John "Hannibal" Smith

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John "Hannibal" Smith

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Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith is a fictional character in the 1980s action/adventure television series The A-Team played by George Peppard. The producers originally had James Coburn in mind to play the part of Hannibal, but it eventually ended up going to Peppard.Bring Back... The A-Team (2006) The character—which was based loosely on former United States Army Special Forces officer Bo GritzDavid Neiwert, ,, 1998-09-28.—appeared on The A-Team from its beginning in 1983 until its end in 1987. The character was played by Liam Neeson in the 2010 film adaptation.

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The A-Team is a group of ex-United States Army Special Forces who, near the end of the Vietnam War, were convicted of a crime they did not commit and managed to escape from the military police. As fugitives, the A-Team work as soldiers of fortune, using their military training to fight oppression or injustice. Hannibal, along with B. A. Baracus, Templeton "Faceman" Peck, and H. M. Murdock make up the A-Team.

In the pilot episode (" Part 1"), Hannibal is described as follows by a reporter colleague of Amy Allen: "The leader is a Colonel named John Smith. But everybody calls him Hannibal. The guy has a very unorthodox style." Smith takes his name from the famous military commander, and strategist, as alluded to by B.A. Baracus in the same episode. He is distinguished by his unflappable demeanor, even...
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