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  • Actors: Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers, Loretta Swit, Jamie Farr, William Christopher
  • Directors: Alan Alda, Jamie Farr, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell, Burt Metcalfe
  • Format: Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 7, 2006
  • Run Time: 490 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HT3P5G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,047 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "M*A*S*H - Season Eleven (Collector's Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Disc 1: Hey, Look Me Over, Trick or Treatment, Foreign Affairs, The Joker is Wild, Who Knew?, Bombshells, Settling Debts, The Moon is Not Blue
  • Disc 2: Run For the Money, U.N., the Night and the Music, Strange Bedfellows, Say No More, Friends and Enemies, Give and Take
  • Disc 3: Goodbye, Farewell and Amen
  • Option to watch episodes with or without laughtrack

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As the eleventh season begins, rumors are running rampant around camp. One rumor has everyone believing that Marilyn Monroe is going to pay the 4077 a special visit, while another claims that the peace talks are finally making headway. This second rumor gets Margaret thinking after Charles mentions how a Los Angeles skyscraper had a time capsule built into its cornerstone. Although he thinks the idea is insane, Margaret decides to make a time capsule of her own to bury in camp. "We could put something in the ground to remind people we were here," she suggested. With Hawkeye's help, items from around camp were gathered up for the capsule: a chopper's broken fan belt, Radar's teddy bear, one of Henry Blake's fishing flies, a bottle of Charles's cognac and Father Mulcahy's boxing gloves.

And finally, the gang of the 4077 hears the announcement they've been waiting for:

"This is Robert Pierpoint speaking to you from nearby Panmunjom. It is one minute before ten p.m. We can still hear the sound of nearby artillery. At some point during the next few seconds, the guns should go silent, as the cease-fire officially goes into effect...

There it is. That's the sound of peace."

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Here's an essential addition to the TV time capsule, M*A*S*H's complete final season, including the DVD premiere of the historic feature-length final episode, "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen." Still the most watched television series episode ever, "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" brings M*A*S*H to a richly satisfying conclusion, giving each of its characters dramatic and fitting curtain calls. But the finale shouldn't completely overshadow what was a memorable and multi-Emmy-nominated season. After a decade, Kellye Nakahara, as compassionate and "cute as hell" Nurse Kellye, gets her own showcase episode with "Hey, Look Me Over." Echoing his obsession with "Adam's Ribs" back in season 3, "The Moon Is Not Blue," finds Hawkeye (Alan Alda) determined to secure for the morale-challenged camp a screening of a supposedly scandalous film. In "Friends and Enemies," Col. Potter (Henry Morgan) has the difficult task of confronting an officer, an old friend, who is irresponsibly endangering his men. After 11 seasons, we don't need anyone to tell us yet again that the "good and decent" people at the 4077th "make use of humor as a weapon against war," as a U.N. dignitary observes in one episode. In "The Joker Is Wild," B.J. (Mike Farrell) confirms his status as the camp's reigning practical joker with an epic, "brilliantly conceived" prank against Hawkeye.

Two emotional episodes set the stage for the finale. In "Who Knew?" a nurse's tragic death moves Hawkeye to show what he feels "through the (wise)cracks" and tell those in camp he is closest to that he loves them. In the penultimate episode, "As Time Goes By," Margaret (Loretta Switt) collects camp artifacts, among them, Radar's teddy bear, to put in a time capsule. Finally, after 251 episodes, there is "the sound of peace" in "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen," but not before a traumatic incident sends Hawkeye to a psychiatric ward, B.J. is sent home before he can say goodbye to Hawkeye, Charles (David Ogden Stiers) forms an attachment to a band of Chinese musicians, and Klinger (Jamie Farr) falls in love with a Korean woman separated from her family. That there is no audio commentary for this television benchmark is a major disappointment, but the series eloquently speaks for itself. M*A*S*H, we salute you. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

One of the best shows that ever made.
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At the end they release a "Box Set" with many extras for a hundred dollars cheaper!!!
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I can watch the episodes whenever I want with no deleted scenes and no Commercials.
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100 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Randall Banks on September 1, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 11 left like M*A*S*H came in, with class. Though the show was completely different by the end, the show was still quality entertainment. The message and medium were radically different, but the quality was never lost. Even after 11 years M*A*S*H was still able to make you laugh, think, and cry, sometimes all in one episode. Some shows leave on crutches with lame stories and a tired cast. M*A*S*H didn't suffer that fate. That was rare 20 years ago, and even rarer today.

HEY LOOK ME OVER - Hawkeye sees nurse Kellye in a whole new light when she consoles a dying patient. Margaret, though, is putting up with a no-nonsence nurse who's giving the camp a once over.

TRICK OR TREATMENT - Halloween spooks most members as they exchange stories in O.R after a planned party is interupted by an influx of wounded. Mulcahy returns very tired after being worn out at the orphanage. He finds that there was a casualty, or so everyone thinks, when the good Father finds a tear in the soldier's eye.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS - Charles falls in love with a French nurse whose background concerns him. Meanwhile a North Korean prisoner is sought as a defector.

THE JOKER IS WILD - B.J, tired of hearing about Trapper's legacy as a practical joker, promises the biggest joke of all time. But, who's the real target?

WHO KNEW? - Hawkeye offeres to deliver a eulogy for a nurse that nobody knew, he dated a few times, and many didn't have good feelings for.

BOMBSHELLS - Hawkeye and Charles start a rumor, with Klinger, that Marilyn Monroe is coming to the 4077th. Word spreads like mad and almost everyone is extremely excited, including generals. B.J.s more concerned about a soldier that he had to leave for dead under fire while rescuing another.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By T. Mathison on November 11, 2006
Format: DVD
FIRST, I do love M*A*S*H!! I looked at the reviews regarding M*A*S*H Season 11 and was deeply disappointed to find out that Season 11, when purchased separately, does not include 2 additional discs that are sold with the new 36 disc complete set. I called FOX and left a nice but concerning message with FOX home video regarding this and requesting them to do something for us. The number for FOX home video is: 888-223-2369.

Maybe if more loyal M*A*S*H fans who have purchased all 10 Seasons of M*A*S*H called FOX Video, maybe they would make things right for all of us loyal M*A*S*H fans.

Another loyal reviewer noted the following: "Warner is doing a specatular thing with the Astaire & Rogers Ultimate collection with doing a partial set to be nice to those that bought volume 1. FOX should definitly do the same thing for the devoted M*A*S*H fans who forked over a lot of money for 4 years! Place your calls now! If they would offer at a reasonable price a partial set that includes the 36 disc box with just the DVDs for season 11 and the bonus discs and added materials, I am sure most of us would appreciate it and go for it. FOX would be a hero if they did it! Make your calls now!"

Thank you for your time~
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Gregory J. Bendokus on November 12, 2006
Format: DVD
If you've read some of my earlier season reviews, I kind of had a feeling this would happen.

I am staying calm about this for now, but if Fox knows what's good for them, they WILL make those 2 discs full of extras that are in the box set available to us. I am going to be optimistic here and predict that they will. If not, well, this is the last Fox DVD I'll be buying.

Still rated this 4 stars, as it's worth it just for the farewell episode..
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jim on November 3, 2006
Format: DVD
If you were one of us who purchased the previous 10 seasons of M*A*S*H and would like to receive the Ultimate box with season 11 and the bonus discs, call the following number and state your complaints. I called FOX video and they "claimed" that nobody has called in to complain. The number for FOX home video is: 888-223-2369. I spoke with a person by the name of Erica, the manager at the facility is Chantel. I advise that everyone call to put pressure on them to get this done. Warner is doing a specatular thing with the Astaire & Rogers Ultimate collection with doing a partial set to be nice to those that bought volume 1. FOX should definitly do the same thing for the devoted M*A*S*H fans who forked over a lot of money for 4 years! Place your calls now! If they would offer at a reasonable price a partial set that includes the 36 disc box with just the DVDs for season 11 and the bonus discs and added materials, I am sure most of us would appreciate it and go for it. FOX would be a hero if they did it! Make your calls now!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Flexible_Strategies on November 9, 2006
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With season eleven, we bring the Korean War to a close with the most watched television program in history. I was a huge fan of M.A.S.H. for many years, often going to the Fox Ranch and walking among the outdoor set. It was really fun to wander around that camp, exploring the tents, the big tin hospital building and the helicopter pad. In the middle of filming season 11, a huge wildfire swept through the hills and obliterated everything in it's path - including the 4077th. The tents were destroyed and the tin hospital building was for the most part melted. The writing staff wrote it into the script for the final episode, doing a fine job at that. Really, they had no choice. The hills were completely blackened. The final episode was very well done. We had seen these characters for so many years - it was such a joyous event to watch them go home. I don't think there was a single dry eye that night. The next day in the newspapers all the political cartoons showed people throwing out their television sets. Exactly.
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