Earl Hamner Jr., writer who created 'The Waltons,' dies at 92
Earl Hamner Jr., a novelist and television writer who drew on childhood memories of life in the Virginia countryside to create "The Waltons," a family drama that defied expectations to become one of the most successful and popular TV shows of the 1970s and early 1980s, died March 24 at a Los Angeles hospital. He was 92.
I loved this show back in the day and recently started to watch the reruns.
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