All About M*A*S*H Since 1999

2012 Year in Review

The past year was a slow one for M*A*S*H. The series celebrated its 40th anniversary in September but the milestone was all but ignored. Unlike the 30th anniversary ten years ago, which involved a televised anniversary special, this anniversary was barely mentioned in the media. Perhaps in another ten years the 50th anniversary will be … Continue Reading →

2011 Year In Review

Another year has passed and another pair of M*A*S*H anniversaries were marked. 2011 was the 39th anniversary of the premiere of M*A*S*H (1972-2011) and the 28th anniversary of the end of the series (1983-2011). The biggest news story of the year was the passing of Harry Morgan on December 7th at the age of 96. … Continue Reading →

2010 Year In Review

It was a slow year in the world of M*A*S*H. The series was dropped by Hallmark Channel in February, returned in May and then was pulled again in July and has not aired since. In September, the series was relegated to filler status on ION. In December, it began airing on the national ME-TV Network. … Continue Reading →

Remembering Roy Goldman

Roy Goldman, who played a character named Roy Goldman on M*A*S*H, passed away almost exactly a year ago on September 1st, 2009. Late last week, Jeff Maxwell (who played Igor Straminsky) posted a message to the newsgroup explaining that he only just recently learned of Goldman’s death. Maxwell called Goldman “one of the funniest, … Continue Reading →

Watching M*A*S*H Without the Laugh Track

Despite having owned the Season One set since 2002 and the Martinis and Medicine Collection since 2006, until last weekend I hadn’t watched any episodes of M*A*S*H without the laugh track. I don’t recall the ability to watch episodes of the series without the laugh track being used as a selling point back in 2002 … Continue Reading →