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7 DVD-R discs. No case, discs ship in paper sleeves.
NOTE: Video quality is fair/good...VHS transfer. These shows were never released publicly...home-made VHS tapes are the only source. We have tested many versions, and these included are the best available anywhere.
After MASH first telecasted on September 26th, 1983 until
December 18th, 1984. Some of the original cast were on the show
such as Harry Morgan (as Dr.Sherman Potter), Jamie Farr (as Max
Klinger) & William Christopher (as Father Francis Mulcahy).
***Please note that "By The Book" is only available in a foreign language (Czech) but is included to complete the set.
The First Season episodes:
September of '53 (two part pilot) - Aired 9/26/83
Together Again - Aired 9/26/83
Klinger Vs. Klinger - Aired 10/3/83
Snap, Crackle, Plop - Aired 10/10/83
Staff Inspection - Aired 10/17/83
Night Shift - Aired 10/24/83
Shall We Dance - Aired 10/31/83
Little Broadcast of '53 - 11/7/83
Sunday, Cruddy Sunday - 11/14/83
Thanksgiving of '53 - 11/21/83
Fallout - Aired 12/5/83
Bladder Day Saint - Aired 12/12/83
All About Christmas Eve - Aired 12/19/83
Chief Of Staff - Aired 1/2/84
C.Y.A. - Aired 1/9/84
Yours Truly - Max Klinger - Aired 1/16/84
It Had To Be You - Aired 1/23/84
Odds and Ends - Aired 1/30/84
Another Saturday Night - Aired 2/6/84
Fever Pitch - Aired 2/27/84
Up and Down Payments - Aired 3/12/84
*** - By The Book (Czech Language)
The Second Season episodes:
Less Miserables - Aired 9/23/84
Calling Doctor Habibi - Aired 9/25/84
Strangers and Other Lovers - Aired 10/2/84
Trials - Aired 10/9/84
Madness To His Method - Aired 10/16/84
The Recovery Room - Aired 10/30/84
Ward is Hell - Aired 12/4/84
Saturday's Heroes - Aired 5/3/85
Wet Feet - Never Aired in the US
"Walter" pilot, with Gary Burghoff (Radar)
INCLUDES 2 BONUS DISCS:
1) The After MASH Interviews, with...
Walter Dishell M.D. on consulting for After MASH
Jamie Farr on "Klinger's" return in After MASH and the chemistry of
the show not being right
Ken Levine and David Isaacs on co-producing After MASH
Burt Metcalfe on how After MASH was received,
the genesis and the cancellation
Actor Harry Morgan on After MASH
Gene Reynolds on After MASH
Larry Gelbart on this unsuccessful followup to M*A*S*H
which he says took the "wrong take" on what should
never have been a comedy
2) Medicine Under Canvas (How M*A*S*H was born)...
A documentary about the 77th Evacuation Hospital in WWII. From 1942 through 1945 the 77th Evacuation Hospital saw action in North Africa, England, France, Belgium and Germany. One surgeon in the unit had his own 16 mm film camera and recorded nearly 3 hours of color footage over the 3 years of duty. Combined with letters, interviews with unit members, photographs, and US government films, the story of the 77th and their service to the Allied troops and to the US is told.
A great source of information about WWII military medicine and nursing. Medicine Under Canvas details unknown aspects of medical life in wartime as well as giving the "medics view" of some of the major events of the war. The invasion of Sicily, D-Day, the Malmedy Massacre, crossing the Rhine, and even a visit to Hitler's retreat, the "Eagles Nest" are all documented from the perspective of those caring for the wounded.