Highway to Heaven (1984–1989)
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The Squeaky Wheel 

A former war vet lost His legs in the war. He later on realizes that even though He's handicapped, He still has a lot to offer.

Director:

Michael Landon

Writer:

Paul W. Cooper
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Landon ... Jonathan Smith
Victor French ... Mark Gordon
Deborah Benson ... Patty Secrest
Robert David Hall ... Wayne Secrest (as David Hall)
John Milford ... Mr. Thatcher
Mary Pat Gleason ... Bus Driver
Panchito Gómez Panchito Gómez ... Roberto (as Panchito Gomez)
Jerry Hauck ... Harry
Kenneth Lloyd Kenneth Lloyd ... Al
Hettie Lynne Hurtes ... Newswoman
Parker Whitman Parker Whitman ... Desk Manager
Molly David Molly David ... Old Woman
Tomas Trujillo Tomas Trujillo ... Vato
Jeffrey Concklin Jeffrey Concklin ... Large Man
Den Surles ... Fireman (as Dennis Surles)
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A former war vet lost His legs in the war. He later on realizes that even though He's handicapped, He still has a lot to offer.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Trivia

This was the first of seven episodes to air after the death of Victor French. This one aired the very next day after he died. See more »

Goofs

Jonathan drinks coffee at the beginning of the award ceremony. He never drinks or eats because he's an angel. The only other time was an earlier show when God took away his angel status. See more »

Quotes

Mark Gordon: [Mark and Jonathan walking on the Hollywood Walk of Fame] Oh, look. Here's another one of my favorites. Michael Landon.
Jonathan Smith: Never heard of him.
Mark Gordon: What? Are you kidding? Bonanza! Little House on the Prairie!
Jonathan Smith: Sorry. It doesn't ring a bell.
Mark Gordon: I keep forgetting. You've been dead for 40 years.
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Connections

References Love Connection (1983) See more »

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Amazing
1 July 2020 | by hitlersraSee all my reviews

This amazing episode deals with the plight of a Vietnam vet in a wheelchair who is discriminated upon. But finds peace later .


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 June 1989 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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