The Gary Coleman Show (1982– )

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This animation features the character that Gary Coleman played in the made for television movie, The Kid with the Broken Halo. He plays Andy LeBeau an angel, who goes to Earth, and hangs ... See full summary »

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This animation features the character that Gary Coleman played in the made for television movie, The Kid with the Broken Halo. He plays Andy LeBeau an angel, who goes to Earth, and hangs out with some other children and helps with their problems. Occasionally, running into a character named Hornswaggle, he is a guy who is the opposite of a guardian angel which Andy is and takes delight in causing problems for others, especially Andy. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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The show was initially animated by an uncredited Mexican studio that Hanna-Barbera had established for this show. Problems quickly began when the Mexican studio had accidentally colored Gary Coleman white instead of black. See more »

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Gary Coleman Show,What A Wholesome Classic.
3 September 2007 | by (USA, UT) – See all my reviews

I can't believe the stuff i'm reading about this great wholesome cartoon, sure it's a little cheesy but it a lot better then the crap that out now in my opinion. i actually looked forward to every Saturday morning to see this one along with the cartoons that were on at the time in the 80's i would love to see this series out on DVD, so i could show my sister's kids . the lessons that were learned throughout the show are priceless. sorry this is no devil show i think people that are cynical shouldn't put down a kids cartoons. they should leave them alone, people are always complaining about getting wholesome entertainment, for well me you can't get any better than this Gary Coleman Show and his classic films from the 70's and 80's.

Peace To All.


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