The A-Team

The A-Team was a tv show (pop culture propaganda) about Vietnam War veterans, with mind controlled actors created by Stephen Cannell (Baker), broadcast from 1983 to 1987 on NBC, references to Project Artichoke (the A-treatment, Aleph the ox, the A-bomb of Manhattan Project). It was marketed through a franchise with Marvel Comics series, action dolls from Galoob (Ghostbusters, Power Rangers, Men in Black). The Massimo's (Fabius Maximus war with Hannibal) control the Clerkenwell crime syndicate in London, called the Addams family or A-Team.

Stephen Cannell (Sigma Chi like Jack Parsons) created The Rockford Files with Meta Rosenberg, 21 Jump Street,...

Frank Lupo also created Werewolf (transformation as metaphor for dissociative trance) with James Darren (Gidget). Ignazio 'Lupo the Wolf' Lupo was called the Artichoke King.

They are members of 5th Special Forces Group like John Wayne in The Green Berets, colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now, John Rambo in Rambo, Robert De Niro  in The Deer Hunter,..

William Lucking (Pasadena Playhouse, Bonanza, The Waltons, The Incredible Hulk) as Colonel Frances Lynch officer at Fort Bragg, used in USO shows, place of birth Julianne Moore (Julie Smith, played in Hannibal).

George Peppard (Beta Theta Pi like Adam West, Robert Reed, like Sam Walton, Stephen Bechtel and Charles Koch) as John 'Hannibal' Smith (the Hierophant, Hannibal used elephants, seen on the card as symbol of the mind) like CIA director Walter Bedell Smith who initiated Project Artichoke. He was trained by Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio, Carnegie Mellon University, used in USO tours in Vietnam. 

He played in The Carpetbaggers about Howard Hughes, Mosquito Squadron  as MI5 agent with Joan Collins, Oscar Homolka (married to Florence Meyer, worked with Max Reinhardt, mentor of Leni Riefenstahl) and Breakfast at Tiffany's of Truman Capote with Audrey Hepburn. He married Elizabeth Ashley (Mission Impossible).

William Dwight Schultz as HM (Howling Mad=wolf symbolism, identifies with fictional characters) Murdock. He played Robert Oppenheimer (A-bomb project) in Fat Man Little Boy, Henry Jeckyl/Jack the Ripper (dual role with Robbie Coltrane) in Van Helsing: The London Assignment with Hugh Jackman and in Star Trek the Next Generation and Star Trek First Contact.

Dirk Benedict (DB=42) as Templeton 'Faceman' Peck. He played in ABC show Battlestar Galactica with Lorne Green (Bonanza) of Glen Larson (The Four Preps, Gidget films), The Feminine Touch with Paige Turco (TMNT) and Elliott Gould. He was used in Big Brother.

Mr T (school of Jennifer Hudson) as BA Baracus. He was used in the WWE with Hulk Hogan and played in Rocky III with Sylvester Stallone (Rambo), produced by Irwin Wrinkler (jewish), T. and T. created by Elia Katz and Michael Hirsch. BA Baracus is afraid of flying so he is drugged or hypnotized (the A-treatment) causing amnesia.

Melinda Culea as Amy Allen. She played in Fantasy Island, Star Trek, Murder She Wrote,..

John Ashley (Will Rogers High School like Leon Russell of The Wrecking Crew, Sigma Chi, worked with Glenn Campbell of The Wrecking Crew, AIP of Samuel Z Arkoff, movies with Anette Funicello).

Geoffrey Lewis (Bonanza, father of Scientologist Juliette Lewis)

Ernie Hudson (The Crow, Ghostbusters)

Tia Carrere (Wayne's World)

Hulk Hogan (Baywatch, Gremlins 2)

Jeanna Keough (music videos of ZZ Top, Playboy, Cheers, The Real Housewives of Orange County orange=33=sodomy)

David Hemmings (Blow Up, Eye of the Devil with Sharon Tate)

Richard Anderson (married to daughter of Irving Thalberg) as Murdock's psychiatrist.

Boy George.

David McCallum (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.).

Sid Haig (Pasadena Playhouse)

Stuart Whitman (The Day the Earth Stood Still, Fantasy Island)

Lana Clarkson

music by Pete Carpenter (Bewitched).

2010 The A-Team Liam Neeson (Batman Begins) Bradley Cooper (amnesia in The Hangover) Jessica Biel Sharito Copley (District 9) Quinton Jackson Henry Czerny (Mission Impossible) Patrick Wilson (Carnegie Mellon University) Brian Bloom (TMNT, Wolfenstein the New Colossus) Tony Scott Ridley Scott 20th Century Fox.

2015 Lego Dimensions

Liam Neeson

NBC

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