M*A*S*H

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The 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital is stuck in the middle of the Korean war. With little help from the circumstances they find themselves in, they are forced to make their own fun. Fond of practical jokes and revenge, the doctors, nurses, administrators, and soldiers often find ways of making wartime life bearable.


Aliases
  • MASH
  • M.A.S.H
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  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 70994
  • Status Ended
  • First Aired September 17, 1972
  • Recent May 18, 2002
  • Network CBS FOX
  • Average Runtime 26 minutes
  • Genres Comedy Drama War
  • Original Country United States of America
  • Original Language English
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  • Episode Screenshot Format 4:3 Screencap
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  • Created February 4, 2008 by
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  • Modified March 5, 2024 by
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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials November 1991 May 2002 2
Season 1 September 1972 March 1973 24
Season 2 September 1973 March 1974 24
Season 3 September 1974 March 1975 24
Season 4 September 1975 February 1976 24
Season 5 September 1976 March 1977 24
Season 6 September 1977 March 1978 24
Season 7 September 1978 March 1979 25
Season 8 September 1979 March 1980 25
Season 9 November 1980 May 1981 20
Season 10 October 1981 April 1982 21
Season 11 October 1982 February 1983 16
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
Unassigned Episodes 253
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 253
Season From To Episodes
Unassigned Episodes 253
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Alan Alda 51 02/17/1973 - 02/28/1983
Larry Gelbart 46 09/17/1972 - 02/24/1976
Charles S. Dubin 44 02/03/1976 - 02/14/1983
Burt Metcalfe 33 11/11/1975 - 02/28/1983
Gene Reynolds 29 09/17/1972 - 03/15/1977
Hy Averback 19 10/01/1972 - 03/22/1982
Don Weis 16 11/12/1972 - 01/17/1978
Jackie Cooper 15 01/21/1973 - 01/26/1974
Harry Morgan 11 01/27/1976 - 01/03/1983
Mike Farrell 10 03/05/1979 - 01/10/1983
William Jurgensen 10 02/11/1975 - 12/03/1979
Karen Hall 8 12/08/1980 - 02/28/1983
George Tyne 7 12/09/1975 - 11/13/1978
William Wiard 6 11/19/1972 - 10/27/1973
David Ogden Stiers 3 11/02/1981 - 04/12/1982
Nell Cox 3 03/16/1981 - 12/20/1982
Alan Rafkin 2 10/12/1976 - 02/15/1977
Tony Mordente 2 10/23/1978 - 02/19/1979
Jamie Farr 2 02/07/1983
Earl Bellamy 2 01/07/1973 - 03/18/1973
James Sheldon 2 12/24/1972 - 01/01/1979
Lee Philips 2 10/22/1972 - 02/18/1975
Stuart Millar 1 01/03/1978
Rena Down 1 01/26/1981
Michael O'Herlihy 1 09/24/1972
Mel Damski 1 12/04/1978
Gabriel Beaumont 1 03/09/1981
E.W. Swackhamer 1 10/08/1972
John Erman 1 11/21/1975
Susan Oliver 1 10/25/1982
Joan Darling 1 10/19/1976
Bruce Bilson 1 11/05/1972
Joshua Shelley 1 03/01/1977
Terry Becker 1 12/10/1972
Norman Tokar 1 09/22/1973
Mike Switzer 1 12/06/1982
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Laurence Marks 28 10/15/1972 - 02/20/1978
Everett Greenbaum 25 09/10/1974 - 02/06/1978
Jim Fritzell 25 09/10/1974 - 02/06/1978
David Pollock 19 12/01/1980 - 02/28/1983
Elias Davis 18 12/01/1980 - 02/28/1983
Ken Levine 17 10/05/1976 - 10/15/1979
David Isaacs 17 10/05/1976 - 10/15/1979
Dan Wilcox 16 09/24/1979 - 02/28/1983
Thad Mumford 16 09/24/1979 - 02/28/1983
Dennis Koenig 15 09/17/1979 - 02/14/1983
John Rappaport 9 10/22/1979 - 02/28/1983
Ronny Graham 8 01/24/1978 - 11/12/1979
Larry Balmagia 8 01/30/1978 - 12/13/1982
Burt Prelutsky 7 11/07/1975 - 11/29/1977
Simon Muntner 6 02/11/1975 - 02/17/1976
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason 5 12/15/1973 - 10/19/1976
Sid Dorfman 5 02/25/1973 - 01/18/1977
Mary Kay Place 4 12/15/1973 - 12/10/1974
Jay Folb 4 11/21/1975 - 02/22/1977
Erik Tarloff 3 01/19/1974 - 01/05/1981
Tom Reeder 3 11/27/1978 - 02/19/1979
Robert Klane 3 03/25/1973 - 01/21/1975
John D. Hess 3 12/03/1974 - 01/25/1977
Sheldon Keller 3 02/04/1973 - 01/26/1974
Jim Mulligan 3 10/22/1979 - 12/31/1979
McLean Stevenson 3 11/03/1973
Hal Dressner 2 11/26/1972 - 12/24/1972
Jerry Mayer 2 01/21/1973 - 10/06/1973
Gary Markowitz 2 01/20/1976 - 09/28/1976
Mitch Markowitz 2 01/22/1979 - 02/14/1979
Bob Klane 2 10/01/1972 - 11/12/1972
Allan Katz 2 10/26/1976 - 02/22/1977
Carl Kleinschmitt 2 01/28/1973 - 10/27/1973
Paul Perlove 2 12/07/1981 - 12/14/1981
Burt Styler 2 09/24/1972 - 11/05/1972
Bernard Dilbert 2 11/24/1973 - 01/29/1979
Bill Idelson 2 11/23/1976 - 01/17/1978
Don Reo 2 10/26/1976 - 02/22/1977
Sheldon Bull 2 10/02/1978 - 11/17/1980
Richard M. Powell 1 11/17/1973
Sy Rosen 1 10/29/1979
Bob Colleary 1 10/01/1979
Keith Walker 1 09/22/1973
Les Charles 1 10/03/1975
John Reiger 1 02/16/1974
Allyn Freeman 1 03/27/1978
Rick Mittleman 1 10/10/1975
John Regier 1 01/20/1976
Johnny Bonaduce 1 10/23/1978
Glen Charles 1 10/03/1975
Gary David Goldberg 1 11/13/1978
Richard Cogan 1 11/16/1976
Hank Bradford 1 01/12/1981
David Ketchum 1 01/14/1973
Mark Horowitz 1 02/16/1974
Marc Mandel 1 10/20/1973
Burt Prlutsky 1 01/27/1976
Arthur Julian 1 02/18/1975
Walter D. Dishell 1 11/26/1979
Bruce Shelly 1 01/14/1973
Lee H. Grant 1 01/18/1982
Dominick R. Palmer Junior 1 10/02/1978
Ed Jurist 1 12/22/1973

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