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MASH (1970)

M*A*S*H Gives A D*A*M*N.

Original Title : MASH
Director : Robert Altman
Writer : Richard Hooker
Ring Lardner Jr.
Genre : Comedy
War
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Leon Ericksen , Ingo Preminger
Music : Johnny Mandel
Ian Freebairn-Smith
Ahmad Jamal
Photography : Harold E. Stine
MPAA Rating : Rated R for sexual content. (edited version)
IMDB ID : 0066026
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MASH (1970) - Robert Altman
 

Starring

Donald Sutherland Capt. Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce
Elliott Gould Capt. John Francis Xavier 'Trapper' John McIntyre
Tom Skerritt Capt. Augustus Bedford 'Duke' Forrest
Sally Kellerman Maj. Margaret 'Hot Lips' O'Houlihan
Robert Duvall Maj. Frank Burns
Roger Bowen Lt. Col. Henry Braymore Blake
Rene Auberjonois Father John Patrick 'Dago Red' Mulcahy
David Arkin SSgt. Vollmer/PA Announcr
Jo Ann Pflug Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider
Gary Burghoff Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
Fred Williamson Capt. Oliver Harmon 'Spearchucker' Jones
Michael Murphy Capt. Ezekiel Bradbury 'Me Lay' Marston IV
Indus Arthur Lt. Leslie
Ken Prymus Pvt. Seidman
Bobby Troup SSgt. Gorman
Kim Atwood Ho-Jon
Timothy Brown Cpl. Judson (as Tim Brown
John Schuck Capt. Walter Kosciusko 'Painless Pole' Waldowski
Dawne Damon Lt. Storch
Carl Gottlieb Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
Tamara Wilcox-Smith Capt. Bridget 'Knocko' McCarthy (as Tamara Horrocks
G. Wood Brig. Gen. Charlie Hammond
Bud Cort Pvt. Lorenzo Boone
Danny Goldman Capt. Murrhardt
Corey Fischer Capt. Bandini
Stephen Altman Duke's 5-Year-Old Son (uncredited
Tommy Brown Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Buck Buchanan Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Jack Concannon Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Michael Consoldane Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Cathleen Cordell Capt. Peterson, Nurse Corps (uncredited
Ben Davidson Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
James B. Douglas Col. Wallace C. Merril (uncredited
Tom Falk Corporal (uncredited
John Fujioka Japanese Golf Pro (uncredited
Sumi Haru Japanese Nurse (uncredited
Susan Ikeda Japanese Caddie (uncredited
Dale Ishimoto Korean Doctor (uncredited
Jerry Jones Motor Pool Sergeant (uncredited
Joe Kapp Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Ted Knight Offstage Dialog (voice
Harvey Levine 2nd Lieutenant (uncredited
Weaver Levy Korean Doctor (uncredited
Marvin Miller Offstage Dialog (voice
John Myers Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Lloyd Nelson Offstage Voice (uncredited
Monica Peterson Pretty W.A.C. Receptionist (uncredited
Masami Saito Japanese Caddie (uncredited
Samantha Scott Nurse/Pin-up Model (uncredited
Noland Smith Football Player, 325th Evac. 'Superbug' (uncredited
Fran Tarkenton Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Rick Teal Hammond's Aide (uncredited
Dianne Turley Travis Correspondent (uncredited
Sal Viscuso P.A. Announcer (voice
Hiroko Watanabe Japanese Prostitute (uncredited
Howard Williams Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Tom Woodeschick Football Player, 325th Evac. (uncredited
Yoko Young Japanese Servant (uncredited
 

Plot

November, 1951. The 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital is shaken up by the arrival of Captains Hawkeye Pierce and Duke Forrest...crack surgeons but lousy soldiers. Joined by renowned chest-cutter Trapper John McIntyre, the surgeons set about dealing with the daily carnage of the war by raising hell. From getting rid of the idiotic Major Burns, to helping the camp dentist commit "suicide", there's no lengths the Swampmen won't go to distract themselves from the horrors of war.