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Luther the Dwarf - One of the original seven dwarves seen on the fantasy situation comedy THE CHARMINGS/ABC/1987-88.

Cork Hubbert as Luther the Dwarf - THE CHARMINGSwidth=
Luther the Dwarf

A long time ago, Luther (Cork Hubbert) fell victim to a spell that put him to sleep for 1000 years. When he awoke, he found himself in 20th century Van Oaks, California along with Prince Charming, Snow White and the evil stepmother Queen Lillian who had cast the spell which proved so powerful that even she was caught in its wake.

Now, Luther and the other former residents of the Enchanted Forest live in a castle-like house at 427 Van Oakland Boulevard and try adjust to a new world filled with all sorts of strange, technological wonders.

Luther spends his time looking for hot chick to date, buying cool clothes (Hawaiian shirts) to replace those medieval threads he used to wear, taking care of the house and the Charming two boys Thomas & Cory.

Quee Lillian still likes to pull mischievous pranks on Luther like giving him a magic coin that will make him look like Prince "Eric" Charming. What he didn't know was that it also makes Eric look like Luther.

Luther the Dwarf - Courtesy of Columbia Tri-Star Television

Luther & the Charming Boys

Luther looking good in his new clothes Luther with Thomas
& Cory Charming

TRIVIA NOTE: Born July 3, 1952 in Pendleton, Oregon, Cork Hubbert died from diabetes complications in Venice, California on September 28, 2003. His movie roles as fantasy characters included Elf One in The Santa Trap (2002), and Brown Tom in Legend (1985).

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