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"The A-Team" Bounty (1985)

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Original Air Date:
2 April 1985 (Season 3, Episode 22)
Two hillbilly types, Royko and Tanen, visit the VA Hospital to see Murdock. When they go to his room... See more » | Full synopsis »
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The A-Team's Warmest Episode See more (1 total) »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

George Peppard ... John 'Hannibal' Smith

Dirk Benedict ... Templeton 'Faceman' Peck

Dwight Schultz ... 'Howling Mad' Murdock

Mr. T ... B.A. Baracus

Gene Evans ... Darrow
Wendy Fulton ... Dr. Kelly Stevens - Veterinarian

Bill McKinney ... Royko

Paul Koslo ... Tanen

Carl Franklin ... Captain Crane
Lance LeGault ... Col. Decker

Mickey Jones ... Radio DJ Cowboy Billy Bob

Joan Roberts ... Phone Service Secretary
Edy Roberts ... Nurse
Mike Tully ... Orderly

Michael Chieffo ... Mel
Don Maxwell ... Sheriff Bellows
Huck Liggett ... Deputy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

John Ashley ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Michael O'Herlihy 
Writing credits
Frank Lupo (created by) &
Stephen J. Cannell (created by)

Stephen Katz (written by)

Mark Jones (story editor)

Produced by
John Ashley .... producer
Steve Beers .... associate producer
Stephen J. Cannell .... executive producer
Frank Lupo .... co-executive producer
Jo Swerling Jr. .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Pete Carpenter 
Mike Post 
Cinematography by
Bradley B. Six (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Howard Terrill 
Chris G. Willingham 
Casting by
Peg Halligan 
Art Direction by
Carlos Berben 
Set Decoration by
Raymond Paul 
Makeup Department
Elaina Cizek .... hair stylist
Ve Neill .... makeup artist
Production Management
Matthew N. Herman .... executive in charge of production
Stephen Sassen .... unit production manager (as Steve Sassen)
Gary Winter .... executive in charge of post-production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig R. Baxley .... second unit director
John Peter Kousakis .... first assistant director
David Newman .... second assistant director
Art Department
Alan Sims .... property master (as Alan James Sims)
Sound Department
Jim Cook .... re-recording mixer
Robert L. Harman .... re-recording mixer
Bill Marky .... sound mixer
Dean Okrand .... re-recording mixer
Dick Wahrman .... sound effects coordinator
Special Effects by
Al Di Sarro .... special effects
Craig R. Baxley .... stunt coordinator
John Borland .... stunts (uncredited)
Tony Brubaker .... stunts (uncredited)
Norman Howell .... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Orrison .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Bergdahl .... camera operator
David Marsik .... gaffer (as Dave Marsik)
Verlin Mathews .... key grip (as Verlin J. Matthews)
Jim Marquette .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael Santoro .... grip foreman (uncredited)
Casting Department
Peg Halligan .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Richard Butz .... wardrobe: men
Sheila Mason .... costume supervisor
Joy Tierney .... wardrobe: women (as Joy M. Tierney)
Editorial Department
Gary Winter .... executive in charge of post-production
Location Management
Peter M. Robarts .... location manager (as Peter Major Robarts)
Music Department
John Caper Jr. .... music supervisor
Steve Mccroskey .... music editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Jim Sharp .... transportation coordinator
Kenneth A. Owen .... mechanic (uncredited)
Other crew
Lisa Cochran-Neilan .... production coordinator (as Lisa M. Cochran)
Grace Curcio .... assistant: Mr. Cannell
Joan Etchells .... budgeting and estimating
Cosmo Genovese .... script supervisor
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

USA:47 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Wendy Fulton, who plays the role of Dr. Kelly Stevens, is Dwight Schultz's wife.See more »
Revealing mistakes: The scene of the car chase where the A-Team tries to escape from Colonel Decker and his men by jumping over the construction site is actually copied from episode "Labor Pains" (#2.08). In that episode this scene also marked the end of a car chase with Decker.See more »
Hannibal:They never learn. You gotta know when to hold 'em, and know when to walk away.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Kenny Rogers as The Gambler (1980) (TV)See more »


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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
The A-Team's Warmest Episode, 1 June 2007
Author: Michael Daly ( from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Late in 1984 a syndicated entertainment magazine show aired a segment on Dwight Schultz and his involvement with "The A-Team." The segment included an interview with Schultz's wife Wendy Fulton. Many fans of the show likely saw this segment and thus, when learning that this episode would co-star Wendy Fulton, looked forward more than usual to this episode.

Knowing that Wendy Fulton is Dwight Schultz's wife is important because it adds to the warmth of the episode as Wendy and Dwight play off the very real love they have and thus imbue the episode with an extra humanity mostly missing from what is supposed to be an action comedy. Wendy plays a veterinarian, Kelly Stevens, who lives in upstate California. When a gang of shotgun-armed hillbilly-style bounty hunters kidnaps Murdock in broad daylight they take him upstate but he escapes, and finds shelter with Kelly Stevens.

The sparkle that emanates from Murdock and Kelly is just part of what makes this perhaps the show's best episode. Not only is there the love angle between Murdock and Kelly, there is the three-way pursuit involving the A-Team, the bounty hunters, and Colonel Decker, who arrives on the scene upon learning of Murdock's capture. This three-way chase intersects at the end of Act One when Murdock escapes the bounty hunters and they pursue, scant minutes before the A-Team bursts down the door of their house and then Decker arrives in a hail of bullets.

This is a case where a little more of Murdock and Kelly and less action would have made the episode better - an Act Three action scene where Hannibal and B.A. blow up some of Decker's cars to force a diversionary pursuit uses mostly stock footage from an earlier episode and could have been deleted altogether without disrupting the flow of the episode. In any event the episode shines thanks to its mixture of action and warmth, and one wonders why Kelly Stevens was never returned to the series as a periodic guest star.

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