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Dwight Schultz 24x36 Placard as Murdock from The A Team

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George Peppard, Dirk Benedict, Dwight Schultz and Mr. T in The A-Link up 24x36 Poster

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When choosing one of our amazing poster images you are acquiring a piece of art history from the world of entertainment.Our exclusive posters have been high resolution scanned from original source material such as studio negatives, 35mm slides and large format transparencies to achieve the ultimate quality in the most stunning, crisp and vibrant style possible.This custom made poster will look stunning on your wall and is printed on premium quality 240 gsm archival satin photo paper.




Dwight Schultz

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'Abyssal' Settles on Shallow Knock-Off Status 12/07/17, via The Heights

He describes his stingingly, affectionately monikered “The Abyss,” a small utopian undersea society of fish and other sea creatures, benevolently presided over by The Kraken (Dwight Schultz), who also happens to be Dark's grandfather. The Abyss's inhabitants

Bring Back The A-Team - Dwight Schultz interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST1thijo3YY

Dwight Schultz (H. M. Murdock) is being interviewd about the 80's hit series The A-Team.

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Towson University Alumni

Published by Books LLC, Wiki Series 2010

ISBN 1157388841,9781157388845
172 pages

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 58. Chapters: Dwight Schultz, Jack L. Chalker, John Christ, Karen Hesse, David Bossie, Stacy Keibler, Brad Mays, Sheila Dixon, Mike Rowe, Borden Dent, Robert Richard Hieronimus, Joy Lusco, Ann Marie Doory, Andy Karl, Steve Yeager, Roger A. Pielke, Charles S. Dutton, Shonda Schilling, Willy Conley, Howard Rollins, Robert King Wittman, Robert Ward, John Glover, B. Daniel Riley, Karen S. Montgomery, Tamir Goodman, Mike Larkin, Stephen W. Lafferty, Jolene Ivey, Michael W. Burns, Machel Millwood, Sean Landeta, David R. Craig, Susan W. Krebs, Amy Schumer, Charla Baklayan Faddoul, Dan Keplinger, John L. Bohanan, Jr., Warren E. Miller, Pat Healey, Victoria...


Why Hasn't the Republican Party Collapsed? - POLITICO Magazine

To be a political scientist in the Trump era is to constantly ponder one big question: whether the Republican Party is in a state of collapse. Could the growing split over Donald Trump bring about the end of one of our major political parties. The truth is that American politics doesn’t offer many points of comparison. The first two parties to vanish, the Federalists and the Jeffersonian Democrats, were proto-parties that lacked much of the organization that really makes parties succeed. A later party, the Whigs, which collapsed in the 1850s, was similarly loosely organized, and its members had decidedly mixed feelings about how things like patronage and campaigns should work. Since the Republicans formed in 1856, the two major parties have bent but not broken. But, as incredulous commentators consider the possibility that 2016 could be the end of the GOP, they are missing the issue about which they should be most incredulous: Our two political parties are still, in some sense, vestiges of the parties... Here’s the right one: Are the parties too resilient for their own good. Democracy needs political parties to function. But our two major parties have become constrained by holding onto more than 100 years of ideas, constituencies and practices that can come into conflict with what those parties need right now to be competitive. Perhaps the starkest example of this is in the area of race relations: The parties have historically been structured to accommodate racism and racial conflict. If a new party were founded today, we might expect that it would have goals like addressing racial inequality or income inequality in a modern economy, or developing a workable immigration system. Both parties have some ideas about these things, but they’re often shoehorned into policy and ideological agendas inherited from years ago. Nominating conventions have obviously changed over the years, but they’re based on a system developed in the 1830s. The main purpose of this system was to coordinate partisans across different states, and we still see each state delegation sitting... Geography and state representation still play a role in the American political system. But when the first conventions were held, New York had a population of about 200,000. A system developed today might do even more to represent Americans by age, gender or ethnic background (the parties have adopted reforms to ensure delegate... Though there’s some benefit to the stability of a longstanding system, the long, rigid reign of two parties also limits the flexibility of American politics, reducing complex national decisions to simple binary contests and yoking together... This problem also creates problems for the parties themselves, in ways big and small. On the small side, as the Democratic coalition has become more diverse and reliant on voters who are people of color, Democratic state parties have run into some criticism for celebrating Jefferson-Jackson Day—usually an annual fundraising gala... For the Democratic Party, there’s a point at which celebrating the heroes of its troubled past jeopardizes its political necessities for the future. For Republicans, the problem is more immediate and profound: The party’s history of ideological unity and organizational continuity will tie future Republicans to the Trump candidacy, regardless of efforts to distance themselves from his positions. The story of parties’ remarkable resiliency gives a sense of how they’ve survived so long, but also how their survival might prevent American politics from representing all citizens and facing modern challenges. Both of the major parties were originally created to solve problems.

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Funko POP! Goggle-box: The A-Team Vinyl Figure - Howling Mad Murdock

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From the model A-Team TV series comes H.M. Howling Mad Murdock as a Pop! Vinyl Figure! Standing at a stylized 3.75-inch tall Pop! Vinyl Dig, this detailed figure features the likeness of actor Dwight Schultz. The A-Team's designated pilot of the mercenary outfit comes packaged in a window box. The Funko POP! Tube: The A-Team Vinyl Figure - Howling Mad Murdock Features: 3.75 inches tall Window display box Funko is a pop cultivation licensed-focused toy company located in Everett, WA. Funko currently holds more than 150 licenses including, but not limited to; Lucas Films, Wonder, Hasbro, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, DC Comics, NBA, Sanrio, and Disney. Funko's Pop! Vinyl is the number one stylized vinyl collectible in the unbelievable with over 10 million units sold in the last three years.

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  1. Dwight Schultz - Verified Site The Ritualistic Dwight Schultz Fansite, for all of Dwight Schultz work on the A-team, Star Trek and his movies, animation series, voice over work as well as his podcasts.
  2. Dwight Schultz - Wikipedia William Dwight Schultz (Baltimore, 24 november 1947) is een Amerikaanse televisie-, toneel- en filmacteur, die in de jaren tachtig bekend werd bij het grote publiek ...
  3. Dwight Schultz - Wikipedia Dwight Schultz, nome completo William Dwight Schultz (Baltimora, 24 novembre 1947), è un attore e doppiatore statunitense
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1. Whoopi Goldberg got him his job on ST:TNG. He didn't have to audition. BUT he was hoping for hero. the script said "nerd." 2. They shot the tag first. The director looked at the footage and decided it was "too gay." Gene Roddenbury said it was just fine. 3. An audience member writing a book on disabilities in Star Trek said "You're in several chapters of my book." Seems a lot of folks on the spectrum identify with Barclay. 4. on his character Barclay: "I think it is wonderful that they put this ordinary person with difficulties with all these brilliant people, and he held is own in the end." 5. IMDB has missed the first thing he did. "It's in black and white and it's a secret." 6. Wrt Murdock "I gave Frank Lupa and Steve Cannell a list of my impressions. Frank Sinatra was not on that list!" 7. Wants to play Edward Teller. Didn't expect that.
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  • RealGabbyHayes @Raul956 I wouldn't worry about it. SOMEONE was fawning over Dirk Benedict, & Dwight Schultz.
  • Raul956 @RealGabbyHayes No, he wasn't there. I fawned over Erik Estrada & Larry Wilcox, but ignored Michael Dorn, Dirk Benedict, & Dwight Schultz.
  • GetGetniceoffer 1985 Press Photo Mr T Dwight Schultz The A Team - cvp54332 https://t.co/GZ4yYmS8Io https://t.co/X31K2zBZhf

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