The Waltons. The complete seventh season [videorecording] / Warner Bros. Television ; a Lorimar production ; produced by Rod Peterson ; produced in association with Amanda Productions, Inc.
- 5 of 5 copies available at NC Cardinal. (Show)
- 1 of 1 copy available at Harnett County Library System.
1 current hold with 5 total copies.
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|Harnett County Main Library||DVD F Wal 464-466T (Text)||33630005037176||Adult Video||Available||-|
- ISBN: 141986775X
- ISBN: 9781419867750
- Physical Description: 3 videodiscs (1148 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Distributor: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, 
Title from container.
Created by Earl Hamner.
Originally broadcast on television during the 1978-1979 season.
Contains all 23 episodes from the seventh season.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Disc 1, Side A: Episode 1: The empty nest, parts 1 and 2 / written by Rod Peterson & Claire Whitaker ; directed by Philip Leacock -- Episode 2: The calling / written by Kathleen Hite ; directed by Gwen Arner -- Episode 3: The moonshiner / written by Jeb Rosebrook ; directed by Lawrence Dobkin. Disc 1, Side B: Episode 4: The obsession / written by Juliet Packer ; directed by Gwen Arner -- Episode 5: The changeling / written by Robert Pirosh ; directed by Lawrence Dobkin -- Episode 6: The portrait / written by John Dunkel ; directed by Ralph Senensky -- Episode 7: The captive / written by Ray Cunneff ; directed by Ralph Waite. Disc 2, Side A: Episode 8: The illusion / written by John McGreevey ; directed by Walter Alzmann -- Episode 9: The beau / written by D.C. Fontana & Richard Fontana ; directed by Gwen Arner -- Episode 10: Day of infamy / written by Paul Savage ; directed by Harry Harris -- Episode 11: The yearning / written by Juliet Packer ; directed by Nell Cox. Disc 2, Side B: Episode 12: The boosters / written by Robert Pirosh ; directed by Harry Harris -- Episode 13: The conscience / written by Michael McGreevey ; directed by Gwen Arner -- Episode 14: The obstacle / written by Curtis Dwight ; directed by William Bushnell, Jr. -- Episode 15: The parting / written by Kathleen Hite ; directed by Harry Harris. Disc 3, Side A: Episode 16: The burden / written by E.F. Wallengren ; directed by Harry Harris -- Episode 17: The pin-up / written by Juliet Packer ; directed by Larry Stewart -- Episode 18: The attack / written by E.F. Wallengren ; directed by Harry Harris -- Episode 19: The legacy / teleplay by William Parker ; story by Michael Learned ; directed by Gwen Arner. Disc 3, Side B: Episode 20: The outsider / written by Robert Pirosh ; directed by Philip Leacock -- Episode 21: The torch / written by Rod Peterson ; directed by David Wheeler -- Episode 22: The tailspin / written by Claire Whitaker ; directed by Walter Alzmann -- Episode 23: Founders' Day / written by Kathleen Hite ; directed by Ralph Waite.
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Produced by Rod Peterson.
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Michael Learned, Ralph Waite, Ellen Corby, Jon Walmsley, Judy Norton-Taylor, Mary Beth McDonough, Erin Scott, David W. Harper, Kami Cotler, Richard Thomas.
Television series about the Walton family living on Walton's Mountain in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. In this season, the Waltons plunge into the chaos and heroism of World War II. John-Boy reports from London for "Stars and Stripes," Mary Ellen nurses the war wounded, Jason, Ben and even Jim-Bob debate joining up, and John and Olivia expand their lumber business to aid in the war effort. But the personal events are almost as dramatic: still reeling from Grandpa's death, the family experiences the sorrow of losing another family member-- and the surprise of gaining a new Walton.
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DVD; region 1; NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono.
English dialogue, English subtitles; English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
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|Genre:||Fiction television programs.
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