality family enertainment. I have my favorite episodes of season 4 and you will too - there is much to like about this season. John-boy grows closer to graduation from college and begins a newspaper, Mary-Ellen begins her first steps in her nursing career, Ben grows into a young man with strong ideas of his own, and of course there is always the steady presence of the parents and grandparents, guiding this large family through the trying years of the Great Depression.Read more ›
Sure, they even have their own disputes and squabbles amongst themselves, but also without turning it into something downright nasty, brutal, or patronizing. So, having said all that, this is definitely one classic TV show which will always deserve a special place in my heart. ;)
GOD BLESS EARL HAMNER AND THE WALTONS CAST
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great show then and now, they had family morals And ideals back then. Sad how that's non- existent these days.. Really sad!!!Published 1 month ago by Pamela L. Lindsey
I bought this for my husband for a gift and he absolutely loves it. Actually we both do. We love to relax and watch an episode of the Waltons.Published 2 months ago by Denise White
Great seeing again, a time when family bonds and values were wholesome.Published 4 months ago by Trek_King
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