The Walton's Literary
A fully illustrated collection of Earl
Hamner's (and other's) writings which appeared on "The Waltons."
- Appalachian Portrait (Founder's Day Episode). Earl Hamner presents
a poignant narrative on the Blue Ridge and the Walton family.
- The Statue (Season three). John-Boy writes a story about the
failed romance between Miss Emily and Ashley Longworth. When reading the story to the
Baldwin sisters Miss Emily becomes quite disturbed and John-Boy changes the ending.
- Olivia's Applesauce cake. The recipe for this famous delight.
- The Homecoming. The introduction and prologue of the pilot for "The
- Grandpa's Christmas Message. From the 1972 Walton's Christmas album. Narrated by
- The Books of Earl Hamner. A review of the books written by Earl Hamner both
preceding and following "The Waltons."
- The Day of Infamy. A loving message in season seven from a father to his son
- Who Owns The Land? "The Warrior" episode in season six examines
the spirituality of land ownership.
- In the Footsteps Of My Fathers. Earl's narration highlights "A Decade of The
- A 1937 Copy of the Blue Ridge Chronicle. Published as a promotional item, this
edition of John Boy's newspaper provides summaries of Walton's episodes.
This literary collection was reviewed and
approved by Earl Hamner
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