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The Gary Coleman Show

garycolemanshowThe Gary Coleman Show was an American animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that originally aired in 1982, it lasted for 13 episodes.

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.

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Founded Cult Faction in 2014; previously crawled out of the Black Lodge in 1976, only to find himself in the Village.

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