The Waltons

Season 6 Episode 13

The Children's Carol (2)

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 05, 1977 on CBS
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The Children's Carol (2)
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Jason begins to have doubts about his ability to fight in the war. Jim-Bob makes an amazing discovery on Christmas morning.

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Helen Kleeb

Helen Kleeb

Miss Mamie Baldwin

Joe Conley

Joe Conley

Ike Godsey

Mary Jackson

Mary Jackson

Miss Emily Baldwin

Tom Bower

Tom Bower

Dr. Curtis Willard

Judy Norton

Judy Norton

Mary Ellen Willard

Ronnie Claire Edwards

Ronnie Claire Edwards

Corabeth Godsey

Sally Boyden

Sally Boyden

Tess Wrayburn

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Ed Owens

Ed Owens

Sgt. Grimes

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Steve Eastin

Steve Eastin

Airman

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Jeff Cotler

Jeff Cotler

Pip Wrayborn

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Dorothy Shay

Dorothy Shay

Thelma

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Peter Fox

Peter Fox

Rev. Hank Buchanan

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The ending narration says that was the last Christmas before the US entered World War II. However, as the season continues with spring of 1940, this would be Christmas of 1939. Since the US entered World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941, this is untrue. However, since the show skipped a year between season 6 and 7 (as it also did between 5 and 6), this is true from a 'watching all the episodes in a row' standpoint.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Jason: O children he is one of us untouched by hate or fear.
      O children we are one with him this joyful time of year.
      Everyone: Join hands, join hearts, and sing his song of peace and men's good will.
      Shout out the birth of the Christmas child, that child is with us still.
      Join hands, join hearts, and sing his song of peace and men's good will.
      Shout out the birth of the Christmas child, that child is with us still.

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