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The A-Team -- Film students interview Joe Carnahan, director and co-writer of the 20th Century Fox film "The A-Team."
The A-Team: Season 5: Episode 13 -- The A-Team uncovers a plot to assassinate an attorney general.
The A-Team: Season 5: Episode 12 -- A girl runs away with her father's top-secret documents.
The A-Team: Season 5: Episode 11 -- Murdock goes under cover to investigate an assassination plot.
The A-Team: Season 5: Episode 10 -- Murdock is made a god on an island where the natives mine diamonds.

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Seasons:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Release Date:
23 January 1983 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Heroes for hire.
Plot:
Four Vietnam vets, framed for a crime they didn't commit, help the innocent while on the run from the military. Full summary »
Awards:
Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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You Either Love It or Hate It! See more (96 total) »

Cast

 (Series Cast Summary - 5 of 172)

George Peppard ... John 'Hannibal' Smith (97 episodes, 1983-1987)

Dwight Schultz ... 'Howling Mad' Murdock / ... (97 episodes, 1983-1987)

Mr. T ... B.A. Baracus (97 episodes, 1983-1987)

Dirk Benedict ... Templeton 'Faceman' Peck (96 episodes, 1983-1987)
John Ashley ... Narrator / ... (84 episodes, 1983-1986)
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Series Directed by
Michael O'Herlihy (20 episodes, 1984-1986)
Dennis Donnelly (12 episodes, 1983-1985)
Craig R. Baxley (9 episodes, 1984-1986)
David Hemmings (9 episodes, 1984-1986)
Tony Mordente (8 episodes, 1984-1986)
Arnold Laven (6 episodes, 1983-1985)
Christian I. Nyby II (5 episodes, 1983)
Ron Satlof (5 episodes, 1983)
Sidney Hayers (4 episodes, 1985-1986)
Gilbert M. Shilton (3 episodes, 1983-1984)
Bruce Kessler (2 episodes, 1983)
Guy Magar (2 episodes, 1983)
Bernard McEveety (2 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Writing credits
Stephen J. Cannell (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Frank Lupo (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Stephen Katz (10 episodes, 1984-1985)
Bill Nuss (9 episodes, 1985-1987)
Richard Christian Matheson (8 episodes, 1983-1986)
Thomas E. Szollosi (8 episodes, 1983-1986)
Mark Jones (8 episodes, 1984-1985)
Babs Greyhosky (6 episodes, 1983-1984)
Patrick Hasburgh (5 episodes, 1983)
Burt Pearl (5 episodes, 1985-1986)
Steven L. Sears (5 episodes, 1985-1986)
Danny Lee Cole (3 episodes, 1984-1986)
Paul Bernbaum (3 episodes, 1985-1986)
Tom Blomquist (3 episodes, 1985-1986)
Jeff Ray (2 episodes, 1983-1984)

Series Produced by
John Ashley .... producer / co-executive producer (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Stephen J. Cannell .... executive producer (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Jo Swerling Jr. .... supervising producer (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Frank Lupo .... co-executive producer / executive producer (96 episodes, 1983-1987)
Gary Winter .... associate producer (49 episodes, 1983-1984)
Alan Cassidy .... associate producer (38 episodes, 1984-1987)
Rob Bowman .... associate producer (34 episodes, 1985-1987)
Steve Beers .... associate producer (27 episodes, 1984-1986)
Patrick Hasburgh .... producer (13 episodes, 1983)
Tom Blomquist .... producer (13 episodes, 1986-1987)
 
Series Original Music by
Pete Carpenter (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Mike Post (97 episodes, 1983-1987)

Garry Schyman (unknown episodes)
 
Series Cinematography by
Bradley B. Six (61 episodes, 1983-1985)
Frank E. Johnson (35 episodes, 1985-1987)
 
Series Film Editing by
Albert J.J. Zúñiga (31 episodes, 1983-1986)
Chris G. Willingham (29 episodes, 1983-1986)
Ron Spang (20 episodes, 1984-1987)
Howard Terrill (18 episodes, 1983-1985)
David Latham (8 episodes, 1985-1986)
Michael T. Elias (4 episodes, 1983)
David Ramirez (4 episodes, 1986)
George R. Rohrs (3 episodes, 1983)
Buford F. Hayes (3 episodes, 1984)
Gloryette Clark (2 episodes, 1983-1985)
John Elias (2 episodes, 1983)
Larry Lester (2 episodes, 1984-1985)
John J. Dumas (2 episodes, 1986)
 
Series Casting by
Victoria Burrows (36 episodes, 1985-1987)
Peg Halligan (14 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Art Direction by
Carlos Berben (50 episodes, 1984-1987)
Sherman Loudermilk (20 episodes, 1983)
Charles L. Hughes (13 episodes, 1983-1984)
William Cruse (5 episodes, 1984)
Al Rohm (5 episodes, 1985)
Vincent M. Cresciman (4 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Set Decoration by
Robin Royce (36 episodes, 1985-1987)
Sam Gross (29 episodes, 1983-1984)
Richard Friedman (10 episodes, 1983)
Raymond Paul (10 episodes, 1985)
Charles Korian (7 episodes, 1984)
Robert L. Zilliox (3 episodes, 1983)
Robert C. Furginson (2 episodes, 1985)
 
Series Costume Design by
Kent Warner (5 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Makeup Department
Elaina Cizek .... hair stylist (87 episodes, 1983-1986)
Ve Neill .... makeup artist (61 episodes, 1983-1986)
Scott H. Eddo .... makeup artist (21 episodes, 1983)
Janna Phillips .... makeup artist (9 episodes, 1986-1987)
Elizabeth Rabe .... hair stylist (8 episodes, 1986-1987)
Paul Sanchez .... makeup artist (4 episodes, 1986)

Michael R. Jones .... special makeup effects artist (unknown episodes)
Elaina P. Schulman .... hair stylist / key hair stylist (unknown episodes)
 
Series Production Management
Stephen Sassen .... unit production manager (64 episodes, 1983-1986)
Matthew N. Herman .... executive in charge of production (55 episodes, 1984-1987)
Gary Winter .... executive in charge of post-production (48 episodes, 1985-1987)
John Peter Kousakis .... unit production manager (20 episodes, 1986-1987)
Michael J. Maschio .... production manager / executive production manager (13 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig R. Baxley .... second unit director (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Craig West .... second assistant director / first assistant director (36 episodes, 1983-1986)
Garry A. Brown .... second assistant director (34 episodes, 1984-1987)
Jon Paré .... first assistant director (28 episodes, 1984-1987)
Andy House .... second assistant director / first assistant director (27 episodes, 1983-1984)
John Peter Kousakis .... first assistant director (19 episodes, 1984-1986)
David Newman .... second assistant director (19 episodes, 1984-1986)
Robin Chamberlain .... first assistant director (16 episodes, 1983-1984)
Christian Drew Sidaris .... second director (13 episodes, 1983)
Stephen Sassen .... first assistant director (6 episodes, 1983)
Glen Sanford .... second assistant director: second unit (3 episodes, 1983)
Jerram A. Swartz .... first assistant director (2 episodes, 1983)
Patrick A. Duffy .... first assistant director (2 episodes, 1984)

Chip Chalmers .... second assistant director (unknown episodes)
 
Series Art Department
Terry Ballard .... property master (21 episodes, 1984-1985)
William A. Petrotta .... property master (19 episodes, 1985-1986)
Nino Candido .... property master (18 episodes, 1983-1984)
Ernie Sawyers .... property master (17 episodes, 1983)
Robert Bleckman .... property master (17 episodes, 1986-1987)
Alan Sims .... property master (4 episodes, 1985)
Kelly Osborn .... painter (2 episodes, 1986)

Matt Furginson .... property assistant (unknown episodes)
Kenneth Milfred .... lead man (unknown episodes)
 
Series Sound Department
Robert L. Harman .... sound re-recording mixer (79 episodes, 1983-1987)
Jim Cook .... sound re-recording mixer (77 episodes, 1983-1987)
Dick Wahrman .... sound effects coordinator / sound effects supervisor (72 episodes, 1984-1987)
'Fast' Eddie Mahler .... sound mixer (69 episodes, 1983-1987)
Dean Okrand .... sound re-recording mixer (47 episodes, 1984-1986)
John Norman .... sound re-recording mixer (20 episodes, 1983-1984)
Bill Marky .... sound mixer (20 episodes, 1984-1985)
Nick Alphin .... sound re-recording mixer (12 episodes, 1986-1987)
Darryl Linkow .... sound mixer (5 episodes, 1984)
Alan Bernard .... sound mixer (3 episodes, 1986)
Hoppy Mehterian .... sound re-recording mixer (2 episodes, 1985)

Mark Server .... adr mixer (unknown episodes, 1983-1984)
Greg Curda .... foley mixer (unknown episodes)
William Jacobs .... sound effects editor (unknown episodes)
Lee Strosnider .... sound mixer (unknown episodes)
Richard Taylor .... sound editor (unknown episodes)
 
Series Special Effects by
Al Di Sarro .... special effects (96 episodes, 1983-1987)
Scott Forbes .... special effects technician (10 episodes, 1984)
Bruno Van Zeebroeck .... on-set coordinator (8 episodes, 1983-1987)

Frank Ceglia .... special effects foreman / special effects technician (unknown episodes)
Robert Cole .... special effects (unknown episodes)
Ken Speed .... special effects (unknown episodes)
 
Series Stunts
Craig R. Baxley .... stunt coordinator (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Norman Howell .... stunts / stunt performer / ... (92 episodes, 1983-1987)
Tony Brubaker .... stunts / stunt performer / ... (91 episodes, 1983-1987)
Bob Orrison .... stunts / stunt performer / ... (72 episodes, 1983-1986)
Steven Chambers .... stunts / stunt performer / ... (70 episodes, 1983-1987)
Henry Kingi .... stunt driver / stunts / ... (47 episodes, 1983-1986)
Steve Boyum .... stunts / stunt performer (44 episodes, 1983-1986)
John Borland .... stunts / stunt performer (34 episodes, 1985-1987)
Kenneth John Borland Jr. .... stunts (31 episodes, 1985-1986)
Charles A. Tamburro .... stunt helicopter pilot (29 episodes, 1983-1986)
Andy Epper .... stunts / stunt performer (14 episodes, 1983-1986)
Tommy J. Huff .... stunt driver (14 episodes, 1983-1986)
Diana Valentine .... stunts / stunt performer / ... (11 episodes, 1983-1985)
Steve Vandeman .... stunts / stunt performer (10 episodes, 1983-1986)
John Cade .... stunts / stunt performer (8 episodes, 1983-1985)
Al Leong .... stunts (8 episodes, 1984-1986)
Carey Loftin .... stunt driver (5 episodes, 1983-1985)
Walter Robles .... stunts (5 episodes, 1983)
Charlie Picerni .... stunts (5 episodes, 1984-1986)
Eddy Donno .... stunts (4 episodes, 1983)
Bobby Porter .... stunts (4 episodes, 1984)
Gary Hymes .... stunt performer (3 episodes, 1984-1986)
Monty Jordan .... stunt driver / stunts / ... (3 episodes, 1985-1986)
Bruce Paul Barbour .... stunt driver (2 episodes, 1983-1986)
John Wesley .... stunts (2 episodes, 1983-1986)
Jack Verbois .... stunt performer / stunts (2 episodes, 1983-1985)
Will Harper .... stunts (2 episodes, 1983)
Jesse Wayne .... stunts (2 episodes, 1983)
Thomas Robinson Harper .... stunt performer (2 episodes, 1984)

Bobby Bass .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Jophery C. Brown .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Nick Dimitri .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Dick Durock .... stunts (unknown episodes)
George Fisher .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Allan Graf .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Leslie Hoffman .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Jeff Imada .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Steven Ito .... stunt performer (unknown episodes)
Lane Leavitt .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Ron Oliney .... stunt performer (unknown episodes)
Dick Warlock .... stunts (unknown episodes)
 
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Verlin Mathews .... key grip (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Bob Bergdahl .... camera operator (61 episodes, 1983-1985)
David Marsik .... gaffer (57 episodes, 1983-1985)
Michael Santoro .... grip foreman (46 episodes, 1985-1987)
Don Marshall .... gaffer (36 episodes, 1985-1987)
Henry M. Lebo .... camera operator (22 episodes, 1985-1986)
William Norton .... camera operator (13 episodes, 1986-1987)
Gary Baum .... assistant camera (10 episodes, 1985-1986)
Nick Brown .... gaffer (4 episodes, 1984)
Rebecca Redshaw .... video tape supervisor (4 episodes, 1986-1987)
Kevin Edwards .... grip (4 episodes, 1986)

John Earl Burnett .... first assistant camera: second unit, additional photography (unknown episodes, 1984-1987)
Gregory Beard .... key grip: second unit (unknown episodes)
Arthur R. Botham .... director of photography: second unit (unknown episodes)
William E. Hines .... camera operator (unknown episodes)
Michael J. Jacobs .... special still photographer (unknown episodes)
Robert Schoenhut .... camera operator (unknown episodes)
Nigel Seal .... second assistant camera (unknown episodes)
Gerald B. Wolfe .... still photographer (unknown episodes)
 
Series Casting Department
Peg Halligan .... casting associate (40 episodes, 1983-1985)
Simon Ayer .... casting executive (13 episodes, 1986-1987)

Dottie O'Brien .... extras casting (unknown episodes)
John O'Brien .... extras casting (unknown episodes)
 
Series Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sheila Mason .... costume supervisor / costume department supervisor / ... (88 episodes, 1983-1987)
Joy Tierney .... wardrobe: women (57 episodes, 1984-1987)
Richard Butz .... wardrobe: men (25 episodes, 1984-1985)
Darryl Levine .... wardrobe: men (23 episodes, 1983-1984)
Kent Warner .... costume supervisor (23 episodes, 1983-1984)
Jan Kemp .... wardrobe: men (20 episodes, 1985-1986)
Jered Green .... wardrobe: men (16 episodes, 1986-1987)
Daniel J. Lester .... costume supervisor (12 episodes, 1983)
Dianne Cohoon .... wardrobe: women (3 episodes, 1984)
 
Series Music Department
John Caper Jr. .... music supervisor / music coordinator (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Steve Mccroskey .... music editor (47 episodes, 1983-1986)

Andy D'Addario .... music scoring mixer (unknown episodes)
 
Series Transportation Department
Kenneth A. Owen .... mechanic (48 episodes, 1985-1987)
Jim Sharp .... transportation coordinator / transportation captain (47 episodes, 1983-1985)
Steve Imbler .... transportation coordinator (39 episodes, 1985-1987)
Joe Richardson .... driver (13 episodes, 1983)
Wayne Williams .... transportation captain (2 episodes, 1983)
 
Series Other crew
Grace Curcio .... assistant: Mr. Cannell / assistant to producers (97 episodes, 1983-1987)
Cosmo Genovese .... script supervisor (84 episodes, 1983-1987)
Joan Etchells .... budgeting and estimating / production accountant / ... (61 episodes, 1983-1985)
Gary DeGalla .... location manager (36 episodes, 1984-1987)
Bob Lewis .... production accountant (36 episodes, 1985-1987)
Coleen Cannon .... script supervisor: second unit (30 episodes, 1983-1984)
Lisa Cochran-Neilan .... production coordinator (29 episodes, 1984-1986)
Mark Jones .... story editor (24 episodes, 1984-1985)
Bill Nuss .... story editor (24 episodes, 1985-1987)
Richard Christian Matheson .... story editor (23 episodes, 1983-1984)
Thomas E. Szollosi .... story editor (23 episodes, 1983-1984)
Gina Neilson .... production coordinator (22 episodes, 1983-1984)
Priscilla Taussig .... production coordinator (19 episodes, 1985-1986)
Louis Farah .... set paramedic (18 episodes, 1983-1984)
Peter M. Robarts .... location manager (18 episodes, 1985-1986)
Ralph Alderman .... location manager (17 episodes, 1983-1984)
Rosemarie Abelson .... staff coordinator (13 episodes, 1983)
Larry K. Johnson .... script supervisor (13 episodes, 1983)
Jane Wilson .... production coordinator (13 episodes, 1983)
Valerie Mickaelian Kucera .... production coordinator (13 episodes, 1986-1987)
Ronald M. Quigley .... location manager (7 episodes, 1983-1984)
James McCabe .... location manager (7 episodes, 1983)
Steve Stafford .... aerial coordinator (6 episodes, 1983-1984)
Kokayi Ampah .... location manager (6 episodes, 1984-1985)
Sidney Ellis .... story editor (5 episodes, 1986)
Don Garrison .... location manager (3 episodes, 1984)
Nigel Mercer .... intern (2 episodes, 1983)
Peter M. Tobyansen .... location manager (2 episodes, 1986)

Art Scholl .... pilot (unknown episodes, 1982-1984)
Lou Flirpa .... dialogue coach (unknown episodes)
 

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Runtime:
60 min (including commercials) | Argentina:60 min | Israel:45 min
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Certification:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG (some episodes) | Australia:M (some episodes) | Netherlands:6 (DVD rating) | Singapore:PG | USA:TV-PG

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Producer John Ashley is uncredited as the narrator for the opening sequence.See more »
Goofs:
Incorrectly regarded as goofs: In order to have become a Green Beret BA Baracus would have to have undergone Airborne Training and completed a number of parachute jumps. Yet according to his mother he was afraid of flying even from an early age. However, given BA's tenacity and toughness, that doesn't discount the possibility that he did many parachute jumps simply because he wanted to face that fear and overcome it.See more »
Quotes:
[opening narration]
Narrator:In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team.
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63 out of 71 people found the following review useful.
You Either Love It or Hate It!, 26 December 2003
Author: Ben Burgraff (cariart) from Las Vegas, Nevada

"The A-Team" is a guilty pleasure for the two generations of viewers who have embraced the series. It never attempted to be "Masterpiece Theater", but 'cotton candy for the brain', with the best episodes replaying the same scenario over and over (Underdog gets mauled by Big Bad Villain and his Baddies...calls in Our Heroes, who end up defending the Underdog on a 'deferred payment' plan...Our Heroes Stomp the Baddies, then get themselves captured...in true "MacGiver"-like fashion, they use the materials at hand, creating homemade lethal, yet non-fatal weapons in insanely short order...the Baddies are Crushed, and Our Heroes split, seconds before the Authorities arrive to arrest them). What made the series so popular was never the 'ritual' of the plots, however; if you loved the show, it was because of the chemistry of the stars. Hannibal, B.A., Face, and Murdock were all likable guys, and seemed to enjoy every moment together...and fans of the series have always 'picked up' on that camaraderie.

The brainchild of Stephen Cannell and Frank Lupo, NBC loved the concept of the show, and gave the series a prime 'starting' point, airing the pilot episode after a Super Bowl, guaranteeing great initial ratings. Featuring Tim Dunigan as 'Face' (Dirk Benedict was unavailable for the pilot), the show benefited enormously from Mr. T's presence, as ROCKY 3 had made him an overnight star. Another 'plus' was George Peppard's return to weekly television; his "Banecek" had been a much loved NBC series, until he walked off the show (Cannell, one of the writers of the earlier series, understood the ex-alcoholic Peppard's occasional mood swings, and offered him a large salary and a lot of creative control in the new series, resulting in one of the happier periods in the actor's tragic life).

A major discovery for "The A-Team" was Dwight Schultz, as 'Howling Mad Murdock'. A remarkably versatile actor, Schultz was adept at accents, physical humor, and rapid-fire one-liners, and his exchanges with Mr. T were funny without ever being demeaning. Peppard took a liking to the young actor, as well, and the warmth between the pair could be seen in nearly every episode. With Benedict's arrival (he had been the break-out star of "Battlestar Galactica", and had a large female following), Peppard had all the elements he felt were needed to make "The A-Team" work...which didn't bode well for the one female regular, Melinda Culea, as reporter Amy Allen. Although she gave the show a more balanced slant, and was excellent in her role, Peppard always considered her a 'fifth wheel'...and when Cannell did not renew her contract for the third season, it was generally assumed that George Peppard used his leverage to oust her. A new female character was introduced, played by Marla Heasley, but her character would remain less active, and would have a story 'arc' that would have her leave the series in 1985.

A television show with a single concept, no matter how enjoyable the cast, can't run indefinitely, and by the end of the fourth season, "The A-Team" had pretty well exhausted all the variations the writers could imagine. Entertainment figures (Hulk Hogan, Boy George and the Culture Club, Rick James, Isaac Hayes) appeared in weak efforts to bolster ratings, and NBC pressured Cannell to make major changes to the series.

Bowing to network pressure, the fifth season began by having the A-Team finally captured and court-martialed. Escaping with the aid of new regular Frankie Santana (Eddie Velez), the team soon found themselves 'prisoners' of a secret government agency run by Gen. Hunt Stockwell (Robert Vaughn), who offered them full pardons if they would take on a number of assignments "too risky" for the U.S. intelligence community to handle. The episodes sank to formulaic "Mission Impossible" clones, with George Peppard's authority lost to new boss Vaughn, and the 'blue-collar' charm of the earlier seasons sadly absent. When the series was canceled, while fans mourned, few were surprised.

What has been a surprise is the 'cult' status the series has achieved in the years since it left the air. While George Peppard never lived long enough to see it happen (he died in 1994, from pneumonia), the still-growing popularity of the show has been a source of pride and amazement for Benedict, Schultz, and Mr. T (who nearly died of cancer, but has made a complete recovery), and the show is about to re-emerge as a feature film, with Stephen Cannell producing.

Not bad for a 'single concept' series!

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