Throughout his childhood, Hawkeye had an imaginary friend, Tuttle, who knocked over garbage, broke windows and wet the bed. When Hawkeye resurrects "Captain Tuttle" to requisition food and supplies for Sister Theresa and the orphanage, he stirs up a mare's nest. Henry orders his newest officer to take on O.D. duty, Frank is miffed that Tuttle has not reported to him as 2d in command and Hotlips is just, plain hot...as soon as she reads the "official" record (as written by Hawkeye, Trapper and Radar). The 6'4," 195 lb. auburn-haired, hazel eyed Captain Jonathan "Johnny" Tuttle, M.D. makes great reading. Hotlips calls General Clayton to check on Tuttle and Hawkeye impersonates Gen. Clayton. When the guys arrange for Capt. Tuttle to receive 14 months of back pay, this turns into a special citation and award ceremony for the industrious hero. Will someone appear to accept all of these military honors or will Hawkeye finally be busted? Written by
Did You Know?
Captain Pierce saluted only four times. This is the first time that he saluted to Captain Tuttle (or to himself). See more
When creating a file for Captain Tuttle they decide he was born in 1924 and that he went to the Berlin Polytechnic. If Tuttle were born in 1924 he would have reached his college years in the early to mid-1940s making it very unlikely, as an American to attend a German college. See more
Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
Sign the original forms and initial the carbon copies or if you want you can initial the originals and sign the carbon copies and then you'd have to sign this form saying you signed where you should have initialed.
The fictive character "Captain Tuttle" whom we never see is, listed in the credits as "Himself". See more