When a man is convicted of smuggling a shipment of cocaine
into South America his parents turn to the A-Team to prove
Plane Sight sees our renegade soldiers trying to bring
down a small time smuggling operation from the inside. There
is an excellent cameo from Lance Henriksen and watch out for
Hannibal's wonderful duck call! Hard men have never been so
undercover reporter contacts the A-Team offering to help them
in return for exclusive news stories. But soon she is in danger
and needs the help of the mean foursome...
Battle of Bel-Air sees Colonel Decker hot on the heals
of The A-Team, but not for long as our heroes soon slip from
his grip and then have to decide whether the undercover reporter
is a plant or not. This is actually surprisingly good fun,
with Dwight Schultz on comedic form and it wasn't until I
watched this episode that I realised what a moaning queen
Mr T was. Although I wouldn't say so to his face.
an ex-Vietnam paratrooper and friend of Face, Reverend Taylor,
asks the A-Team for help to break up a large moonshine operation,
the good guys can't really say no...
not a bad episode. Really memory lane stuff if you are thirty-something.
Pure-Dee Poison rounds off a pretty OK disc.
main problem I had with this disc was that Universal Playback
are not releasing these in any proper order and the repro
for the cover was appalling! That said, £13 is worth
it for the nostalgic value, although whether you will want
to buy any more than one volume is another matter.
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