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M*A*S*H TV Season 3
MASH TV Season 3
Actors: Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers, Larry Linville, Gary Burghoff, Jamie Farr
Genres: Comedy, Television
UR     2008     10hr 12min

By the show¬'s third year ratings were high enough to give the writers and creators more leverage with the network and thus a bit less trouble with the censors. In addition, the show¬'s writers were more experienced with ...  more »


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Actors: Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers, Larry Linville, Gary Burghoff, Jamie Farr
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Comedy, Classic TV
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Dubbed,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 11/11/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 10hr 12min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English, French, Spanish
Subtitles: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

Z. Jackson | 01/04/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This was another excellent season of MASH with the humor goodness we are use to as well as some excellent episodes. This is also a Season we see more emotion with the characters specially in the episode "Abyssinia, Henry" where Henry Blake's plane is shot down on his way home. This is also the last season we see Trapper JOhn and Hawkeyee together in there comic duo.

"THE GENERAL FLIPPED AT DAWN: When Major General Bratford Hamitlon Steele arrives to inspect the 407, he decides to move the unit closer to the front an insane idea, but then the general is quite insane.
"RAINBOW BRIDGE" An unusual offer from the Chinese to swap POW patients nearly ends in disaster when a jittery Frank secretly brings a tiny gun to the meeting place.
"OFFICER OF THE DAY" Colonel Flagg finds himself up against the wiles of Hawkeye and Trapper after he orders them to patch up a North Korean prisoner so he'll survive until his execution.
"IRON GUTS KELLY" When General Iron Guts Kelly visits the 4077, his unfortunate demise on the cot in Houlihan's tent leaves his aide frantically scrambling to contrive a more heroic death.
"O.R." A hectic day in the O.R. has all the docs overworked, exhausted, and facing enormous pressure as they second-guess some of te day's countless life and death decisions.
"SPRINGTIME" Spring is in the air as Klinger learns his sweetheart back home wants to marry him, Frank and Margaret go on a romantic picnic, and Radar falls for a nurse named Louise!
"CHECK-UP" Trapper's ulcer appears to be his ticket home - until newly revised Army regulations from Headquarters arrive during his farewell party.
"LIFE WITH FATHER" Father Mulchy has his hands fully trying to meet the religious needs of many different faiths and also the needs of those receiving unwanted news during mail call.
"ALCOHOLICS UNANIMOUS" Frank, temporarily in charge of the 4077, causes a near riot when he dismantles the still in the Bachelor Officers' Tent and declares prohibition.
"THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A NURSE" Hawkeye and Trapper try to keep everyone's spirits up after the threat of an enemy parachute drop results in the evacuation of all the nurses.
"ADAM'S RIB" Fed up with a steady diet of liver and fish, Hawkeye has Radar order take-out from Adam's Rib, a rib-joint in Chicago, and his Klinger's uncle send it to the 4077.
"A FULL RICH DAY" Henry finds himself under pressure from Headquarters to find the body of a wounded solider who arrived at the 4077 then mysteriously disappeared.
"MAD DOGS AND SERVICEMEN" While the camp conducts a search for a dog that bit Radar, Hawkeye deals with a GI who's suffering from a dangerous case of hysterical paralysis.
"PRIVATE CHARLES LAMB" Hawkeye and Trapper work through the night to create a Spam lamb after Radar finagles a medical discharge for the lamb slated to be the main dish of a Greek feast.
"BOMBED" When friendly fire traps Margaret and Trapper together in the supply room, a jealous Frank finds himself blurting out the three little words Margaret has longed to hear.
"BULLETIN BOARD" A Shirley Temple movie, a sex lecture by Henry, and a cookout provide welcome, if hilarious, relief for the busy personnel of the 4077.
"THE CONSULTANT" A visiting doctor who says he can save a soldier's leg by using a new artery transplant technique shows up too drunk to operate when it's time to perform the surgery.
"HOUSE ARREST" Margaret says she witnessed Hawkeye taking a swing at Frank, but then quickly changes her story after catching Frank with a female colonel in her tent.
"AID STATION" Hawkeye, Margaret and Klinger gain new respect for each other after being sent to work together a station at the front.
"LOVE AND MARRIAGE" When Hawkeye and Traper are asked to five a Korean bride-to-be a clean bill of health so she can enter the states, they uncover a marriage scam being run out of Rosie's bar.
"BIG MAC" While a vist by General MacArthur has most of the the camp buzzing with excitement, Klinger sees the visit as the perfect opportunity to get dressed up - and discharged!
"PAYDAY" After giving the orphanage a $3000 overpayment that was in his monthly paycheck, Hawkeye faces arrest unless he can win the money back in the 4077 monthly poker game
"WHITE GOLD" Colonel Flagg takes all the 4077's penicillin, saying he needs to trade it to the North Koreans for information - but that's before he unexpectedly needs some for himself.
"ABYSSINIA, HENRY" While everyone is happy that Henry is being discharged and going home. Hawkeye and Trapper lament the fact that Frank will be the new commanding officer."
Positively Mash's best season is season #3
Frank J. Nocera | Utah | 02/09/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Every episode clicks and they have the best episodes imaginable in this season! The cast was totally seasoned to their characters by this time! Among the best eps on here are the General Flipped at Dawn. This ep is of course the one where Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele (three e's not all of them in a row) shows up at the 4077th and acts zanier than Klinger! He is played by Harry Morgan soon to be Col. Potter in season 4! This ep is jam packed with clever laughs and its the truest winner of them all!"
Klinger in full bloomers and I'll be seein' ya, Henry.
Mark J. Fowler | Okinawa, Japan | 09/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The original cast was firmly established and this season gave the show's creative staff freedom to flesh out the characters and make use of jokes that were all the funnier because we already feel like we know these people.

In the Colonel Potter years - meaning the last eight years - we didn't get to see the Klinger that is in his fullest bloomers in this season. If you were a MASH afficionado and you had the task of providing a one sentence biography of every character, wouldn't your description of Klinger HAVE to include "Lebanese Corporal from Toledo who dressed like a woman in an attempt to have the Army declare him insane and sent home?" This season benefits from the contrast between the two corporals - Klinger and Radar. Radar, with his Nehi-drinking, teddy-bear hugging innocence and Klinger, wearing dresses that wouldn't have been out of place on Hollywood's Red Carpets.

The show never gives a good send-off to Wayne Rogers' character, Trapper John McIntyre. Trapper and Hawkeye's relationship was always the centerpiece of the show, until Trapper leaves, replaced by B.J. Hunnicut (in the next season).

Lt Col Henry Blake leaves this season as well, and McClean Stevenson's final show "Abyssinia Henry" remains one of the most emotional of the entire eleven-year run.

There are several events in the show's history that remain emotional touchstones, but season three began to demonstrate the depth to which the creators could blend comedy and tragedy.

I'll be seein' ya, Henry."