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On The Jazz Newsletter: Volume 3 Issue N°9

Date: January 30, 1997
Author: Nicole Pellegrini
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DATE:   January 30, 1997

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Hey, everyone! This is the type of newsletter I enjoy typing up - you guys did most of the work for me this time, ha ha! Anyway, lots of stuff as usual, so let's get going...
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS: European A-team Philly Fest
The movie campaign begins
A-Team newsgroup created
Dwight Schultz narration
EUROPEAN A-TEAM PHILY FEST: Jasper asked me to post this here in the newsletter, so listen up, Euro-fans!

Date: Sat, 18 Jan 1997 13:32:44 +0100
To: [email protected]
From: Jasper Molenmaker
Subject: European A-team Philly Fest
Mime-Version: 1.0

Hello Jazzers,

A few times Nicole has organized the A-team Philly fest, a party were On The Jazzers get together, and besides watching a lot of A-team episodes, have lots of fun.

But of course for us fans on the other side of the ocean it's not that easy to pop by in Philadelphia. So that's why a few of us thought it would be a nice idea to organize an European A-team Philly Fest.

The plan is still very premature. For example we don't know if there are enough people interested in coming, to organize such a party. And besides the continent we have no idea were to organize it.

So what I would like to know is;
Who would be interested in coming?
Do you have any suggestions for the place to organize it?
Do you have some nice idea's for the party?

Although I've named it "European" doesn't mean people from the other continents aren't allowed to come, on the contrary your all invited.


/// Jasper Molenmaker, Amsterdam, The Netherlands \\\
\\\ E-mail : [email protected] ///
/// homepage : http://www.xs4all.nl/~jmm/ \\\
\\\ A-team On The Web : http://www.xs4all.nl/~jmm/a-team/ ///
THE MOVIE CAMPAIGN BEGINS!: On the mailig list we've moaned and groaned and debated the upcoming A-Team movie quite a bit. Well, if you're upset about the Team getting recast, now you can do something about it. Join our campaign, write to Universal and Cannell, and let them know what you think (and do it nicely, please, we don't want them to think we're all a bunch of raving lunatics - Murdock fans excepted, of course!)

The addresses you need are:
Universal Studios
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, Calif. 91608

Stephen J. Cannell Productions.
7083 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028

You can read more about the campaign at
A-TEAM NEWSGROUP CREATED: Again, more news from Jasper -

Date: Sun, 26 Jan 1997 18:29:44 +0100
To: [email protected]
From: Jasper Molenmaker
Subject: A-team newsgroup: alt.tv.a-team
Mime-Version: 1.0

Finally the A-team is honored with it's own newsgroup: alt.tv.a-team

Check it out and help answering questions of other fans that haven't discovered the On The Jazz discussion group yet.


If your server doesn't carry the newsgrou p but you want to check it out, write your news server administrator and make a request for it. Or you can read it over the web via a service like Dejanews (http://www.dejanews.com).
DWIGHT SCHULTZ NARRATION: Rhonda had mentioned something about this special before, but now we've got the full scoop from Chad ([email protected]). Dwight narrates a program entitled: Enola Gay and the Atomic Bombing of Japan, 50th Anniversay of WWII. According to Chad, "It was produced by B-29 productions for The History Channel and distributed under A&E Home Video. Dad said he ordered out of a 'Pbs'(?) video catalogue."
DIRK ON BACKCHAT TRANSCRIPT: Much thanks to Kiwi ([email protected]) for writing this up! So for those of you who didn't get to see the show, here's how it went...

Today we welcome the Faceman from the A-Team to the FX apartment, Dirk Benedict.

Jeff Probst: Well in its original run on television it was the number one show, recently came to Fx, voted best new show on FX. I think there's something there. We have one of the stars. The personable, the charming, the ever handsome Face. Dirk Benedict. Welcome have a seat.
DB: And I've come a long way from Helena Montana yeah haven't I?
JP: That's where you live! Now
DB: No I live in the North West part of the state acctually, a little
JP: same state
DB: yeah same state.
JP:Give us the story how you, a lot of A-Team fans obviously [know?] the fact that, we held a big pole here on Backchat A-Team meets the people.
DB: Yeah That's great talk about legs!
Both: Yeah.
DB: 10 years later.
JP: And your whole, the way you ended up with the role is one of the great, sorta proves one of the great truisms of Hollywood which is contract is only good as the person who writes it.
DB: Right.
JP: You were supposed to do the part from the begining.
DB: I was, I paid a lot of people off. I come from money. Had a lot of money. Paid off the people....... No this show was written for me by Steve J. Cannel he was, I mean not the show, the character. He'd seen me on Battlestar and wrote this part for me. He said don't worry it's going to be all right. I went and auditioned for the network, and went on and on. Meanwhile the casting for the other parts, and they were arguring over who was going to play Hannibal, who was going to be Murdock and who, you know well Mr. T was a done deal. Cause you know, who could, this guy
JP: Other than him..
DB: It was him, It was also written for him. He wrote the show for me based on
JP: And then come time to do the show.
DB: Come time to do the show and everybody was casted and I got a phone call from my agent, on Monday, says they hired somebody else. So I went duck hunting in Montana.
JP: No wait what did you really do when you got that phone call?
DB: I Well I can't say it on this show, I guess not.
JP: That's what I want to get at.
DB: I broke down and sobbed and I went into therapy I.... No the truth is I went up to Montana, where I have a little cabin and I was, I went duck hunting. I mean you know you had your little thing (Say Hey on this episode was on Helena Montana. Talked about a Duck Festival that is held at the end of Feb.--K) So I was, that was in November and then in
JP: After the pilot they called you back
DB: After they went and did the pilot, I got a call, said "Gee I think we made a mistakes. Would you come and do the show?"
JP: Now did the show always, what I rememberis people talking about the car wrecks and the explosions and all that.
DB: We didn't have car wrecks! Did we have car wrecks? Oh yeah we did.
JP: Well you know you had big crashes
DB: I don't remember.
JP: But really...
DB: And yeah, all I remember is pretty girls.
JP: And more, I was gonna say the show doesn't have the kinda legs as you were refering to without having great characters and chemistry that you really see. Was it a fun period of time?
DB: It was chaotic. It was like, It was a wild expericence. There was more, I always thought if we could just, I mean what was going off... off camera was crazier than...
JP: Could have captured that.
DB: Yeah the chemistry of the of all the actors that were in that was quite unique and you know starnge. Dwight was a, is a very, he's more eccentric than the character he played. And everybody loves to talk. So it made for a very noisy...
JP: So in between chat sessions you'd go do a scene and then come back.
DB: I'd go take acting lessons, but the rest of them..... No it was non stop talk.
JP: I heard
DB: We'd sit and talk, and smoke cigars, and rant and rave and they'd say "Please we've got to get this shot, we've got to get this shot."
JP: I heard in fact that at one point the executive producers came down and said now look you guys have to much control over this show, but we're in charge of this show.
DB: They did, we did, we did we were out there, this was shot on location with film so we were not in a sudio we were always out in the boondocks.
JP: Where they couldn't get the handle on you.
DB: They had no control over us, it was like gorilla TV making. And we insisted on certain directors casue we worked very fast, we had all that action, and fighting, and we had dialogue. So we had to do 10 pages a day so and there we were and it was like a gang of guys and then they were losing control of the show. So they came out to re-get control of it, and let us know that. So the Writer/Producer says "You know I, before there were any of you, there was me. I am the A-Team" and Dwight, of course, went crazy and started pounding the table and said "Who cares who's the A-Team let's just..."
JP: Yell and nod your heads
DB: They never did get it back
JP: This book, Your book "Confessions of a Kamikazee Cowboy" which talks about, in addition to other things, your whole journey from Montana to Hollywood and that whole thing, but also talks about at a young age battling cancer and how you beat it with diet.
DB: Right
JP: What did you firgure out?
DB: I came out of the Carson-Agenate (???) closet acctually during the A-Team. It's the first time I publicly said that you know my prostate gland had been on the fritz at some point in my life. And then I was deluged, that's not to big of a word for Backchat is it?
JP: It's borderline.
DB: Well I'm sorry, I was swamped
JP: That's better.
DB: I was swamped.
JP: Got a whole bunch
DB: Got a whole bunch, a lot of, just yeah, bags of mail about this journey I had with cancer, so I wrote this book and then actually that started a writing career for me. I found out I could put two senctences together.
JP: That's one of the reasons you are here in New York. You got a play that had a reading.
DB: I had a reading of a play I had written it's going to be produced so yeah.
JP: Congratulations.
DB: I'm looking after your job next, what I really want to do is host a TV show but.
JP: I will knock you down.
DB: And I see how easy it is. Now that I see how easy it is, you got everything written down for you and you.... No your good, your great.
JP: We could be family acctually, we could be brothers.
DB: We could be
JP: Maybe we are
DB: You could be from Brute, and I could be from Helena.
JP: You going to stick around.... you have to go
DB: I'm going to play the piano later
JP: Oh you are? Oh good we also want to play the Dirk Benedict Lightning Round.
DB: Oh great!
JP: We'll explain what that is during the break. Don't go away we'll be
right back with a little more from Dirk.

Welcome back indeed, Dirk Benedict is here and we are going to do something we did with Robert Urick was here on the show. We played the Robert Urick lightning round. Where we have sixty seconds and a few questions to ask you about the A-Team just to sortta

DB: Sixty seconds oh that's good.
JP A-Team and life in general.
DB: That's as long as many of my relationships were back in my hey day.
JP: Alright do we have a clock? This is the Dirk Benedct Lightning Round. Let's get started. How many seasons was The A-Team on the air?
DB: 4 1/2
JP: Good. Who says "I love it when a plan comes together"?
DB: Hannibal
JP: What was your character's real name?
DB: AAAHHH Templeton Peck
JP: You're eating a bowl of borsch, sour cream or no sour cream?
DB: Sour cream
JP: Who played Frankie "Dishpan" Sanchez? (no one!!!!)
DB: AAAAA I forgot
JP: Eddie Velez
DB: Eddie Velez
JP: Who created The A-Team? We already covered this
DB: Steven J Cannel and Frank Lupo
JP: Whoa there's the second one. you are blowing up a house, how do you identify low bearing walls, so you know where to put the explosives?
DB: Look for termite holes!
JP: Oh good. Who wrote the theme for The A-Team?
DB: Well acctaully it was Bach!
JP: Bach?
DB: Johann Sebastian........... Mike Post
JP: Mike Post way to pull it out. Alright. Howlin' Mad Murdock out of his mind, or just missunderstood sensitive guy?
DB: Just missunderstood sensitive guy.
JP: In what episode is Face presented with an offical pardon?
DB: Well that would be the episode (BEEP)
JP: Oh sorry, and my final question was the guys who weren't good enough for The A-Team, what were they on? The B-Team!?
DB: No They were on the pine!
JP: That was a Dirk Benedict joke. Well that was the lightning round. Sometimes it crescendos sometimes it goes (down-K)
DB: That's alright. Going out with a whimper instead of a bang is sometimes the only way to go.
JP: We'll be deluged with comments about that. We have to do this Backchat biography.
DB: Can I go now?
JP: No No Because I want to ask you
DB: I'll go cook something........... Go Ahead
JP: Go Ahead
DB: No this is your show
JP: No you cook, give me the damn book, go cook. I'm hungry. Come on, go cook. I was going to ask you about Mr. T.
DB: Oh Mr. T
JP: Just in general, we get a lot of mail about him, not as much as we get about you, but secondary about him. Was he as fun as he seemed? He seemed like a good soul.
DB: He was. He was the real star of the A-Team. He was the hot item, he was the one everybody mobbed. And he was wildly wildly charming. And his real personality was so different from the shoe. When you could get it. He was a very funny guy. tremendous sense of humor and like an 18yr-old. Giggle Giggle Giggle Giggle Giggle. My memory of T is just Giggle, Giggle, Giggle, Giggle, Giggle, all the way to the bank Giggle, Giggle, Giggle. And he didn't want to talk. I mean if he had more than one line a day he would say "AH man I don't talk. OH why do those writers, I told those writers not to write these lines. Oh man give it to Dirk, He's the actor, I ain't go actor. OOH man." And we'd be doing a scene, you know, and it come to him and we'd have all this dialogue, come to him he'd have one line and there's be a big pause. "OOHH man do I talk? OOHH man."

(they then did the biography)JP: If you have a question, something for Dirk, we can get it up to him in Montana.
DB: We have mail. Where am I up there?
JP: What city?
DB: I'm near Callsousville. Up by the Flat Head Lakes. (Sorry if I spelled the city wrong, I have never heard of it-K) Ya'll come on up.
JP: Yeah you'll fly us around in your plane?
DB: I will I'll take you out personally
JP: Dirk (for) you cause we know you are a stoogie man (a cigar, some name please don't ask me to spell!!!!-K)
DB: Oh I thought you had a baby maybe!!

And that was it! There are the main parts of the Backchat that aired on January 19 1997 with Dirk Benedict.
Vanessa Kinsey did some research on each of our guys recently and came up with some intesting facts for the "Background Info" file, so read and enjoy!

I was at the library and began looking in the index of many, many books in the entertainment section, to see if there was anything on The Team or the actors. I first stumbled upon some plays that Dwight was in. In THE CRAZY LOCOMOTIVE Dwight played Nicholas Slobok (Travaillac) as to the story line I've not a clue.(Glenn Close also was in this performance.) This began on Tuesday, January 18, 1977. On Tuesday, November 27, 1979, Dwight appeared as George Guthrie in NIGHT AND DAY. (Maggie Smith was in this one. They had 95 performances and 7 previews!!!) I don't know the story to TINY ALICE but I do know that Dwight was in it, but since there's no cast list I can't tell you who he played. He was dressed in a catholic pastor's uniform if that gives anyone a clue. (Kinda reminds you of Face doesn't it?) Schultz was also in the world premiere of THE KEEPER with the *Philadelphia* Drama Guild!!! I bet starring in CRUCIFIER OF BLOOD with Charlton Heston was exciting. (This is making me want to go to an audition! Ahhhh!) He played someone called Major. Ross. Charlton Heston played Sherlock Holmes. I have a little infor on NED AND JACK in which Dwight plays Edward "Ned" Sheldon. 'A play in two acts. The action takes place in Ned Sheldon's penthouse apartment after midnaight on November 17, 1922.' Well that's all about Dwight's theatre appearances. If you want to see these entrys for yourself, go to the library and look for THEATRE WORLD mostly in the 70's.
Now for Lt. Barclay. This section is going to almost totally quoted.

Barclay (Dwight Schultz), an introverted crewmember-introspective, shy and incompotent-retreats to the holodeck to spend his life in a fantasy world he creates for himself. This despite LaForge's persistent attemps to shape him into a superior officer. When Barclay misses an important staff meeting, Geordi invades his holodeck environs and discovers a recreation of THE THREE MUSKETEERS, in which the characters are based on the command crew, includin Troi as the goddess of empathy and Riker as a fearful knave. Laughes Jonathan Frakes, "That was a riot, and the goddess of empathy..." [I'm gonna skip some now because it's some producer babbling about his wife watching the show and saying its his biography.-VK] "Dwight Schultz had been a STAR TREK fan for a long time," says Micheal Piller. "He told Rick Berman, 'If you ever get something for me, I'd love to do the show.' Dwight had just done a feature with Paul Newman and was very hot, and we didn't think we'd get him. It was a marvelous character piece. It's a Geordi show, but Dwight is at the center of it, This was a script submitted by a speculative writer." Director Cliff Bole also differs with the purported fan inspired [Go suburbanites!-VK] storyline "I didn't feel that, and I would have heard if it was intended. I certainly didn't approach it that way. Dwight was excellent. He really comes to work prepared and has a direction. He did a great job. The fantasy part of it was fun on that show. I also enjoyed the illusion within an illusion, like The Three Musketeers. I think Star Trek fans respond to that more than they do to anythin else. They like those little period fantasies." For Genesis:"Critiques Ron Moore, 'Just watching Dwight Schultz do his impression of a spider running through the ops lounge was woth the price of admission, and watching Riker getting progressively stupider was just delightful.' [For you and me both! HA-HA!]"

Somewhere, in a Star Trek: TNG book they actually had Dwight quoted but I can't seem to find it amoung my many photo-copies at the moment. I'll relay it to you the best I can "I had always wanted to be on Star Trek and when they called and said they wanted me for a part I accepted it. As soon as I got off the phone I screamed, 'I'm gonna be on Star Trek! I'm going to be an alien who has suction cups on his forehead, I'm gonna have special powers! Yes!' Then I looked at the script. I was a nerd. The part that bothered me was that Barclay is probably the most like me out of all the characters I've portrayed. I'm kinda quiet. But, over all Barclay was a fun character to play." Later her says something about liking to do imitations since he was a kid. He remebers going to see a Mobster movie and as soon as her would come home, he'd run to his room and start practicing some voices!

George Peppard:
This is an excerpt from THE LAST GREAT RIDE.
The hardest-working actor I ever saw at an audition was George Peppard reading for the part of Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith, the leader of the A-TEAM. Peppard, at that point was at a kind of career crossroads. His last acting job had been in the pilot of DYNASTY, but he had been so demanding that he'd been replaced. Peppard, by Hollywood stancards, was damaged goods coming into the A-TEAM audition, and on some level he knew it, Outwardly, though, he looked as cool and cocky as the character he was playing, but his blue shirt kept getting darker and darker as he read his lines. Remember the movie BROADCAST NEWS? Remember the Albert Brooks sweating through his debut as an achorman? That's what I'm talking about here. As I watched Peppard audition I was thinking, 'Here's a guy who's done thousands of hours of television and film but he's still nevous.' Maybe Peppard was afraid that THE A-TEAM might be his last shot at anything worthwhile. Whatever the case, he was out there trying...and succeeding.

Mr. T
An excerpt from HOLLYWOOD FLEECE.
The A-Team was the real McCoy-a breakout hit, a Top Ten show that found its own audience from existing shows. THE A-Team yanked NBC out of its lethargy, and Tartikoff, making matters worse for ABC, ingeniously scheduled it against HAPPY DAYS at 8 p.m. on Tuesday night. In short, Cannell, whome ABC had put into buisness as an independant producer, had ended up delivering his first hit series to a competing network.

To rub it in, Mr.T, THE A-TEAM's star, appeared in special on-air promotion during the Super Bowl. Brandishing a Mohawk-style haircut, Mr. T jabbed a black finger at the TV screen, rattled the gold bracelets around his linebacker-sized forearm, and said in a gruff, mean voice: "Fonzie, your happy days are over."

Teenagers all across America heard the line and laughed.
"It was like 'Happy Days' was hit with a bullet," Lew Erlicht recalled ruefully.

Well that's all I have time for rights now, let me know if you want some more 'TALES OF T!'

Vanessa Kinzey
[email protected]
Here's everything you need to watch for in the coming weeks...all times Eastern Standard

2/1/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Semi-Friendly Persuasion) - Members of a peaceful group ask the A-Team for help after ruffians harass them.
2/1/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Island) - Hannibal, B.A. and cohorts raid a dope smuggler's den in the South Pacific and free a former Vietnam War buddy.
2/2/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Curtain Call) - While helping a wounded Murdock, the A-Team members are pursued by Lt. Decker and his men.
2/3/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Battle of Bel Air) - An undercover reporter discovers some devilish goings-on at a security firm.
2/3/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Big Squeeze) - Hannibal, B.A. and cohorts turn the tables on a ruthless loan shark who has been putting the squeeze on downtown businessmen.
2/4/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Bullets and Bikinis) - The team flies to Miami to wage war against gangsters threatening to take over a resort hotel owned by two sisters.
2/4/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Judgment Day) - The A-Team travels to Europe to rescue a judge's daughter from kidnappers.
2/5/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Bend in the River) - A river pirate captures a man as he travels into uncharted Amazon River territory.
2/5/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Judgment Day) - Faceman devises a scheme to capture the kidnappers of a judge's daughter.
2/6/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Bend in the River) - The A-Team hopes to rescue a traveler who has been captured by a river pirate.
2/6/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Where Is the Monster When You Need Him?) - On location in Mexico to film a monster movie, the A-Team locks horns with a war criminal.
2/7/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Timber!) - The team attempts to stop a crooked union boss from succeeding with his plan to force a family-run logging operation out of business.
2/7/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Lease With an Option to Die) - The A-Team tangles with neighborhood thugs after answering B.A.'s mother's (Della Reese) call for help.
2/8/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Fire) - The team tries to protect a fire chief from harassment.
2/9/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Double Heat) - The team goes up against two different crime syndicates to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a key government witness.
2/10/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Trouble on Wheels) - B.A., Hannibal and cohorts infiltrate a car factory to capture a gang of ruthless auto parts thieves.
2/10/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Road to Hope) - The team tries to expose a millionaire's son who's running an illegal operation out of a skid row shelter.
2/11/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Island) - Hannibal, B.A. and cohorts raid a dope smuggler's den in the South Pacific and free a former Vietnam War buddy.
2/11/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Heart of Rock and Roll) - The A-Team works to expose a robbery scam being run by a prison warden. Guests: Rick James, Isaac Hayes.
2/12/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Showdown!) - Three men posing as the A-Team terrorize a Wild West show.
2/12/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Body Slam) - The A-Team contends with mobsters who are trying to close down a youth center.
2/13/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Sheriffs of Rivertown) - The A-Team is enlisted to restore law and order in a South American town.
2/13/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Blood, Sweat and Cheers) - The A-Team helps a race car driver who is being threatened by a Mafia boss' nephew. Guest star: Stuart Whitman.
2/14/97, 16:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Moving Targets) - The A-Team must protect a sheik's daughter, who is about to marry a prince from an opposing country.
2/14/97, 20:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Till Death Do Us Part) - A Texas heiress hires the team to keep her from marrying a man she believes murdered her father.

07:00pm Thu Jan-30
11:00am Fri Jan-31
ENCR ... THE THIRD DAY (1965) ** (NR) ......... 7-9pm ...... Movi/Crim An amnesiac climbs out of a car wreck and faces an unhappy wife, a rotten cousin and a bum rap. With: George Peppard, Elizabeth Ashley, Roddy McDowall, Arthur O'Connell, Mona Washbourne, Herbert Marshall, Robert Webber, Charles Drake, Sally Kellerman, Arte Johnson. CC. NR

09:30am Tue Feb-04
03:30pm Tue Feb-0
A+E .... BANACEK .............................. 9:30-11am .. Ser/Crim "Ten Thousand Dollars a Page". Banacek has three suspects in the theft of a tycoon's (David Wayne) priceless book; with David Doyle, Richard Schaal, Stella Stevens, Ted Cassidy.

MOVIE: Official Denial Science Fiction, 1993 Feb 3 8:00pm SCIFI Benevolent aliens, evil military types and mysterious midnight visitations figure in this flying-saucer fable. Parker Stevenson, Erin Gray. Gen. Spaulding: Chad Everett. Lt. Col. Lerner: Dirk Benedict. Filmed in Australia. Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith. Not Rated

04:00am Sun Feb-02
02:00am Wed Feb-05
SHO2 ... ROADRACERS (1994) ** (NR) ............ 4:10-6am ... Movi/Acti Police, punks and parents hassle a rock musician and his girlfriend in a lame 1950s town. With: David Arquette, Salma Hayek, John Hawkes, Jason Wiles, William Sadler, Mark Lowenthal, Johnny Reno, Karen Landry, Lance LeGault, Helen Shaver. CC, Stereo. NR: Adult Situations, Language, Violence
06:00pm Sun Feb-02
MAX2 ... THE SILENCERS (1995) ** (R) .......... 5:45-7:30pm. Movi/Scif A Secret Service agent joins forces with an intergalactic peace officer to thwart an alien plot to conquer Earth. With: Jack Scalia, Dennis Christopher, Clarence Williams III, Carlos Lauchu, Lucinda Weist, Stephen Rowe, Lance LeGault, Madison Mason. Stereo. R: Language, Violence
That's all for this issue, everyone. Next issue - a George Peppard interview transcript, the review (I promise!) of the second unaired A-Team script, and a report from the A-Team takeover of Vidcon! I'm off to Tampa tomorrow, so until next week, stay on the jazz!

sockii, aka nicole
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