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VIDEO: The Voice of Tinker Jones

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The Voice of Tinker Jones
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Length: 01:51:59
Aired: 12/4/1974

When Reverend Alden suggests taking up a collection for a new church bell, tempers flare over how the bell should be financed. Proud Mrs. Oleson wants to donate the money and include a plaque with her name on it. Others protest the idea, and both sides threaten to leave the church. watch

VIDEO: The Raccoon

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The Raccoon
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Length: 49:00
Aired: 12/4/1974

When Mary accidentally breaks Laura's glass doll, she brings home a raccoon to cheer Laura up. Laura keeps him and prides herself on teaching him tricks and his docile behavior. watch

VIDEO: The Raccoon [HD]

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The Raccoon [HD]
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Length: 49:00
Aired: 12/4/1974

When Mary accidentally breaks Laura's glass doll, she brings home a raccoon to cheer Laura up. Laura keeps him and prides herself on teaching him tricks and his docile behavior. watch

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Jimmy McNichol's Close-Knit Family and the Daughter He Never Knew He Had
The Daughter Jimmy McNichol Never Knew He Had

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Hello. My father and I ...

Question: Hello. My father and I disagree: I thought Kristy McNichol was just in movies until Empty Nest, but he seems to think she was in a television series prior to that. Is that true? If so, what was the name? Thank you for your help.


Answer: Sorry, Holly, but the homily holds true in this case: Father knows best. Teen superstar Kristy McNichol made her first splash as a nationally known celeb playing 13-year-old Letitia "Buddy" Lawrence on ABC's groundbreaking Family in March 1976. And her story resembles that of other child stars: Fame without a real-life perspective is a tough way to grow up.

"Everybody wants a piece of you," the actress — who did commercial work at 8, Love, American Style at 9 and was a Family regular at 13 — told TV Guide read more

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