Andy LeBeau is a fallen angel of sorts. He keeps messing up and causing trouble in angel training. The archangel, Michael, decides to give him one more shot. His mission: Help out the ... See full summary »

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Blake
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Dorothea Powell
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Harry Tannenbaum
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Michael
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Jeff McNulty
Lani O'Grady ...
Julie NcNulty
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Gail Desautel
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Teri Desautel
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Diana McNulty
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Rafe
Don Diamond ...
Giuseppe
David Ashrow ...
Dave
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Andy LeBeau is a fallen angel of sorts. He keeps messing up and causing trouble in angel training. The archangel, Michael, decides to give him one more shot. His mission: Help out the problems of three cases. First, the Desautel family, who are on the edge of breaking up. Then, the McNulty family, who are workaholics. Finally, Dorothea Powell who is a secluded, grumpy old woman. Andy's guide on earth is Blake, who is none too thrilled to work with Andy. Written by Pat McCurry <ccgrad97@aol.com>

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5 April 1982 (USA)  »

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Simple, extremely dated and oh so bad. But it's entertaining!
27 March 2005 | by (Santa Clarita, CA) – See all my reviews

I had to comment on this movie when I saw nobody else has. I use to watch this made for TV movie all the time as a kid. It's very, how should I say, a poorly done after school special-which only makes it more corny and entertaining. Gary Coleman, Ray Walston, Robert Guillome, June Allison, Mason Adams (the Smuckers jam and Cadbury Egg voice!) and Tootie are all in it. My favorite part in the whole movie is when Mason Adams is in his backyard and Gary Coleman makes him fall off a wall onto his back! It's so bad that it's great. Anyways, the movie is what it is-an old made-for-TV movie that will never make it to video or DVD. But, if you manage to catch it on TV.....watch it!!!!


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