Star Wars/A-Team intro mashup

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18 Responses to “Star Wars/A-Team intro mashup”

  1. pretentious platypus says:

    Click through to Youtube and watch his Star Wars/Airwolf ones, they’re even better.

  2. Rob Beschizza says:

    My god! You aren’t joking, either!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfNG_saVEnk

  3. Ratdog says:

    I ain’t getting on no star destroyer Hannibal.

  4. Ted8305 says:

    YES! My day has been brightened immensely.

  5. t3knomanser says:

    This is a much better A-Team mashup- Star Trek.

    //The Star Wars one just didn’t feel like the A-Team intro. This does.

  6. DoppelFrog says:

    They’re not too bad, but this is hilarious: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luVjkTEIoJc

    Star Trek meets Monty Python….

  7. Ratbus says:

    I personally like the Magnum PI one the best. Here’s a side by side http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEigvdbzia8

  8. jeligula says:

    Heh heh. The Star Trek mash was perfect. Scotty as BA Baracus. Of course, even as a child, I wasn’t dumb enough to think BA stood for Bad Attitude.

  9. Avram / Moderator says:

    I wish I could somehow send this back through time to myself in highschool. I had a friend whose two favorite things were Star Wars and The A-Team.

  10. RainyRat says:

    Pure unadulterated ’80s awesomeness. Stuff like this is what the Internet is *really* for.

  11. Deidzoeb says:

    An A-Team/Battlestar Galactica mashup could have Dirk Benedict interacting with both crews as Faceman and Starbuck.

  12. adamnvillani says:

    This brought a big smile to my face, but the only problem is that it it credits “Harrison Ford as Han Solo.” He would only be credited as “Harrison Ford.” The “so and so actor as such and such character” gets tacked on to the end and is reserved for wacky neighbors, B.A. Baracus, Chewbacca, etc. You know, the “special” characters.

    • zquack says:

      Except for the fact that George Peppard is credited as John “Hannibal” Smith in the original A-Team intro. So crediting Harrison Ford as Han Solo is in keeping.

  13. Anonymous says:

    With A-Team memories fresh in the mind, it occurs to me that this seemingly innocuous 80s show may have planted seeds in the minds of thousands of servicemen that it might be cool one day to retire from the rank and file and pursue a career in mercenary work.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Marvelous. They’re all first rate! Waiting for the Magnum PI/Star Wars mashup…

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