The Gary Coleman Show
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|The Gary Coleman Show|
|Voices of||Lauren Anders
|Country of origin||USA|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Executive producer(s)||William Hanna
|Running time||30 Minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hanna-Barbera Productions|
|Original run||September 18, 1982 – December 11, 1982|
The series featured Gary Coleman as the voice of Andy LeBeau, an apprentice angel, who was dispatched back to Earth to earn his wings by helping others. The half-hour series was based on Coleman's 1982 made-for-TV movie The Kid with the Broken Halo. In each episode, Andy was dispatched to help a child in need and resolve his problem. The antagonist in each episode was Hornswoggle, who tried to make Andy's mission more difficult, usually by getting him to make the wrong choice or by otherwise complicating the mission. It was up to Andy to correct whatever mistakes he made and foil Hornswoggle's plans.
The character of Haggle was the first cartoon character to rap.[original research?] Gordon was an NBC page when he was cast. Each 30-minute episode consisted of two 15-minute segments. Thirteen 30-minute episodes were produced. Jennifer Darling, who played Lebeau's supervising angel Angelica, uses her nasal voice in a similar fashion to that of her future role Ayeka in Tenchi Muyo OVA.
- "Fouled Up Fossils/Going, Going, Gone"
- "You Oughtta' Be In Pictures/Derby Daze"
- "Hornswoggle's Hoax/Calamity Canine"
- "Cupid Andy/Space Odd Essey"
- "Hornswoggle's New Leaf/Keep On Movin' On"
- "Mansion Madness/Wuthering Kites"
- "In the Swim/Put Up or Fix Up"
- "Haggle and Double Haggle/The Royal Visitor"
- "The Future Tense/Dr. Livingston, I Presume"
- "Haggle's Luck/Head in the Clouds"
- "Teacher's Pest/Andy Sings the Blues"
- "Easy Money/Take My Tonsils -Please-"
- "The Prettiest Girl in Oakville/Mack's Snow Job"
- Gary Coleman - Andy LeBeau
- Lauren Anders - Chris
- Jennifer Darling - Angelica
- Rick Dees -
- LaShanda Dendy - Tina
- Pat Fraley -
- Geoff Gordon - Haggle
- Billie Hayes -
- Jerry Houser - Bartholomew
- Casey Kasem - Announcer
- Danny Mann -
- Calvin Mason - Spence
- Julie McWhirter - Lydia
- Sidney Miller - Hornswoggle
- Zelda Rubinstein -
- Steve Schatzberg - Matt
- Eric Suter -
- Janet Waldo -
- Frank Welker -
- Hayward, Anthony (2010-06-01). "Gary Coleman: Child star of the television sitcom 'Diff'rent Strokes' who faced legal and personal problems in later life - Obituaries - News". The Independent. Retrieved 2012-03-15.