Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 17, 1972
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

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M*A*S*H

Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, a U S Army medical unit serving as a hospital in a combat area of operations. M*A*S*H was a true ensemble series. "The Pittsburgh Steelers' victory over the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl was watched in an average of 45.85 million homes, the second highest total in television history behind only the last Mash Ep.

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Last Episode

11x16 Goodbye, Farewell and Amen Aired: Feb. 28, 1983

The final days have finally arrived for the 4077th. In the passing days we find Charles as a conductor for a musical group of Chinese prisoners, …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 11 seasons and 251 episodes air between 1972 and 1983.

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Series Fun Facts

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  • When Wayne Rogers first signed to do the series, it was intended by producers for the part of Trapper to be a co-starring role, and equal to that of Hawkeye. However, Alan Alda's performance…
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    When Wayne Rogers first signed to do the series, it was intended by producers for the part of Trapper to be a co-starring role, and equal to that of Hawkeye. However, Alan Alda's performance on the show, as well as his creative input, quickly lead to Hawkeye being the more prominent character. This caused consternation for Rogers, and was the primary reason for his quitting the show. Despite any professional animosities, Rogers remained to be good friends with Alda after leaving the series.
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  • Larry Hama, the writer of most of the GI Joe comic books, appeared in one episode as a North Korean jeep driver.
  • Jamie Farr chose to gradually phase out Klinger's recurring joke of wearing women's clothes because he didn't want his children, who were young at the time, teased about it while growing up.…
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    Jamie Farr chose to gradually phase out Klinger's recurring joke of wearing women's clothes because he didn't want his children, who were young at the time, teased about it while growing up. After Klinger took on the role of company clerk from Radar (Gary Burghoff), Farr practically stopped the gag altogether.
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