Sunday, June 11, 2017

Highway to Heaven Messages From Above DVD ~ #Review

Highway to Heaven Messages From Above DVD ~ #Review


Michael Landon takes morals to a higher power.
Angelic Jonathan Smith (Michael Landon) and his friend, ex-cop Mark Gordon (Victor French), travel the country on assignment from God -- whom they call "The Boss." In each episode, they wander into the lives of men and women who need some help coping with grief, anger, or guilt. Jonathan and Mark establish relationships with their subjects, gain their trust, and lend a hand which changes the lives of those he meets.
Michael Landon (TV's Bonanza)
Victor French (TV's Little House on the Prairie)
Guest Stars:
Helen Hayes (Airport)
Eddie Quillan (The Grapes of Wrath)
Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets)
Paul Walker (Fast and the Furious)
Josh Brolin (W.)
Matthew Perry (The Whole Nine Yards)
Season One, Episode 1 – Pilot
Season One, Episode 24 – Thoroughbreds
Season Three, Episode 1 – A Special Love
Season Five, Episode 2 – Hello and Farewell

My Thoughts:

If you watched television in the 80's you may have seen Highway To Heaven like my family did. It was a heart felt weekly television program which starred Michael Landon. You may know Landon from Bonanza as "Little Joe" in the 60's. He was also on the popular television show Little House on the Prairie in the 70's which was a great family show based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder. He was always a wonderful actor who I enjoyed watching on all three of these shows.

Back to Highway to Heaven, which also starred Victor French who paired up with Michael Landon well as a team. Landon portrayed Jonathan Smith and was sent from God to go across the country and help people with their specific problems they were having in their lives and change their lives for the better. French portrayed Mark Gordon who was a former policeman who traveled with him and was kind of like his side-kick.

If you like watching some interesting television that will uplift you, this DVD may be for you.You can purchase this DVD from Mill Creek Entertainment for $14.98.

Disclosure: I received free product for review purposes and all opinions expressed here are my own and yours may differ.


  1. I remember that show! I also loved Little House on the Prairie. This DVD would be a really neat treat for families to watch together now. You can't find good wholesome shows like this on tv anymore.

    1. You are so right, Brenda! I wish they would make more shows like this these days. I don't even watch regular television any more.