Back in the days of a handful of television channels, rabbit-ear antennae and static-white noise riddled broadcast signals, the choices for a child as far as
entertainment on television was fairly limited. For the most part, for someone below the age of ten, you had your Saturday morning cartoons and that was about it. But there was an occasional little
show that would creep up in primetime that was, more or less, a live-action cartoon. There really is no better example of this than The A-Team, and it had the toyline to prove it.
It was campy and crazy the …