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M*A*S*H (1972 - 1983)

M*A*S*H (1972 - 1983)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

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100%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

75%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Series Info

A beloved, multi-Emmy-winning series about Army surgeons cutting up amid the Korean War. 'War is hell. So is TV,' said Larry Gelbart, who developed the series for TV from the 1970 Robert Altman film. ' 'M*A*S*H' and the medium,' Gelbart added, 'were made for each other.' For 11 years (10 in the Top 20), the show deftly blended sharp, thoughtful humor with moving scenes of dedicated, stressed doctors trying to save lives---while clinging to their own sanity---in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.
Creator: Larry Gelbart

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Seasons

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1982, CBS, 16 episodes

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1981, CBS, 22 episodes

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1980, CBS, 20 episodes

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1979, CBS, 25 episodes

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1978, CBS, 26 episodes

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1977, CBS, 25 episodes

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1976, CBS, 25 episodes

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1975, CBS, 25 episodes

Cast

Alan Alda
as Capt. Benjamin Franklin `Hawkeye' Pierce
Wayne Rogers
as Capt. John `Trapper John' McIntyre
Loretta Swit
as Maj. Margaret `Hot Lips' Houlihan
McLean Stevenson
as Lt. Col. Henry Blake
Larry Linville
as Maj. Frank Burns
Gary Burghoff
as Cpl. Walter `Radar' O'Reilly
William Christopher
as Father Francis Mulcahy
Jamie Farr
as Cpl. Maxwell Klinger
Harry Morgan
as Col. Sherman Potter
Mike Farrell
as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt
David Ogden Stiers
as Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester III
Karen Phillip
as Lt. Maggie Dish
Timothy Brown
as Spearchucker Jones
John Orchard
as Ugly John
Linda Meiklejohn
as Lt. Leslie Storch
Herb Voland
as Gen. Brandon Clayton
Marcia Strassman
as Nurse Margie Cutler
Odessa Cleveland
as Lt. Ginger Ballis
Kelly Jean Peters
as Nurse Louise Anderson
Lynette Mettey
as Lt. Nancy Griffin
Robert F. Simon
as Gen. Mitchell
Kellye Nakahara
as Nurse Kellye
Enid Kent
as Nurse Bigelow
Johnny Haymer
as Sgt. Zale
G.W. Bailey
as Sgt. Luther Rizzo
Rosalind Chao
as Soon-Lee
Allan Arbus
as Dr. Sidney Freedman
Patricia Stevens
as Nurse Mitchell
Bobbie Mitchell
as Nurse Mason
Tim Jones
as Spearchucker
Bill Snider
as Corpsman
Richard Lee-Sung
as 2nd Korean
Philip Ahn
as Father
Judy Farrell
as Nurse Able
Lynnette Mettey
as Lt. Nancy Griffin
Mako
as Dr. Lin Tam
Clyde Kusatsu
as Bartender
June Kim
as Pregnant Woman
James Saito
as South Korean
Kimiko Hiroshige
as Korean Woman
Leland Sun
as Mr. Kwang
Keye Luke
as Mr. Shin
Dick O'Neill
as Adm. Prescott
Loudon Wainwright III
as Capt. Spalding
Joshua Bryant
as Sgt. Jack Scully
Eldon Quick
as Capt. Sloan
Robert Symonds
as Col. Horace Baldwin
Yuki Shimoda
as Cho Pak
Johnny Yune
as Korean Translator
Clete Roberts
as The Interviewer
John Fujioka
as Col. Kim
Tom Dever
as MP Lieutenant
Karen Philipp
as Lt. Maggie Dish
G. Wood
as Gen. Hammond
Sal Viscuso
as Patient John
Brian Byers
as Pvt. Fitzsimons
Momo Yashima
as Korean Woman
Paul Tuerpé
as Medic II
Arthur Song
as Korean Man
Jack Soo
as Charlie Loo
Virginia Ann Lee
as Young Hi (The Moose)
Michael O'Keefe
as Cpl. Travis
Stuart Margolin
as Capt. Sherman
Jim Boeke
as Sgt. Chiaverini
Basil Hoffman
as Maj. Pfiefer
Tim O'Connor
as Col. Spiker
Kario Salem
as Youngster
Charles Frank
as Capt. Hathaway
William Bogert
as Roger Prescott
Sorrell Booke
as Gen. Barker
Raymond Singer
as Dr. Berman
Hamilton Camp
as Cpl. Boots Miller
Harvey J. Goldenberg
as Capt. George Kaplan
Kevin Hagen
as Col. Coner
Oliver Clark
as Tippy Brooks
Peter Hobbs
as Gen. Webster
Richard Lineback
as Pvt. Eddie Scala
Robert Alda
as Dr. Borelli
Dennis Dugan
as Danny McShane
Larry Block
as Eddie Hendrix
Barbara James
as Anesthetist
James Canning
as Cpl. Marsh
Haunani Minn
as Sung Lee
Rick Hurst
as Schaeffer
Danny Dayton
as Fast Freddie Nichos
Jim Canning
as Cpl. Marsh
Hilly Hicks
as Perkins
Larry Ward
as Gen. Kratzer
Bob Okazaki
as Doo Pak
Deborah Harmon
as Nurse Webster
Rollin Moriyama
as Gen. Park
Leslie Evans
as Nurse Mason
Rita Wilson
as Lt. Shelly Lacey
Tad Horino
as 1st Korean
Karen Landry
as Sarah Miller
Gail Bowman
as Nurse Powell
Frank Slaten
as Corpsman Frank
Mae Hi
as Korean Woman
Monty Bane
as MP No. 1
Ralph Grosh
as Capt. Fox
Mike Henry (I)
as Lt. Col. Donald Penobscot
Tom Stovall
as Sergeant
Amanda McBroom
as Ellie Carlyle
Kathrine Baumann
as Nancy Sue Parker
Louisa Moritz
as Nurse Sanchez
Mary Wickes
as Col. Reese
Titos Vandis
as Col. Andropolis
Robert Karnes
as Gen. Fox
Greg Mullavey
as Capt. Tom Greenleigh
Lawrence Pressman
as R. Theodore Williamson
Kevin Brophy
as Roberts
Dirk Blocker
as James Mathes
Leslie Nielsen
as Col. Buzz Brighton
Burt Young
as Lt. Willis
James Gregory
as Gen. Kelly
Doug Rowe
as Aylesworth
Bernard Fox
as Maj. Ross
John Anderson
as Gen. Collins
William Flatley
as MP Sergeant
Graham Jarvis
as Col. Whiteman
Robert Hogan
as Smilin' Jack Mitchell
Edward Binns
as Gen. Korshak
Michael Bell
as Willie Stratton
Carmen Mathews
as Col. Lillian Rayburn
David Dean
as Pvt. Sutton
Peter Palmer
as Capt. Toby Hill
Claudette Nevins
as Donna Marie Parker
J.J. Johnston
as Helicopter Pilot
Shelley Long
as Nurse Mendenhal
Susan Saint James
as Aggie O'Shea
Charles Hallahan
as Colin Turnbull
Barry Schwartz
as Pvt. Joe Caputo
Pete Jurasik
as Capt. Triplett
Dennis Howard
as Capt. Rackley
Michael Horton
as Lt. Curt Collins
Logan Ramsey
as Col. Lambert
Edward Marshall
as Lt. Delboss
Glenn Ash
as Maxwell
Susan Blanchard
as Nurse Cooper
Charles Aidman
as Col. Bloodworth
Douglas Rowe
as Aylesworth
Jordan Clarke
as Saunders
Mariette Hartley
as Dr. Inga Halversen
James Stephens
as Pvt. David Sheridan
Richard Paul
as Capt. William Bainbridge
Stefan Gierasch
as Col. Ditka
Anthony Charnota
as Sgt. Verbanic
Gene Evans
as Clayton Kibbee
Tom Atkins
as Maj. Weems
John P. Ryan
as Maj. Van Zandt
Peggy Feury
as Col. Bucholtz
Indira Danks
as Lt. O'Brien
The King Sisters
as The Miller Sisters
Teri Garr
as Lt. Suzanne Marquette
Ted Eccles
as Pvt. Chapman
Reid Cruickshanks
as Staff Sergeant
Ned Beatty
as Col. Hollister
Henry Brown
as Billy Tyler
Kieu Chinh
as Kyung Soon
Andrew Masset
as Cpl. Hough
Edward Herrmann
as Capt. Steven J. Newsome
Pat Hingle
as Col. Daniel Webster Tucker
Barry Corbin
as Sgt. Joe Vickers
Squire Fridell
as Alvin Rice
Peter Jurasik
as Capt. Triplett
Michael Ensign
as Maj. Cass
David Graf
as Lt. Spears
Jim Reid Boyce
as Jimmy Danielson
Pat McNamara
as Gentleman Joe Cavanaugh
Jeffrey Tambor
as Maj. Reddish
Jeff East
as Lt. Pavelich
Keene Curtis
as Col. Wortman
Richard Masur
as `Digger' Detmuller
Ned Wilson
as Col. Carmichael
Sean Roche
as Pvt. Burke
Ann Sweeney
as Nurse Carrie Donovan
James Cromwell
as Leo Bardinaro
Jon Yune
as North Korean
Justin Lord
as Harkness
Mariel Aragon
as Kim Sing
Kit McDonough
as Lt. Debbie Clark
John Randolph
as Gen. Hagerty
Jane Connell
as Betty Halpern
Ford Rainey
as Gen. Coogan
Joel Brooks
as Ignazio
Andrew Duggan
as Col. Alvin `Howitzer Al' Houlihan
Stan Wells
as Pvt. Jost Van Liter
Gail Strickland
as Capt. Helen Whitfield
Ray Middleton
as Cardinal James Reardon
Rummel Mor
as Park Sung
Nicholas Pryor
as Maj. Burnham
George Wendt
as Pvt. La Roche
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
as Gen. Schwerin
Thomas Callaway
as Capt. Sweeney
Dennis Holahan
as Per Johannsen
John McLiam
as Col. Woody Cooke
Craig Wasson
as Pvt. Kurland
James Callahan
as Lt. Tommy Gillis
Joey Forman
as Jackie Flash
Martin Ferrero
as 2nd Wounded GI
Vic Tayback
as Maj. Morris
Richard Ely
as Pvt. Weston
William Watson
as Lt. Smith
Alan Fudge
as Capt. Chandler
Warren Stevens
as Col. Chaffey
Redmond Gleeson
as Sgt. Callan
Linda Kelsey
as Nurse Baker
Beeson Carroll
as Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott
Philip Baker Hall
as Sgt. Hacker
James Wainwright
as Lt. Col. Cliff Lacy
Joseph Di Reda
as Maj. Frank Dorsett
Ed Begley Jr.
as Pvt. Paul Conway
Howard Platt
as Maj. Spector
Richard Herd
as Capt. Snyder
Alan Toy
as Cochran
Michael McGuire
as Lt. Col. Barry Mulholland
Joe Pantoliano
as Cpl. Levin
Randal Patrick
as Pvt. Hicks
Brett Cullen
as Tommy McKegney
Earl Boen
as Maj. Hatch
Hennen Chambers
as Pvt. Farrel
Jim Lefebvre
as Sgt. Zurilli
Ron Howard
as Wendell
Anthony Holland
as Capt. Hildebrand
Joan Van Ark
as Lt. Erica Johnson
Joseph Stern
as Sgt. Tarola
Frank Marth
as Col. Griswald
Tom Sullivan
as Lt. Tom Straw
Susan Bredhoff
as Nurse Able
Ric Mancini
as Sgt. Bruno Hodkey
Frank Maxwell
as Lt. Col. Harold Becket
Larry Wilcox
as Mulligan
Gary Erwin
as Cpl. Dobson
Ted Gehring
as Sgt. Rhoden
Lee de Broux
as Van Kirk
Sam Weisman
as Barney Hutchinson
Albert Insinnia
as Sgt. Tornberg
Jim Knaub
as Pvt. Markham
Jack Blessing
as Lt. Rollins
John O'Connell
as Capt. Schnelker
John Matuszak
as Elmo Hitalski
Jim Boyce
as Danielson
Stu Charno
as Cpl. Sonneborn
Sandy Helberg
as Bannister
Mark Anderson
as Earle LeMasters
Mary-Robin Redd
as Sister Theresa
Bruce Kimmel
as Pvt. Gilbert
Maggie Roswell
as Sister Theresa
Clare Nono
as Choon Hi
Jeanne Schulherr
as Anesthetist
Ann Doran
as Meg Cratty
Joe Morton
as Capt. Saunders
Virginia Lee
as Kyong Ja
Ann Sweeny
as Nurse Carrie Donovan
Michael Patrick Bell
as Willie Stratton
Andy Romano
as Sgt. Justiss
Chris Winfield
as Whitefield
George Lindsey
as Capt. Roy Dupree
Kevin Geer
as Sgt. Jerry Nielson
Brad Gorman
as Russell
Lawrason Driscoll
as Lt. Forrester
Brad Wilkin
as Pvt. Scott
Patrick Swayze
as Pvt. Gary Sturgis
Philip Sterling
as Dr. Myron Herzog
Jason Bernard
as Maj. Rockingham
George Innes
as Dr. Randolph Kent
Virginia Lee
as Young Hi
Kathleen King
as Nurse Beddoes
Wayne Bryan
as Thompson
Corey John Fischer
as Capt. Phil Cardozo
Hope Summers
as Meg Cratty
Robert Weaver
as Gary Mitchell
Bill Fletcher
as Vinnie Pratt
Gene Chronopoulos
as Greek Sergeant
Dennis Kort
as Howard Owens
Brian Dennehy
as MP Connors
RONNY GRAHAM
as Gribble
Rod Gist
as Chalk
Hugh Gillin
as Gen. Tomlin
Peggy Lee Brennan
as Lt. Linda Nugent
Brad Wilkins
as Pvt. Scott
Ed Vasgersian
as Capt. Broz
Tony Becker
as Pvt. Brown
Leo Lewis
as Sgt. Barnstable
William Lucking
as Marty Ubancic
Guy Boyd
as Sgt. Lally
Ed Flanders
as Bricker
Dennis Fimple
as Sgt. Pryor
Frank Aletter
as Maj. Stoner
Bruce Kirby
as Sgt. Kimble
Scott Mulhern
as Andy Cooper
Neil Hunt
as Enright
Todd Davis
as Latimer
Mark Taylor
as Sgt. O'Malley
Daren Kelly
as Sgt. Herbert
Fred Stuthman
as Professor
Michael Currie
as Dr. Breuer
Carl Freed
as Patient
Rodney Saulsberry
as Cpl. Oldham
Robert Balderson
as Capt. Bratton
Laurence Fishburne
as Cpl. Dorsey
Gene Pietragallo
as Cpl. Fisher
Roger Hampton
as Marine No. 1
Kavi Raz
as Rammurti Lal
Michael Swan
as Lt. Brannum
George Morgan
as Fr. John Mulcahy
Jerry Zaks
as Phil Walker
Michael Lerner
as Futterman
Dudley Knight
as Maj. Overman
Sandy Kenyon
as Woodruff
David Hirokane
as Chinese Soldier
Philip Bruns
as Col. Hedley
Calvin Levels
as Pvt. Jackson
Jeff Tyler
as Soldier
James Emery
as Corpsman
Britt Leach
as Dan Blevik
Robert Alan Browne
as Col. Crocker
Bert Kramer
as Sgt. Martin
Fred Lerner
as Patient #1
Alan Manson
as Col. Hersh
Todd Susman
as Danny Baker
Brad Trumbull
as Col. Atkins
Alba Francesca
as Nurse King
Ron Kolman
as Shapiro
Leonard Stone
as Col. Bidwell
Ron Max
as Grich
Walter Brooke
as Gen. Lyle Weiskopf
Mel Harris
as Driver
James Gallery
as Murray Thompson
Michael Choe
as Soon Chi Lu
William Rogers
as Cpl. Logan
Andrew Dice Clay
as Cpl. Hrabosky
Allen Williams
as Lt. Priore
James Karen
as Dr. Chesler
Matthew Price
as Cpl. Marsh
Beulah Quo
as Mama Ku
James B. Sikking
as Finance Officer
John Ritter
as Pvt. Carter
Joseph Maher
as Maj. Taylor
Susan Krebs
as Nurse Gleason
John Durren
as Rimmerman
David Lyman
as Johnson
Kurt Andon
as Patient
Marcia Rodd
as Lorraine Anderson
Mic Rodgers
as Private
Randy Stumpf
as Greek Soldier
Philip Simms
as Vitello
Stanley Wells
as Pvt. Jost Van Liter
Cyril O'Reilly
as Pvt. Nick Gillis
Jack Riley
as Kaplan
Rick Moses
as Lindstrom
Sarah Fankboner
as Nurse Klein
Le Quynh
as Korean Man
Robin Riker
as Nurse Perry
Rebecca Taylor
as Nurse Campbell
Teck Murdock
as Patient
George Cheung
as Soldier No. 1
John C. Johnson
as Truck Driver
Jerry Harper
as Sergeant
Orlando Dole
as Ethiopian Soldier
Stafford Repp
as Sgt. Clay
Suesie Elene
as Mai Ping
Joe Tornatore
as Sgt. Solita
Stephen Keep
as General's Aide
Denny Miller
as Shore Patrol No. 1
James Barron
as Patient
Jin Taek Yi
as Korean Soldier
David Packer
as Pvt. Lumley
Chip Johnson
as Capt. Sterne
Craig Jue
as Benny
Sherry Stephens
as Nurse Able
Albert Hall
as Corporal
Bart Braverman
as Pvt. Habib
Jae Woo Lee
as Korean Guard
Chris Mulkey
as Soldier
Paul Linke
as Collins
Charles B. Jenkins
as Pvt. Lovett
Elizabeth Farley
as Louise Harper
Ray Lynch
as Bridegroom
John LavachieIIi
as Young Turk
Cameron Dye
as Soldier
Perry Lang
as Sandler
Phil Brock
as Pvt. Walt Palmer
William G. Schilling
as Sgt. McFarland
Mark Herrier
as Cpl. Stoddard
Chuck Hicks
as Patient #2
Suzanne Zenor
as Nurse Murphy
Curt Lowens
as Col. Blanche
Ted Hamilton
as Lt. Chivers
Robert Phalen
as Blanchard
Susie Elene
as Mae Ping
Ken White
as Denning
Rick Waln
as Lt. Garvey
Larry Cedar
as Soldier
Margie Impert
as Nurse Palmer
Nathan Jung
as Korean Man
George Chung
as Peddler No. 1
Will Rogers
as Cpl. Logan
Matthew Faison
as Bill Stitzel
Michael Bond
as Capt. Hobart
Joe Corey
as Goldstein
John Kirby
as Duncan
Stuart Charno
as Cpl. Sonnerborn
Sagan Lewis
as Nurse Armstrong
Pat Li
as Soong Hi
Carol Locatell
as Nurse Gaynor
Alan McRae
as Cpl. Nessen
Marcus K. Mukai
as Soldier No. 2
Raymond Chao
as Korean Boy
Jay Fenichel
as Patient
William Kux
as Patient
Don Cummins
as MP Guard
Dennis Erdman
as Harrison
Art Evans
as Dolan
Jay Gerber
as Reporter
John A. Zee
as Sturner
Jack Aaron
as Maj. Murphy
Gary Grubbs
as Lt. Geyer
Michael Mann
as Sgt. Glassberg
Kurtis Epper Sanders
as Young Sherman Potter
Jeanne Joe
as Mrs. Kwang
Sean Walsh
as Forster
Rick Wain
as Lt. Garvey
Al Rossi
as Reporter
Gary Springer
as Pvt. Garvin
Arell Blanton
as Pvt. Hough
Barbara Tarbuck
as Maj. Judy Parker
Richard Furukawa
as Korean Boy
Arnold Turner
as Graves Registration Assistant
Jon St. Elwood
as Pvt. Reuss
Susan Berger
as Nurse No. 2
Raymond Lynch
as Bridegroom
Robert Gruber
as Sergeant
Shirlee Kong
as Korean Woman
Tom Tarpey
as Battalion Surgeon
Kurtis Sanders
as Boy Rider
Brian Fulk
as Soldier
John-Anthony Bailey
as Pvt. Whitney
Aldo Rossi
as Reporter
Arlee Reed
as Soldier
Michael Conn
as GI No. 1
John Otrin
as Ambulance Attendant
Ken Wright
as GI No. 2
David Heveran
as Patterson
Paul Ventura
as Soldier
Juney Smith
as GI No. 3
Andrew Parks
as Dying Soldier
Wayne Morton
as Enlisted Man
David Orr
as Patient
Robert Hill
as Corpsman No. 2
John Shearin
as Chopper Pilot
Lang Yun
as Woman on Bus
Jim Lau
as Chinese Musician
Byron Jeong
as Chinese Musician
Jen-Chia Chang
as Chinese Musician
Frank Zi-Li Peong
as Chinese Musician
Lawrence Soong
as Chinese Musician
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Sep 17, 1972
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Burt Metcalfe, Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart
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