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Episode 24 : An Easter Story (1)

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Episode 24 : An Easter Story (1)

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Season 1

Duration  :  

50m

The entire family suffers a crisis when Olivia is stricken with polio. Dr Vance prescribes the accepted treatment, but Olivia does not get better. John-Boy learns of a new treatment practiced by sister Kenny and the family tries it to success in time for the Easter service.


Episodes
Episode 0 : The Homecoming: A Christmas Story
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Episode 1 : The Foundling
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Episode 2 : The Carnival
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Episode 3 : The Calf
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Episode 4 : The Hunt
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Episode 5 : The Typewriter
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Episode 6 : The Star
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Episode 7 : The Sinner
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Episode 8 : The Boy From the C.C.C.
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Episode 9 : The Ceremony
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Episode 10 : The Legend
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Episode 11 : The Literary Man
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Episode 12 : The Dust Bowl Cousins
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Episode 13 : The Reunion
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Episode 14 : The Minstrel
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Episode 15 : The Actress
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Episode 16 : The Fire
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Episode 17 : The Love Story
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Episode 18 : The Courtship
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Episode 19 : The Gypsies
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Episode 20 : The Deed
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Episode 21 : The Scholar
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Episode 22 : The Bicycle
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Episode 23 : The Townie
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Episode 25 : An Easter Story (2)
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