MASH

Seasons

MASH

Season 1 (1973)

The entire first season of the satirical US television series (and spin-off from Robert Altman's 1970 film), which depicts the crazy antics and the sexual adventures of Captain 'Hawkeye' Pierce (Alan Alda), Captain 'Trapper' John McIntyre (Wayne Rogers), Major 'Hotlips' Houlihan (Loretta Swit), Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and Corporal 'Radar' O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff). They all work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War and the black humour of the medical team is contrasted with the terrible waste of life that they are exposed to. Episodes included are: 'The Pilot', 'To Market, To Market', 'Requiem For a Lightweight', 'Chief Surgeon Who?', 'The Moose', 'Yankee Doodle Doctor', 'Bananas, Crackers and Nuts', 'Cowboy', 'Henry, Please Come Home', 'I Hate a Mystery', 'Germ Warfare', 'Dear Dad', 'Edwina', 'Love Story', 'Tuttle', 'The Ringbanger', 'Sometimes You Hear the Bullet', 'Dear Dad, Again', 'The Long-John Flap', 'The Army-Navy Game', 'Sticky Wicket', 'Major Fred C. Dobbs', 'Ceasefire' and 'Showtime'.

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Season 2 (1983)

The complete series 1-11 of MASH. In the Korean War, they were a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) unit stationed three miles from the front where bloody fighting meant that incoming helicopters full of wounded brought the horrors of war to them daily. The Army surgeons and nurses were highly skilled and deeply dedicated, but the 4077th adopted a hilarious, lunatic lifestyle as an antidote to the tragedies of their Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and in the process infuriated Army bureaucrats. The Swamp occupants Hawkeye (Alan Alda) and Trapper (Wayne Rogers) constantly frustrated Hot Lips (Loretta Swit) and Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) whilst Lt. Col. Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) tried to keep the peace along with his aide Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff), and Father Mulcahy (William Christopher) tried to keep the faith as Cpl. Maxwell 'Max' Q. Klinger (Jamie Farr) tried to get out of the Army. Includes over 260 episodes.

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Season 3 (1975)

The entire third season of the satirical US television series (and spin-off from Robert Altman's 1970 film), which depicts the crazy antics and the sexual adventures of Captain 'Hawkeye' Pierce (Alan Alda), Captain 'Trapper' John McIntyre (Wayne Rogers), Major 'Hotlips' Houlihan (Loretta Swit), Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and Corporal 'Radar' O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff). They all work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War and the black humour of the medical team is contrasted with the terrible waste of life that they are exposed to. Episodes included are: 'The General Flipped at Dawn', 'Rainbow Bridge', 'Officer of the Day', 'Iron Guts Kelly', 'O.R.', 'Springtime', 'Check-Up', 'Life With Father', 'Alcoholics Unanimous', 'There is Nothing Like a Nurse', 'Adam's Ribs', 'A Fully Rich Day', 'Mad Dogs and Servicemen', 'Private Charles Lamb', 'Bombed', 'Bulletin Board', 'The Consultant', 'House Arrest', 'Aid Station', 'Love and Marriage', 'Big Mac', 'Payday', 'White Gold', 'Abyssinia, Henry'.

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Season 4 (1983)

The complete series 1-11 of MASH. In the Korean War, they were a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) unit stationed three miles from the front where bloody fighting meant that incoming helicopters full of wounded brought the horrors of war to them daily. The Army surgeons and nurses were highly skilled and deeply dedicated, but the 4077th adopted a hilarious, lunatic lifestyle as an antidote to the tragedies of their Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and in the process infuriated Army bureaucrats. The Swamp occupants Hawkeye (Alan Alda) and Trapper (Wayne Rogers) constantly frustrated Hot Lips (Loretta Swit) and Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) whilst Lt. Col. Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) tried to keep the peace along with his aide Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff), and Father Mulcahy (William Christopher) tried to keep the faith as Cpl. Maxwell 'Max' Q. Klinger (Jamie Farr) tried to get out of the Army. Includes over 260 episodes.

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Season 5 (1983)

Season five aired between September 1976 and March 1977. The highlight of the season was the marriage of Houlihan (Loretta Swit) to Penobscot (Beeson Carroll) in the final episode. Other highlights include Hawkeye being blinded after a heater he was fixing in the middle of winter explodes and Father Mulcahy's quarantine.

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Season 6 (1978)

Season six of the comedy series aired between September 1977 and March 1978. Cast changes included the departure of Larry Linville as Frank Burns - he left after finishing season five - and the arrival of Winchester (David Ogden Stiers). Radar is wounded while travelling to Seoul on Hawkeye's advice, Hawkeye develops romantic feelings for a woman with an ailing elderly mother, and a visiting Colonel (Charles Aidman) unemotionally calculates how many soldiers will die in an upcoming battle.

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Season 7 (1983)

The complete series 1-11 of MASH. In the Korean War, they were a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) unit stationed three miles from the front where bloody fighting meant that incoming helicopters full of wounded brought the horrors of war to them daily. The Army surgeons and nurses were highly skilled and deeply dedicated, but the 4077th adopted a hilarious, lunatic lifestyle as an antidote to the tragedies of their Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and in the process infuriated Army bureaucrats. The Swamp occupants Hawkeye (Alan Alda) and Trapper (Wayne Rogers) constantly frustrated Hot Lips (Loretta Swit) and Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) whilst Lt. Col. Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) tried to keep the peace along with his aide Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff), and Father Mulcahy (William Christopher) tried to keep the faith as Cpl. Maxwell 'Max' Q. Klinger (Jamie Farr) tried to get out of the Army. Includes over 260 episodes.

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Season 8 (1983)

The sitcom returned to US television in September 1979 for another 25 episodes. Gary Burghoff filmed his last episodes as Radar, Klinger (Jamie Farr) stopped wearing women's clothes, and Father Mulcahy (William Christopher) was promoted to Captain. Congressional aide (Lawrence Pressman) accuses Houlihan of being a Communist sympathiser, Hawkeye saves the life of a woman who turns out be a North Korean saboteur, and Colonel Potter (Harry Morgan) leaves for Tokyo under mysterious circumstances.

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Season 9 (1983)

The sitcom returned to US television in 1980 for a ninth season, shown between September 1980 and March 1981. Klinger discovers his ex-wife is marrying his best friend, Hawkeye bets BJ Hunnicutt that he can go 24 hours without cracking a joke, and Winchester becomes unusually introspective after a brush with death.

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Season 10 (1983)

MASH returned for a tenth season in 1981. Twenty-two episodes aired in the US between October 1981 and April 1982. Hawkeye writes a letter of complaint to President Truman about the bureaucracy he faced when ordering new supplies, a famous boxer (Pat McNamara) arrives on a publicity tour, and anxious to beat the Marines at something, Colonel Potter arranges a bowling match.

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Season 11 (1983)

The final run of 16 episodes began broadcasting in the US in October 1981. The season marked the end of the Korean War and included the staff trading ghost stories on Halloween during surgery, Winchester and Hawkeye planting a rumour that Marilyn Monroe was visiting the camp, and a wounded American soldier (Craig Wasson) learning some harsh lessons when he develops a friendship with the North Korean he wounded. The final episode was broadcast in the US on February 28, 1983.

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Cast

Mariette HartleyBrian DennehyArt LafleurMakoJohn RitterEd Begley JrJoel BrooksNoriyuki 'Pat' MoritaHarry MorganGeorge InnesHamilton CampArlen Dean SnyderJohn RandolphBarry CorbinMichael McGuireAndrew DugganLoretta SwitJames WainwrightWilliam BogertWalter BrookeJamie FarrRobert AldaLeslie NielsenJack BlessingGail EdwardsStefan GieraschBritt LeachLarry LinvilleMichael BondMichael CurrieDanny DaytonPat HinglePeter HobbsEdward WinterJay GerberClaudette NevinsStuart MargolinChip JohnsonFord RaineyCharles HallahanMichael HortonWayne RogersCharles FrankDavid Ogden StiersPeter RiegertEdward HerrmannJeffrey TamborPatrick SwayzePhilip SterlingLawrence PressmanJohn McLiamJeff EastJoe PantolianoBeeson CarrollJohn AndersonXander BerkeleyMatthew FaisonMike FarrellWilliam LuckingJim BoekeRichard NaritaMarilyn JonesGregory HarrisonRichard HerdTeri GarrGuy BoydDennis HolahanAllan ArbusMichael LernerNicholas PryorHoward PlattVal BisoglioRobert Alan BrowneTony BeckerWilliam ChristopherDick O'NeillPat McNamaraHilly HicksJudy FarrellBart BravermanTim O'ConnorRobert HoganKaren LandryBlythe DannerJames CanningShelley LongDennis HowardMichael EnsignRichard DoyleCharles AidmanEd FlandersGail StricklandAlan AldaDennis DuganSandy HelbergHenry BrownMary Jo CatlettDavid PackerLinda KelseyPeter JurasikClyde KusatsuKellye NakaharaJames KarenAndy RomanoMichael BellJames SaitoJoshua BryantRita WilsonAlan ToyPhil BrockLarry CedarBernard FoxJohn OrchardEarl BoenJohn FujiokaRandal PatrickRon HowardGwen VerdonFred StuthmanYuki ShimodaRichard LinebackSandy KenyonLee de BrouxByron ChungOliver ClarkBarbara TarbuckJeffrey KramerAnn SweeneyEdward BinnsTom SullivanCarol LocatellKelly WardJames GalleryLeonard StoneLeo LewisKario SalemMelinda MullinsMonty BaneRobert SymondsHaunani MinnGary BurghoffSal ViscusoKavi RazJames KeaneSusan Saint JamesAndrew ParksGW BaileyJohn P RyanLarry WardAnn SweenyRichard PaulRobert ClotworthyArthur TaxierAntony AldaStu CharnoLynette MetteyClete RobertsRodney SaulsberryPatricia StevensLynne Marie StewartSoon-Tek OhWilliam SchillingJohn O'ConnellAmanda McBroomMcLean StevensonWilliam Green BushRichard Lee SungDudley KnightJay FenichelBrian ByersJeff MaxwellBarbara JamesMomo YashimaJohnny HaymerEnid KentRoy GoldmanPhyllis KatzBrad GormanMarc BaxleyStephen KeepEileen SakiMichael O'DwyerGreg MabreyAlexandra StoddartAlexander PetaleRobin HaynesOdessa ClevelandSam WeismanShari SabaLaurie BatesJo Ann ThompsonJan JordenGwen FarrellDennis TroyBill SniderJim KnaubMae HiAnthony CharnotaKwang Ho BaekAbigail NelsonJim Reid BoyceDeborah HarmanHennen ChambersGerald CastilloRoger HamptonPatrick RomanoDavid HaidGerald O'LoughlinThomas CallawayMark AndersonMatthew Price