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The Hollywood Museum is celebrating the iconic television series “The Waltons” with an afternoon of celebrity appearances and photographs on Thursday, Nov. 17, from noon-3 p.m.
The event will include a Q&A session and an appearance by film and TV critic Leonard Maltin, who will join Hollywood Museum founder and president Donelle Dadigan for an opening of an exhibit on “The Waltons” at the museum. Many cast members are scheduled to participate including Michael Learned (Olivia Walton), Richard Thomas (John-Boy Walton), Judy Norton (Mary Ellen Walton), Jon Walmsley (Jason Walton), Mary McDonough (Erin Walton), Eric Scott (Benjamin Walton), Kami Cotler (Elizabeth Walton) and David Harper (Jim Bob Walton). The event will also include members of the supporting cast and guest stars such as Moosie Drier (Georgie), Cissy Wellman (Sissy Walker Tucker), Mayf Nutter (Bobby Bigelow), Lee Purcell (Bobby Storm), Keith Coogan (Jeffrey Burton) and Ellen Geer (Ronie Cotter and Eva Mann).
The exhibit will feature original costumes, props from the set, landmark scripts, cast-loaned collectables, Emmy Awards and show creator Earl Hamner’s typewriter used to write the legendary series, which ran from 1972-81.
The Hollywood Museum is located at 1660 N. Highland Ave., in the historic Max Factor building. The event will be held in the museum’s fourth-floor ballroom. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and students with ID, and $5 for children under 5. The Q&A sessions requires an additional $10 fee, and photographs with the cast are an additional $50. For information and tickets, visit thehollywoodmuseum.com.
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