The Waltons

Season 7 Episode 13

The Boosters

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 28, 1978 on CBS
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Ben and Corabeth want to open an auto court. Yancy takes a barbering class by mail, hoping to start his own business.

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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 Willard

Ronnie Claire Edwards

Ronnie Claire Edwards

Corabeth Godsey

Llynn Storer

Llynn Storer

Man #1

Guest Star

Gordon Hodgins

Gordon Hodgins

Man #2

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Pearl Shear

Pearl Shear

Zuleika Dunbar

Recurring Role

Robert Donner

Robert Donner

Yancy Tucker

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    • Opening Narration: Most of the time when strangers appeared on Walton's Mountain they were people who had taken the wrong turn from the main highway and had gotten themselves lost. But the coming of World War Two was to bring many strangers who were actually looking for the mountain, and while we didn't exactly have a traffic problem, we did have traffic. And that's what gave my brother Ben the idea for the boldest venture he had ever attempted.

    • Closing Narration: The important thing about any community is not the grandeur of its buildings but the spirit of its people. Ben and the Boosters continued to work together to help the little town through its growing pains. Ben went back to work at our father's mill, but he had proved he could make good on his own. Walton's Mountain didn't become the largest town in Jefferson County, but it did prosper and expand in the years to come. Corabeth's dream of a town square with a fountain did come true. Though it didn't have the splendor that she had envisioned, that cool spring water gave welcome refreshment to home folks and strangers alike.

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