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Bernie Greene
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George Nemchek
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Randy Anderson
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Moya Kordick ...
Paula Anderson
Paula Victor ...
Iris Vosburgh
Lynn Longos ...
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Nick Angotti ...
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The A-Team has to find Paula Anderson, a young girl who's run away from home with her fathers briefcase containing a top secret Star Wars process report. She thinks her father Randy is about to sell this information to the Russians but does not know the documents are fake. An old acquaintance of hers, Bernie Greene, decides to hide the girl in the local old age pensioners home. Meanwhile, Murdock, posing as a professor, is kidnapped by a female SDI agent. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Trivia

Series folded December 30, 1986-after 98 episodes total, 12 episodes into the 5th season. See more »

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When the thugs kick in Bernie's door, the door breaks on hinges that are on the wrong side (where the knob is) of the door. See more »

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Bernie Greene: [Night Fever playing] Not bad if you like the Bee Gees. But I'll take Twisted Sister any day.
George Nemchek: And you accuse me of getting senile?
Bernie Greene: [to the girl] He's just angry because the Doobie Brothers broke up.
George Nemchek: Who? Who?
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Night Fever
Written by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb
Performed by The Bee Gees
Produced by The Bee Gees, Karl Richardson and Albhy Galuten for Karlbhy Productions
by arrangement with the Robert Stigwood Organisation
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