TV Series | TV-PG | | Action, Adventure, Crime
Four Vietnam vets, framed for a crime they didn't commit, help the innocent while on the run from the military.
Despite the show being famous for its comedic violence and the fact that an actual gunshot wound (let alone a character dying) was very rare, almost all members of the team got shot during the course of the series. Murdock was shot twice (The A-Team: Curtain Call (1984) and The A-Team: The Sound of Thunder (1986)), and so was B.A--once(off-screen) in The A-Team: Black Day at Bad Rock (1983) Face got shot once, in the series finale (The A-Team: Without Reservations (1987)) , which makes Hannibal the only member who never got shot during all five seasons (though he did get injured by falling crates in The A-Team: Point of No Return (1986).
Shut up, fool.
Throughout the series, the stunt doubles used to stand in for the actors are often very obviously not the actor in question. This is consistent with other action/adventure TV shows from the same era and ilk.
The episodes broadcast in Germany on the commercial network RTL were heavily cut with regards to violence and 'imitable techniques' (such as improvising weapons and explosives). Also, the opening credits for all episodes were based on the version originally used for the 5th season, including the unpopular remix of the opening song. The first season episodes broadcast on the public network ARD, however, were completely uncut and featured the original opening credits.