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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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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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M*A*S*H is Canceled/Ended
The show had 11 seasons and 251 episodes air between 1972 and 1983.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Sep. 17, 1972
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1972 - 1983
To-Date:
11 Seasons
251 Episodes
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

Series Fun Facts

More Trivia
  • Maxwell Klinger was originally created as a character of Jewish-American ethnicity. But his ethnicity was changed to Lebanese-American to match Jamie Farr's background.
  • On Sesame Street, Big Bird's teddy bear is named Radar. This is in homage to Radar O'Reilly's teddy bear.
  • Throughout the run of the series, any "generic" nurses (nurse characters who had a line or two, but were minor supporting characters otherwise) were generally given the names "Nurse Able",…
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    Throughout the run of the series, any "generic" nurses (nurse characters who had a line or two, but were minor supporting characters otherwise) were generally given the names "Nurse Able", "Nurse Baker", or "Nurse Charlie". These names stem from the phonetic alphabet used by the military and HAM operators at the time. During the time period of the Korean War, the letters A, B, and C in the phonetic alphabet were Able, Baker, and Charlie (since then, the standard has been updated, and A and B are now Alpha and Bravo). In later seasons, it became more common for a real character name to be created, especially as several of the nurse actors became semi-regulars. For example, Kellye Nakahara played both "Able" and "Charlie" characters in season three before becoming the semi-regular "Nurse Kellye"; on the other hand, Judy Farrell (then Mrs. Mike Farrell) played Nurse Able in eight episodes, including the series finale.
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