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Mar 7

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Mar 1
cooklibrarycinemaclub:

This Date in History — February 28th:  On this day in 1983, the celebrated sitcom M*A*S*H ended its 11 season run with a special finale watched by 77 percent of the television viewing audience. It was the largest percentage ever to watch a single TV show up to that time.
M*A*S*H was set near Seoul, Korea, behind the American front lines during the Korean War. The Mobile Army Surgical Hospital unit received wounded soldiers, and was staffed by the show’s cast of doctors and nurses, most notably surgeons Dr. “Hawkeye” Pierce (Alan Alda) and Dr. “Trapper” John McIntyre (Wayne Rogers). Their primary comic foils in the show were Dr. Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and Nurse Major Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan (Loretta Swit), who disapproved of the surgeons’ boozing and  womanizing. When Rogers left the show  after three seasons, he was ably replaced in the OR by Dr. B.J. Hunnicut (Mike Farrell).
You can find all 11 seasons of this classic comedy series on DVD at the library — as well as the 1970 Robert Altman film by the same name upon which the series was based. 

cooklibrarycinemaclub:

This Date in History — February 28th:  On this day in 1983, the celebrated sitcom M*A*S*H ended its 11 season run with a special finale watched by 77 percent of the television viewing audience. It was the largest percentage ever to watch a single TV show up to that time.

M*A*S*H was set near Seoul, Korea, behind the American front lines during the Korean War. The Mobile Army Surgical Hospital unit received wounded soldiers, and was staffed by the show’s cast of doctors and nurses, most notably surgeons Dr. “Hawkeye” Pierce (Alan Alda) and Dr. “Trapper” John McIntyre (Wayne Rogers). Their primary comic foils in the show were Dr. Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and Nurse Major Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan (Loretta Swit), who disapproved of the surgeons’ boozing and  womanizing. When Rogers left the show  after three seasons, he was ably replaced in the OR by Dr. B.J. Hunnicut (Mike Farrell).

You can find all 11 seasons of this classic comedy series on DVD at the library — as well as the 1970 Robert Altman film by the same name upon which the series was based. 

(Source: nosey-nate)

parallels

bulletin board • goodbye, farewell, and amen 

(Source: there-were-no-survivors)

Frank, it’s a brothel.

(Source: rossellynchi)

rossellynchi:

i love how, to anyone who doesn’t give a shit about M*A*S*H, a bunch of rocks that spell ‘goodbye’ are just rocks like who gives a shit

but to those of us who have been put through the pain they are the SADDEST FUCKING ROCKS IN TELEVISION HISTORY

intellectualdisengagement:

me too, Hawk, me too..

(Source: there-were-no-survivors)

intellectualdisengagement:

M*A*S*H 4077 bids Henry Blake a reluctant and affectionate farewell.

Jan 7

rossellynchi:

FIRST & LAST MOMENTS AT THE 4077th
part one // part two

hawkeye pierce • alan alda
margaret houlihan • loretta swit
trapper mcintyre • wayne rogers 
bj hunnicutt • mike farrell
radar o’reilly • gary burghoff

Jan 7

rossellynchi:

FIRST & LAST MOMENTS AT THE 4077th
part one // part two

henry blake • mclean stevenson
sherman potter • harry morgan
charles winchester III • david ogden stiers 
frank burns • larry linville
max klinger jamie farr

Jan 6

(Source: re-enlist-with-mash-4077)

Jan 3

Thanks, M-M-Major. How come you’re d-d-d-doin’ all this for me?

swamprats4077:

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

M*A*S*H style. I hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday!

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