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Opened in Theaters: Sunday, January 25th, 1970

Directed by Robert Altman

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M*A*S*H
Academy Award® Winner
Surgical hijinks unfold as ace Army cutters subvert the Korean War, drive lieutenants over the edge, chase after wary nurses, and have fun with syringes during an epic football game--all the while...  View more >

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Starring Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberAug 6, 2008

I didn't care much about the TV series. don't get me wrong, I like the series, but I thought it was over-rated. I think that the 2 1/2 hour farewell episode is overblowen. but I really like the 1970 movie version The film looks at the harsh lives of Doctors and nurses who worked at the field hospital patching up patients, only to return to the front. I love Hawkeye, he's that guy who rarely salute a officer. His only concern is for the wounded. If not that he will get drunk with Trapper John and play plank on Frank Burns. I like the song "Sucide is Painless," which will be the theme of the TV series. Robert altman directed this movie based on the novel by Richard Hooker. At the end, there is a football game which in the end, reality sets in when more wounded came pouring in. That's the reality of war and MASH wakes us up to that reality.  




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