When Paris-trained painter Steven "Speed" Miller disappears (actually he's beaten into hospital for refusing to work on command), his painting friend Peggy and her best friend who never used his uncles inheritance to go to an Ivy League college hire the A-Team to find him. By his style Peggy indicates as likely suspect Steffan Shawn's Beverly Hills gallery. It takes Face a jiffy to get a foot in as 'arts magazine critic'; he soon manages to plant a wire and makes the crook believe "H.M. Murdock" is the new talent he looks for- indeed he is soon seized and ordered to make perfect reproduction (Peggy does that for him) so his alarm company can switch them for the priceless real thing, notably in a villa BA of all people is set up in... Written by
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The red vintage car the team use when pretending be rich art owners appears to be a 1930s Duesenberg Model J, but is a reproduction Duesenberg II model, which were made between 1975 and 2000. The difference between 1930s car and the reproduction is evident in the dashboard when it is seen- this car has modern instruments and radio/tape-deck. See more
I've got a gun pointed right at your belly.
Well, I guess we're covered.
This whole thing was a set up wasn't it? The mansion, the painting, Murdock, too.
You're pretty quick. You watch a lot of gameshows, huh?
You know if I were three feet in front of a bullet, I don't think I'd be cracking so many jokes.