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(Electrical Gaffer), Fred Russell (Key Grip 1-4,12), Dick Borland (Key Grip 5-11,13-24), Alfred Cline (Camera Operator 2,3,5-24), Carroll Butler (Production Coordinator 24), Julie Waxman (Production Coordinator 24), Miles Tilton (Second Assistant Director 24), James White (Transportation Coordinator 24), Antique Automobiles by Movie World Buena Park Calif., Color by Movielab (24), Titles and Opticals by Pacific Title (24).

Now and then I sing a song or two for my supper."), while the lip-synched musical interludes are just as embarrassing as the dialog.

Ultimately, the viewer is left wondering how Mary Ellen could have possibly been interested in this walkin', talkin' (and singin') cliché in the first place.

Michael Learned and Richard Thomas do initially try slight Southern twangs, though these would all but vanish as the seasons progressed. (Post Production Supervisor 18,20-22), Lynn Guthrie (Assistant Director 1,5,7,9,11,12,15,17,19,20,22,24), Lynn Guthrie (Unit Production Manager 24), Ted Swanson (Assistant Director 2-4,6,8,10,13,14), Martin Hornstein (Assistant Director 16,18,21,23), Patricia Norris (Costumes), Richard Chaffee (Script Supervisor), William Flannery (Production Sound Mixer), Leon Schotter (Property Master), James Cane (Set Decorator), Victor Guarnier (Sound Effects Editor), Sunset Editorial Enterprises (Music Editing 1-13), Richard Luckey (Music Editor 14-24), Robert Sidell (Makeup Artist), Carol Meikle (Hair Stylist 1-15,19,22-24), Vivienne Walker (Hair Stylist 16-18,20,21), Pam Polifroni (Casting), Earl Williman Jr.The period detail of the new show is excellent with only a few of the male cast members' non-thirties hairstyles letting the side down slightly, notably Ralph Waite's.The system always used in Britain – where seasons have a completely flexible length based on what a given format (and budget) can reasonably withstand – was, in general, a far better idea.So, like most shows of this time period, the individual episodes of The Waltons range from the excellent, down to the decidedly weak.

Michael Learned and Richard Thomas do initially try slight Southern twangs, though these would all but vanish as the seasons progressed. (Post Production Supervisor 18,20-22), Lynn Guthrie (Assistant Director 1,5,7,9,11,12,15,17,19,20,22,24), Lynn Guthrie (Unit Production Manager 24), Ted Swanson (Assistant Director 2-4,6,8,10,13,14), Martin Hornstein (Assistant Director 16,18,21,23), Patricia Norris (Costumes), Richard Chaffee (Script Supervisor), William Flannery (Production Sound Mixer), Leon Schotter (Property Master), James Cane (Set Decorator), Victor Guarnier (Sound Effects Editor), Sunset Editorial Enterprises (Music Editing 1-13), Richard Luckey (Music Editor 14-24), Robert Sidell (Makeup Artist), Carol Meikle (Hair Stylist 1-15,19,22-24), Vivienne Walker (Hair Stylist 16-18,20,21), Pam Polifroni (Casting), Earl Williman Jr.The period detail of the new show is excellent with only a few of the male cast members' non-thirties hairstyles letting the side down slightly, notably Ralph Waite's.The system always used in Britain – where seasons have a completely flexible length based on what a given format (and budget) can reasonably withstand – was, in general, a far better idea.So, like most shows of this time period, the individual episodes of The Waltons range from the excellent, down to the decidedly weak.Meanwhile, at the other end of things we get one of the weaker episodes: The Minstrel, in which the rascally 13-year-old Mary Ellen abandons her duty to her family to go off with a strolling troubadour to whom she lies about her age; the story teases us with the possibility that the relationship might move into sexual territory in a way that probably would not be attempted on a family show these days (given Mary Ellen's age).