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Hawkeye: Look, I know how tough it is for you to say goodbye, so I'LL say it. Maybe you're right, maybe we WILL see each other again, but just in case we don't, I want you to know how much you've m...

Quote of the Day: *M*A*S*H – “Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen”

February 1983 M*A*S*H finale. Goodbye, Farewell and Amen is a television movie that served as the and final episode of the M*A*S*H television series.

M*A*S*H Forty years ago, on Sept. 17, 1972, a TV show about an army surgical hospital premiered. Although it had been based on a popular movie, many wondered if a dramedy about war would be successful. It was slow going in the first season, but "M*A*S*H" gained a devoted audience and became one of the most beloved and longest-running series in history.

M*A*S*H on Sept. a TV show about an army surgical hospital premiered. Based on a popular movie, it gained a devoted audience and became one of the most beloved and longest-running series in history.

#mash #M*A*S*H - Hawkeye Pierce and Radar O'Reilly

Hawkeye Pierce and Radar O'Reilly - one of the only people Hawkeye ever saluted!

Suicide is Painless (M.A.S.H Theme) Song...I've always heard the Instrumental never the real song; So if you are like me click to listen...

Suicide is Painless (M.H Theme) - A song that truly fits the show (and movie) perfectly!

Happy 10th birthday, M*A*S*H! (1981) - Max Klinger -- an old article from Dynamite about the 10 year ann

Happy 10th birthday, M*A*S*H! (1981

' Morgan was already a veteran of iconic TV shows like ' Dragnet' and movies like ' High Noon,' when he joined the MASH cast. Oh Klinger you devil!

M*A*S*H. Bottom row, left to right: Frank Burns, Hawkeye Pierce, Trapper (John) McIntyre, Radar O'riley, Max Klinger.  Top row, left to right: Magaret Houlihan, Henry Blake, and Father Mulcahy.

Wayne Rogers autographed color photograph M*A*S*H

M.A.S.H: Film, Genres | The Red List

TV Guide February 1973 - Gary Burghoff, McLean Stevenson, Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers, Loretta Swit and Larry Linville of M*A*S*H*.

M*A*S*H  (I never watched this when it was on the air but after serving in Iraq I can soooo relate and it is one of my absolute fave shows!)

The 10 All-Time Best TV Shows Adapted From Books

I read the book, saw the movie - then when the TV series started, I thought "this is going to be dumb" but instead it was great! Loved Mash in all it's forms!

Col. Henry Blake unknown birth year - 1950. R.I.P. Brought to you by M.A.S.H. 4077 and the Capitol

Henry Blake unknown birth year - R. Brought to you by M. 4077 and the Capitol

M*A*S*H ~ Oh yea! My faves on the show were Alan Alda and Harry Morgan! Love to catch the reruns when I can!

September 1972 – February The Korean war as seen through the antics of the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.

'M*A*S*H' rates as Baby Boomer TV favorite - National baby boomer | Examiner.com

Mash, a classic, that I still watch on occasion.

"M*A*S*H" TV show (1982 photo)...my dad was in Korea during the rebuild time after the Korean War. He loved this tv show and so did we.

M*A*S*H: 1972 - 1983 One of the most beloved television series of all time. A phenomenal show that was very groundbreaking for its time. Many of the best shows of today owe a lot of credit to this program.

Alan Alda. M*A*S*H depicted a medical team operating a field hospital during the Korean War. Great show.

Alan Alda - M*A*S*H