Jim-Bob delivers a package to a woman whose husband is in the war. He helps her around the house and becomes infatuated.
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When Jim-Bob's foot goes through the porch, we see the entire plank bow but not break. Shortly afterwards when he says he'll fix the damage, the porch plank is completely snapped in the centre with a large section missing. See more
[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
As World War Two continued, more and more American families felt the pain of separation from their loved ones. With no end in sight they could only wait and pray for the day their friends and relatives would come home safely. During this time my brother, Jim Bob, eagerly waited for his chance to join in the fight, and while he waited, he fell in love.
Come, Josephine in My Flying Machine (Up She Goes!)
Lyrics by Al Bryan
Music by Fred Fisher
Sung by David W. Harper
and Patsy Rahn See more