When he angrily lashes out at her, she pulls rank on him, warning: "I'm a lieutenant, soldier. He is not seen again until the sixth-season episode "The M*A*S*H Olympics", in which Donald (played this time by Henry) arrives to visit Margaret and ends up taking part in the 4077th's amateur Olympics competition; he almost wins a race against portly Sgt. Her family lives in Honolulu according to her statements in the final episode. Burghoff appeared in every episode of the show's first three seasons. There are simply too many mail moments to count, but any time someone talks to a relative back home is a … While he assumes the same general disregard for military discipline exhibited by both Hawkeye and Trapper, B. J. professes stronger moral values. He left his teddy bear behind on Hawkeye's bunk as a parting gift and symbol of his maturity. Col. Flagg is an American intelligence agent who acts paranoid and irrational and appears to the staff of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital to be mentally unstable. [13] He unjustly accuses a rookie orderly, Boone (Bud Cort in the film), of killing one of his patients and nearly kills another patient, earning him retaliatory assaults from Duke and Trapper John. It starred Alan Alda as Hawkeye Pierce and Wayne Rogers as Trapper John McIntyre. The wedding dress Klinger was quite fond of was used several different times throughout the series, worn by several characters. The character appeared in all but three of the subsequent episodes. Donald Penobscott! Following Houlihan's marriage in the fifth-season finale "Margaret's Marriage" (also Larry Linville's last appearance on camera as Frank Burns), in the two-part sixth-season premiere episode "Fade Out, Fade In", which also introduces his temporary (later permanent) replacement, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, the 4077th learns that, shortly after the wedding, Burns suffered a mental breakdown while on a week's leave in Seoul. Henry's football career was as a collegiate linebacker for USC, and then as a professional player for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers (1958–1961) and the Los Angeles Rams (1962–1964) led him to be noticed by Warner Brothers Studios. A general who appears in a few early episodes. 1st Lieutenant Maria "Dish" Schneider was played by Jo Ann Pflug in the film and (as Lt. Maggie Dish) by Karen Philipp in the series. Finally, Soon-Lee wore the dress when Klinger himself remarried. A hospital orderly who is innocent and not especially bright. Key episodes in this development include the season 5 episode "The Nurses", in which she plays the role of a stern disciplinarian, but breaks down in front of her nurses revealing how hurt she is by their disdain for her; and "Comrades In Arms" (season 6), in which Hawkeye and Margaret make peace as they endure an artillery barrage together while lost in the wilderness, though they had also shown more mutual respect for one another before when they have to go help a front-line aid station in "Aid Station" (season 3). I never want her at my table again!" She entered nursing school in 1938 and graduated in 1942 when she joined the Army. This version of the character is in continuity with the film rather than the TV series, but no other characters from either production appear in this series, making Trapper John the only M*A*S*H character to be depicted on-screen in the present day at the time of airing. In both the film and the TV series, Hammond is played by G. Wood, making him one of two actors to reprise his film role in the TV show. Most of these are extremely flamboyant and the Reverend Mother herself is conspicuously glitzy and glittery. In the film, he is a career Army physician, having been commissioned prior to World War II. As for Klinger's religion, in an early show, Klinger said he gave up being an atheist for Lent. Who played the colonel in tv series mash? For other uses, see, "Rosie's Bar" redirects here. After the "Swampmen" learn that Burns is having an affair with Major Margaret Houlihan, Hawkeye taunts him about it, baiting him to attack just as Blake enters the tent. However, Ugly John was still a recurring character, and may have been one of the "three other doctors". She uses her sex appeal to her professional advantage as well as personal satisfaction, as shown by her relationship with Frank Burns. M*A*S*H is a 1970 feature film adaptation of the original novel. Although M*A*S*H entered its fifth season with the cast from season four intact--including relative newcomers Mike Farrell as B.J. Spearchucker was shown during several episodes during the first season of the series. It is occasionally produced by community theater and high school theater companies. In the third-season episode "Springtime", Klinger marries his girlfriend, Laverne Esposito, via radio. Hess, John D., Episode 4/7, "The Bus", first aired October 17, 1975. He replaced Trapper John, both in his position within the unit and as an ally of Hawkeye Pierce and a foil of Frank Burns, appearing in all but one episode of the rest of the series. "Spearchucker", a common racial slur, is said to refer in this case to his javelin-throwing prowess. [39] He makes it a point to play up his antics to visiting high-ranking officers in an attempt to gain their sympathy and convince them that he is unfit to serve. Michael Dennis Henry was born August 15th, 1936. Potter was created as a different type of commanding officer than his predecessor: a "Regular Army" career officer, and close to retirement. In the Season Three episode “The General Flipped at Dawn” he played the eccentric Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele, a role he won an Emmy for. Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott was played by two actors, Beeson Carroll and former football player and Tarzan actor Mike Henry. Prompted by pressure from Frank, Hot Lips sets a date for marriage with Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott. Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott was played by two actors, Beeson Carroll and former NFL football player and Tarzan film actor Mike Henry. Every fan of MASH knows exactly how they feel about the strong female character Major Margaret”Hot Lips” Houlihan, the top nurse for the Army Nurse Corps of the 4077. Potter is married to Mildred, and they have only one daughter and one grandson in some episodes, while in others he has multiple children and grandchildren. Burns and Hawkeye recount opposing versions of the events. This scene was kept secret from most of the cast until just before filming so that they would respond more authentically to the news, with only Gary Burghoff receiving a private briefing on its content. In the sequel novels, particularly M*A*S*H Goes to Maine, Jones joins the other doctors in their practice in Spruce Harbor, Maine, becoming a highly successful doctor and prominent citizen. His full name is never given in the original novel or film, but on the TV series it is Walter Eugene O'Reilly. In addition, Potter, who had been handling administrative work prior to his assignment to the 4077th, possesses formidable skills as a surgeon and for keeping morale high in the operating room. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1958-61) and the Los Angeles Rams (1962-64). In the novel and film, Mulcahy is familiarly known by the nickname "Dago Red", a derogatory reference to his Italian–Irish ancestry and the sacramental wine used during Holy Mass. Flagg resurfaces a few years after the war, in a Hannibal, Missouri, courtroom (as seen in the AfterMASH episode "Trials"), in which he uses the name Flagg and asserts employment with an intelligence organization "which has initials and its members are allowed to carry firearms in their shoes". Corporal Walter Eugene O'Reilly, best known as Radar O'Reilly, appears in the novels, film, and TV series. [37] This leads him to periodically prove himself, such as volunteering for a dangerous mission to demonstrate his courage to a soldier who had shot himself in the foot to get out of combat duty ("Mulcahy's War"), and putting himself in harm's way to retrieve or negotiate for medical supplies ("Tea and Empathy", "Out of Gas"). In one episode, "Officer of the Day", he appears with another soldier and his last name is said to be Carter or Willis (it is unclear who is being referred to). Potter is from Hannibal, Missouri, one-quarter Cherokee[10] and possesses a passion and fondness for horses. She’s so out of character and obsessive about him, it’s just too much, I usually skip past it. Skerritt was 37 years old at the time. (Gary Burghoff is the other.). When Radar places a hidden microphone inside Hot Lips's tent as she and Frank Burns have sex, members of the camp listen in, and Mulcahy at first mistakes their conversation (and noises) for an episode of The Bickersons, leaving abruptly when he realizes otherwise. Richard Hooker wrote MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors (1968), based on his experiences as a surgeon at the 8055th MASH in South Korea. Zale's name is mentioned for the final time in "Yes Sir, That's Our Baby". There are simply too many mail moments to count, but any time someone talks to a relative back home is a … She returns to the US to take a position in an Army hospital. Dish's role in the finished film was limited, as a large portion of her role did not make the final cut. In the same episode, Trapper agrees to participate in a boxing match with a fighter from another outfit in exchange for a promise by Henry Blake that Cutler will be kept at the 4077th. Left: Beeson Carroll in “Margaret’s Marriage”; Right: Mike Henry in “The M*A*S*H Olympics”. The character was inspired by two real-life Korean War MASH head nurses: "Hotlips" Hammerly, an attractive blonde of similar disposition,[citation needed] and Janie Hall. It was these abilities that earned him the nickname "Radar". He never wears rank insignia on his fatigues, never polishes his combat boots, and only wears his Class A uniform when he believes appearance can achieve greater good – but does not wear any of the decorations to which he is entitled. [citation needed] In a season 3 episode, when asked what happened to "that surgeon you had from Georgia", Trapper answers, "He got sent stateside! Major Margaret J "Hot Lips" Houlihan appears in the novel, the film (played by Sally Kellerman), and the TV series (Loretta Swit). He has a sibling, Kathy, who is a Catholic nun. He runs the camp public address system and radio station, which are often used in minor gags; in one episode he transmits messages to a Navy carrier by Morse code. How many men played Margaret's husband on MASH? In the show, he was the sergeant in charge of the motor pool. Though he promises to work things out with her, he has himself permanently transferred to San Francisco, and she divorces him, regaining her self-confidence. I played it back several times just to make sure I wasn't having a stroke or something. When he has passed out drunk, Hawkeye and B.J. When Colonel Potter takes command, Klinger immediately tries the same with him, but Potter sees through the scam immediately. A running gag is his feud with Maxwell Klinger – once Klinger hit Zale for insulting the Toledo Mud Hens and is put on KP for a whole month. Soon after the pilot episode, Burghoff noted that the other characters were changing from the film portrayals and decided to follow. In the series of novels co-written with (or ghost-written by) William E. Butterworth, Houlihan reappears as the twice-widowed Margaret Houlihan Wachauf Wilson, both husbands having expired on the nuptial bed through excessive indulgence in her still-outstanding physical charms. In M*A*S*H Goes to Maine, Ho-Jon is briefly seen again, having pursued a successful career in university administration. Potter became chief of staff and chief of surgery of the fictional General Pershing VA Hospital in River Bend, Missouri, where he is joined by Klinger and his wife Soon-Lee, and Father Mulcahy. When Rizzo was found out Charles played a prank and as Rizzo threw the grenade in the Swamp, Charles dived on the inactive grenade stunning Rizzo. Ho-Jon was portrayed by Kim Atwood in the film, and Patrick Adiarte in the series. He also has his eccentricities, including a love of horses from his cavalry days and an ability to use his Regular Army connections to the unit's advantage. Being of the same rank as Hawkeye in the novel, Blake tries to make sure neither is on duty at the same time, but cannot do so when things get busy. As portrayed by Skerritt in the film, he stands at 6'1" and is dark-haired. Despite Trapper's efforts, however, she becomes romantically linked with Hawkeye in a few episodes. Burns's only friend in the unit is head nurse Major Margaret Houlihan, with whom he has an ongoing affair that they believe is discreet, but which is common knowledge in the camp. He is also mentioned, but does not appear onscreen, in the episodes "Mad Dogs and Servicemen", "Heal Thyself", "A Holy Mess", and "Trick or Treatment". He is also overly suspicious of Koreans, going as far as to claim that South Koreans are communist infiltrators and hustlers, and is openly racist against Native Americans (although Colonel Potter, being part Cherokee, sternly puts a stop to that early on). During the bachelor party, B.J. "MASH", in posters for the movie and in the trailer, it was rendered as M*A*S*H. M*A*S*H, a TV adaptation of the film, ran from 1972 to 1983, more than three times as long as the war it chronicled. It was Radar who entered the operating room to announce that Colonel Blake's plane had been shot down over the Sea of Japan, with no survivors. [35] He impishly refers to her as "my sister the Sister". Fun Facts: This is Donald Penobscott's second and final appearance on the show, but he's played by a different actor this time, in this case by Mike Henry, who I was most familiar with growing up as Jackie Gleason's dim-witted son in the Smokey and the Bandit movies. [citation needed] In the M*A*S*H 30th Anniversary Special that aired on Fox in 2002, Arbus was the only non-regular cast member to be featured on the special. Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott was played first by Beeson Carroll (the actual marriage scene), then by Mike Henry (M*A*S*H Olympics). Margaret receives her official divorce decree from Donald in the episode "Hot Lips is Back in Town". Hunnicut and Harry Morgan as Col. Sherman Potter--the production roster was short one significant name. She is an experienced surgical nurse, so although she thoroughly disapproves of the surgeons' off-duty tomfoolery, she is able to set her personal feelings aside to appreciate their skills, such as when she came down with appendicitis and asked that Hawkeye, not Burns, perform the surgery if needed. [20]) An example of his childishness is when Burns is passed over for command of the 4077th in favor of Colonel Potter; Frank has a temper tantrum and runs away until he gets cold, tired and hungry. "; in that episode's original script, Klinger was an effeminate gay man ("a silly fag character" as stated by Farr in the documentary Making M*A*S*H), but the writers later agreed that it would be more interesting to have Klinger be heterosexual, but wear dresses in an attempt to gain a Section 8 discharge. [33] Another occasionally recurring gag is Radar's ineptitude with the bugle; he invariably mangles any calls he tries to play, and his bugle has suffered abuse such as being shot out of his hand and thrown into a roaring bonfire. 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The lyrics of “Suicide Is Painless” were removed for the theme played on the intro of M*A*S*H. You should be able to glean exactly why from the song title. Hailing from the fictional small town of Forrest City, Georgia, Duke ends up sharing a tent with Hawkeye, Frank Burns, and Trapper John. However, the producers added a final scene to his last episode, in which Radar delivers news that Blake's plane has been shot down, with no survivors. In the wake of her split with Burns, she becomes more comfortable with at least some of the unit's more unorthodox ways and as time progresses, becomes a willing participant in some of the hijinks. Some accounts assert the producers were unable to find evidence for black Army surgeons in Korea; there were, however, a number of black surgeons who served in the US military at the time.[41]. Although he glibly answers that the initials "B. He thereafter appears in a handful of episodes as a very minor character, played by Bob Gooden. In the series pilot it is clear that he is a surgeon as well as an administrator, and his first name is Hamilton. Corporal (later Sergeant) Maxwell Q. This frustrated Rogers, and in combination with a dispute over the terms of the contract for the fourth season, he quit the show; the character of Trapper was abruptly discharged from the Army and sent back to the United States between seasons. The cast from the M*A*S*H series appeared in advertising for IBM products, such as the PS/2 line that introduced the PS/2 connector for keyboards and mice. Captain B. J. Hunnicutt is played by Mike Farrell in the TV show. He is from Philadelphia and is frequently seen wearing a Loyola sweatshirt. after he is kissed by Margaret. Ginger is brought to tears by Frank's verbal assault prompting Hawkeye and Trapper to encase Frank's right arm in plaster capped with a metal hook while Frank is sleeping. These appearances led to W*A*L*T*E*R, a television movie that was to serve as the pilot for a spin-off series. I played it back several times just to make sure I wasn't having a stroke or something. However, she faced racial discrimination and he turned to bookmaking, and is only able to escape prison time when Sherman Potter offers a character reference and hires him as his assistant at the veteran's hospital in Missouri where he now works. Penobscott, Donald - lieutenant colonel who marries Margaret Houlihan. In the film, Hawkeye and Trapper are given roughly equal focus, but in the TV series the character became more of a sidekick to the character of Hawkeye. Skerritt reportedly turned down the offer from 20th Century Fox to reprise his role as Duke on the series because he doubted that a half-hour sitcom adaptation of the film would succeed. in September 1986. Sally Kellerman played Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan in the Robert Altman movie MASH (1970). Company clerk Radar can usually anticipate his wishes and turn them into efficient military orders, but Henry often gets flustered when an important decision needs to be made. In the novel, the extent of the relationship between Burns and Houlihan is unclear and only rumored to be sexual, but in the film, it is overtly sexual and broadcast throughout the camp when Radar puts a microphone in the cabin window. In the series finale, "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen", Hawkeye experiences a mental breakdown when a Korean woman responds to his frantic demand that she quiet her infant child lest enemy soldiers hear it and discover them, by suffocating it. [26], Early on in the TV series, she is a stern "by-the-book" head nurse, but willingly goes against regulations for her own gain. Nothing else is known about the character's fate post show. The major downside to the Col. Potter years is the ill-conceived and executed Donald Penobscott storyline. 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