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Pure-Dee Poison 

"Pure-Dee Poison" is an episode of The A-Team starring George Peppard, Dirk Benedict, and Dwight Schultz. Reverend Taylor knew Face as a US military padre in Saigon, so when Charles Drew, the criminal king of Arcadia county where he now ministers, even sells his literally poisonous moonshine ... See full summary »

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... John 'Hannibal' Smith
... Templeton 'Faceman' Peck
... 'Howling Mad' Murdock
... B.A. Baracus
... Tawnia Baker
... Reverend Taylor
... Burt
... Stephanie Taylor
... Charles Drew
Tony O'Neil ... Frank
Marsha Haynes ... Dr. Reed - Dentist
Ed Crick ... Boyle
John Roselius ... Calhoun
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Reverend Taylor knew Face as a US military padre in Saigon, so when Charles Drew, the criminal king of Arcadia county where he now ministers, even sells his literally poisonous moonshine whiskey to local teenagers, he is quickly accepted as a client by the A-team. They even promise to use minimal violence while putting an end to his illegal booze business, which also uses the 'protection' racket - just the team's ticket in so they can put him and his goons out of action for good, and since the scum won't listen, there's a final showdown. Written by KGF Vissers

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It appears that the building and parking lot in the background where Hannibal and the Reverend first meet on the pier is where Jim Rockford kept his trailer on the Rockford Files. See more »

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During the final shootout, one of the villains fires two shots with a pistol. After the second shot, the slide locks open, indicating it is out of ammunition. However, the villain's gun jerks a third time, as if a third shot was fired. See more »

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"Hannibal" Smith: Phase one of our operation is a succes
Templeton "Faceman" Peck: Well, phase one is always the easiest. The bad guys never know it when we're doing phase one.
"Hannibal" Smith: Heh, heh.
Templeton "Faceman" Peck: Phase two, that's when the soup sticks to the spoon!
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References Pretty Poison (1968) See more »

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