The Waltons - The Complete Third Season

The Waltons - The Complete Third Season

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The Waltons - The Complete Third Season

Set in Jefferson County, VA, in the year 1935 or thereabouts, season three of The Waltons opens with the two-parter "The Conflict," in which oldest Walton son, John-Boy (Richard Thomas), is shot while trying to protect a relative. Fortunately he survives the ordeal and is packed off to his freshman year at Boatwright College right on schedule. Meanwhile, John-Boy's mother, Olivia (Michael Learned), considers enrolling in art school, and his 15-year-old sister Mary Ellen (Judy Norton Taylor) makes the decision to become a nurse. Of the many individual story strands, there are a few standouts, notably the episode in which Grandpa and Grandma Walton (Will Geer and Ellen Corby) move off the family mountain after an argument with son John (Ralph Waite); and at season's end, John is working himself into pneumonia while trying to keep his lumber mill active and prosperous in the depths of the depression. Also, the Waltons draw even closer together than unusual when Grandpa suffers a heart attack; and Ronnie Claire Edwards becomes a regular in the role of Corabeth Godsey, the alcoholic wife of storekeeper Ike Godsey (Joe Conley).

Product Details

Release Date: 04/25/2006
UPC: 0012569768598
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 20:25:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Thomas Actor
Adrienne Marden Mrs. Breckenridge
Brendan Burns Carl Jenson
Britt Leach Easy Jackson
Bruce Davison Bob Hill
Cindy Fisher Nancy Madden
Darlene Carr Sis Bradford
David Selby Joshua Williams
Deirdre Lenihan Daisy Garner
Elaine Heiveil Ruth Thomas
Erin Moran Sally Ann Harper
Herbert Nelson Bennett Holmby
Jacques Aubuchon Victor Povich
Joanna Moore Mrs. Lara Sue Champion
Joe Conley Ike Godsey
John Beal Mason Beardsley
Kathleen Cody Audrey Butler
Laura Campbell Madeline Bennett
Lawrence Dobkin Prof. Ghote
Mark Miller Ted Hanover
Mary Jackson Emily Baldwin
Morgan Woodward Boone Walton
Paul Jenkins Prof. Parks
Ralph Waite Actor
Rance Howard Dr. McIvers
Ronnie Claire Edwards Corabeth Walton,Corabeth Godsey
Barbara Cason Susan Hanover
Beeson Carroll Tom Comley
Bernard Barrow Bracket
Beulah Bondi Martha Corinne Walton
Biff Warren Don Millman
Brion James Henry Ferris Jr.
Dan Priest Henry Townsend
Deborah White Young Olivia
Geoffrey Lewis Elwood Dobbs
Helen Kleeb Mamie Baldwin
James Gammon Zack Roswell
John Ritter Rev. Matthew Fordwick
Kathleen Quinlan Selena Linville
Madge Sinclair Minnie Doze
Mariclare Costello Miss Hunter
Mayf Nutter Bobby Bigelow
Michael Learned Actress
Panos Christi Stavros
Peggy McCay Mrs. Thomas
Richard Masur Tom Povich
Ted Eccles Michael West,Mike West
Warren Kemmerling Eustace Madden
Ann Noland Amy Partridge
Anne Loos Hester White
Dennis Redfield Mike Paxton
Devon Ericson Polly Thompson
Frank Janson Col. Linville
George Garro James Lee Beardsley
Granville van Dusen Mr. Andrews
Hersha Parady Victoria Madden
Joyce Jameson Helen
Linda Purl Alicia Hanover
Mons Kjellin Boy
Richard Donner Yancy Tucker
Richard Hatch Wade Walton
Roger Price Mr. Evanston
Will Geer Actor
Willie Aames Danny
Audrey Berindey Rebecca
David Ankum Hobgood
David Gruner Charles Hanover
Don "Red" Barry Deputy Sheriff
Ellen Corby Actress
Gary Vinson Sgt. Strong
Glen Gordon Prof. Foster,Prof. Whitley
Jack Garner Mr. Gary
John Conley Ike Godsey
Lennie Weinrib Spanky
Lindsay V. Jones Vera Walton
M. Emmet Walsh David Fletcher
Robert Sorrells Caspar Tice
Roy Engel Vernon Rutley
Sally Kemp Mrs. Parks
Tom Lacy Dr. Emery
Ysabel MacCloskey Mrs. Riddle
Charles Haid Fred
Don Matheson Coach
Garry Walberg Mr. Guffy
Iris Korn Mrs. Hallett
Jason Johnson Arthur Jackson
John Carter Walt Catlett
John Pearce Waiter
Julie Rogers Gloria Webb
Lanna Saunders Mrs. Cook
Nora Marlowe Mrs. Brimmer
Paul Fix Lucas Avery
Wilford Brimley Horace Brimley

Technical Credits
Alf Kjellin Director
Harry Harris Director
Harvey Laidman Director
Ivan Dixon Director
Jack Shea Director
Lee Philips Director
Philip Leacock Director
Ralph Senensky Director
Ralph Waite Director
Richard Thomas Director

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The Waltons - The Complete Third Season 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ralphi More than 1 year ago
Watch the series starting with Season One. The stories are about everyday situations, with realistic characters, but each episode is watchable, and can be sued to teach about everything from courtesy and manners to integrity and morals. The Waltons are a too good to be true, in some ways BUT if you value true family and history, you will not be disappointed.
AJ111 More than 1 year ago
The Walton's tv series proved to be good family drama about a family in rural West Virginia during the 1930s and 1940s. It showed how they dealt with the issues of the depression, war, physical handicaps, and just plain growing up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I grew up with the Walton family, and I loved the real life situation stories written by John-boy Walton about the life and times of the 11 members of the Walton family. It is a wholesome true to life series that is truly inspirational and a really nice break from all of the smut and squallor on today's TV sets.