The Waltons

Season 7 Episode 11

Day of Infamy

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 07, 1978 on CBS
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As Mary Ellen prepares to move to Pearl Harbor to live with Curtis, the Japanese attack, bringing the country into WWII.

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    Robin Eisenman

    Robin Eisenman

    Cindy

    Guest Star

    Norman Andrews

    Norman Andrews

    The Theatre Manager

    Guest Star

    Sid Conrad

    Sid Conrad

    The Professor

    Guest Star

    Art Gilmore

    Art Gilmore

    Airman

    Recurring Role

    Michael & Marshall Reed

    Michael & Marshall Reed

    John Curtis

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    Lynn Hamilton

    Lynn Hamilton

    Verdie Foster

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      • Everyone said that Jim-Bob was too young to enlist, but in "The Secret" John Boy said that Jim-Bob was born on Jan. 13, 1923. On Dec. 7, 1941 Jim-Bob would have been a little over a month from his 19th birthday.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Opening Narration: Time's inexorable march brought constant changes and challenges to the people on Walton's Mountain. Happily for us the closeness of our family seemed always to temper life's harsher moments. However a crisp, cold Sunday morning in December of 1941 was to bring an event that would sorely test our family and the entire nation.

      • Closing Narration: We had always known how strong-willed Mary Ellen could be, but those two December days proved her great inner strength. These were the times that would remain in the memories of all Americans who were old enough to grasp the meaning of what had happened on December 7, 1941, the day when the world was never again to be the same.

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