The Waltons

Season 9 Episode 25

A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 22, 1982 on CBS
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A Day for Thanks on Walton's Mountain
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Elizabeth is saddened that most of the family will be away for Thanksgiving, but one-by-one the family trickles in to be together for the holiday. John-Curtis has an imaginary friend, and his identity catches the family by surprise.

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    Helen Kleeb

    Helen Kleeb

    Miss Mamie Baldwin

    Joe Conley

    Joe Conley

    Ike Godsey

    Ellen Corby

    Ellen Corby

    Grandma Esther Walton

    Mary Jackson

    Mary Jackson

    Miss Emily Baldwin

    Judy Norton

    Judy Norton

    Mary Ellen Walton Willard Jones

    Ronnie Claire Edwards

    Ronnie Claire Edwards

    Corabeth Godsey

    DeAnna Robbins

    DeAnna Robbins

    Aimee Godsey

    Guest Star

    David Friedman

    David Friedman

    John-Curtis Walton

    Guest Star

    Melinda Naud

    Melinda Naud

    Jane

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    Richard Gilliland

    Richard Gilliland

    Jonesy

    Recurring Role

    Morgan Stevens

    Morgan Stevens

    Paul Northridge

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    Robert Donner

    Robert Donner

    Yancy Tucker

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      • Opening Narration: In those days before Thanksgiving 1947, it seemed unlikely that we would sit down together as a family for the traditional dinner. The years of growing up were passing, and we were caught in the tides of our individual lives, separated by much more than miles.

      • Closing Narration: There is in the wonder of childhood the magic of believing— the all-entrusting sensitive mind that reaches out to be touched. Our Grandfather's long presence on this mountain made him live on in the lives of the family who cherished him, somehow even unto a great-grandson he never knew. Blessings need not always be understood, only deeply felt. That Thanksgiving Day in 1947 became a day of release and discovery. I'd come home again, and home was still there.

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