Posted on 2/28/99, and is courtesy of Mr.T Resource Archive.
Did you know? Most Mr. T fans know that our hero had his own action figure during his portrayal
of B.A. Baracus on the A-team, (there was even a foot tall one that talked!) but the full
range of Mr. T merchandise doesn't stop there. Mr. T had his own breakfast cereal. He put out a
children's album called "Mr. T's Commandments", plus he had his own brand of gold chain bubble
gum, Shrinky Dinks and even Mr. T air fresheners!
Posted on 9/28/98, courtesy of the Resource Archive
Did you know? Mr. T had his own 1-900 number? It's true! You can find it printed on the
back of 'Mr. T & the T-Force' comics! The ad invites you to call and hear his motivational
message, and even leave him a message of your own in return! I have no idea if this number
is still operational (probably not, since the last issue I've seen was May 1994) but if
someone wants to give it a try, the number is: 1(900) T-TIME-94 (only 3.95 per call - kids
under 18 must have parent's permission).
Posted on 5/7/98, by me
Did you know? Mr.T once tried out for the Packers. It's true, but a knee injury kept him
from a career in green & gold and lead him to a career in acting.