Highway to Heaven (1984–1989)
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The Devil and Jonathan Smith 

Jonathan recruits a con artist's help after Jabez Stone tricks Mark into selling his soul in order to save a little boy's life, but The Devil has another agenda - acquiring the soul of an angel.

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Mark Gordon
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The Devil
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Phil Rubenstein ...
Lieutenant Yablonsky
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Jabez Stone
Mark Thomas ...
Man #1
Joseph V. Perry ...
Man #2
Joseph Chapman ...
Doctor #1
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Detective #2
Robert Hackman ...
Cabby
G.R. Smith ...
Harold
Tom Kindle ...
Steve
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Lineman
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Cop
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When Mark accidentally hits a boy, he takes him to the hospital and he's told the boy's chances are slim. That's when a man approaches him and says he can make sure the boy survives but it will cost Mark his soul. It seems like the man works for the Devil. He makes Mark sign a contract. Mark's hoping that Jonathan and the boss will help him. But Jonathan says the boss doesn't get involved in matters between the devil and man. Jonathan says Mark's only hope is to get the contract but the man is keeping it safe. So Jonathan recruits a con man to help him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Drama | Fantasy

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30 October 1985 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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In the very first scene, Jonathan and Mark are paying homage to a scene from Twilight Zone: The Movie when Jonathan says to Mark, "You wanna see something REALLY scary?" (Originally said by Dan Aykroyd). See more »

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