Merlino's Pasta (early 80s)
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Did You Know?
[on leaving M*A*S*H
(1972)] I probably got too big for my britches. The biggest mistake I made was I thought everybody loved McLean Stevenson. It was Henry Blake that people loved. So when I went out and did The McLean Stevenson Show
(1976), nobody gave a damn.
To research for his role as an army surgeon on M*A*S*H
(1972), McLean Stevenson thoroughly studied a book on the history of medicine loaned from Alan Alda
. Months later, that knowledge proved extremely useful when he came upon a person who was critically wounded in a car accident. Drawing on his research, he was able to keep the person alive until help arrived.
Wide range of humorous expressions