I named my Jeep Hot Lips. I have every episode and every special too. Alan,,,, call me!!!!!! Im not Frank Burns s.I wouldnt make mispelling a serious issue. Some of Linvilles films after leaving M*A*S*H include Earth Girls Are Easy (1988), Rock n Roll High School Forever (1991), A Million to Juan (1994), Fatal Pursuit (1995), and Pressure Point (1997). He took over the role of Tony Nelson from Larry Hagman. His last credited acting role was the miniseries Tales of the City in 1993. They still have remnants of the site left that is being taken care of by fellow mash buffs replete with the chooper pad and many other wonderful chestnuts. I also picked up some DVDs in a charity shop and a book with details of every episode! and I watch it now in reruns, my youngest son has the complete series on D.V.D. I am not a viewer of soaps, but was visiting at a nursing home where someone had Days Of Our Lives on and I noticed what appeared to be a cameo of Larry Christopher as a priest. They all became family. I was a teenager when the show first came on air, used to travel to my late sisters home to watch it over a curry and beer, we laughed, cried and would not have missed a show . I only included actors in a recurring r. Although I comedy and not completely real, I learned a lot about what military life might be like overseas. I grew up my whole life in foster homes, group homes and other places. Though I felt that David Ogden Steirs was nowhere near as funny as Larry Plainville. My only issues as a former military man was the long hair and moustache which woukd never happen in the military ever. I also cant forbear to bursting into laughter over what for me was the most funniest moment easy to miss: His interview can be viewed here. Kellerman passed away Thursday morning at 84 in . I found reuns of MASH, and it is the first time I have laughed in the 3 years since my husband died. Oops. There is one thing to say about MASH is it was the greatest TV show based on what realy happen at war. As an 80 year old I have always been watching mash, and as long as the show Plays on me TV I still watch it every night at 7:0clock every night. I still love M*A*S*H, re-run on Tru Entertainment at present, seeing it again ,it reminds me of the 70s,and my nursing days, I never tire of watching it, even when it is repeated, its sad, funny, and so human. The following is a list of cast members from the television series adaptation of M*A*S*H. . I remover watching it when my son was Being born in a hospital Setting in the waiting room the nurse came and got me to go to The Delivery room .. Oh my goodness, Im thinking how much this show with the brilliant story lines and excellent characters and the setting effected me all these years. MASH is the Bomb!!! Hansdome with all his white hair. A memoir was published in 1997: Laughing Matters: On Writing M*A*S*H, Tootsie, Oh, God! They made a good quality show that will continue on through several generations! Although M*A*S*H may be their main claim to fame, most of the cast continued acting after the series ended. I USED TO WATCH IT WITH MY DAD WHEN I WAS LITTLE.. It was bitter-sweet, but we had a ball! Watched and cried through the whole of last nights offering showing the end of the War. I can say it helped me understand the men who were returning from Viet Nam. We loved every episode. All the best to a tv series well done. Some actors grew others never did Loretta Swit was terrible in 1972 as she was in 1983. The best show ever made, I still watch it today, it still means something in this World full of unnecessary wars , is poignant, funny and touching all at once. Dear Sigmund, and Mulcahys War. Wonderful. I was in the Marine Corps when MASH started it helped an old Marine get through tough times one of the greatest sitcoms of all times thanks I still watch today this cast was great. , It would be great to see a reunion of the 4077 at the DMZ with the current peace talks, Without doubt one of the best USA made series ever to be shown on UK TV. Their will never be a greater conglomerate of characters/actors as this show had. Just never be a show like it again ! Does anyone know where in Australia I can purchase AfterMASH? I think it is the greatest tv war show ever potrayed on tv. I watch it without commercials, with the entire episode (not excerpts of your favorite episodes interspersed with commercials in their entirety). You said it like it was and still is in this world. He made a handful of TV guest appearances in the 1990s, including Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1997) and Mad About You (1998). Though things were not good with Vietnam, race riots, college protests, we watched MASH & laughed as if there was no tomorrow. Over the years, Farrell has lent his name and support to a number of social and political causes. Missed it first time round on UK TV but now enjoying reruns on Freeview 61 True Entertainment. Find a nice personality to go along with this wonderful show! Much love to all fellow mash lovers and I hope to so someday run into one of living members of mash so I can shake their hand. And so  More, Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll. I have the complete box series. Whenever I can find it, I also watch MASH on LOGO cable TV and WGN TV. The cast gel so well, can laugh and cry at the same time. When a corporate stockholder dies, the stock becomes an asset of their estate. Roughly a quarter million of these unlucky souls sustain injuries so severe that they end up dying. Dont ever let it not go on air. This is what makes mash especially the 4077 a show u can really enjoy, Born in England with the BBC thought all American TV was rubbish. Id go out with Nurse Kelley (even now) in a heartbeat. Thank you, Mr Stiers for your making an impact on our lives thru your talent. It saddens me to think that these actors, who were a part of one of the best shows ever made, are and have been dying off with little to no acknowledgement. He is the most famous face on the series as he appeared in every episode, making a total of 256 appearances. I preferred the comedy aka the early years. My mother and I watched Mash ever since I could remember . Medical procedures and tricks they tried to save soldiers lives when they just didnt know what to do anymore. The rest of the series did a great job with racial equality. There are so many different elements to it, there is the serious side of Hawkeye and B.J (which I fancy both) then there is the pompus Charles who reminds me so much of Kelsey Grammers character in Fraiser . My sons grew up watching MASH. But I cant remember their real names. He played it so well that I hope he didnt quit because he was hated by the public. Its a beautiful, magical , hilarious show. Each story is great and we look forward to it every week. Before he decided to try his hand out as an actor, Arbus was a successful fashion photographer. I just cant get into what is on TV now. Thanks for all the information, on what happened to them all. Enjoy the hunt, young man. A Jealous Rage on the Upcoming Episode of CBS' NCIS. In 1985, he played Congressman Sam Greene on the blockbuster CBS miniseries North & South. It ran for 13 episodes on NBC from February to May 1976. Mash is such a classic, great to see the reruns on True Entertainment every evening while having dinner. Watched mash as a kid, still watch the reruns. I am 21 now, and used to watch M*A*S*H as a kid all the time. Look at the long list of great and positive comments about the show. Also, regarding racial issues, they had Spearchucker in the beginning of the series (character from the movie MASH) but dropped the character because his name was not politically correct. So sad that some of the actors passed away but unfortunately, inevitable. Cast & crew , you will never be forgotten ! I love the show, Because I was in Vietnam War did the same thing, in running in under the chopper blades with a Doctor and taking ORDERS either take him to outside Hospital operating room or take him to the morgue. The early 70s were a tumultuous period in U.S. history, and much lIke All in the Family, M*A*S*H gave so many of us an emotional reprieve, not from racial and generational tensions like All did, but from the insanity of the endless war in Vietnam. McLean Stevenson in a Raft on Cher in 1975. I still watch the reruns every night. This man really lived life after M*A*S*H, and then again after reprising the role of Radar in AfterMASH.He visited and fished in every state and is an inventor who holds several patents for fishing tackle, including Chum Magic, a floating device that can be filled . It is by far my all time favorite. The one we all missed was when Radar left the show . Now I have two kids on my own and I watch Mash with them. My Best Wishs Of M.A.S.H .. The earlier episodes were more comedy with Trapper, Blake, and Burns. Loved ever minuet of it. Thank for reruns and DVDs. Thanks for a million laughs. Thats all seek from any type of TV show, etc, does it entertain me? Loved both those guys. Actor | M*A*S*H. Larry Linville was born on September 29, 1939 in Ojai, California, USA. Not only hes the first M*A*S*H cast member to leave the show, but also the first to die. It made you laugh and cry, often st the same time! Christopher was 84 when he died of Lung Cancer in December of 2016. . Thank you for sharing your experience. growing up watching MASH from the beginning to the end from the different cast to the final cast it was a great show I truly miss the actors that were in the show the ones that we have lost thankfully the show will remain reruns forever God bless all of you and thank you for the Memories. All good things come to an end (no matter what it is). Facts Verse Found out Trapper died today. It was not the best years of my life but I enjoyed the series very much. He played a divorced radio talk show host who moves to Portland with his teenage daughters. Thank you. Magic show that grows on one so profoundly. It doesnt matter how many times you see them, every time you always get the best belly laughs. He was annoying and one-dimensional and the pair was not like Hawk and Trap had been. M*A*S*H is an awesome show I wish they would have made more episodes I could have watched it forever my favorite character is Hawkeye and radar and tell all the ones that have passed away may all your souls rest in peace. I also have the entire series on a media drive and watch an episode once or twice a day. Even though I have the DVD set I still watch it every night and still laugh!! They dont make TV like this anymore. It has brought much joy to millions and will continue to do so for generations to come. Greatness never dies,this is the tops as far as i am concerned,i am 63 from Leeds in England.and i had tears in my eyes,as each one of them left,this show will never be beaten. There is no British comedy can make us laugh second time round ,but M.A.S.H., fantastic ,if its ever taken off we will need Sidneys help to cope. Lend a Hand (1980) Dr. Anthony Borelli We have to watch it now, because at 5 pm when the theme song comes on, our Black Lab Baxter jumps up and runs to his bowl. Thank you Hawkeye, Margaret and all the rest. [smile], I came home from Vietnam in 1970. What a great show, it has everything. I watched when I was alone, or with love one- I Watch the show during the best of times and the worst time of my life. lol. I will watch it as long as I am alive; it is the only show on TV that both my husband and I can watch together, and laugh and laugh as we commiserate with the wonderful actors who bring such humanity and love to their parts. They say we all have a twin but this man was spooky close in every way!! the best show on TV. My wife has learned to love it to..Flagg was a favorite. Its always a great pick me up after a rough day in the ROK or the USA ;-). They interacted so well. Supporting the main cast was a large recurring cast who played various doctors, nurses, supporting staff, patients and civilians. You are masters of the art. Larry Linville: September 29th, 1939 April 10th, 2000. On the big screen, Alda earned an Academy Award nomination for his role in The Aviator (2004). God bless them all including the ones who have left us. To all god bless, & if that offends you go to china or North Korea. M*A*S*H was praised for its impeccable writing and direction. January 28, 2023, 4:29 pm, by So wonderful to see it all again, without having to wait a week for the next episode. Mork, of course, played by the late Robin Williams. You had to be proud of the strength of the writers and actors (and producers, etc.). every night. As a boy I watched the original shows, bought a Mash T shirt and even visited the site in California. Does anyone know the name Larry Dilbert. From the TV series: Kellye Nakahara (January 16, 1948 - February 16, 2020; 72) David Ogden Stiers (October 31, 1942 - March 3, 2018; 75) all hell to watch MASH and now have a better understanding of it. I loved MASH very much, then & now in reruns, but it came as a big surprise to learn that several members ( casts ) have past.away. And while Williams sadly is no longer with us, Pam Dawber is still alive and well. Dr. H. Richard Hornberger (Richard Hooker), one of the authors of the books MASH based the book on his time as an Army doctor at the 8055th MASH not the 43rd. I remember sitting on the floor in the Living room watching MASH as a family every week. When I got married my wife and I would watch the repeats of reruns, of reruns, etc. Two great actors that made me laugh out loud. I am a M*A*S*H aholic!!! still watching and still laughing. My wife and I religiously watch Mash as the TV Series succinctly portrays the key to life in that the only way to be happy and enjoy it is to take everything with a large spoonful of humour Also in the 1980s I was the proud owner of the best helicopter ever invented The Bell 47. I enjoyed the comedy of MASH, but not the political accusations of the show. Today ar age 66 when That song comes on at the begonning of the show I wanna cry, hey they both made it home, my brothers that is. I believe it was extremely hard to play a guy that was not liked by the other characters. We always watched mash. D . DAYTONA BEACH A cast member of a docudrama TV series claims that after being hospitalized at Halifax Health Medical Center for injuries from a motorcycle accident during Bike Week, he was subsequently discharged because he lacked insurance. Totally agree. Best show ever on TV! I dont care, i love the show, the cast, everything about it! This wonderful show! Just love watching the reruns of MASH. I remember seeing Harvey Korman (who also made a big mistake by leaving a hit show-in his case THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW) and he said .whenever I feel sad I call McLean Stevenson and we talk about our careers andhave a good cry. (he said that last part laughingly), I watched it faithfully when it came on TV in 1972 and still watch at least 2 episodes everyday. My wife and I have watched MASH daily during the original series and of course now as re-runs daily and still very much enjoy the actors / characters they play plus the various comments both serious and funny. Hi I am now 72 and watched every episode of MASH right from the first one. Benjamin also doubles up as the team captain, and he is famously known as Captain Hawkeye Pierce. Watching MASH older runs, reminds me of a time in my life that was good & secure, predictable when I was in college at USM. Most recently he has had a recurring role on Foxs The Cool Kids. Best show ever. When it first came on,on the BBC that is, it didnt have a laugh track, we were capable of getting the jokes even though it was a different culture. Sadly, in the nearly four decades since the show went off the air, many of the main cast members have passed away, including William Christopher (Father Mulcahy), Wayne Rogers ("Trapper" John), Larry Linville (Major Frank Burns), Harry Morgan (Colonel Potter) and McLean Stevenson (Lt. Still watch in reruns. It is still as great at is walls 35 years ago. BEYOND A DOUBT, AN ABSOLUTELY PHENOMINAL SHOW WITH A superb cast.To be honest I wouldnt While Robert Urich was famous for doing battle with tough foes on the screen. Auto mechanic Rizzo He ended up on The Closer as one of the detectives under the Acting Chief Brenda Johnson. I have watched every episode of mash and enjoyed them all pity the spin of shows were never shown in the uk. Thank you very much Miss Dana Glass. Fantastic program. A lot of the people are retired, who enjoyed a laugh and could feel good about television. The essence of a quality show. We also watch every night on METV. I love MASH watch it every day, Alan Alda is my favorite, I love him and everyone on the show. It ran for five seasons, ending in 1983. It is so much better than the horrible reality shows of today. Simply the greatest television show that brings back memories of great actors who made the show what it is today.We will always cherish watching this show or was it not a show but the real thing.I like the latter. I was young during its glory years and, I feel like I grew up with the show. The years have caught up and passed those no longer with us. Its hard to find another show that compares to the writing and acting four decades later. 87 yr old mom and i watch tv land cable mash is still a funny show i notice i get into ghe script mote and i am 67 love ihe 60 showtime. love yall ,Mary. I find myself watching episodes whenever they are on! Many thanks to all the great actors and production The movie would be turned into a TV series that lasted 11 seasons, with Loretta Swit in Kellerman's role. I watch MASH everyday. Im watching every one again and it still has the ability to make me laugh but also to move me to tears. If u dont have cable metv or channle 10.2. i love to look up my favorite shows and see where they are now. Really interesting background behind mash and I look forward to watching one of the greatest shows from start to end of our time. Ive been watching mash since i can remember. He had a great Personality And That Would Make You Smile And Laugh as a great Actor And A Comedian . I cant believe that so many of the young and vibrant cast have passed on. Next came In the Beginning, a CBS sitcom that ran for just five episodes from September to October 1978. Being in love with MASH is an understatement, my wife and I can share the same feelings. He died peacefully in his sleep on December 7, 2011, in Los Angeles home at the age of 96. after comming on this site I have learnt that there was a series called after MASH which I am yet to see. He also directed more than a dozen episodes. Great show, we make a pilgrimage to the M*A*S*H site in Malibu Creek State Park almost every July. Keep M A S H going. I watched them through my entire Navy career and loved to find similarities between MASH and my real life. I love both the characters and storylines. One of the best written shows ever with a wonderful ensemble cast. I was born in 1972 and watched it as a kid. Colonel Blake). A credit to all characters , production staff and extra who made a truly remarkable TV show. In January 2016, host Eric Bolling paid tribute to Rogers. Sad to read of those who have passed.
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