In just my second solo podcast I talk about a lethal buddy cop movie, a spy franchise and three television series all celebrating anniversaries that are a part of my world.
Allan Arbus A film, stage and television actor died Friday at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 95 from complications of congestive heart failure.
General Clayton wants to film a documentary on a M*A*S*H unit and nominates the 4077th for filming. A movie director from Special Services, Lieutenant Bricker, is assigned to construct the film.
M*A*S*H’s third season comprises several benchmark episodes. In “Rainbow Bridge,” Hawkeye, Trapper, Radar, Klinger, and an opportunistic Frank Burns participate in a swap with the North Koreans of wounded POWs. In “The Consultant,” Robert Alda (Alan’s dad) guest stars as… Read More ›
After meeting new nurse Margie Cutler together, Hawkeye and Trapper each are determined to become her lover. While they are all discussing surgical procedures in the mess tent Major Houlihan tells Cutler she needs to see her.
Actor Harry Morgan, who appeared in more than 100 films but was best known for television roles including Colonel Sherman Potter in the popular series “M*A*S*H,” died Wednesday at his Los Angeles home, age 96.
The first Season of M*A*S*H began with the Pilot episode that aired on September 17, 1972. A total of 24 episodes were produced. The following episodes are some of my favorites from the first season.