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The Waltons

Season 5 Episode 9

The Cloudburst

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 11, 1976 on CBS
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John-Boy and the Godseys sell land to a mining company, without understanding what will truly happen to their parcels.

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    Joe Conley

    Joe Conley

    Ike Godsey

    Ellen Corby

    Ellen Corby

    Grandma Esther Walton

    Tom Bower

    Tom Bower

    Dr. Curtis Willard

    Richard Thomas

    Richard Thomas

    John-Boy Walton

    Judy Norton

    Judy Norton

    Mary Ellen Willard

    Ronnie Claire Edwards

    Ronnie Claire Edwards

    Corabeth Godsey

    John Carter (IV)

    John Carter (IV)

    Mr. Shelby

    Guest Star

    William Bryant

    William Bryant

    Lyle Carter

    Guest Star

    Ron Hajek

    Ron Hajek

    Russell Travis

    Guest Star

    Nora Marlowe

    Nora Marlowe

    Mrs. Brimmer

    Recurring Role

    Cindy Eilbacher

    Cindy Eilbacher

    Martha Rose Coverdale

    Recurring Role

    John Ritter

    John Ritter

    Rev. Matthew Fordwick

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      • Opening Narration: The mountain had been our home ever since the first Walton put his axe to a pine tree and built his cabin on a plateau near the summit. Since then, each Walton child had been instilled with a regard for the traditions of the land on which we lived. Ironically, it was I who violated those traditions and exposed our mountain to a danger unforseen, and literally unknown, in our sheltered community.

      • Closing Narration: Although it had been spared, that piece of land was never again to belong to us. Mr. Shelby has never returned, but the flower lovers and bird watchers are waiting.

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