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M*A*S*H: The Complete Series + Movie (2013)

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: February 26, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (637 customer reviews)
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M*A*S*H: Season One
Korea, 1950. They were a MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) unit stationed three miles from the front. Incoming helicopters full of wounded brought the horrors of war to them daily and sometimes bullets flew right outside the operating room door. Occasional hilarity and constant hijinks were all that kept them sane.

Loosely based on real-life MASH unit 8055, life at the 4077 revolved around the day-to-day routines of Captain "Hawkeye" Pierce, Captain "Trapper" McIntyre, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake, Major Margaret Houlihan, Major Franklin Burns and Corporal "Radar" O'Reilly. Through these characters, viewers traveled beyond the long hours and the horrors of the operating room to a place where friendships were forged, laughter was found and drinks were served.

Audio: English & French: Mono (English without laugh track)
Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1
Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: M*A*S*H - The Pilot; To Market, To Market; Requiem For A Lightweight; Chief Surgeon Who?; The Moose; Yankee Doodle Doctor;
Bananas; Crackers and Nuts; Cowboy

Disk 2: Henry, Please Come Home; I Hate A Mystery; Germ Warfare; Dear Dad; Edwina; Love Story; Tuttle; The Ringbanger

Disk 3: Sometimes You Hear The Bullet; Dear Dad...Again; The Longjohn Flap; The Army-Navy Game; Sticky Wicket; Major Fred C. Dobbs; Cease Fire; Showtime

M*A*S*H: Season Two

After a first season in which M*A*S*H barely rated among television's top fifty shows, the show received a boost in its second season when CBS switched their time slot to Saturday nights right after "All in the Family."

Knowing a lot of new people would be tuning in to the second season, creator/writer Larry Gelbart reveals, "We wrote the first episode as a sort of second pilot to introduce all the new viewers to the characters." Almost immediately after the second season began, the show became a hit-and the actors became household names.

Little did they know the show was going to last longer than the war itself.

Audio: English, French, & Spanish: Mono (English w/o laugh track)
Language: Dubbed: English, French, & Spanish / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: Divided We Stand; Five O'Clock Charlie; Radar's Report; For The Good Of The Outfit; Dr. Pierce And Mr. Hyde; Kim; L.I.P. (Local Indigenous Personnel); The Trial Of Henry Blake

Disk 2: Dear Dad...Three; The Sniper; Carry On, Hawkeye; The Incubator; Deal Me Out; Hot Lips And Empty Arms; Officers Only; Henry In Love

Disk 3: For Want Of A Boot; Operation Noselift; The Chosen People; As You Were; Crisis; George; Mail Call; A Smattering Of Intelligence

M*A*S*H: Season Three

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 the TV format and had more in-depth knowledge of the characters. By this time they could also gauge how much serious material the audience would accept mixed in with their comedy.

But most importantly, between the second and third seasons Larry Gelbart and Gene Reynolds visited Korea, a trip that they say affected the stories in the third season.

Audio: English, French, & Spanish: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, French, & Spanish / Subtitled: Spanish & English
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: The General Flipped At Dawn; Rainbow Bridge; Officer Of The Day; Iron Guts Kelly; O.R.; Springtime; Check-Up; Life With Father

Disk 2: Alcoholics Unanimous; There's Nothing Like A Nurse; Adam's Rib; A Full Rich Day; Mad Dogs And Servicemen; Private Charles Lamb; Bombed; Bulletin Board

Disk 3: The Consultant; House Arrest; Aid Station; Love And Marriage; Big Mac; Payday; White Gold; Abyssinia, Henry

M*A*S*H: Season Four
As the fourth season opens, Hawkeye returns from a 3-day R&R pass in Tokyo to find Trapper has been sent Stateside. Hawkeye races to the airport but arrives just as Trapper's plane takes off. Too late to tell his friend good-bye, he in nevertheless just in time to welcome Trapper's replacement, Captain B.J. Hunnicutt. Once Hawkeye gets over his anger and disappointment, he realizes B.J. is a worthy ally and takes the newcomer under his wing. "The first thing you learn here, B.J., is that insanity is no worse than the common cold. You've heard of a military post? Ours is a compost. Only the wounded are new. The tedium is relieved only by the boredom. So pitch in, muddle through, pip-pip. Never mind the reason why, ours is but to do and not let 'em die."

Then Colonel Sherman T. Potter arrives to take over command of the 4077. Not only are Frank and Hot Lips outraged that Frank has lost his command so quickly, but Hawkeye and B.J. know that a “lifer” Army commander could spell big trouble for them. But then a single reminiscence from Potter puts the docs at ease: “Had a still on Guam in World War II. One night it blew up. That’s how I got my Purple Heart.”

Audio: English, French, & Spanish: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, French, & Spanish / Subtitled: Spanish & English
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: Welcome To Korea; Change Of Command; It Happened One Night; The Late Captain Pierce; Hey, Doc; The Bus; Dear Mildred; The Kids

Disk 2: Quo Vadis, Captain Chandler?; Dear Peggy; Of Moose And Men; Soldier Of The Month; The Gun; Mail Call Again; The Price Of Tomato Juice; Dear Ma

Disk 3: Der Tag; Hawkeye; Some 38th Parallels; The Novocaine Mutiny; Smilin' Jack; The More I See You; Deluge; The Interview

M*A*S*H: Season Five
As the fifth season opens, the Chinese are getting too close for comfort and the 4077 has been ordered to bug-out. Unfortunately, Hawkeye, B.J. and Margaret are in the middle of critical surgery and have to keep going even as the bombing starts. The rest of the 4077 find themselves in an equally dangerous situation upon discovering that the new location that HQ has chosen for them is actually in occupied territory. Luckily the Chinese are driven back and the 4077 get to bug back to their old location.

But the real bomb, as far as Frank Burns is concerned, is when Margaret returns from a medical conference in Tokyo engaged to Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott. "How'd Burns take it?" a concerned Colonel Potter asked. "Hard," Hawkeye replied. "He was clucking like a chicken last night. For nine straight hours." Potter shook his head. "He's heading for a Section Eight." As expected, Klinger was green with envy.

Audio: English & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1
Bonus Features:   
Disk 1: Bug Out; Margaret's Engagement; Out of Sight, Out of Mind; Lt. Radar O'Reilly; The Nurses; The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan; Dear Sigmund; Mulcahy's War

Disk 2: The Korean Surgeon; Hawkeye Get Your Gun; The Colonel's Horse; Exorcism; Hawk's Nightmare; The Most Unforgettable Characters; 38 Across; Ping Pong

Disk 3: End Run; Hanky Panky; Hepatitis; The General's Practitioner; Movie Tonight; Souvenirs; Post Op; Margaret's Marriage

M*A*S*H: Season Six
As the sixth season opens, Margaret's marriage has finally driven Frank Burns over the edge. Unfortunately, his subsequent replacement, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, soon drives B.J. and Hawkeye over the edge as well. From his fur-trimmed coat to his shiny French horn, he almost makes B.J. and Hawkeye wish Frank were still there. Almost.

But as Winchester slowly finds his place within the OR, things get back to normal – or as normal as they ever get. Radar goes off in search of the perfect tattoo. Black marketeers steal all the unit's penicillin. Hawkeye and B.J. refuse to shower unless Charles stops blowing his horn. And Hawkeye and Margaret find comfort in each other's arms... if only for one night.

Audio: English, Spanish, & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disc 1: Fade Out; Fallen Idol; Last Laugh; War of the Nerves; The Winchester Tapes; The Light That Failed; In Love and War; Change
**Special Disc features: Play All Option on menu, Viewer has the option to watch each episode without the laugh track

Disc 2: Images; The M*A*S*H Olympics; The Grim Reaper; Comrades in Arms Part 1; Comrades in Arms Part 2; The Merchant of Korea; The Smell
**Special Disc features: Play All Option on menu, Viewer has the option to watch each episode without the laugh track

Disc 3: Tea and Empathy; Your Hit Parade; What's Up, Doc?; Mail Call Three; Temporary Duty; Potter's Retirement; Dr. Winchester
**Special Disc features: Play All Option on menu, Viewer has the option to watch each episode without the laugh track

M*A*S*H: Season Seven
As the seventh season opens, peace talks to end the war have been going on for over a year and Hawkeye has had enough. He jumps in a jeep and roars off to the talks, and although he makes it onto the speaker's floor, his rant does little to speed up the negotiations. His discontent isn't helped by the return of war correspondent Clete Roberts who has came back to the 4077 to tape another one of his television talks for the folks back home.

Yet Hawkeye isn’t the only one feeling the pressures of war. BJ nearly drives himself to exhaustion trying to help a poor Korean family, Father Mulcahy almost gets himself killed trying to get a promotion, Charles falls in love with a working girl at Rosie’s Bar, and Margaret’s divorce is finally made official. It’s all part of life during wartime.

Audio: English, Spanish, & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: Commander Pierce; Peace On Us; Lil; Our Finest Hour*; Our Finest Hour Part II*; The Billfold Syndrome; None Like it Hot; They Call the Wind Korea; Major Ego
**Play All Option on menu
All Episodes will have the option of being viewed without the Laugh Track
(*Our Finest Hour parts 1 and 2 do not have a laugh track and give the user the option for them to be played as one)

Disk 2: Baby, it's Cold Outside; Point of View **; Dear Comrade; Out of Gas; An Eye for a Tooth; Dear Sis; B.J. Papa San; Inga
**Play All Option on menu
All Episodes will have the option of being viewed without the Laugh Track
(**There is no laugh track for Point of View)

Disk 3: The Price; The Young and the Restless; Hot Lips is Back in Town; C*A*V*E; Rally Round the Flagg, Boys,; Preventive Medicine; A Night at Rosie's; Ain't Love Grand; The Party
**Play All Option on menu
All Episodes will have the option of being viewed without the Laugh Track

M*A*S*H: Season Eight
As the eighth season opens, Radar receives a letter from home proving war is not the only place where death strikes unexpectedly. The news quickly has Radar shipping stateside, followed by a period of adjustment as everyone tries to get used to a nervous and bumbling Klinger being in charge as company clerk. Things go from bad to worse as both Colonel Potter and Charles have to be quarantined with mumps. Then Hawkeye decides to stop drinking after receiving a bar bill so big that he's shocked into realizing, "I could have bought a used Studebaker for this!"

Aside from incoming wounded, the 4077 is besieged by congressional aides, doctors demonstrating new techniques, inspecting colonels and a return visit from psychiatrist Sidney Freedman. Now if only everyone would just go away so the docs could get some sleep!

M*A*S*H: Season Nine
As the ninth season begins, Hawkeye's well-earned R&R goes awry after he's taken prisoner in order to save the life of an enemy soldier. Margaret also becomes a prisoner of sorts after a wounded Italian soldier proclaims his love for her and refuses to be shipped back to his unit. If only Margaret's visiting father, Colonel "Howitzer Al" Houlihan, would express his love so freely! Love, or the lack of it, continues to plague the rest of the 4077 as well. Klinger is devastated when he learns his ex-wife is remarrying, Hawkeye is equally despondent that he canÄ’t get a date, and B.J. prepares to spend another wedding anniversary without his wife.

For Colonel Potter, the biggest problem is that his high blood pressure will cause him to be reassigned from active duty to a "weenie job" sitting at a desk somewhere, while Charles becomes obsessed with death after he's nearly killed by an enemy sniper. Sometimes it's hard to save the lives of others when it feels like your own life is falling apart!

Audio: English: Mono (Also available without laugh track), Spanish & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled: English & Spanish
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: The Best of Enemies; Letters; Cemeting Relationships; Father's Day; Death Takes A Holiday; A War For All Seasons; Your Retention, Please

Disk 2: Tell It To The Marines; Taking The Fifth; Operation Friendship; No Sweat; Depressing News; No Laughing Matter; Oh, How We Danced

Disk 3: Bottoms Up; The Red/White Blues; Bless You, Hawkeye; Blood Brothers; The Foresight Saga; The Life You Save

M*A*S*H: Season Ten
Relive your favorite M*A*S*H moments with this three-disc DVD Collector's Edition containing all 21 classic Season Ten episodes!

They were the 4077 MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) unit stationed three miles from the front during the Korean War. As the war drags on, it begins to take a toll on the docs and nurses who, day after day, fight to save the incoming wounded helicoptered in directly from the front lines. But as much as the gang of the 4077 cared for the wounded soldiers, they also cared about each other. And that camaraderie, coupled with a liberal dose of hijinks and hilarity, served to make their tour of duty in Korea an experience none of them would ever forget.

Audio: English: Mono (Has Option of being viewed with or with out laugh track) / Spanish & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: French & Spanish / Subtitled: Spanish
**The "Identity Crisis" episode on Disc 1 has no French audio, but has French subtitles
Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Full Screen: 1.33:1

Bonus Features:    
Disk 1: That's Show Biz; Identity Crisis; Rumor at the Top; Give 'em Hell, Hawkeye; Wheelers and Dealers; Communication Breakdown; Snap Judgment

Disk 2: Snappier Judgment; Twas the Day after Christmas; Follies of the Living - Concerns of the Dead; The Birthday Girls; Blood and Guts; A Holy Mess; The Tooth Shall Set You Free

Disk 3: Pressure Points; Where There's a Will, There's a War; Promotion Commotion; Heroes; Sons and Bowlers; Picture This; That Darn Kid

M*A*S*H: Season Eleven
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.”

Audio: English & French: Mono
Language: Dubbed: French / Subtitled: Spanish

Bonus 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

M*A*S*H (The Movie)
One of the world's most acclaimed comedies, MASH focuses on three Korean War Army surgeons brilliantly brought to life by Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt and Elliott Gould. Though highly skilled and deeply dedicated, they adopt a hilarious, lunatic lifestyle as an antidote to the tragedies of their Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and in the process infuriate Army bureaucrats. Robert Duvall, Gary Burghoff and Sally Kellerman co-star as a sanctimonious Major, an other-worldly Corporal, and a self-righteous yet lusty nurse.

Bonus Features:  Widescreen Feature with Optional Commentary by Robert Altman; AMC Backstory Featurette; Still Gallery; Theatrical Trailer

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79 of 83 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Suicide is Painless January 22, 2002
The Five-Star Collection is Fox Studios' top-of-the-line releases. Movies like French Connection have already made the list, and now Fox debuts the greatest anti-war movie of all time, M*A*S*H. The basis for the long-running TV series (which also debuted recently on DVD), M*A*S*H introduces us to the antics of Hawkeye Pierce (Donald Sutherland), Trapper John (Elliot Gould), Hot Lips (Sally Kellerman), and Radar (Gary Burghoff).
Altman's black comic masterpiece doesn't have a solid plot so much as a series of skits and sketches about life during the war. From golfing 5 miles from the front to suspension of marital promises to trying to figure out why people are dying all around, M*A*S*H handles the gruesomeness of stupidity of war in the only way possible - if you're not laughing, then you're going to be crying, so it's probably better to laugh.
And what a way to bring this classic to DVD - the movie has never looked so good. For being 30 years old, it looks great after Fox's extensive restoration and is presented in its original theatrical ratio of 2.35:1 with an anamorphic transfer. There's some grain here and there, but the colors are exceptionally vibrant, with great contrast on the blacks and whites especially. The sound mix is a decent DD 2.0, which is fine considering that the movie is mostly dialogue, but the lack of a more dynamic soundtrack was noticeable during the football game and any time there was music. There are enough extras to make up for it, though, including Altman's commentary track, three featurettes including A&E's "The Story of M*A*S*H" and a 30-year cast reunion that's both touching and funny.
The lack of the DD 5.1 soundtrack doesn't sully the otherwise pristine quality of the rest of this 2-disc set. It's a must have - get it now. Now, trooper! Now!
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Probably no cinematic comedy produced by Hollywood in the last half of the twentieth century is as irreverent, disdainful of authority, critical of war and its effects, and, incidentally, as funny as "M*A*S*H", that 1970 comedic masterpiece starring Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Gary Burghoff, and Sally Kellerman; written by Ring Lardner, Jr.; and directed by Robert Altman, in his directorial debut.
"M*A*S*H" is actually a very difficult film to review for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it's darned near impossible to provide an adequate synopsis for readers who've never seen the movie. Because, unlike most modern films that contain a linear story line, an easy-to-follow plot, and well developed characters that one can either root for or vilify with ease, "M*A*S*H" is a film that can only be described as a series of loosely joined comic vignettes, featuring a set of very true-to-life characters that are all BOTH very likeable and flawed.
"M*A*S*H" is one of the best comedies ever made, and for good reason. It is genuinely funny. It is artistically produced; it contains great writing and acting; and it proclaims an important social message to viewers.
Having said all that, "M*A*S*H" is very likely NOT a movie that will appeal to everyone's tastes - even now, 32 years after it was first released. How the movie was written and produced has a lot to do with that fact.
As the story goes, the idea for producing a movie version "M*A*S*H" got its start when literary agent Ingo Preminger referred Dr. Richard Hooker's famous novel of the same name to 20th Century Fox executive Richard Zanuck. Zanuck enthusiastically supported the idea, hired Preminger as the movie's producer, and set out to find a screen writer and director. Ring Lardner Jr.
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M*A*S*H is one of the zaniest and most intelligent satires ever produced by Hollywood. This is a war movie in which only two shots are fired -- as signals in a football game. It is a masterpiece of wider appeal -- even to veterans -- than is suggested by its setting in Korean War military hospitals, or by its director's explicit aim of promoting liberal opposition to the Vietnam war during the '60s and '70s.
The 2002 two-disk M*A*S*H special edition from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment in many ways is a benchmark for DVD releases of cult movies. Picture and sound quality are high. The special feature content is entertaining and insightful.
This content includes extensive retrospective comment by director Robert Altman, producer Ingo Preminger, former studio boss Richard Zanuck, scriptwriter Ring Lardner Jr, actors including Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Sally Kellerman, Tom Skerritt, John Schuck and Gary Burghoff, and medical veterans of the Korean War. We see the 30th anniversary M*A*S*H reunion at Fox, and presentation of a studio life achievement award to Altman.
The special content gives fascinating insights into the driving half-mad genius that so often makes a great director, and of egos and bigheartedness in movie making.

Almost everyone, from the scriptwriter to the studio executives and the actors, lined up against the director at some time. Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould once even tried to get Altman fired, fearing that he would damage their careers. In the M*A*S*H special edition features they eat their words and graciously pay tribute to Altman. Former studio boss Richard Zanuck says that until Altman came along other directors were afraid of the screenplay or didn't like it.
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This MASH collection
"...we like to sleep through the seasons..."

Sounds like a rather expensive sleep aide. :/
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