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This page is about the 1972-1983 TV series. For the 1970 film, see MASH.

M*A*S*H DVD cover.

TV Series (1972-1983)

Starring:
Alan Alda (Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce)
Loretta Swit (Major Margaret Houlihan)
Jamie Farr (Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger)
William Christopher (Father Francis Mulcahy)

The staff of an army hospital in the Korean war find that laughter is the best way to deal with their situation.

Bell H-13 Sioux

Seen in the title sequence.

MASH title.jpg

Season Two

Ryan PT-22

Ep. 2.02 5 O'Clock Charlie

Painted in North Korean colors.


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