Highway to Heaven A Night to Remember (1984–1989) online
Highway to Heaven (1984–1989). TV-PG 1h Drama, Fantasy Episode aired 28 January 1987. Season 3 Episode 17. Previous. The "American Gods" star loves a TV drama, and can't wait for a horror hit, but the movie he's really pumped for is Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. What is Ricky watching? Around The Web. Powered by ZergNet. Title: A Night to Remember (28 Jan 1987). Show HTML View more styles.
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Highway to Heaven: A probationary angel sent back to earth teams with an ex-cop to help people. Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties.
1984) last episode aired on 1989-08-04.
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Highway to Heaven was a great venue for Michael Landon. Victor died in 1989 from lung cancer, not long after filming the final episode of Highway to Heaven. While his death may have contributed to the demise of Highway to Heaven, it wasn't necessarily the only contributing factor. Victor French wasn't the only old pal from a previous series who worked with Michael Landon on Highway to Heaven. Lorne Greene from Bonanza appeared in episode titled, "The Smile in the Third Row". Episodes List With Original Air Dates. A Night to Remember (1/28/1987). A Mother and a Daughter (2/4/1987). Normal People (2/11/1987).
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Michael Landon||-||Jonathan Smith|
|Victor French||-||Mark Gordon|
|Mitchell Anderson||-||Danny Briggs|
|Lisa LaMont||-||Nicole (as Lisa La Mont)|
|J. Eddie Peck||-||Richard Davies|
|Robert Phalen||-||Pete Briggs|
|Barbara Tarbuck||-||Marie Briggs|
|Tony Montero||-||Pizza Proprietor|
|Ted Noose||-||Mr. Hazen|
|Judy Kain||-||Ms. Brown|
Saskatchewan-born NHL Centre, Laurie Boschman, can be seen in a poster adorning Sammy's bedroom door. Boschman had a lengthy career playing for Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg, New Jersey, and Ottawa. The poster shows him wearing his Winnipeg Jets uniform. He played for them the longest, from 1982-1990.