The Waltons

Season 4 Episode 23

The House

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 19, 1976 on CBS
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The House
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Zebulon and Esther have conflicting desires for an old, abandoned house—she wants it preserved, while he wants to demolish it for the wood.

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    Helen Kleeb

    Helen Kleeb

    Miss Mamie Baldwin

    Ellen Corby

    Ellen Corby

    Grandma Esther Walton

    Mary Jackson

    Mary Jackson

    Miss Emily Baldwin

    Richard Thomas

    Richard Thomas

    John-Boy Walton

    Eric Scott

    Eric Scott

    Ben Walton

    Michael Learned

    Michael Learned

    Olivia Walton

    Jay Robinson

    Jay Robinson

    Professor Thaxton

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    Rusty Keller

    Rusty Keller

    Hollis

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    Sherry Hursey

    Sherry Hursey

    Felicia

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    Walter Brooke

    Walter Brooke

    Mr. Johnson

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      • The song Grandma wants Jason to play for her and which he later plays at the recital is "Carry Me back to Old Virginny". The next song at the recital is "Cindy (Get Along Home, Cindy, Cindy)".

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Opening Narration: On Walton's Mountain the changing of the seasons marked the rapid day-to-day growth of the younger members of our family. With all the process of change there were lasting values in our lives, as enduring as the mountain itself. But there came a time when our values were tested by events which came upon us without warning.

      • Closing Narration: The window was just the beginning. My father and grandfather parceled out the doors and mantels and paneling of the old Whitby house to our friends and neighbors. Somehow that bit of history in each of their homes brought us all a little closer together.

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