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On The Jazz Newsletter: Volume 4 Issue N°4

Date: December 4, 1997
Author: Nicole Pellegrini
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DATE:  December 4, 1997

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Wow! Where did the weeks ago? You know it's a sign of the holiday season when you can barely catch your breath around here! And so, on with the N/L...
Robert Vaughn on "Law and Order" next week
'Zine submission reminder from Sugar and Spice Publishing
'Zine announcements from Sockii Press
A report from the trenches: A-Team merchandise at "Atlantique City"
UFOs Tonite Checklist
ROBERT VAUGHN ON "LAW AND ORDER" NEXT WEEK: Advanced word is Vaughn fans shouldn't miss his appearance in the NBC series "Law and Order" Wednesday (December 10) on NBC at 10pm EST. According to TV Guide, "A compelling Law & Order is highlighted by Robert Vaughn's outstanding turn as a mover and shaker who locks horns with McCoy over a case involving the man's grandson."
ZINE REMINDER FROM SUGAR AND SPICE PUBLISHING: I'm passing this along for the editors involved--with apologies that I forgot it last issue!

Just a reminder:
Sugar and Spice Publishing is accepting submissions for their proposed Dirk Benedict theme zines:

"Beneath the Surface" will be anything up to R rated material and artwork."Any Way You Want It" will be a racier adult zine. (Which, incidentally, is the one getting all the submissions - no pun intended.)

Contributors of never-before-published stories over 5 pages in length will receive a complimentary copy of the zine their work appears in.

Authors of original stories that are 5 pages or less in length, or tales that have been published elsewhere (on the Internet, for instance) will receive a 50% discount for the zine their work appears in.

DEADLINE for submissions is MARCH 1, 1998
Both fanzines are aiming for a SEPT 1, 1998 publication date.

Please send your stories (in RTF if possible) to Mary Sauers at [email protected] (they will be forwarded to the Spice half - Amanda) or
103 Davenport Street
Chicopee, MA 01013
'ZINE ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SOCKII PRESS: On the homefront here, I'm happy to announce that the on-line version of our latest A-TEAM fanzine "A Team Through Time" is now available for downloading at


Please follow the downloading instructions on the page, and you should have no problems (I hope!) If you're unfamiliar with the on-line versions of our 'zines, they are offered in Adobe Acrobat format--the Acrobat reader program is available for downloading for free on the 'net, and is compatible with most computer platforms.

In coming weeks, I will be uploading an on-line version of one of our past and most popular titles, "The A-Files", as well. So stay tuned!
A report from the trenches: A-Team merchandise at "Atlantique City"

I'm writing this report which should be of interest to collectors of A-Team merchandise, because as I understand it this show will be held on a biannual basis. Therefore there might be some of you out there who would like to know if the show is worth your time--in which case, read on!

"Atlantique City", held (obviously) in Atlantic City at the new, humongous convention center October 18-19th 1997, was billed as "The World's Largest Collectibles Show", and it certainly did its best to live up to that title. With 1,500 individual dealers with displays set up over an area that covered twelve U.S. football fields, not even the strongest of foot (and wallet) could manage to really work herself completely through the massive displays of merchandise. Yours truly ventured forth on Saturday afternoon and spent approximately 8 hours shop, shop, shopping until I dropped over the weekend, browsing through everything from Italian art glass, jukeboxes, furniture to, of course, TOYS. Specifically, my main task was to find any and all A-Team merchandise available and gather a feeling for the current market for such items. While I didn't find many bargains, the good news is it seems certain types of merchandise are not as rare as one might think. In other words, if you're thinking of starting a collection, a lot of merchandise can be readily found--provided you have the money for it. I will try to break down the Team-related merchandise found into different general categories.

I. Mr. T merchandise. The most "visible" or at least visibly recognizable A-Team member, B.A. Baracus, reigned supreme with the most associated memorabilia and toys available. The items I found included the following:

a. Mr. T large (12") loose doll. Selling for $48. The same doll in box was on display for $65--in fact, in a display case set-up by fX, who had people from their Personal fX show around and chatting throughout the weekend. It's a very nice doll, something a T collector would definitely want.
b. Mr. T jewelry set. Several plastic replicas of Mr.T-style jewelry on a display card was ridiculously overpriced at $50. A catalog estimated price is $20. Only a die-hard T fan would spend money on this.
c. Mr. T plastic bank. Shaped like T's head, this bank was selling for $22. Probably a fair price, and would certainly make an amusing gift for someone.
d. Mr. T car. A 6" long car which appeared to be from the Mr. T cartoon series. I was told it is difficult to find, and was selling for $30. Probably a reasonable price; not a bad toy.
e. Mr. T junior dumbbell set. I don't know who they expected would be lugging home a box of dumbbells because of Mr. T's caricature on the outside box, and priced at $45. Two different dealers had this for sale.
f. Mr. T Halloween mask & costume. This looked like a foreign item, but I didn't check it out too closely. Price was over $60. Kiddy-sized.
g. Mr. T jigsaw puzzle. Based on the cartoon series, this was in a small box, 300 pieces, selling for $20.

II. A-Team action figures & accessories. Not as many were to be found as I might expect to see, and prices were on the average-to-high side. I was able to purchase a complete set of the 6" figures, mint on card in excellent condition, for $105. That means $21 apiece for Hannibal, B.A., Murdock, Face, and even the usually hard-to-find Amy, which itself can go for $45 easily from mail-order dealers. The other figures tend to go for $20-30, depending on who you're looking for (BA is usually the highest priced, although someone else was selling Hannibal separately for $28.)

Also to be found was a complete set of the smaller size action figures, the Bad Guy set, MOC for $45. I thought this was a little high priced, and passed.

Someone had the infamous A-Team Command Center for sale - but for over $300! Considering another dealer had it listed in their catalog for $60, this seemed outrageous, even if the item is a bit hard to find. Instead, I spent my $$'s on the A-Team Gyrocopter, which includes a Murdock 6" action figure. I know I probably spent more than necessary for it (I've seen it listed for anywhere from $35-50, and I spent $65), but I've not seen it as being that easily available and decided to spend a little extra for it.

III. Cars. I think I finally saw all the small (1/64th) scale A-Team die-cast metal cars, including the van, the corvette, the jeep, and a truck. The corvette and the van came on a red and black card, the others on a yellow card with different artwork. Since I bought a stack of vans through mail for $2.75 each several months ago, I nearly laughed out loud when a dealer told me it was selling for $15, the same price as the harder-to-find corvette, jeep and trucks. I didn't buy any, even though the 'vette is a very nice little replica, because I saw at least 4 dealers with the 'vette so I don't believe it's that rare ($10 would seem a more fair price.) A larger (1/48th scale) van was selling for $25.

IV. Games, etc. In the odds and ends department, I found...a. An import jigsaw puzzle, similar in size/box to the Mr. T puzzle. I bought it for $10, which seemed fair. It has a standard publicity photo (around 2nd season) of the 4 guys.
b. A-Team lunch box. Not the ugly vinyl one, but a lovely tin one with great illustrations, lots of color - wow! I wanted it badly, but not for $75 - especially when I've seen it for sale more in the $30-50 range. It did have the thermos with Mr. T on it. A very nice collectible if you can find it and afford it.
c. A-Team board game. I saw at least 3-4 copies of it, but didn't check prices as I already own one. Prices I've seen generally run $8-20, depending on if its been opened before or not.
d. Trading cards. My friend and fellow collector whom I attended the show with picked up a complete set of the trading cards, for I believe $12. That is a decent price, and there was only 1 dealer who had this item available.

V. Printed matter. I was hoping there would be more dealers present selling "celebrity"-related merchandise - magazines, photo stills, etc. But there only 1 or 2 with any decent collections (at least for more "current" stars - much more from the 60s and earlier.) I did manage to find 3 somewhat unusual A-Team b/w photos, and good prices ($5 or less) and a bunch of A-Team and other US TV Guides from the early to mid eighties for reasonable (under $10) prices.

My final thoughts on the A-Team collectibles market....If you're a T fan, there's plenty available today still to be found - though perhaps at a steeper price than you might expect or want to pay. I can't say that going to a large dealer's show such as this one is the best place to buy what you're looking for. Toy dealer prices seem more reasonable and competitive via mail order - just pick up a copy of "Toy Shop" newspaper to get a feel for the items you're looking for. I think a lot of dealers were trying to make up for the prices of renting their spaces on the floor with the high prices they were asking.

Final thoughts on the show in general...All in all, it was a fun experience, but very overwhelming and exhausting! Two days of browsing were definitely required to go over things well at all. The facility is spacious though does not offer much in the way of amenities (just some over-priced food vendors and a necessary ATM machine!), but it *is* directly connected to the rail station and a few blocks from the bus station. With AC's casinos in walking distance, it's a fun show to check out, spend more money than you wanted to--and then hit one of the casino hotels for a good cheap dinner and to try to win back your money (or just blow more of it...!)

Anyone who might be interested in checking out the Spring show next year, let me know! I'll no doubt be going back and would enjoy going with some more A-Team fans (even if we end up fighting over the goodies.)

The following checklist was put together by Alana Nichols (thank you!). It's a guide for any of you who have an interest in obtaining audio tapes of those broadcasts of Don Ecker's "UFOs Tonite!" radio program that features Dwight Schultz in-studio or on the phone. As you can see, this list still has many 'unknowns' -- so if you have a tape (or order one!) and can give us a "yes" or "no" answer, please send it in and we can update the list.

Remember, you can order copies of UFOs Tonite programs directly from Don at the UFO Magazine website at http://www.ufomagazine.com/
Date Dwight? Topic/Guests
3-5-94 yes Hollywood & UFOs (Dwight's first appearance)
3-12-94 unknown Jim Dilletoso/Meier Case-Fraud?
3-26-94 unknown State of UFO Research
4-2-94 unknown Dr. Barry Taff/Paranormal & UFOs
4-9-94 unknown Jim Marrs/Kennedy & UFO Coverups
4-16-94 unknown Vicki Cooper/Future Tech/UFO Magazine
4-23-94 unknown Kevin Randle/Roswell - new revelations
4-30-94 unknown M. Cannon/The Controllers/Mind Control
5-7-94 unknown Dr. W. Cone. R. Estes/Byrd Revelations
5-14-94 yes Dwight Schultz/Recent UFO Events
5-21-94 unknown Paul Davids/Cuts from Roswell Movie
5-28-94 unknown George Knapp/New Best Evidence
6-4-94 unknown Bob Richard/British Fortean Times
6-11-94 unknown William Moore/Disinformation
6-18-94 unknown rof. Stan McDaniel/Moon Anomalies
6-25-94 unknown Open Forum
7-2-94 unknown J. Pagel/L. Sorrentino/ Viet Nam
7-9-94 yes Dwight Schultz/Skeptics
7-16-94 yes Jim Sylvan/Moon Update
7-23-94 unknown Don Schmitt/Follow-up Roswell
7-30-94 unknown Ron Regehr, Lee Graham
8-6-94 unknown Robert Wise/"The Day the Earth Stood Still"
8-13-94 unknown Richard Hoagland/Moon Anomalies
8-20-94 unknown M. Speriglio, S. McKenzie/Marilyn Monroe
8-27-94 yes Vicki Cooper/Dark Side of Ufology, pt. 1
9-3-94 unknown Vicki Cooper/Dark Side of Ufology, pt. 2
9-10-94 unknown Vicki Cooper. J. Pagel, L. Sorrentino/MIAs
9-17-94 unknown John Andrews/Lazar, S4, Stealth Technology
9-24-94 unknown Larry Bryant/"Just Cause" Govmt. Secrecy
10-1-94 unknown Richard Hoagland/Cody Conf., Moon, Mars
10-8-94 yes Gene Huff/Bob Lazar
10-15-94 unknown Dr. Bruce Cornet/Moon Anomalies
10-22-94 unknown Bob Kiviat/Media & UFOs
10-29-94 unknown Open Forum
11-12-94 unknown Zecharia Sitchin/UFOS in Ancient Times
11-19-94 unknown Yvonne Smith, CERO/Abductions
11-26-94 unknown J. Pagel, L. Sorrentino/Veterans Day Show12-3-94 unknown Dr. Michael Shermer/Skeptic
12-10-94 unknown Kevin Randle/Roswell - New Developments
12-17-94 unknown Prof. Stan McDaniel/Observer, NASA
1-7-95 unknown Dr. Jesse Marcel Jr./Marcel Sr. & Roswell
1-14-95 unknown Kevin Randle/Roswell Update
1-21-95 yes Phil Klass/Debate on Roswell
1-28-95 unknown Paul Davids/Roswell Movie
2-4-95 unknown Vicki Cooper/Walt Disney & UFOs
2-11-95 unknown Larry Fawcett/"Clear Intent"
2-18-95 unknown Lee Graham/Majestic
2-25-95 possibly Richard Sauder/Underground Bases
3-4-95 unknown Paul Stonehill/UFOs in Russia
3-11-95 no Chuck DeCaro/Bentwaters & CNN
3-18-95 no Michael Corbin/Paranet
3-25-95 unknown Robert Teets/Mothman Revisited
4-1-95 yes Gene Huff/More on Bob Lazar
4-8-95 yes Kevin Randle/The Don Schmitt Fraud
4-15-95 unknown Bob Kiviat/Encounters Revisited
4-22-95 unknown Stanton Friedman/Roswell & Lazar
5-6-95 unknown Bill Tanner/Quantum Physics
5-13-95 unknown Richard Hall/Major Keyhoe & UFOs
5-20-95 unknown Larry Fawcett
5-27-95 unknown Lee Graham/MJ-12, DSP, "Blue Room"
6-3-95 unknown Stan Gordon/Kecksburg
6-10-95 yes Open Forum
6-17-95 unknown Bob Kiviat/Roswell Autopsy Film
6-24-95 unknown Roger Donaldson/Producer of "Species"
7-1-95 yes Dr. Jack Kasher/STS & UFOs
7-8-95 no Vicki Cooper/Santilli film, Russian UFOs
7-15-95 yes Donna Tietze/NASA Coverups
7-22-95 yes Kent Jeffries/More on Roswell
7-29-95 yes Bill Tanner, Dwight Schultz/Nicola Tesla
8-5-95 no Richard Hall/Roswell, NICAP, PSICOP
8-12-95 no Rep. S. Schiff, R. Estes/Roswell Again
8-19-95 yes Open Forum - Roswell Autopsy Film
8-26-95 yes Open Forum - Roswell Autopsy Film II
9-2-95 yes Bob Shell/Santini & Autopsy film
9-9-95 yes Open Forum - Roswell Autopsy Film III
9-16-95 yes(phone) Anne Madden Jones/"Yahweh Encounters"
9-23-95 yes Cyril Wecht/Views on Autopsy film
9-30-95 yes Joe Burkes, M.D./Questioning CSETI
10-7-95 yes Larry Fawcett/UFOS & "Clear Intent"
10-14-95 yes(phone) Bill Tanner/Quantum Mechannics, Etc...
10-21-95 yes Russ Estes/Harley Byrd File
10-18-95 no Bill Bridges & Dave Torelli/Black ops.
11-4-95 yes Open Forum
11-11-95 yes(phone) Peter Davenport/UFO Hotline
11-18-95 yes Jim Marrs/Remote Viewing/PSI, UFOs
11-25-95 no Vito Saccheri/Tale of NASA Lunar Secrecy
12-2-95 yes Open Forum
12-16-95 unknown Bill Bridges & Dave Torelli/UFO Intell
12-23-95 no John Ronner/Angels
12-30-95 no Vicki Cooper/1995: Year in Review
1-6-96 yes Zecharia Sitchin - Divine Encounters
1-13-96 yes Kenn Thomas - Popular Alienation
1-20-96 yes Peter Brocksmith - English Perspective
1-27-96 yes(phone) Martin Caidin - Ghosts of the Air
2-3-96 no Larry Fawcett - UFOs, A Just Cause
2-10-96 yes Bill Bridges - Area 51
2-17-96 yes Budd Hopkins - NOVA & Abductions
2-24-96 yes(phone) Budd Hopkins & John - NOVA Ducks Response
3-2-96 yes Richard Hall - Media & NICAP & UFOs
3-9-96 yes Dwight Schultz - Current Media
3-16-96 unknown Kal Korff - The Billy Meier Case Exposed
3-23-96 yes Don Berliner Fund for UFO Research
3-30-96 yes Open forum
4-6-96 yes Dwight Schultz - Updates
4-13-96 unknown Scott Catamas - Producer of Paranormal Border
4-20-96 unknown Yvonne Smith & Dr. Mary Palamar, Abductions
4-27-96 unknown Dr. Eugene Lipson, Org. Paranormal Study
5-4-96 unknown Sam Sherman/The Edwards Air Force Base
5-11-96 yes DE & DS on Carl Sagan's Demo
5-18-96 unknown Larry Warren - The Bentwaters Case
5-25-96 unknown Dr. Barry Taff - Eclectic UFOs & High Tech
6-1-96 unknown Bill Bridges & Dave Torelli/Secret Govt.
6-8-96 unknown Derrel Sims & Dr. R. Lehr, Implant Research
6-15-96 unknown Bill Bridges & Dave Torelli/Remote Viewing
6-22-96 unknown Dr. Stan McDaniel - New Mars Mission Update
6-29-96 unknown Clifford Stone - Roswell Metal Status
7-6-96 unknown Larry Fawcett - UFOs & the Real Military OP

For those who doubt that "The A-Team" can be taken seriously, check out "Demystifying the A-Team", a web page that includes one student's term paper on the Team at


It's an easy yet thoughtful read that relates different A-Team characters to other well-known media characters--and cartoons.
VCR WATCH -- A-Team listings up through Christmas, and more--remember, all times are Eastern Standard

Brotherly Love
Weeknights - 6:30 PM - DISN PROGRAM: Comedy (30 Minutes)

Damnation Alley
Monday, December 8, 1997 - 9:00 PM - SCIFI
Tuesday, December 9, 1997 - 1:00 AM - SCIFI
MOVIE: Science Fiction (120 Minutes)
(1977) Two Air Force officers lead a desert road trip to Albany, N.Y., the only city left after World War III. Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard, Dominique Sanda, Paul Winfield, Jackie Earle Haley, Kip Niven. Directed by Jack Smight.

12/9/97, 9:30 (A&E - GEN)
12/9/97, 15:30 (A&E - GEN)
Banacek (Project Phoenix) - Banacek is called in after a Boston-bound railroad car carrying an automobile prototype takes another route and disappears.

12/16/97, 9:30 (A&E - GEN)
12/16/97, 15:30 (A&E - GEN)
Banacek (No Sign of the Cross) - Banacek is headed for a complicated investigation after the priceless Cross of Bayonne falls into the hands of thieves.

12/23/97, 9:30 (A&E - GEN)
12/23/97, 15:30 (A&E - GEN)
Banacek (A Million the Hard Way) - Banacek heads to Las Vegas to investigate the theft of $1 million from a casino.

12/30/97, 9:30 (A&E - GEN)
12/30/97, 15:30 (A&E - GEN)
Banacek (To Steal a King) - A coin collection is stolen prior to an auction, and its owner stands to lose millions. Guest stars: Pernell Roberts, Brenda Vaccaro.

Fat Man and Little Boy
Thursday, December 4, 1997 - 11:30 AM - USA
Friday, December 5, 1997 - 2:00 AM - USA
MOVIE: Historical Drama (150 Minutes)
(1989) Gen. Leslie R. Groves and physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer head the Manhattan Project, the first atomic bomb. {CC,Stereo}. Paul Newman, Dwight Schultz, Bonnie Bedelia, John Cusack, Laura Dern, Natasha Richardson. Directed by Roland Joffe.

Star Trek: First Contact
Saturday, December 6, 1997 - 9:00 PM - HBO
Sunday, December 7, 1997 - 5:05 AM - HBO
Tuesday, December 9, 1997 - 11:30 AM - HBO
Tuesday, December 9, 1997 - 8:00 PM - HBO
MOVIE: Science Fiction (120 Minutes)
(1996) (Premiere) Picard, Riker and the others set off to stop the half-robot Borg from sabotaging a historic rocket flight in 2063. {CC,Stereo}. Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden Dwight has a cameo as Barclay). Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Rated "PG-13". Violence.

Tracks of Glory
Wednesday, December 3, 1997 - 4:00 PM - VISN
MOVIE: Biography (120 Minutes)
(1989) Indiana-born Major Taylor breaks racial barriers as a world-champion bicycle racer in circa-1900 Australia. Phil Morris, Cameron Daddo, Richard Roxburgh, Renee Jones, Robert Vaughn, Scott Burgess. Directed by Marcus Cole.
Friday, December 5, 1997 - 3:00 AM - WGNN
PROGRAM: Drama (120 Minutes)
"Last Salute to the Commodore". Lt. Columbo's prime suspect (Robert Vaughn) in the case of a drowned yacht magnate (John Dehner) also turns up dead. Guests: Diane Baker, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Dennis Dugan. Directed by Patrick McGoohan.

Law & Order
Wednesday, December 10, 1997 - 10:00 PM
PROGRAM: Crime Drama (60 Minutes)
"Burned". A killer's confession prompts detectives to reopen a deadly arson case involving a family with ties to Schiff; guest Robert Vaughn; Anne Jackson. {CC,Stereo}.

The Women's Club
Friday, December 5, 1997 - 9:00 PM - WGTW
MOVIE: Comedy-Drama (120 Minutes)
(1987) A businesswoman promotes a struggling Hollywood screenwriter as a lover for hire. Michael Pare, Maud Adams, Eddie Velez. Directed by Sandra Weintraub.
12/6/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Children of Jamestown) - Hannibal and the A-Team set out to rescue a girl from a violent religious cult.

12/8/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Pros and Cons) - The A-Team helps B.A.'s friend break out of jail. Guest star: Ken Norton.

12/9/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Small and Deadly War) - A police officer hires the A-Team when he discovers that his colleagues have become hired killers.

12/10/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Black Day at Bad Rock) - The A-Team helps a small-town sheriff fend off a vengeful motorcycle gang.

12/11/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Rabbit Who Ate Las Vegas) - Hannibal is wanted by the mob after he outwits an organized-crime chief.

12/12/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Holiday in the Hills) - The A-Team comes to the rescue just as crazed mountain men prepare to burn a man at the stake.
12/13/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Out of Towners) - The A-Team helps New York City shopkeepers who are being harassed by racketeers.

12/15/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (West Coast Turnarounds) - The A-Team rescues a farmer from bankruptcy.

12/16/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (One More Time) - Guerrilla terrorists capture an Army general and his daughter.

12/17/97, 17:00 (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.
12/18/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Beast From the Belly of a Boeing) - The A-Team sneaks aboard a jet to nab hijackers.

12/19/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (A Nice Place to Visit) - While attending a friend's funeral, the A-Team encounters a crazed mountain clan.

12/20/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Diamonds `N' Dust) - A mysterious woman hires the A-Team to keep shady business associates from claiming her father's diamond mine.

12/22/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (When You Comin' Back, Range Ryder?) - The team helps smash a mustang-rustling operation on an Arizona Indian reservation.
12/23/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (When You Comin' Back, Range Ryder?) - The A-Team continues to harass the rustlers while evading capture by Col. Decker and his minions.

12/24/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Recipe for Heavy Bread) - The A-Team tries to save the life of a man who helped them escape from a Vietnam prisoner-of-war camp.

12/25/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Uncle Buckle-Up) - The star (Arte Johnson) of a children's TV program is threatened when he plans to denounce a toy company's product.
12/26/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (The Only Church in Town) - The team protects a South American orphanage from a group of wild fugitives.
12/27/97, 17:00 (FX - GEN)
A-Team (Bad Time on the Border) - A lost Mexican girl leads B.A. to a smuggling ring responsible for illegally transporting aliens across the border.
That's all for this issue--thanx for reading! We should have one more issue before the end of the Year and Holiday vacation. Until then, stay on the jazz...

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