All 23 episodes from the fourth series, featuring the avenging soldiers of fortune out to clear their name of a crime they didn't commit, and help those who need them most. In this series, the team have to rescue a judge's daughter from a gang of mobsters, join forces with Hulk Hogan to stop a youth centre being torn down, and Face (Dirk Benedict) quits the A-Team when he receives a full government pardon, little realising that he's walking into a trap. Episodes are: 'Judgement Day (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'Where is the Monster When You Need Him?'; 'A Lease With the Option to Die'; 'The Road to Hope'; 'The Heart of Rock 'n' Roll'; 'Body Slam'; 'Blood, Sweat and Cheers'; 'Mind Games'; 'There Goes the Neighbourhood'; 'The Doctor is Out'; 'Uncle Buckle-Up'; 'Judgement Wheels of Fortune'; 'The A Team is Coming, the A Team is Coming'; 'Members Only'; 'Cowboy George'; 'Waiting For Insane Wayne'; 'The Duke of Whispering Pines'; 'Beneath the Surface'; 'Mission of Peace'; 'The Trouble With Harry'; 'The Little Town With an Accent'; and 'The Sound of Thunder'.
Television producer Stephen J. Cannell (Hunter, Wiseguy, 21 Jump Street
) scored one of the earliest of his many 1980s hits with The A-Team
. A group of Vietnam veterans falsely accused of a crime during the last days of the conflict, the A-Team was made up of cigar-chomping leader Hannibal (George Peppard), tough guy B.A. Baracus (Mr. T), suave con man Face (Dirk Benedict), and paranoid pilot Murdock (Dwight Schultz). The team survived through employment as soldiers of fortune, humiliating their foes, and standing up for the little guy.
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