Anatomy of a M*A*S*H Script

Learn about what a M*A*S*H script looks like.

M*A*S*H fan and script collector Eric White examines a production script for “Death Takes a Holiday” (Season 9) used by men’s costume director Albert H. Frankel.

Promoting the Premiere

Learn how CBS promoted the series premiere of M*A*S*H.

Learn how CBS promoted the series premiere of M*A*S*H back in 1972, from the network’s fall preview special to print advertisements to promotional stills and press releases.

Comparison of Our Finest Hour on VHS and DVD

Learn why the syndicated version of Our Finest Hour was released on DVD.

“Our Finest Hour” is only available on DVD as two half-hour episodes edited for syndication. I’ve compared these episode with the uncut network version released on VHS by Columbia House.

M*A*S*H Anachronisms

Learn about anachronisms on M*A*S*H.

The producers worked hard to ensure M*A*S*H reflected the early 1950s but mistakes were made. Learn all about historical inaccuracies involving comic books, movies, cars, pinball machines, and cameras not available during the Korean War.

1972 CBS Fall Preview

Learn about the 1972 CBS fall preview for M*A*S*H.

Watch the M*A*S*H segment of the 1972 CBS fall preview special. Both Lt. Dish and General Hammond are heavily featured despite the fact that both characters made limited appearances in the series.

Watching M*A*S*H in the 1970s

Learn what it was like to watch M*A*S*H on CBS in the 1970s.

Watch an original Prudential Insurance sponsor spot for M*A*S*H and a “Don’t Go Away” bumper from 1978. Plus, the famous CBS Eye, a network voiceover from the closing credits, and audio from two 1975 network promotional spots.