Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Waltons The Complete Sixth Season|
Actors: Jon Walmsley, Mary Beth McDonough, Eric Scott, Judy Norton-Taylor, David W. Harper
Genres: Drama, Television
It's a big year for welcomes on Walton's Mountain. Welcome back to John- Boy, visiting from New York, and to Grandma, finally home from the hospital. And welcome to the family for Mary Ellen and Curt's baby boy John Curtis... more »
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Waltons Season 6 - a great season
Ashley Stull | Missouri | 10/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Season 6 was a great season for the best show ever!!
Here is the episode list:
The Grandchild (2 part episode)
The First Casualty
The Battle of Drucilla's Pond
The Children's Carol (2 part episode)
The Family Tree
The Ordeal (2 part episode)
The Return (2 part episode)
Grandma Comes Home
This is last season in which all 11 members of the family appear although
there is not an episode with all of them in it. Grandma's performance in
Grandma Comes Home will never be forgotten. Richard Thomas is a guest star in The Return and The Revelation. Mary Ellen becomes a mother in The Grandchild. Jason is featured in The Recluse and The Family Tree. Ben and Jim bob have some great moments in Spring Fever. Olivia is featured in The Milestone and The Children's Carol. Elizabeth also has some great episodes - The Rumor, The Warrior, and The Ordeal. Erin has a great episode when she loses G.W. in The Volunteer. Racism is addressed in The Stray, The Festival and The Family Tree. The Waltons find out that they may have not have been the first to "own" Walton's Mountain in the Warrior. Jon and Olivia celebrate their 25th anniversary this season. Will Geer shines as Grandpa through the whole season. This is such a great season of the best family drama ever.
I highly recommend this season with 5 stars!!"
The Complete Series of The Waltons
stylist | USA | 10/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I grew up watching the Walton's series and I have enjoyed them sooooooooo much growing up. So when I found out that Amazon had them I HAD to get them I have watched them over and over every week since then. I am thirty seven years old and I think every family should have the total and complete series of The Waltons they are that good!!! They have good morals and values that the world today is LACKING BIG TIME!!!!!!!!!! I think all ages should watch and learn how to respect and Love each other again."
Great Season But Edited Shows From Warner Bros.
ELC | Grand Rapids, Mi. | 01/09/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It is nice that Warner Bros is making these great shows of "The Waltons" available on DVD, but I am sorry to report that I just watched the two-part episode "The Return" and it is edited and has approximately six minutes cut from it. How can this happen Warner Bros? In this
episode the character of John-Boy (Richard Thomas) returns home for a visit from New York. I own this episode on video tape, recorded several years ago from WGN. There are some coal mine scenes which are edited, including a scene of a small cave in before the big one hits. There is a scene in which the daughter Erin gives her father John some money to help the family out, and this is cut from the DVD. There is a scene in which the character of Harley refuses to discuss his fears of a possible cave in with his wife Verdie which is not on this DVD. Again, I think about six minutes total is missing.
I noticed a few edits in the season five set too. I must say when I am
paying for a complete season and see so many cuts or edits it is pretty
disappointing. Were the original master tapes not available? I would very
much like to know what happed as this cut up episode, "The Return", is one of my favorites. I thought that quality control at Warner Bros. would do a better job. From what I could tell "Grandma Comes Home" seemed complete, but what happened with "The Return"? This is why I rate this as four stars instead of five. The series itself is easily five stars."
"Grandma Comes Home" is remarkable episode
R. Royall | Houston | 11/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The final episode of Season 6 is unbelievably touching, as Ellen Corby returns to the show, still struggling severely from the effects of her stroke in November 1976. But her courage is remarkable and her acting ability, through her eyes and facial expressions, is still Emmy-worthy. Her scene with Michael Learned, trying to prepare the string beans, and then the final scene ever with Will Geer, who died unexpectedly two months after the filming of this episode, are unforgettable."