An advertisement brings Jonathan and Mark to a neighborhood where an elderly scriptwriter needs an "angel" to bankroll his movie about the lonely people in his neighborhood, but making the ... See full summary »

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Petros
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Joey Small
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Martin Lamm
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Stella
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Chewey (as Randy Gallion)
Owen Bush ...
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Jack Bernardi ...
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Ed Hooks ...
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Robert S. Telford ...
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Jack Jozefson ...
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An advertisement brings Jonathan and Mark to a neighborhood where an elderly scriptwriter needs an "angel" to bankroll his movie about the lonely people in his neighborhood, but making the film may mean tragedy for Mark when Jonathan receives news from higher up about a woman in the neighborhood and movie whom Mark has fallen in love with. Written by Tony Scheinman

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21 November 1984 (USA)  »

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At 24:16 in the show Johnathon (Micheal Landon) walks past a beach restroom. Spray painted on the wall in the background is 666. See more »

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Jonathan Smith: Where did you say you were from?
Petros: Galilee.
Jonathan Smith: And your name, HaDayag, what does that mean?
Petros: Hebrew. Hebrew name. Like Jonathan. In Hebrew it's Yochanan; it means "God gave." Maybe God gave all these people here Jonathan.
Jonathan Smith: But your name, HaDayag, what does that mean?
Petros: It means "the fisherman."
Jonathan Smith: Peter, the fisherman from Galilee... who was sent to out to fish for men's souls?
Petros: That's me. You don't recognize me, eh? Well, an angel's earthly form has nothing to do with what he looks like in Heaven, where ...
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References The Ten Commandments (1956) See more »

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