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'M*A*S*H': 30th Anniversary Reunion (2002)

TV-PG | | Documentary | TV Movie 17 May 2002
A 2002 FOX TV retrospective documentary on the series M*A*S*H that features interviews with writers, producers and past cast members.


Christine Triano (additional material) (as Christine T. Zingus)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alan Alda ... Self / Hawkeye Pierce
Wayne Rogers ... Self / Trapper John McIntyre
Mike Farrell ... Self / Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt
Jamie Farr ... Self / Corporal Klinger
Gary Burghoff ... Self / Corporal 'Radar' O'Reilly
Loretta Swit ... Self / Major Hotlips Houlihan
Harry Morgan ... Self / Col. Sherman T. Potter
David Ogden Stiers ... Self / Maj. Charles Winchester
William Christopher ... Self / Father Francis Mulcahy
Allan Arbus ... Self / Maj. Sidney Freedman
Gene Reynolds ... Self
Larry Gelbart ... Self
Burt Metcalfe Burt Metcalfe ... Self
Larry Linville ... Self / Maj. Frank Burns (archive footage)
McLean Stevenson ... Self / Lt. Col. Henry Blake (archive footage)


A 2002 FOX TV retrospective documentary on the series M*A*S*H that features interviews with writers, producers and past cast members.

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Though this is the only time Wayne Rogers and his replacement, Mike Farrell, appear on screen together, they don't even shake hands or interact. See more »


In the flashback where Hawkeye and Father Mulchay are talking about war and hell. "War war and Hell is Hell and of the two Hell is a lot worse." It lists the episode as "The General Flipped at Dawn" but it is from "The General's Practitioner" See more »


Follows M*A*S*H (1972) See more »

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My brief review of the film
18 July 2005 | by sol-See all my reviews

An enjoyable retrospective documentary on an excellent television program, it is filmed in a very relaxed atmosphere and footage from the show is cleverly edited into interviews and group discussion. The living actors and producers sit around and chat for a large part of the time, and memories and insights on making the series are relayed in a friendly manner. However, it all feels a little forced, as the conversation is conducted very much as if it had been written out already. This does not matter too much, as the content at the heart of it all is interesting, but it does seem awkward and it becomes a bit repetitive towards the end. Also, some more outtake footage may have juiced it up a bit more. Still, as far as documentaries on shows go, it rates well, as it is quite well made. Not perfect, and it is questionable whether it would be liked by those who are not fans of the television series. But then again, why else would one want to watch this?

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17 May 2002 (USA) See more »

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'M*A*S*H': 30th Anniversary Reunion See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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