11/28/2012


What if Star Wars had an opening like the A-Team? User kalleanka71 created this video mash-up of Star Wars set to the opening of the 80s action show A-Team.

Above Image: Harrison Ford as Hannibal Smith in Star Wars\ A-Team mash-up

I love it when the force comes together.


Cast
Han Solo as John "Hannibal" Smith (Harrison Ford)
Luke Skywalker as Templeton "Faceman" Peck (Mark Hammill)
C-3PO as H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock (Anthony Daniels)
Chewbacca as B.A. Baracas (Peter Mayhew)

Watch the original opening A-Team here

Would you watch the A-Team if it had the cast of Star Wars?
[Image Source: kalleanka71]
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9 comments:

jeremy [retro] said...

oh my... i called them, no one came... but in their defense it was for my birthday party... the ghostbuster should instead... i made a fake trailer for Iron Man III, it's not as good... but it works. I will share it soon. maybe you can share it too...

jeremy [retro] said...

it should be "showed"... man i cannot even be funny... :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Funny! And it fit so well.
Maybe they could do one for Battlestar since Dirk Benedict was in both?

Pat Dilloway said...

I'm not sure the C-3P0 as Murdoch really fits. It would have been funny to have Princess Leia in a mohawk with all the gold jewelry.

spacerguy said...

Chewbacca playing B.A. is a total laugh but who else is there? Awesome video Maurice. The original A Team rocked.

Maurice Mitchell said...

That sounds great! Can't wait to see it Jeremy.

Maurice Mitchell said...

Amazing how he edited that video. Maybe he tries requests?

Maurice Mitchell said...

That would have been funny Pat. I actually thought she'd be that one woman they had on the show in the later seasons.

Maurice Mitchell said...

A-Team was great Spacerguy and Chewbacca made a great B.A.

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