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After escaping from a maximum security stockade, the members of The A-Team went to the Los Angeles underground. Though the characters were still wanted by the government for five seasons, George Peppard, Mr. T, Dwight Schultz and Dirk Benedict still managed to get some down time on the set.

A show surrounding explosions, chase scenes and a lot of running makes for some quality behind-the-scenes images from the actors. From collaboration to funny moments to Mr. T simply being intimidating, let's take an inside look at 12 images of The A-Team cast while the cameras weren't rolling. 

George Peppard, also known as John Hannibal Smith, communicating with the crew. Perhaps he's suggesting a camera angle. 

No wonder why The A-Team picked this guy to be their intimidating force. Would you stand in the way of Mr. T, or B.A. Baracus? We wouldn't. 

Hannibal Smith (George Peppard) and Faceman Peck (Dirk Benedict) discuss the gameplan on top of a tank. Perhaps they were debating on who should drive this time?

Face and Howling Mad Murdock (Dwight Schultz) help B.A. with his fear of flying. They should know he "ain't getting on no plane!"

There's a good chance Mr. T is looking at the next door he'll knock down. 

Two legends. One picture. Mr. T and Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown. Taken during the filming of the season five episode "Quarterback Sneak," which aired for the first time Oct. 17, 1986.

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When Mr. T talks, people listen. 

Suit up, gentlemen. 

It is very possible that Dwight Schultz never broke character while on the set of The A-Team

The leader of The A-Team gearing up for yet another intense battle. 

Never a bad time to take The A-Team van out for a spin. 

Mr. T as B.A. Baracus doing his best Hulk Hogan impersonation. Could you image getting into the ring with this guy? We wish anyone who does good luck. 

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