John Boy graduates from school. Needs a suit. Ends up with grandpa's suit.
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The sign outside the schoolhouse indicated that John Boy Walton would be graduating with his high school class of 1934. See more
When Olivia is crying in the barn, the very high-pitched, immature sobbing sounds do not match her usual deep strong voice, and were clearly dubbed over by a young child. This is further demonstrated in a subsequent scene, where markedly identical sounds are made by Elizabeth when she's crying in the treehouse. See more
[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
Being a country boy on Waltons Mountain, and looking like one, always seemed as natural and normal as anything to me. But, a few days before my graduation from high school, I began to look at myself in quite a different way.