1984 Sears M*A*S*H Pajamas

Believe it or not, I’ve had a 1984 Spring/Summer Sears catalog kicking around my basement for years. Not quite since 1984 but the better part of a decade. I looked through it a few months ago — the amount of carpeting Sears saw fit to put in bathrooms was ludicrous — and came across a … Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Last Days of MASH

The Last Days of MASH Photographs and Notes by Arlene Alda Commentary by Alan Alda Published by The Unicorn Publishing House First Published 1983 ~150 pages; Color The Last Days of MASH is a big book. It’s about 11.5 inches wide and eight inches tall. And there are no page numbers, but I estimate it … Continue Reading →

See the M*A*S*H Cast as Children

I’ve been going through some of my archived M*A*S*H content and came across the following two page excerpt from an unidentified magazine that features photographs of the cast (from the later seasons) as children. Someone sold the two pages on eBay in 2004 and I saved the images but failed to write down any information … Continue Reading →

Bachmann M*A*S*H Train Set

One of the more unusual pieces of M*A*S*H memorabilia is the Bachmann HO scale train set. I’m not a model train person so read this Wikipedia page for some information about the “HO scale.” I’m not exactly sure when this set was released but according to Tony Cook’s HO-Scale Trains Resource it was featured in … Continue Reading →

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

People.com 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 … Continue Reading →