M a S H-TV Season 8 (1972)
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|Korea, 1950. They're a MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) unit stationed three miles from the front lines during the Korean War. At times the only thing that keeps these docs sane after a long day in the OR is a zany night in "The Swamp" with a martini or two. Luckily, for the incoming wounded, these doctors and nurses also realize that a simple word of encouragement or a heartfelt round of laughter can be as important to their patients as a successful operation or carefully placed bandage.|
This three disc collection includes all 25 episodes from Season Eight 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 NoteRobert Altman's film was brought to the small screen in 1972, and forever changed the face of television. Successfully combining both drama and comedy into a half-hour format, the show took place in the volatile setting of a military hospital just outside Seoul during the Korean War. With an extensive ensemble cast and finely-drawn characters, the show functioned as political satire and sitcom, while achieving a level of very humane drama rarely seen on TV, with ever-evolving characters who learn from their mistakes and are rarely if ever reduced to "types." In this season, Radar is sent home and the hospital is in chaos without him. Klinger takes over his job, assuming more responsibility with often disastrous results as he tries to adjust to his new position. BJ is tempted to have an affair with a beautiful war correspondent, and the doctors must find a home for an orphan of mixed race. Other episodes include "Too Many Cooks," "Nurse Doctor," "Life Time," and "Morale Victory."
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|