Are these fun facts about The A-Team true or false?

These explosive fun facts could only come from The A-Team! Can you guess which facts are true and which are false?

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The A-Team is known for a few things: explosions, over the top violence, cartoon-like action, gold chains and... more explosions. The A-Team was originally slammed by critics for its comic-strip violence and lack of realism, but it was the viewers, not the critics, who made The A-Team a huge success.

The four-man band of Veterans changed the way many looked at violence on TV. With five seasons of action-packed moments, some interesting situations and a few enemies both on and off the screen, many fun facts came from the series.

Let's take a look at a few fun facts about The A-Team. All of these fun facts are interesting, but they aren't all true. Can you pass this A-Team trivia quiz? It's true or false, so take your best guess. Good luck!

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  1. Despite their chemistry in the show, Mr. T and George Peppard did not get along.
  2. George Peppard and Robert Vaughn had never worked together before The A-Team.
  3. NBC executives originally wanted the character of Murdock to be removed from the show.
  4. B.A. Baracus' real first name is Bosco.
  5. The A-Team has a PG rating.
  6. Although Marla Heasley joined The A-Team as Tawnia Baker, she's not in the opening credits.
  7. Hannibal's cigars weren't real. They were only for screen use because George Peppard was against smoking.
  8. Hulk Hogan guest starred on The A-Team, and he was Mr. T's tag team partner in the first ever Wrestlemania.
  9. Dirk Benedict wasn't the first pick for the role of Faceman.
  10. The A-Team had a total of six character deaths during its five season run.
  11. The A-Team was inspired by Mission: Impossible (1966) and The Fugitive (1963)
  12. The pilot episode, "Mexican Slayride" aired after Super Bowl XVII (1983)
  13. The role of B.A. was originally written for someone else.

Are these fun facts about The A-Team true or false?

Your Result...

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jd4862 1 month ago
11/13 The show was like a live action looney tune show, no matter what, everyone walked away alive.
Coldnorth jd4862 21 days ago
We have the same score
MOT1970 1 month ago
8 out of 13. I can hear Mr T, "Sukkah!"
CaptainDunsel 1 month ago
I pity the fool who didn't know about Bosco!
Runeshaper 1 month ago

We love when a plan comes together! That score is as intimidating as Mr. T. Great job!
Bapa1 1 month ago
10/13, I take issue with #9 and #10.
oldschool32 1 month ago
The answer that no one dies during the series is wrong. Gen. Harlan "Bull" Fullbright.
MrsPhilHarris 1 month ago
13/13 😳 Amazing! I have never watched the show.
You were just on the jazz!
Pacificsun 1 month ago
#2 Vaughn and Peppard got along well. Adding Vaughn to the ensemble was thought to have a calming influence on Peppard. More so from being (working) actor contemporaries, who earned their recognition through years of hard work. Vaughn functioned in the same capacity regarding Steve McQueen (Magnificent Seven) as well, since SM was also a little edgy (competitive and paranoid).
cperrynaples Pacificsun 1 month ago
Interesting! I'm sure you knew Peppard was in Breakfast At Tiffany's with Audrey Hepburn and that Vaughn did Bullitt with McQueen! Fun Fact: Vaughn guest starred in the M7 series in the late '90's!
tnminnow 1 month ago
9/19 missed 2,4,5,12
CaptainDunsel tnminnow 1 month ago
You got the super-sized quiz?
tnminnow CaptainDunsel 1 month ago
Yeah I must be special. 🤣
72doug 1 month ago
10/13! missed numbers 9, 12 and 13.
teire 1 month ago
8/13. Don’t know the show well, but that’s ok.
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