A popular, long-running drama about a close-knit family in rural, Depression-era Virginia, based on the experiences of series creator and narrator Earl Hamner Jr. Sentimental and often moving, the Emmy-winning series told stories of family trials, triumphs and values with great simplicity and honesty. Its genesis was a superb 1971 teleplay, 'The Homecoming: A Christmas Story,' which starred Patricia Neal. The TV-movie also featured Richard Thomas and several others who became series regulars.


Guest Stars

Harley, Harley Foster, Hartley
Aimee, Aimee Godsey, Amie Louise
Maude, Maude Gormley
Drew, Drew Cutler
Ab, Andrew Farrell
Sarah, Sarah Griffith
David, David Spencer
Marcia, Marsha
Deputy Hendrix, Shelby
G.W., G.W. Haines
3 Episodes (2002-2002)
Widow, Widow Simmons
Belle, Belle Becker
Eva, Ronnie
Fisk, Sgt. Gates
Dean Beck, Prof. Hoadley
Lt. Clarke Oler, Tom
Chad, Chad Marshall
Betty, Betty Howell
Wilma, Wilma Turner
Zuleika, Zuleika Dunbar
Mel Parsons, Renshaw
Judge Parrish, Wesley
George Simmons, Simmons
Melody Thomas
Darlene, Darlene Jarvis
Jane Stevens, Miss Stevens
Patsy, Patsy Brimmer
Lowenthal, Superintendent
Prof. Ainsley
Graham Thornbury
Col. Brunson
Harrison Bixby
Abel Bingley
Prof. Bowen
Darlene Jarvis
Arnie Shimerdy
Marta Brimmer
Mrs. Bassett
Roland Piper
Stuart Henry
Prof. Thaxton
Louise Haines
Sister Scholastica
Mrs. Champion
Rev. Henshaw
Theodore Claypool Sr.
Ashley Longworth Jr.
Nurse Corrigan
Sweet Billy
Maggie MacKenzie
Mavis Crawford
Peggy McCay
Mrs. Thomas
Rev. Caldwell
Sister Theresa
Sergeant Barnes
Easy Jackson
Hester White
Mrs. Devine
Deputy Bull
Wilbur Dawes
Major Gordon
Mrs. Claybourne
Capt. Bennett
George Haines
Fern Lockwood
Miss Maddocks
Lucilla Younger
Prof. Mann
Rev. Bradshaw
Mrs. Garner
Katrina Brimmer
Public Defender
1 Episode (2002)
Burlesque Dancer