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The Waltons

Season 4 Episode 21

The Test

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Feb 05, 1976 on CBS
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Olivia's initial pleasure with work as a dressmaker soon wears off when she misses tending to the family. Maude Gormley isn't adjusting well to life in a retirement home.

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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

    Judy Norton

    Judy Norton

    Mary Ellen Walton

    Eric Scott

    Eric Scott

    Ben Walton

    Abby Dalton

    Abby Dalton

    Stella Lewis

    Guest Star

    John Wheeler

    John Wheeler

    Leonard Gourmley

    Guest Star

    James O'Connell

    James O'Connell

    Ed Knightly

    Guest Star

    Merie Earle

    Merie Earle

    Maude Gormley

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      • Opening Narration: There was one daily reality in our life on Walton's Mountain, and that was the Depression and our constant and continuing need for money. I count it remarkable that we, and others like us, were not totally defeated by hard times. The credit for that of course must go to our parents and their unique strengths—strengths that were tested almost daily.

      • Closing Narration: There were other peaks and valleys for our family during the remainder of the Depression, but it seems now as if each testing was a strengthening of our regard for each other. Our family unity would not permit us to be defeated: Downed and struggling sometimes, but never defeated.

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