The Waltons – Season 2

6 Jan

Second season. For whole series (rating 10/10) see very first post.
Year: 1973
Year in film: ~1936
Country: USA
Who in bibs: nearly whole family, + other boys
Available on DVD: yes
I own: yes
Bib occurence: often
Rating:  9/10
Rating: *********
Comment: Jim-Bob ~8 ys wears real bibs with back bib, sometime shirtless (ep. 5). They are with hickory stripes. But this is only seen in close up scenes with few camera movement. Light blue with hickory, medium blue with hickory. Later also dark bibs and riding a horse (Episode 19).
Mary-Ellen wears light blue bibs and I think also dark blue (mainly in first episodes). Zeb wears hickory with white stripes.

Non-Waltons in bibs: Episode 5 The Roots: young afro-american boy Jody wears bibs, also a man. Episode 8 The Braggart +other episodes: Timmy friend of Mary-Ellen. Also orphan in bibs including one in raw denim. Episode 11 The Substitute: 3 young boys at school light blue bibs, one grey bibs. Episode 15 The Awakening: 3-4 boys 10-15 ys. wear bibs. Also Timmy. Episode 16 The Honemoon: boy ~15 ys, Episode 18 The Gift: boy Seth ~15 (Ron Howard). Episode 20: young Stevie get his bibs pulled off by others.

Picture above showing Jason (left), Ben and Jim-Bob (right) in Ep.24 at 1h07. I think Jim-Bob looks much younger in first episodes. Pictures below: Timmy (left, ep. 10 The Thanksgiving Story) and Seth (ep.18). Timmy is also seen from behind and also in Season 1, Seth is also seen in a close up scene (sitting). Very much bib occurence in this season. Mostly I like Jason and Timmy. Jim-Bob is still very young (older in season 3).

Please also check the separate entries including the Jim-Bob, Jason and Mary Ellen lists.









/2016/02/16/story-116-sitting-rocking-up-and-down-the-waltons-s2/ (Jim-Bob rating 9)



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