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MASH - THE TELEVISION SERIES

MASH - THE TELEVISION SERIES

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1 ALDA, ALAN & JOHN RAPPAPORT MASH - “The Life You Save” Teleplay by Alan Alda and John Rappaport
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1981 
Original 36 page complete final shooting script dated January 30, 1981 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Life You Save', which aired on May 4, 1981 (Season 9, Episode 20). Bradbound in printed studio covers. A fine fresh copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was directed by Alan Alda, written by Alda and John Rappaport, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Maj. Charles Winchester (Stiers) embarks on a spiritual journey after having a near death experience. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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2 BRADFORD, HANK (HARRY MORGAN) MASH - “Tell It to the Marines” Teleplay by Hank Bradford
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1980 
Original 33 page complete final shooting script dated July 17, 1980 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Tell It to the Marines', which aired on January 12, 1981 (Season 9, Episode 8). Bradbound in printed studio covers. With a hint of marking to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by Hank Bradford, directed by Harry Morgan who plays Col. Potter in the show, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode B.J. and Hawkeye work together on behalf of a Marine trying to connect with his mother who is about to be deported. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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3 BULL, SHELDON MASH - “The Best of Enemies” Teleplay by Sheldon Bull
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1980 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script dated July 7, 1980 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Best of Enemies', which aired on November 17, 1980 (Season 9, Episode 1). Bradbound in printed studio covers. Fine fresh copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by Sheldon Bull, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, and Mako as North Korean soldier Li Han. In this episode Hawkeye is on his way for some well-deserved and much anticipated R&R when he is flagged down by a North Korean soldier (Mako) who forces him at gunpoint to treat his wounded comrade. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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4 DAVID POLLOCK & ELIAS DAVIS MASH - “That's Show Biz. Part One” Teleplay by David Pollock and Elias Davis
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1980 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script dated August 15, 1980 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘That's Show Biz', which aired on October 26, 1981 (Season 10, Episode 1) and was the first of a two-part episode which began the tenth season. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Fine fresh copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by David Pollock and Elias Davis, directed by Charles S. Dubin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Gwen Verdon, Danny Dayton, Gail Edwards, Karen Landry, Richard Molnar, and Kellye Nakahara. In this episode, a touring USO show brings some novelty to the daily routine when the star showgirl requires an operation. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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5 DAVIS, ELIAS & DAVID POLLOCK MASH - “A Holy Mess” Teleplay by Elias Davis and David Pollock
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1981 
Original 34 page complete revised final shooting script, dated December 14, 1981, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘A Holy Mess' which aired on February 1, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 13). Printed on blue paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. A few tiny spots to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Elias Davis and David Pollock, directed by Burt Metcalfe, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode a distraught AWOL soldier talks Father Mulcahy into granting him sanctuary from the M.P.'s in the mess tent. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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6 DAVIS, ELIAS & DAVID POLLOCK MASH - “Run for the Money” Teleplay by Elias Davis and David Pollock
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 35 page complete final shooting script, dated August 31, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Run for the Money' which aired on December 20, 1982 (Season 11, Episode 9). Printed on green paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. A fine copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Elias Davis and David Pollock, directed by Neil Cox, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Father Mulcahy must save the camp's honor in a high-stakes foot race against the 8063rd. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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7 FARRELL, MIKE MASH - “The Yalu Brick Road” Teleplay by Mike Farrell
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1979 
Original 38 page complete final shooting script dated August 14, 1979, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Yalu Brick Road', which aired on November 19, 1979 (Season 8, Episode 10). Bradbound in printed studio covers. A fine fresh copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written and directed by Mike Farrell, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, and Soon-Tek Oh as Ralph. In this episode Hawkeye and B.J. become lost in enemy territory while Klinger's Thanksgiving Day turkey sickens most of the camp with salmonella. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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8 HALL, KAREN MASH - “Picture This” Teleplay by Karen Hall
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script, dated February 12, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Picture This', which aired on April 5, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 20). Printed on blue and green paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Karen Hall, directed by Burt Metcalfe, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Hawkeye becomes annoyed enough with his bunkmates' living habits that he moves out of ‘The Swamp'. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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9 HALL, KAREN MASH - “Picture This” Teleplay by Karen Hall
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script, dated February 12, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Picture This', which aired on April 5, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 20). Printed on blue and green paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Karen Hall, directed by Burt Metcalfe, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Hawkeye becomes annoyed enough with his bunkmates' living habits that he moves out of ‘The Swamp'. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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10 HALL, KAREN MASH - “The Birthday Girls” Teleplay by Karen Hall
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1981 
Original 33 page complete revised final shooting script, dated December 1, 1981, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Birthday Girls', which aired on January 11, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 11). Printed on pink paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Karen Hall, directed by Charles S. Durbin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Margaret is trying to make it to Japan to celebrate her birthday while the rest of the group are tending to an injured cow about to give birth. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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11 HALL, KAREN MASH - “The Birthday Girls” Teleplay by Karen Hall
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1981 
Original 33 page complete revised final shooting script, dated December 1, 1981, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Birthday Girls', which aired on January 11, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 11). Printed on pink and green paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. A fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Karen Hall, directed by Charles S. Durbin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Margaret is trying to make it to Japan to celebrate her birthday while the rest of the group are tending to an injured cow about to give birth. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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12 HALL, KAREN MASH - “The Birthday Girls” Teleplay by Karen Hall
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1981 
Original 33 page complete final shooting script, dated November 23, 1981, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘The Birthday Girls', which aired on January 11, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 11). Printed on yellow paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Karen Hall, directed by Charles S. Durbin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Margaret is trying to make it to Japan to celebrate her birthday while the rest of the group are tending to an injured cow about to give birth. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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13 KOENIG, DENNIS MASH - “Give and Take” Teleplay by Dennis Koenig
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 32 page complete final shooting script, dated December 6, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Give and Take' which aired on February 14, 1983 (Season 11, Episode 14). Printed on green paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot and a tear to the upper punch hole at the front cover, else fine. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Dennis Koenig, directed by Charles S. Dubin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode a wounded soldier played by a young Craig Wasson learns a painful lesson from the enemy soldier he's wounded. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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14 KOENIG, DENNIS MASH - “Promotion Commotion” Teleplay by Dennis Koenig
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 38 page complete final shooting script, dated January 15, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Promotion Commotion' which aired on March 1, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 17). With annotations in red ink. Printed on green, blue, and pink paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Dennis Koenig, directed by Charles S. Dubin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode Charles, Hawkeye, and B.J. are determining promotion recommendations and Potter helps a soldier who is being picked on by by colleagues. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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15 KOENIG, DENNIS MASH - “Stars and Stripe” Teleplay by Dennis Koenig
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1979 
Original 35 page complete revised final shooting script dated October 29, 1979 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Heal Thyself' which aired on December 17, 1979 (Season 8, Episode 14). Bradbound in printed studio covers. Fine bright copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by Dennis Koenig, directed by Harry Morgan and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, Joshua Bryant, and Jeff Maxwell. In this episode, during a lull in the casualties, Charles and B/.J. try to write an article for a prestigious medical journal, which does not go smoothly. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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16 MUMFORD, THAD & DAN WILCOX MASH - “Captains Outrageous” Teleplay by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1979 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script dated October 12, 1979 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Captains Outrageous' which aired on December 10, 1979 (Season 8, Episode 13). Bradbound in printed studio covers. Fine bright copy. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, directed by Burt Metcalfe, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, G.W. Bailey, and Sirri Murad. In this episode, the 4077 staff fill in for Rosie after she's injured in a brawl at her bar. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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17 MUMFORD, THAD & DAN WILCOX MASH - “Goodbye, Cruel World” Teleplay by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1979 
Original 37 page complete revised final shooting script dated December 21, 1979 for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Goodbye, Cruel World' which aired on February 11, 1980 (Season 8, Episode 21). Bradbound in printed studio covers. Faint dampstain and minor rippling to the cover and a few preliminary pages. This script belonged to an assistant director for the show. The episode was written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, directed by Charles S. Dubin and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, and Allan Arbus. In this episode, Klinger's efforts to redecorate his office are not taken seriously and he decides to desert. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Robert Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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18 MUMFORD, THAD & DAN WILCOX MASH - “Heroes” Teleplay by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 36 page complete revised final shooting script, dated February 3, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Heroes', which aired on March 15, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 8). Printed on blue paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. A fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, directed by Neil Cox, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode a famous prizefighter known as Gentleman Joe, played by Pat McNamara, visits the hospital unit and while there has a stroke. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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19 MUMFORD, THAD & DAN WILCOX MASH - “Heroes” Teleplay by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 36 page complete revised final shooting script, dated February 3, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Heroes', which aired on March 15, 1982 (Season 10, Episode 8). Printed on blue paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by Thad Mumford and Dan Wilcox, directed by Neil Cox, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher. In this episode a famous prizefighter known as Gentleman Joe, played by Pat McNamara, visits the hospital unit and while there has a stroke. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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20 POLLOCK, DAVID & ELIAS DAVIS MASH - “Foreign Affairs” Teleplay by David Pollock and Elias Davis
Los Angeles Twentieth Century-Fox Television 1982 
Original 34 page complete final shooting script, dated March 29, 1982, for an episode of the award winning television series MASH titled ‘Foreign Affairs', which aired on November 8, 1982 (Season 11, Episode 3). Printed on white paper. Bradbound in printed studio covers. Tiny spot to the front cover, else a fine fresh copy. The script belonged to crew member Richard Glassman who was a unit production manager for the show. The episode was written by David Pollock and Elias Davis, directed by Charles S. Durbin, and starred Alan Alda as Capt. Benjamin Franklin ‘Hawkeye' Pierce, Mike Farrell as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt, Harry Morgan as Col. Potter, Loretta Swit as Maj. Margaret ‘Hotlips' Houlihan, with David Ogden Stiers, Jamie Farr, William Christopher, with Jeffrey Tambor as a guest star. In this episode Charles falls in love with a French Red Cross woman, but realizes that they are fundamentally incompatible. The television series MASH was developed by Larry Gelbart, adapted from the 1970 film directed by Robert Altman, starring Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman, Rober Duvall, and Gary Burghoff and received 5 Oscar nominations. The series ran from 1972 - 1983 and is one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history, winning numerous Emmys and Golden Globes. Both the film and the series were based on the 1968 novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors by Richard Hooker. 
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