Read M*A*S*H Articles from People Magazine Online

No Comments makes almost 50,000 stories dating back to its 1974 debut available in its online archive. You can even download some issues in their entirety. M*A*S*H cast members or the show itself have graced the cover of People several times over the past 36 years. The earliest cover I am aware of is the March 17th, 1975 issue, which featured Alan Alda on the cover, while the most recent was the October 24th, 1983 issue, which featured the cast of AfterMASH. Some of these issues are available online, as are articles from issues that didn’t have M*A*S*H on the cover. Here’s an incomplete list of People covers and articles with links to the online version when available:

March 17th, 1975 – Cover, Alan Alda
March 13th, 1979 – Cover, Loretta Swit (Unavailable)
April 9th, 1979 – Article, Mike Farrell
November 17th, 1980 – Article, Filming 200th episode (Unavailable)
June 15th, 1981 – Cover, Alan Alda
August 21st, 1981 – Article, David Ogden Stiers
March 7th, 1983 – Article, End of M*A*S*H (Unavailable)
May 16th, 1983 – Article, Jamie Farr
October 24th, 1983 – Cover, Cast of AfterMASH
August 9th, 1999 – Article, Gary Burghoff
April 24th, 2000 – Obituary, Larry Linville

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  1. Thanks for this! Hopefully I will get a chance to watch it before it disappears from youtube. Despite its mediocrity I had a strange affection for After MASH and watched all of the episodes during its initial run.

  2. Thanks for the link šŸ™‚ As you say it is the final appearance of the trio, and I too have an affection for this series. If it was allowed to develop, it could have grown to have been a superb series in it’s own right. There was the potential for greatness here, but all too often interfering execs muddied the waters to try and appeal to the lowest common denominator.

  3. Hi I was hoping to see a reunion of some sort with the members from mash 4077 and a found farewell to those who have passed I’ve watched mash since I wash 16I’m now 50 it’s a great show can’t say that there’s a bad episode at all of mash..could you please Alan alda get it done before I pass away I’m not sick but I’m a bad diabetic I’m sure I’m not the only person that would love to see hotlips and you one last time god bless you great actor’s of mash:-).

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