Kellerman said Altman brought out the best in her. we get mash on freeview on 2 channel,s in the uk iwould wach it 24 hrs aday. david ogden steirs reminds me of peter ustinov. MASH was and is my Favorite all time show. Now I watch Saturday evening on Cable. I grew up my whole life in foster homes, group homes and other places. On the big screen, Morgan had a small role in the 1987 feature film Dragnet starring Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks. I felt very empty inside after watching goodbye, farewell, amen. I was a very young child when M*A*S*H was on the air and all I can say is; Thank you for the fond memories. This show is so funny and so addictive that I have no idea what could replace it to make me sit still for 1 hour when it ends. Only drawback is the canned background laughter. Stay safe and stay alive folks. Sad to hear of some passings. Its hard to find another show that compares to the writing and acting four decades later. *dyed* not died. Although they are not part of regular cast, the five nurses running for the helio pad. Watch the shows every night , still one of the best series made , thanks for all the great entertainment I still get from the show guys and gals. Sally Kellerman, the Oscar-nominated actress who played US Army Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan in the film "M*A*S*H," has died. I loved the series. I watch MASH all the time. And dont go anywhere yet. After getting homee I accidently caught MASH on TV and changed my opinion drastically. TMZ has learned. Gary Burghoff (1943-) The only actor from the M*A*S*H movie to come to the show as a regular character, Burghoff played the animal-loving Radar. That type of acting seems largely a lost art these days. Sidney Freedman was a great character because of you. I was born in 1972 and watched it as a kid. I echo other comments. My wife and I hiked to the original filing site in the Malibu hills here in California. Over the next three decades, he worked regularly on television. 370.1K. Just stop watching the show and let the rest of appreciate a great show and good acting. I remember sitting on the floor in the Living room watching MASH as a family every week. I absolutely love MASH. MASH! So well done!!! Auto mechanic Rizzo He ended up on The Closer as one of the detectives under the Acting Chief Brenda Johnson. It was an honor! I LOVE THIS 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. Enjoy a good cry and cant wait for the whole series to come on again. My husband and I watch every day for 1 hour and LOVE the show and characters. and tried never to miss an episode. I LOVE THE THEME SONG AND HUM TO IT WHENEVER IT COMES ON. Plus they turned Frank into a total buffoon and stereotyped his character to much. staying up till 10:00 watching mash with my father. Watched M.A.S.H when it first aired and still watching it In fact its on in about half an hour Two shows, 6 days a week Gotta love that! This show has been a part of my life for so many years. It is also on the quest channel and the forces channel and I am also an avid mash fan. We always watched mash. Loved him. She was written out of the remainder of . Mulcahy), in . We too watched it together. We dont have TV shows like that anymore. Hi! Apparently he "didn't know how long . Loretta Swit appeared in a number of TV shows, made-for-TV movies, and feature films following the end M*A*S*H, but has not had a credited acting role since 1998. The show became rather preachy and lost its edge, especially after the departure of Major Frank Burns- the guy everyone loved to hate. She took an acting class at Los Angeles City College and appeared in a stage production of "Look Back in Anger" with classmate Jack Nicholson and several other future stars. Farr enjoyed a thriving television career post-MASH hosting The Gong Show and serving as a panelist on Super Password. RIP William Christopher. I Still watching MASH five days a week. MISSED IT GROWING UP BUT IVE FOUND YOU ALLLLLLLLL NOW. Then their were times I would say what is going to happen or even their lines and my WIFE would say; ( why do you bother watching this if you know whats going to happen. ) I cant watch it without bursting into tears. THE GREATEST OF LAUGHS AND THE GREATEST OF STORYLINES. M*A*S*Hhe said in his experience with the medical people, MASH is quite accurate Gary Burghoff played Walter Eugene OReilly but you probably remember him by his nickname, Radar. McLean Stevenson: November 14th, 1929 - February 15th, 1996 David Ogden Stiers (Charles Emerson Winchester III) In May 2007, Farr hosted the Hallmark Channels M*A*S*H Bash 07: Klinger Edition marathon. I own the entire MASH series. Wow! When an LLC owner dies, the transfer on death of the LLC membership interest can get more complicated. She would work into her 80s, with several acclaimed television performances in her final years. His first wife was Eileen Ann Detchon and his second wife was Barbara Bushman. Best Regards Richard Smith, You bet, I dont watch much TV but I do try to catch the local news and the world news from 5pm to 6 pm. most of them are old or died from ill health which is shameful. I HOPE IT IS ON FOREVER. I will be terribly sad if the reruns are ever taken off of TV. You are masters of the art. lol. Hes acted sporadically since then, appearing in a handful of movies and TV shows in the 1980s and 1990s. Its always a great pick me up after a rough day in the ROK or the USA ;-). what a wonderful legacy to ensure that Baxter is fed on time! Morgan died peacefully in hospice care at the age of 96, and his "M*A*S*H" colleagues stayed close with him until the end. 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 . Oh, how I miss those formative years! What about the song / dance Mash Potato. Love love this show! Thirty-five years after the final episode of M*A*S*H* set a record as the most-watched series finale in history, actor Jamie Farr, 83, and actress Loretta Swit, 80, reunited at Saturday's Daytime. I couldnt relate to that when I was a kid. That it stands up in re-runs so many years later is a testimony to its greatness. and we have watched each disc had a M*A*S*H marathon, and will stop and watch every show when its on T.V. McLean Stevenson passed away of a heart attack in February 1996. Peace. Now Time Warner Cable has Me TV and I am watching again. It is tired, not tried. Might quit watching TV when ME TV completes the series..ME TV is great.I also watch Hogans Heroes and The Rifleman..if you are not aware of ME TV, find it! From expensive cars to enormous mansions to copious quantities  More, While Peter Lawford might the least well-known member of the Rat Pack, he is sometimes referred to as the Man Who Kept The Secrets due to his secretive efforts to connect Marilyn Monroe and his brother-in-law JFK. Thank you all for your unbelievable acting. Fabulous actors and such though provoking acting. I am now fully recovered and still watch the marathons. klinger is a cross dresser to try and get a sec 8 and the nurses never get any rest but very funny show i like father malcahey what ever happened to him i think gary burgoff was on Hollywood squares. I know everyones lines better then they do Watch it as often as it comes on, TVLand, WGN, SUNDANCE NETWORK, Sometimes on AMC in the early morning! the best show on TV. That was the best series ever on TV, thats why it lasted so long. Now seeing it on TrueEntertainment again. Besides his MASH-related roles. I watch MASH every night at 7PM on Me TV (suburban Phila.) Peter it takes me there.also I speak Korean and cook their favorite dishes also please be patient with me. Im assuming James is referring to scenes that were cut in syndication to make room for more commercials. Your words were priceless to me as I just lost both my parents only a year agohard to find a show today that people can identify with and that can bring them together. "MASH" celebrated the completion of this season's shooting with a cast party at 20th Century-Fox late last week. I love Mash . I will miss the cast members who have passed and in a way it makes me feel old. On 14th February this year, for his birthday, I bought my son the complete set of DVDs of every MASH show from start to finish. While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, good or bad, its nice to see / read all of the positive comments. I particularly enjoyed the one where Radar is told that he is being sent home, the scene where he and Hawkeye are arguing about Radar not wanting to go is great. You all continue to make me smile every night I watch you. This show is in my heart so much I have bought the martinis DVD kit every one of the shows the reunion, the fan I do believe that my favorite character of all time is Walter radar oReilly. After MASH, he went on to become one of the central characters in the spin-off series AfterMash. That show can never be replaced! We have the DVD set and I still watch it from the History channel. never get tired of seeing this series. The cast was top notch. Mash in my opinion is the greatest sitcom ever made. This show was one of my favorite, it was real with people that care about each other. BUT, I think All in the Family comes pretty close as a tie for greatest ever..just my opinion though..have seen every episode over ten times. After her role on that classic sitcom ended, Jan became more interested in being a mother than being an actress. Been watching since it originally aired. People think Im kinda nutty but I have yet to see another TV show that is as good as MASH, except for the Andy Griffith show, which I also love. Like revisiting an old friend. Best of the best. I was a young lad watching it with my mom and remember the last episode like it was yesterday. Sad to hear, they added the perfect glue during their cameos. and I watch it now in reruns, my youngest son has the complete series on D.V.D. This show showed all aspects of human emotions, from comedy to drama to the death of a beloved character (Henry Blake). It was and still is one the greatest shows on television. I think that Alan Alda at times over-acted. Dont forget the crusty. We did this every day during that summer session. She was 66. Let us know in the comments section. So when he gets home from work, Fox News, American Pickers, Pawn Shop on put on the TV, even if I was watching something. I love M*A*S*H on ME TV too! It is one of Americas finest hours of television. Besides MASH, Arbus also enjoyed numerous guest and recurring roles on shows like Law & Order, LA Law, Matlock, and Judging Amy. It was quite an emotional evening (Kleenex helped). But if I was to pick Id say Hawk-eye Pierce and Walter Radar Oreiley. Id bought them the best TV available with a Remote! Kellye died Sunday . We're going to see which Mash cast . I thought Id hate it because it would remind me of a painful experience. Period!!! I have also had the privilege of hearing Alan Alda give a lecture (75 minutes, no PowerPoints, few props), and I remain a big fan of his, as well. keeping the memory alive.Ronnie Australia.. M.A.S.H. Gave my wife Joyce and I a great deal of pleasure during the I was a clerk in the U.S. Army from 1968-71 in Okinawa. ! Answer always acracked ne up. old, a widow of almost fifteen years, my hubby, an Air Force veteran died in less than five months with this terrible cancer problem, of which the world is a victim for years now and after having six kids, their great spouses, 13 grandkids, three who are married, a granddaughter who still serves in the military, and five great grandkids, thus dont see them too much as most have moved across our wonderful USA, two of which have served in the military, one for 22 yrs and lives the furthest from our home here in a small town in Wisconsin. I was an 18 year old girl at Ft. Benning , Ga. when Mash started. He was also . So sad that some of the actors passed away but unfortunately, inevitable. I grew up watching this show through a rough childhood and its funny how these characters became like close friends to me. Ive been watching this show since I was little girl with mum and dad in South America. I grew up watching this show. Have you noticed, how well he wore those army clothes on the set. God bless to the cast members that have passed ! yours sincerely Norman and Pauline Green Happy Days cast member Pat Morita, who played the first owner of Arnold's drive-in, Matsuo "Arnold" Takahashi, died in Nov. 2005. I had a stroke in 2006 and my husband bought me the whole series in a cool collectors box. May they rest in peace. I looked in the mirror and my hair I white now I was in highschool when they were performing. The soldier Im speaking of is truly a doubletake kind of person when he passes you. I watch it without commercials, with the entire episode (not excerpts of your favorite episodes interspersed with commercials in their entirety). Now I watch it on MeTV four or five nights in a row. In the introductory scene an animal runs off on the top left hand corner. Fantastic program. LOL I was quite happy when it was released in weekly episodes. He was an actor, known for M*A*S*H (1972), Paper Dolls (1984) and Mannix (1967). Arbus died of congestive heart failure on April 19, 2013, at the age of 95. Loved Mash and the characters . One of the most memorable television moments that has stuck in my memory was when Hawkeye lost his mind over a suffocated baby. Before landing his iconic role, he made several guest appearances on shows like The Patty Duke Show and Good Times. went off the air and to amitie I did CRY. You said it like it was and still is in this world. MTV released statements following the deaths of Brown and Knight in November, and . His next regular TV role was Love & Money, a short-lived CBS sitcom that aired briefly during the 1999-2000 season. But they wouldnt use the remote. It will ruin the TV if we use it! Haha. Thank God for reruns! I watch it every Evening, and all of the Mash marathons. Its the one show we both can enjoy together. Burghoff is a creative genius, not only creating works of art, but hes musically gifted, and has quite a few patents to his credit. He has had recurring roles in shows like The West Wing and 30 Rock in addition to starring in films like 1978s Same Time, Next Year, and 1981s The Fours Seasons. Greatest sit-com ever produced. My cousin had Parkinsons for 13 years and passed away at the age of 91. Facts Verse I loved knowing that I can still watch it every day on YouTube, Hi I love the television show mash 4077 I wish we could see all the series including the after mash I still watch the show today even though I have watched the before. Just watched the Goodbye episode of Mash had seen it before cried then and now. i love M*A*S*H*. we were both sadden when Colonel Potter Harry Morgan passed and also when Frank Burns Larry Linville left us both were out standing actors I wish T.V would go back to this style of shows, my son and I both miss the show a lot, and all the smiles it brought, Have watched MASH since it started, I never tire of it, in fact watching it now on Comedy Central, Even got the wife converted. Today, it is one of the [very few] best programmes on television. There will never be another program like MASH its humour is timeless. I never cared for BJ. i have watched m*a*s*h for as long as i can remember, and recently bought the complete box set, i don;t think there will ever be another show like it, the satire and the writing can never be copied, the choice of actors was fantastic, they all fitted there rolls perfectly, to this day i still watch m*a*s*h every day, Newt Out! Not that we live in the past, but it was very enjoyable, entertaining as well as interesting to watch TV shows that you feel comfortable watching with family members. How many Korean War specials have you seen on Memorial Day, Veterans Day, etc? One of the shows we watch continuously through out our years. Diana played in only four episodes of the first season before falling ill. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and died March 27, 1977, 12 days after the first episode aired. I was dating an Air Force daughter and her dad would always pick at me about the show and also Gomer Pyle. I remember Harry Potter when he was in the black and white tv series Dragnet where he played Seargent Frank Smith, the partner of dective Lt. Joe Friday. He drives an electric Tesla sports car. Was unaware of the case members that had passed. From February to June 1983, Stevenson starred in Condo on ABC, a sitcom about two families living in the same condominium complex. As the coach said, Thank you to all the wonderful actors of M.A.S.H. Thanks Alan. Watched it from the start. Later it was my youngest daughter Katrina. Each story is great and we look forward to it every week. I love each of the characters. I still love it after all these years. Thank goodness for Sundance. MASH had that impact on me as a young man growing up in S. CA! and TV these days are mostly reruns, or disgusting sex shows, violence, monsters, etc., so I watch the old wonderful shows of yesterday. after comming on this site I have learnt that there was a series called after MASH which I am yet to see. I remember very well my parents letting me stay up til 11 to watch Goodbye, Farewell and Amen. I was a teenager when the program was the number one show on TV. William Christopher: October 20th, 1932 December 31st, 2016. Reading comments here others think so too, it has then the hallmarks of a true classic. MASH will never get old. It ran for 10 episodes on NBC from 1976 to 1977. And sometimes bringing the dead back for the families to have someone to burry. it was very sad to see the show end. In 1981, he played Lyle Block on Checking In, a short-lived CBS sitcom spun-off from The Jeffersons. I hope it is played for ever so the next generations can enjoy a perfect program. I love the show I laugh so much it makes me cry with laughter I am my seventies and my wife thinks I am mad I have been watching it for years.its I only included actors in a recurring r. Now every Monday it runs for roughly 6hrs and since Im disabled I can watch every episode again. Even in a war zone we kept our sense of humor, just like in MASH. A lot of the people are retired, who enjoyed a laugh and could feel good about television. I remember the last episode so very well I was in the hospital so My husband taped it for me. My only issues as a former military man was the long hair and moustache which woukd never happen in the military ever. Thanks goodness for re-runs! MASH helped distract them from their pain and suffering as they died together in May of 79. I was too young to watch the first few seasons until the reruns started but once I did, I was hooked. Who are they? Ill watch a few CDs and then turn on METV at 1900! I wonder if they will have a reunion this year. Love and Marriage. She played a college professor who was returning student Rodney Dangerfield's love interest in the 1986 comedy "Back to School." I remember watching it with my Grandfather as he is a retired US Army Veteran. Thanks to all the writers and and producers that got it on TV! Fab story lines, brilliant actors, never fails to make me laugh and brings an odd tear. Loved this show. We are watching reruns right now! I was a young PFC in the Marine Corps when mash started. The clever word play is hysterical. Frank Burns is in the shower, Hawkeye says Keep still Frank, then swats him with a towel. When we do watch broadcast TV 90% of the time we have it on ME TV with the other 10% going to Masterpiece & other PBS shows. Now it is repeated on another channel than the BBC with the canned laughter It kills the atmosphere some what. Sad to read of those who have passed. I totally agree,I still catch reruns most everyday.I would rather see them again than anything else onT.V. I watch re- runs constantly and never tire of them. I loved MASH then just as much now,it pulled me out of some difficult times, love y all of you forever. blessings to all cast members, writers, producers and most of all to the veterans who served in the Korean Conflict. Stoll dont tire of watching it, though! i HOPE IT STAYS ON FOR A LONG TIME. 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. Harry Morgan starred in more than 100 feature films and television shows. me and my wife are watching mash now . In high school it was my brother Chris; in college, my roommate Steve. After M*A*S*H ended, Harry Morgan starred in AfterMASH alongside Jamie Farr and William Christopher. May god bless everyone involved. I have mash 4077 on DVD I watch all the time inlove them all. we need more morality for the mindless! They say we all have a twin but this man was spooky close in every way!! The writers were so clever and the actors too, of course. Still watching m a a h everyday love it and loretta swit. Bless everyone connected with that effort. Later I saw Loretta Swift in Song of Singapore at the New Theatre Restaurant in Kansas City. He served as resident conductor for the Newport Symphany Orchestra in Newport, Oregon. A bit late to be watching MASH you say..NEVER say I. Also, farewell to Major Charles. Are there any DVDs available of the Mash series or the Reunion? He starred in House Calls, a CBS sitcom in which he played a doctor, from 1979 to 1982. I think he was sour grapes honestly..so much of what he made before MASH was crap. Along with his his wife Barbara, Christopher wrote Mixed Blessings, a non-fiction book about raising a son with autism. But it was a different show in the earlier years and I preferred that. to all of the actors alive and dead, cheers, Nothing better than MASH !!! That all changed this past year. It is by far my all time favorite. MASH movie didnt care for that much the tv series was much The flashback show and interviews of actors, writers directors etc. I think it is the greatest tv war show ever potrayed on tv. He reprised that role on the spin-off series AfterMASH from 1983 to 1985. These people will always be my faves. I loved M*A*S*H* and still watch the reruns when I eat supper. M*A*S*H was the show that taught me what great entertainment is aboutit covers the whole spectrum of emotions. My dream wish is to meet any member of the 4077 in person even for a second. Very great memories go a long with the show. Reynolds directed episodes of numerous TV shows, including Heartbeat (1988), Life Goes On (1989-1990), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993), and Touched by an Angel (1995-1998). Thank everyone who is keeping this wonder on the air after all these years. It was truly a great show and they all made it so. All tho I have the whole series,I had rather watch it on tv. Thank you Hawkeye, Margaret and all the rest. In 1985, he played Congressman Sam Greene on the blockbuster CBS miniseries North & South. After that, he retired. From 1985 to 1987 she appeared on Broadway in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. The Mummy had a hazardous production. The man responsible for developing M*A*S*H for television left the series in 1976 after four seasons. I used to watch M.A.S,H. I WAS IN THAT WAR AND THAT IS EXACTLY EXACTLY WHAT IT WAS LIKE. I could watch it every nite, sometimes I do. Wish we could return to those days. 8.9k Views. They were a family away from family there! After work l take half hour to unwind. You get to realise that without humour they would have just been totally broken. I was still a youngin, but you watched it, to me , the show was life, drama , laughter , depressing, knowing why this has to be! Thanks forever to the entire ensemble. His interview can be found here. I watch an episode of MASH every day! Wish he would have stayed on for remaining episodes. On M*A*S*H, he was essentially televisions quintessential priest. I still watch to this day & always will. tje best of the best. After a hard day at work cone home and watch Mash it is very up lifting show have seen re runs after re runs but still watch, they dont make TV shows like that anymore. This was one of the best shows on tv. In 1983, shortly after the series wrapped, he produced The Four Seasons for CBS. MASH was so very well written and acted that Ive seen every episode many, many times over and it still entertains me. Most of our TV these days is streaming via Amazon Prime. The show is sad sometimes, it shows the good times and the hard times in the Korean War,and the hard time we had here at home in the U S . I wanted to say thank you to all and God bless. It has touched my life in so many ways. Our kids got us the complete M*A*S*H 4077 anthology a few years ago and every so often we get it out and watch all of it over a week or so, laughing or crying just like the first time. Reynolds was interviewed for the Archive of American Television in August 2000. Humourous, happy-sad & every emotion beyond. I watch the M*A*S*H marathon every Saturday on Sundance. Lend a Hand (1980) Dr. Anthony Borelli when the US produce quality TV no one in the world can even come close, sublime and distilled comedy at its best. I have always been a huge fan of MASH, due in part, to the fact I had served in Korea on the DMZ in the US Army (1973-74) and had experienced so many of the same sorts of situations and characters that the show portrayed. In 1975 I was at my great aunts apartment and i remember like it was just yesterday i was 7 yrs old and Mike Ferrall who played BJ. Its over 40 years now. I was sad when I learned he is battling Parkinsons. P willis, Ive gotta admit it is one of the best shows of all time, Like two see reunion all the stars still here ok, I love Mash for many reasons. I said why do YOU watch ELVIS PRESLY if you know whats going to happen? Im still watching the show daily! He made a cameo appearance in the January 16th, 1984 episode of AfterMASH on CBS followed by a full-blown guest appearance the following week. Words truly cannot describe the joy and though it has been over 40 years since I first watched the series, my laughter still remains a tearful bellyache of genuine appreciation of great humour and superb acting. As per the last comment and we believe it would be coming back on or already has please let me know if and when this will happen, we love the characters, Hawkeye father mulcahy and Margaret Houlahan. Sure didnt take me long to fall deeply in love with it!! Barney MillerBatmanBaywatchBensonThe Beverly HillbilliesBeverly Hills, 90210BewitchedThe Big ValleyThe Bob Newhart ShowBonanzaThe Brady BunchThe Carol Burnett ShowCharlie's AngelsCheersCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationCSI: MiamiDallasDesigning WomenThe Dick Van Dyke ShowDiff'rent StrokesThe Drew Carey ShowThe Dukes of HazzardEverybody Loves I get the sitcom thing but sometimes its to much mustard on a hotdog. MASH was the first American programme that as a family to watch in the 70s and really enjoyed watching it, and today me and my mum are again rewatching it .oh what fun to have a laugh. And yes I tear up watching the finale. Getty. A classicIt will keep on showing, for 100 years+. M*A*S*H simply the best. Sorry my comment disappeared and name was still on screen so wrote it again..DUH! MASH is not only a funny TV show but also contains true war history truths. When I bought it my friend said hey your car reminds me of MASH (because of the headlights) a bulb went on over my head. Thanks for those wonderful years cast and crew! It would be great if the actors could return to the site where where it was filmed and dig up the time capsule they buried in one of episodes. David Ogden Stiers: October 31st, 1942 March 3rd, 2018. Stevenson also made guest appearances on TV shows like Hotel, The Love Boat, and The Golden Girls. Instead of stupid shows like Jersey Girls,Honey Boo Boo who just want to show how low-life they are. Love that we get to watch MASH again. So wonderful to see it all again, without having to wait a week for the next episode. Great actors and great entertainment. I was born in the 70s and I was only a small child when M.A.S.H was first aired. On February 15, 1996, Stevenson was recovering from surgery in an LA hospital when he suddenly went into cardiac arrest and died. Alda was one of many cast members and creative contributors to the Emmy-winning series to have fought or at least spent time enlisted in the military. Once I lined up all the DVDs and played the Sidney Freedman episodes. Only one thing about this article.Linville was present at the closing of the 43rd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital the inspiration for M*A*S*Hs 4077th 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.