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- DescriptionFeatures all twenty-five episodes from season eight. Episodes include: 'Too Many Cooks', 'Are You Now, Margaret', 'Guerilla My Dreams', 'Good-Bye Radar', 'Period Of Adjustment', 'Nurse Doctor', 'Private Finance', 'Life Time', 'Stars And Stripes', 'Heal Thyself' and 'April Fools'.
- Leading Role 1Alan Alda
- Leading Role 2Loretta Swit
- Leading Role 3Harry Morgan
- Additional Roles byDavid Ogden Stiers,Jamie Farr,Mike Farrell
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2005
- Additional GenreGeneral
- Running Time605 minutes
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- suziewong.12329 Jul, 2011by
laughs, friendships, life experiences,loss and coming together of friends
this is a present for my mum, i remember growing up watching m.a.s.h i knew she doesnt have this one thought it would be nice treat for her plus i get to borrow it. the thing i dont like is the box its in the cd holder bits one is a dummy so you could mistake it for a missing cd if you didnt know there was 3 cd's in it, all the m.a.s.h collections are awesome great to watch a great depiction of a time of trials and triumphs up and downs love and losses for those in a terrible war, gives you a taste of what it may have been like for those involved in it. a must see for any one who is intrseted in stories, fun, tears,laughter love hardiships, and a love of green army colours .
- sherrily98617 Jan, 2010by
How can you NOT love this show?!
This show is fantastic. I am almost 30, as I grew up I heard stories about it for years - the final episode being the most watched programme ever. I managed to catch it on satellite TV and I was hooked! It balances the drama and tragedy of the Korean War brilliantly with the comedic antics of the doctors and nurses trying to cope with trying to save lives on a daily basis. M*A*S*H became one of my firm favourites with Season 4, Colonel Potter is introduced - the second commander in the show who becomes a father figure to those under his command and entertains thoroughly - and also BJ Hunnicutt arrives to replace Trapper John as partner-in-crime to central character Hawkeye Pierce - the buddy dynamic is better here because in Seasons 1-3 the two actors seemed to be engaging in one-upmanship of performance whilst from Season 4 the actors form a real double-act which is smooth, very funny, at times touching and really adds to the show's foundation. Read full review
- pjmckenzie28 Feb, 2009by
Moving from a comedy to a drama
This series heralds the last of the main character changes that occurred until M*A*S*H was wound up some three series later. The last character to leave was of course Radar, played by Gary Burghoff. The role of company clerk was then taken up by the hapless cross-dressing cpl. Max Klinger, played by Jamie Farr. A mammouth workload of paperwork and red tape seemed to keep Klinger occupied to a point where he abandonded his Transvestite Section 8 attempts shortly afterwards and with the odd exception wore his army-issue khakis until the very end. This series was also noted for containing a number of more poignant and overtly anti-war episodes (a classic example of this, is the episode: "Dreams") and began a less-than-subtle shift in direction, which moved M*A*S*H more towards a drama and away from being a comedy. All in all a worthwhile addition to any fan's collection. Read full review
- tilkaharveydesi...17 Apr, 2007by
Loads of laughs
The entire M*A*S*H series is fabulous. Funny and endearing with well developed characters and excellent script writing. I've watched each episode many times and it never seems to get old. Owning the entire series is a must!