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In this short-lived comedy anthology series, Mr. Angel (Carl Reiner) was an emissary of Heaven who came down to Earth each week to grant wishes to those who had performed a good deed.  

Note: This single disc contains four episodes out of the thirteen produced. Color on these episodes have greatly faded, but it is still extremely enjoyable to watch this rare treat!

The four episodes included are:

See Jane Run  3/29/76 - A woman named Jane (Florence Henderson) is about to get an inheritance but she wants to find her long lost twin sister first, so she can give her share and so far has been unable to. When she helps someone, Mr. Angel shows up to grant her a wish. And what she wishes is to find her sister. Now he tells her he can't make her find her sister just like that. He can make sure she's on the right track. And it takes her to people who know her sister and some not fondly. Also features: George Maharis, Edward Winter, Steve Franken, Fran Ryan, René Enríquez, Patty Regan.

Mixed Doubles  6/12/76 - Eager to free himself from burdensome alimony payments, Adam Hastings (Harry Guardino) wishes for his wife to remarry. The granting of this wish leads to new worries, however, with a stepfather now in his children's lives. Also features Pat Harrington Jr., Jed Allan, Nancy Malone, Nancy Dussault, Timothy Blake.

Coffee Tea Or Gloria  6/26/76 - Exhausted by the constant quarreling with his wife, Brad (Dean Jones) wishes to find out what his life would be like if he'd married his college sweetheart Gloria (Sue Ane Langdon).

Funny Fellow  7/2/76 - A shoe store owner named Henry (Kenneth Mars) wishes for an opportunity to break into show business as a comedian. Also features: Greg Evigan, Cindy Eilbacher, Mitzi Hoag.

Number of DVDs: 1
Number of Episodes: 4
Quality: 7.5/10
Running Time: 1 hr 40 min (approx)
Aspect Ratio: Full Screen 1.33:1
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not    a studio release.
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