The Waltons

Season 5 Episode 4

The Baptism

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Oct 14, 1976 on CBS
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John shows no interest of baptism or tent meetings when a famous evangelist visits Walton's Mountain.

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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

    Richard Thomas

    Richard Thomas

    John-Boy Walton

    Judy Norton

    Judy Norton

    Mary Ellen Walton

    John Karlen

    John Karlen

    Rev. Ezekiel L. Henshaw

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    Judy Motulsky

    Judy Motulsky

    Woman Convert

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    Ellen Nickles

    Ellen Nickles

    Texas

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    Cissy Wellman

    Cissy Wellman

    Sissy

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    John Ritter

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    Rev. Matthew Fordwick

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      • Goofs:  during the baptism scene there are several.  First one is after corabeth returns to the bank and they cut to mamie and Emily if you look close the little girl getting dunked looks likes she's already been in the water the whole front of her is soaked though hair's not.  Second goof is that Mary ellen doesn't get baptized.  Third goof is when at the end if you look at the crowd erin looks like she has wet hair but  she'd already been baptized according to a comment made earlier in the episode.  Cora beth also looks like she's wearing something blue under her robe but it doesn't show except near her neck and not at all through robe,.  What does show looks darker than what did before and not even really blue

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Opening Narration: We were a religious people on Walton's Mountain. The church was the center of our social, as well as our spiritual, lives. Each year there would come a great religious revival when each of us would be called upon to examine our conscience and to receive salvation. It was a time of joyous reunion, of intense religious fervor, and was looked forward to with great anticipation by everyone except my father.

      • Closing Narration: Each year revival time would come and go. My father never was baptized, but that did not keep him from worshiping his God as he saw fit, and being, at least to his friends and to his family, the most godly of men.

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