M a S H-TV Season 7 (1979)
Starring: Alan Alda
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Ship Out with the 4077!
|Korea, 1950. They're a MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) unit stationed three miles from the front. Seemingly cut off from the rest of the world and often dangerously low on medical supplies, the docs of the 4077 are as clever at improvisation as they are in their dealings with the local black market. But if they are passionate in their desire to help every soldier who passes through the OR, they are equally passionate about making their time at the 38th Parallel as comfortable as possible -- no easy task when you're sitting right on the enemy's doorstep!|
This three disc collection includes all 25 episodes from Season Seven of M*A*S*H!
"...devastatingly clever and often very poignant...still as sharp as their scalpels. David Johnson, DVD Verdict
"...an excellent and successful television series...a must-own. Raphael Pour-Hashemi, DVD Times
"Few movie-to-television adaptations even come close to the widespread popularity of the M*A*S*H spin-off. Scott Weinberg, Apollo Movie Guide
"One of the best-loved television shows ever... Stefan Hedmark, The Movie Hamlet
Editor's NoteOne of the most popular and innovative television series in history, M*A*S*H aired for a record eleven years, and its finale episode attracted a larger number of viewers than any other single episode before or since. Based on Robert Altman's feature film of the same name, and set during the Korean War, the show was initially conceived as a critique on the Vietnam War, but eventually adopted a more character-driven, rather than situation- or issue-driven, plot. With a large ensemble cast, a few main players were in evidence, including "Hawkeye" Pierce (Alan Alda) and his buddy John McIntyre, two top-notch doctors more interested in booze and women than operating. Dr. Frank Burns (Larry Linville) and the Senior Nurse, Lieutenant Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan (Loretta Swit) were the two staunch military enforcers who were forever trying to get the two "playboys" court martialed. Ltd. Col. Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) was the ostensible camp commander, but the place was really run by Corporal Walter "Radar" O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff), who had superhuman hearing and knew what Blake was thinking before Blake did himself. Max Klinger (Jamie Farr) was the corporal constantly in pursuit of a section 8 discharge, and Father Francis Mulcahy (William Christopher) was the kindly local priest. Season 7 includes the episodes: "Commander Pierce, "Peace On Us," "Our Finest Hour," "None Like it Hot," "Major Ego," "Baby, it's Cold Outside," "Dear Comrade," "The Young And The Restless," "Hot Lips is Back in Town," "Rally Round the Flagg, Boys," "Ain't Love Grand," "The Party," and many others.
Cast & Crew
Golden Globe (1982)
|M*A*S*H, Winner, Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical|
|Harry Morgan, Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Variety or Music Series|
|Loretta Swit, Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Variety or Music Series|
|Alan Alda, Winner, Outstanding Writing in a Comedy or Comedy-Variety or Music Series|
People's Choice (1978)
|M*A*S*H, Winner, Favorite TV Comedy Program|
|Gary Burghoff, Winner, Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series|
|Stanford Tischler, Fred W. Berger, Winner, Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming for a Series - For a Single Episode of a Comedy Series|
Golden Globe (1975)
|Alan Alda, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical|
|Alan Alda, Winner, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series|
|Gene Reynolds, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series|
|Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart, Winner, Outstanding Comedy Series|
Golden Globe (1974)
|McLean Stevenson, Winner, Best Supporting Actor - Television|