M*A*S*H: Season 6, Episode 24

Major Topper (27 Mar. 1978)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama | War
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Between the Swamp-mates trying to top each other, the camp deals with a bad batch of morphine and a corporal who shoots down invisible enemy gliders.

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Donald Blackwell ...
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Peter Zapp ...
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Michael Mann ...
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Between the Swamp-mates trying to top each other, the camp deals with a bad batch of morphine and a corporal who shoots down invisible enemy gliders. Written by JL Olsen

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Comedy | Drama | War

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27 March 1978 (USA)  »

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While the three surgeons are boasting to each other who they have dated, Charles claims to have dined with Audrey Hepburn. She had gained no prominence in the U.S. until Roman Holiday, which was released in 1953, after the Korean War. See more »

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Cpl.: [miffed by a competing crazy in camp] The only thing I don't understand is why he's not an officer.
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References Topper (1937) See more »

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Come on-a My House
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Written by Ross Bagdasarian and William Saroyan
Performed by Hamilton Camp
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