The Waltons - Season 9 by Bernard McEveety, Bob Sweeney, Gabrielle Beaumont, Harry Harris |Bernard McEveety, Bob Sweeney, Gabrielle Beaumont, Harry Harris | 883929057818 | DVD | Barnes & Noble
Waltons - Season 9
  • Alternative view 1 of The Waltons - Season 9
  • Alternative view 2 of The Waltons - Season 9

The Waltons - Season 9

3.8 5
Director: Bernard McEveety, Bob Sweeney, Gabrielle Beaumont, Harry Harris

Cast: Bernard McEveety, Bob Sweeney, Gabrielle Beaumont, Harry Harris

     
 
The ninth and final season of The Waltons opens with the series 200th episode, in which John Walton (Ralph Waite) pays a visit to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in order to clear his black friend Harley Foster (Hal Williams) from a trumped-up criminal charge. As for the other resident of Walton Mountain, John's wife Olivia continues battling TB at a health spa

Overview

The ninth and final season of The Waltons opens with the series 200th episode, in which John Walton (Ralph Waite) pays a visit to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in order to clear his black friend Harley Foster (Hal Williams) from a trumped-up criminal charge. As for the other resident of Walton Mountain, John's wife Olivia continues battling TB at a health spa in Arizona (actress Michael Learned is no longer a regular); oldest son John-Boy (Robert Wightman) has recovered from his wartime injuries and is working as a news correspondent in Paris. Another son, Ben (Eric Scott), has been captured by the enemy but is released when WW2 ends, whereupon he returns to his Viriginia home with plans of becoming an engineer. Not long after applying for medical school, daughter Mary Ellen (Judy Norton-Taylor) discovers that her husband Curt (Tom Bower), reported killed at Pearl Harbor, is still alive -- which puts her in quite a dilemma since in the intervening years she has fallen in love with another man. And son Jason (Jon Walmsley) is engaged to WAC Toni Hazelton (Lisa Harrison). With hostilies in Europe at an end, John-Boy returns to America to launch a new aspect of his journalistic career at an experimental college TV station; ultimately, however, he comes back to Walton mountain. As the series comes to a close, John Walton prepares to leave Virginia to join Olivia in Arizona -- but who will take charge of the family's lumber mill? ~ All Movie Guide

Product Details

Release Date:
04/28/2009
UPC:
0883929057818
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
17:52:00
Sales rank:
9,519

Related Subjects

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ralph Waite Actor
Anita Jodelsohn Simone Berringer
Ben Andrews Kenny Ellis
Bettye Ackerman Belle Becker
Curtis Credel Johnny Calico
Dan Frazer Col. Henry Brunson
Hal Williams Harley Foster
Jennifer Jason Leigh Kathy Seals
Joe Conley Ike Godsey
Kip Niven Rev. Tom Marshall
Marc McClure Willis
Morgan Stevens Paul
Richard Lineback Sweet Billy
Robert Wightman Actor
Scott Hylands Curt Willard
William Schallert Stanley Perkins
Carol Jones Laurie Ellis
Carolyn Coates Elvira Perkins
Ed Couppee Capt. Bennett
Ellen Geer Ronne
Eric Scott Actor
James Ingersoll Mike O'Brien
Lew Horn Franklin
Lisa Harrison Toni Hazelton
Lynn Hamilton Verdie Foster
Richard Gilliland Arlington Wescott "Jonesy" Jones
Ronnie Claire Edwards Corabeth Godsey,Orma Lee
Archie Lang Buck Vernon
Helen Kleeb Mamie Baldwin
Judy Norton-Taylor Actress
Richard Eastham Wesley Northridge
Robert Rockwell Clayton Anderson
Tony Becker Drew Cutler
Ed Call Sgt. Norton
Jon Walmsley Actor
Mary Jackson Emily Baldwin
Pamela McMyler Betty Howell
Pearl Shear Zuleika Dunbar
Penelope Windust Bernadene
Victoria Carroll Nina Sue
Alvy Moore Frank Sims
Anita Dangler Mrs. Foley
Claire Schoene Virginia Walton
Debbie Richmond Waitress
Ivor Francis Dean Beck
John Crawford Sheriff Ep Bridges
Lewis Arquette J.D. Pickett
Mary Wickes Cousin Octavia

Technical Credits
Bernard McEveety Director
Bob Sweeney Director
Gabrielle Beaumont Director
Harry Harris Director
Harvey Laidman Director
Herbert Hirschman Director
James Sheldon Director
Lawrence Dobkin Director
Neil Cox Director
Philip Leacock Director
Walt Gilmore Director

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

The Waltons - Season 9 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
JosephusBrooks More than 1 year ago
I love it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Waltons shows are always enjoyable, entertaining, well-acted, humorous, well-written and relevant to today's world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This season is defenitely the worst. Hardly any of the original cast is left. You can tell why this was the last season.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago