M*A*S*H (1972–1983)
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U.N., the Night and the Music 

Three U.N. delegates come to the 4077th and make a lasting impression on members of the camp, while B.J. treats a patient whose leg injury may require an amputation.



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Episode cast overview:
... Capt. Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce
... Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt
... Col. Sherman T. Potter
... Maj. Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan
... Maj. Charles Winchester
... Sgt. Maxwell Q. Klinger
... Father Francis Mulcahy
... Dr. Randolph Kent
... Per Johannsen
... Capt. Rammurti Lal
David Packer ... Pvt. Lumley
... Lt. Kellye Yamato, RN
Bill Snider ... Bartender
Shari Saba ... Lt. Shari, RN
Brigitte Chandler ... Nurse


Three U.N. delegates come to the 4077th and make a lasting impression on members of the camp, while B.J. treats a patient whose leg injury may require an amputation.

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Comedy | Drama | War





Release Date:

3 January 1983 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Photophone Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Hawkeye mentions that Joseph Stalin has recently died. Stalin died on March 5, 1953. See more »


Hawkeye interrupts Margaret's attempted conversation with Per Johanssen by saying that Stalin just died. But Stalin died on March 5 (1953), and if he had "just" died, it is presumably no later than mid-March. Yet no one wears coats outside, and the temperature appears very mild, whereas the average temperature for Seoul in mid-March is in the mid-30s. See more »


Maxwell KlingerColonel Sherman T. Potter: [chanting] . Om, Mani Padme Hum.
Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce: Colonel?
Colonel Sherman T. Potter: Yes, Pierce.
Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce: [looking at his CO & Klinger upside down chanting, bewildered & irritated] . Well, I had come in here in the hope of finding someone with whom I could have a nice, intelligent conversation but I see you're in no position to do that.
Colonel Sherman T. Potter: [calm & collected] Pierce, you seem a trifle edgy.
Captain Benjamin Franklin Pierce: [Wound up] I've gone over the "edgy." There's an international conspiracy to drive me crazy. Back in the Swamp, the upper crusts are toasting each other. Meanwhile,...
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References Captain Video and His Video Rangers (1949) See more »


I Know Why (And So Do You)
Written by Mack Gordon (uncredited) and Harry Warren (uncredited)
Performed by Glenn Miller (uncredited)
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The Influence of Strangers
6 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is a fun episode as three U.N. doctors come through the MASH to observe. One is a handsome Swedish man who immediately catches the eye of Major Houlihan. They seem to have some wonderful chemistry but there is a secret that he fear sharing that upsets the possibilities. This is tenderly done. The second is a man from India who introduces yoga into the camp. Potter and Klinger begin to revel in the effects by standing on their heads. The third, and most entertaining, is a boorish snob who knows art and music and wine and is more pretentious than Charles. The two of them hit it off at first but the former begins to outsnob Charles. The final scene between these two is quite priceless.

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