The Walton's Christmas movie, the homecoming

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  • Published on:  Saturday, December 13, 2014


  • Ed Berger
    Ed Berger  3 days ago

    I'd forgotten how silly this show is!

  • Leo Derosia
    Leo Derosia  6 days ago

    This movie just seemed realistic with no frills...the depression was a really rough time.i remember watching this at 6 years old

  • Alan Sampson
    Alan Sampson  6 days ago

    It would have been muxh much better to see john boy under the tree nude looking for a vein for more junk. To see him kill himself on junk would have been much more beautiful. That and him beating a whore would have been the true story of this fiend.

  • Dark Witch Hecate
    Dark Witch Hecate  7 days ago +1

    First time watching this film, loved it 😍

  • Monica W
    Monica W  7 days ago

    I'm so glad I didn't see this until today. I am 53 and have watched every episode of The Waltons more times over than I could count and I'll just say the lady playing Olivia was mean as shit and the dad looked like he had a scrub pad for a wig. NOPE! I'm so happy they kept Grandma, and all the kids but so thankful they replaced everyone else!! Including Ike lol. When she went ballistic on John boy without giving him a second to explain, I thought what a bitch. The Olivia we are all used to was nothing like this lady.. way to dramatic, I'm glad of the show and all our cast we love

  • Debbie Berger
    Debbie Berger  14 days ago

    That was the best movie I've seen since The Waltons TV show. Wouldn't it be nice if we could have time together with our family and friends like they did back cell phones or wifi just good old fashioned living in the country.

  • Husqv 51
    Husqv 51  14 days ago

    If this movie / series was accurate, Grandma was a miserable c*** that should have met the reaper LONG before she did, and give the family some peace!

  • chocolata Barra
    chocolata Barra  14 days ago +2

    Well I'm 61 and I LOVE THIS MOVIE ❤❤❤😘

  • John Whirling
    John Whirling  14 days ago

    The father teaching the kids to steal. Must be a Trumper. Bahaha!

  • Valerie Gallagher
    Valerie Gallagher  14 days ago +2

    It's never Christmas unless I watch this!

  • ed p
    ed p  21 days ago

    I just noticed something about the Waltons: they may have been poor in the depression, but they were better off than my dad. He grew up in a rural area of North Dakota, without ELECTRICITY or RUNNING WATER. Looks like the Waltons were on grid, had good lighting. Has anyone seen them haul water in a bucket? Maybe they have a well with an electric pump!

  • Talk Smoke
    Talk Smoke  21 days ago

    Its interesting but if you watch regular episodes over the length of the seasons cute little elizabeth actually becomes a biatch

  • Marcel E Laviolette

    I say embrace the change we have created & may your go go with you.

  • Desert Rat Gardener

    Starting 2020 with church, then The Waltons Christmas. The values expressed in this is what America needs again. One doesn't need money and possessions to be content.

    GROOVY. JOJO  28 days ago +2

    I think ill make watching this my new Christmas eve tradition. People had less but more.🎄🎄🎄🎄

  • Lujuana Hastings
    Lujuana Hastings  28 days ago

    Christmas and all other holidays pertaining to Christ is so commercialzed that I dont even want any of it. Wish I could go back to the old days.

  • Vincent Fitzpatrick

    The Depression was deliberately caused by the oligarchs, who grabbed all the assets they could after making the prices crash. The monster FDR kept the Depression going a decade after it would naturally have ended. Millions starved, and millions more had their lives ruined.

  • Vincent Fitzpatrick

    Even poor people wore their hair much shorter than that, after the 1890s and before the late 1960s.

  • Danny G the Nature Guy
    Danny G the Nature Guy  1 months ago +2

    Love this movie Jon boy is a savage .. "Friends and you are my friends" HAhaha..5:57

  • Andrew Petik
    Andrew Petik  1 months ago +1

    The background music 56:08 - 57:22
    The violins at 56:20 portray an emotion that words can't describe or define.