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Storyline

The 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital is stuck in the middle of the Korean War. With little help from the circumstance in which they find themselves, they are forced to make their own fun. Fond of practical jokes and revenge, the doctors, nurses, administrators, and soldiers often find ways of making wartime life bearable. Nevertheless, the war goes on.

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Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 17, 1972

Also Known As: Меш, マッシュ |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
korean war
u.s. army
doctor

Company Credits

Production Co: 20th Century Fox Television

Cast

George Cheung
as 1st Korean Soldier/Peddler #1
Corinne Camacho
as Lt. Regina Hopkins
Dudley Knight
as Major Jim Overman
Paul Ventura
as Soldier
Christopher Murney
as Remy
Bill Fletcher
as Vinnie Pratt
Kathleen Hughes
as Lorraine Blake
Mickey Jones
as M.P. #2
George Morgan
as Lt. Father Francis John Patrick Mulcahy
Jack Grapes
as Kelsey
Kevin Brophy
as Roberts
Roger Hampton
as The Second Marine
Mills Watson
as Sgt. Condon
James Canning
as Capt. Simmons/Corporal Marsh
Marcia Gelman
as Nurse Jacobs/Lieutenant Jacobs
Stoney Jackson
as Soldier
Ted Gehring
as Major Arnold Morris/Sergeant Rhoden
William Lucking
as Sgt. Marty Urbancic
Bobbie Mitchell
as Lt. Baker, RN/Lt. Able, RN/Lt. Gage, RN/Lt. Lyons, RN/Lt. Marshall, RN/Lt. Mitchell, RN/Lt. Gilbert, RN/Lt. Mason, RN/Lt. Murphy, RN
Lang Yun
as The Woman on Bus
Jay Jay Jue
as Boy
Chris Mulkey
as Soldier
Oksun Kim
as Korean Wife/Korean Woman
Robert Ito
as Lin/North Korean
Odessa Cleveland
as Lt. Ginger Bayliss, RN/Lt. Ginger Bayless, RN
Sivi Aberg
as Anna Lindstrom
Joseph Hardin
as Patient
Hank Ross
as Ferguson
Logan Ramsey
as Colonel Lambert
Kevin Scannell
as 'MacArthur'
Antony Alda
as Cpl. Jarvis
Harry Morgan
as Col. Sherman T. Potter/Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele
Sachiko Penny Lee
as Chim Sah/Soony
Catherine Bergstrom
as Peg Hunnicutt
Leigh C. Kim
as ROK Soldier
Robin Haynes
as Taylor
Johnny Yune
as Korean Translator/North Korean
Rosalind Chao
as Soon-Lee/Soon-Lee Klinger
Nancy Steen
as Nurse
Rebecca Taylor
as Nurse Campbell
Loudon Wainwright III
as Capt. Calvin Spalding
Michael Choe
as Soon Chi Lu
Robert Phalen
as Blanchard
Howard Platt
as Major Ted Spector
Pat Li
as Soong Hi
Ralph Grosh
as General's Aide/Captain Fox
Larry Ward
as General Kratzer/General Rothaker
Michael Horton
as Lt. Curt Collins
John Durren
as Sgt. Rimmerman
James Karen
as Dr. Stephen Chesler
Haunani Minn
as Guerrilla Woman/Pregnant Korean/Sung Lee
Michael Bell
as Willie Stratton
Anthony Charnota
as Sgt. Verbanic
Michael Carmine
as Patient
Laurie Bates
as Nurse/Surgical Nurse
Burt Metcalfe
as Driver
Arthur Song
as Korean Man
Ron Kapra
as Driver
Sirri Murad
as The Turk/The Turkish Soldier
James Gregory
as Lt. Gen. Robert 'Iron Guts' Kelly
Cherylene Lee
as Korean Daughter
Keye Luke
as Cho Kim/Choi Sung Ho/Mr. Shin
Jordan Clarke
as Saunders
Paul Tuerpe
as I-Corps Courier/Medic II
Louise Vienna Keene
as Sylvia Jaffe
Kieu Chinh
as Kyung Soon
Richard Ely
as Pvt. George Weston
Brett Cullen
as Pvt. Thomas Anthony McKegney
Todd Davis
as Latimer
David Haid
as Pvt. Leightman
Stephen Keep Mills
as General's Aide
Terry Brannon
as Marine
Linda Meiklejohn
as Lt. Leslie Scorch
Corey Fischer
as Captain Phil Cardozo
Arthur Taxier
as Surgeon
Jae Woo Lee
as Korean Guard
Meshach Taylor
as Orderly
Keene Curtis
as Colonel Wortman
Tom Tarpey
as Battalion Surgeon
Bill Kux
as Patient
Bob Harks
as Colonel
Pat Morita
as Capt. Sam Pak
Michael Keller
as Lt. Henri-Batiste LeClerq
Karen Landry
as Sarah Miller
Burt Young
as Lt. Willis
Edward Herrmann
as Capt. Steven J. Newsome
Xander Berkeley
as Marine
Titos Vandis
as Col. Andropolis
John O'Connell
as Capt. Schnelker
Darren O'Connor
as Jenkins
Robert Townsend
as Patient
Byron Chung
as Korean Soldier/Lt. Chong-Wha Park/Lt. Yook/Mr. Kwok/Myung/North Korean Patrol Leader/P.O.W.
Fluffy
as Radar's Rabbit
Martin Ferrero
as Wounded man in jeep
Mark Harrison
as Soldier
Edward Winter
as Col. Samuel Flagg/Capt. Halloran
Dennis Dugan
as Pvt. Danny McShane/Robert 'Bob' Wilson
Ron Howard
as Wendell
Albert Hall
as Corporal
Jamie Farr
as Cpl. Maxwell Q. Klinger/Sgt. Maxwell Q. Klinger/Announcer
Tom Stovall
as The Sergeant
Lesley Evans
as Nurse Bryan/Nurse Mason/Nurse Mitchell
Marcus K. Mukai
as 2nd Korean Soldier
Larry "Flash" Jenkins
Leslie Nielsen
as Col. Buzz Brighton
Jean Powell
as Nurse Baker
Ted Hamilton
as Lieutenant Chivers
Susan Krebs
as Nurse Gleason
Lloyd Kino
as Soldier
Tom Ruben
as PFC
Herb Mitchell
as 1st M.P.
Glen Ash
as Sergeant Maxwell
Mariel Aragon
as Kim Sing
Teri Garr
as Lt. Suzanne Marquette
Peter D. Greene
as Medic
Joseph Burns
as Patient
Stan Wells
as Pvt. Jost Van Liter
Peter Riegert
as Cpl. Igor Straminsky
Stefan Gierasch
as Colonel Ditka
Earl Boen
as Major Robert Hatch
Robert Alda
as Dr. Anthony Borelli
George Wendt
as Pvt. La Roche
Andrew Masset
as Hough
Jan Jorden
as Nurse Baker
Jim Boyce
as Danielson
Andrew Bloch
as Private Cordon/Saxton
Andrew Parks
as The Dying Soldier
James Gallery
as Murray Thompson
Wayne Long
as Corpsman #2
James Saito
as South Korean/Korean Soldier/Park/Platoon Leader
Susan Blanchard
as Nurse Cooper
Albert Insinnia
as Sgt. Ray Tornberg
Jeanne Schulherr
as Anesthetist/Frank's Bride, Louise Burns/Nurse
Buddy Farmer
as M.P.
Harvey J. Goldenberg
as Kaplan
Dennis Kort
as Cpl. Howard Owens
J. Andrew Kenny
as Patient
Allan Arbus
as Maj. Sidney Freedman/Maj. Milton Freedman
Lois Foraker
as Lt. Able, RN/Lt. Bell, RN/Lt. Denver, RN
Neil Thompson
as Cpl. Basgall/Johnson
Anthony Holland
as Captain Hildebrand
George Lindsey
as Capt. Roy Dupree
Kevin Geer
as Sergeant Jerry Nielson
Laurence Fishburne
as Corporal Dorsey
Susie Elene
as Mai Ping
Alba Francesca
as Nurse Cathy King
Lawrence Pressman
as Congressional Aide R. Theodore Williamson
Marilyn Jones
as Lt. Patty Haven
Jack Soo
as Charlie Lee/Kim Chung Quoc
Helen Funai
as Betty Lou
David Dean
as Private Sutton
Sandy Kenyon
as Master Sergeant Woodruff
Richard Lineback
as Eddie/Pvt. Scala
Jay Gerber
as Reporter
Hugh Gillin
as General Tomlin
Ken Michelman
as Harker
Mark Kologi
as Corporal Eddie Hastings
Michael W. Schwartz
as Patient
Larry Linville
as Maj. Frank Burns
Gary Grubbs
as Lt. Geyer
Bonnie Jones
as Lt. Barbara Bannerman
Kario Salem
as Private Jimmy Weston/The Youngster
Clete Roberts
as Clete Roberts/The Interviewer
Gary Burghoff
as Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
Brigitte Chandler
as Nurse/Nurse #2
Rex Knowles
as American Patient
Rick Hurst
as Capt. Schaeffer/Schaeffer
Linda Kelsey
as Lt. Mickey Baker
Corporal Cupcake
as Corporal Cupcake
Brad Gorman
as Russell
Gwen Farrell
as Nurse Wilson/Nurse Able/Nurse Gwen/Anesthetist/Lt. Baker/Nurse Butler
Byron Jeong
as Chinese Musician
Joe Pantoliano
as Cpl. Gerald Mullen
Donald Blackwell
as Graham
Gary Springer
as Private Garvin
Gerald Castillo
as Reporter
Bruce Kirby
as Sergeant Kimble
Yoshi Hoover
as Korean Boy
Corkey Ford
as G.I.
Arthur Abelson
as Milt Jaffe
Le Quynh
as Korean Husband
Momo Yashima
as Kim's Mother/Korean Mother/Suni
Basil Hoffman
as Major Bartruff/Major Pfiefer
Louisa Moritz
as Nurse Sanchez
Karen Philipp
as Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider
Michael Lerner
as Captain Futterman
Ned Wilson
as Colonel Carmichael
Greg Mabrey
as Pasco/Wounded Soldier
Clyde Kusatsu
as Kwang Duk/Capt. Paul Yamato/Sgt. Michael Yee
Daniel Zippi
as Private Corey
Elizabeth Farley
as Louise Harper
Ken Mochizuki
as Ham
Sandy Helberg
as Cpl. Bannister
Melinda Mullins
as Martine LeClerc
Pat McNamara
as 'Gentleman Joe' Cavanaugh
Jeff Osaka
as Younger Child
Paul Jenkins
as Sergeant Baker
Tom Sullivan
as Tom Straw
Dirk Blocker
as James Mathes
Raymond Singer
as Dr. Berman
Kellye Nakahara
as Lt. Kellye Yamato, RN/Lt. Able, RN/Lt. Baker, RN/Lt. Charlie, RN/Lt. Kellye Yamato/Regular Performer
Jay Pirelli
as Michaels
Barbara James
as Anaesthetist
Clare Torao
as Choon Hi
Wesley Thompson
as Corpsman
Ford Rainey
as Gen. Coogan
Patricia Marshall
as Lt. Nelson
Ron Kolman
as Shapiro
Michael Payne
as MP Guard
Reid Cruickshanks
as Staff Sergeant
Billy Beck
as Uncle David
Thomas Botosan
as Sergeant
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
as Gen. Franklin Schwerin
Charles Hallahan
as Colin Turnbull
Richard Doyle
as M.P.
Tom Valentino
as G.I.
Ken Neumeyer
as Patient
Kasuko Sakuro
as Cho-Cho
Patricia Sturges
as Nurse Preston
James Emery
as Soldier/The Corpsman
Dennis Flood
as Corpsman/Driver
Gene Evans
as Clayton Kibbee
Abigail Nelson
as Nurse
Frances Fong
as Rosie
Jerry Fujikawa
as 'Whiplash' Hwang/Dr. Pak/Father/Hung Pak/Lee Tsung Chu, Farmer/Sang Yu/Wu
Jay Fenichel
as Patient
Joseph Stern
as Master Sgt. Tarola
Richard X. Slattery
as Bartender at Kimpo
Tom Sparks
as Corpsman
James Keane
as Cpl. Shaw
Walter Smith
as Doctor/Soldier
Denny Miller
as Military Policeman
Allen Williams
as Lt. Priore
Danny Dayton
as Fast Freddie Nichols
John Ashton
as The M.P.
Ken Wright
as G.I.
Eileen Saki
as Rosie/Korean Woman
Edward Marshall
as Delboss
Richard Winterstein
as M.P. #1
Matthew Price
as Corp. Marsh
Rodney Saulsberry
as Oldham
Terry Moyer
as Nurse
Tony Becker
as Private Brown
Timothy Brown
as Capt. Oliver Harmon 'Spearchucker' Jones
Blake Clark
as 2nd M.P.
Dennis Sakamoto
as ROK Officer
Ned Bellamy
as G.I.
Crandal Jue
as Korean Boy
Laurence Soong
as Chinese Musician
Don Eitner
as Captain
David Packer
as Pvt. Lumley
Gary Van Ormand
as Corporal
Philip Bruns
as Col. Burton D. Hedley
Douglas Rowe
as Aylesworth
Pat Romano
as French Soldier
Alex Henteloff
as Captain Casey
Hilly Hicks
as Corporal Moody/Cpl. Perkins
Connie Izay
as Nurse Connie
Lee de Broux
as Maj. George Van Kirk
Peggy Feury
as Col. Bucholtz
John C. Johnson
as Truck Driver
Ed Flanders
as Lt. Dwayne Bricker
Raymond Chao
as Korean Boy
Monty Bane
as Crooked M.P./M.P. #3
Jo Ann Thompson
as Nurse Jo Ann/Nurse #1
Jeff Maxwell
as Pvt. Igor Straminsky/Igor Straminsky/Cpl. Igor Straminsky/Pvt. Igor Straminsky, server
Larry Wilcox
as Corporal Mulligan
Jim Borrelli
as The G.I.
Kurtis Sanders
as Young Potter
Kimiko Hiroshige
as Korean Woman/Korean Mother/Korean Woman wheeling wheelbarrow
Bruce Kimmel
as Private Gilbert
Mary Jo Catlett
as Nurse Walsh/Becky Anderson
James T. Callahan
as Tommy Gillis
Susan Bredhoff
as Nurse Able
Brian Byers
as Patient/Private Danny Fitzsimons
John Ritter
as Pvt. Carter
John Anderson
as Gen. Addison Collins
Eddie Frescas
as Patient
Gene Pietragallo
as Corp. Fisher
Jean Turrell
as Miller Sister
Blythe Danner
as Carlye Breslin Walton
Brad Trumbull
as Colonel Atkins
Miko Mayama
as Sun
Patrick Adiarte
as Ho-Jon/Ho Jon
David Ogden Stiers
as Maj. Charles Winchester
Sam Weisman
as Sgt. Barney Hutchinson
Joe Tornatore
as Sergeant Solita
Alvin Kim
as Korean Boy
Tom Kindle
as G.I./The G.I.
Michael LaGuardia
as MP Guard
Sean Fallon Walsh
as Forster
Arell Blanton
as Private Hough
Michael McGuire
as Col. Mulholland
Captain Tuttle
as Self
Larry Flash Jenkins
as Private North
John Otrin
as Ambulance Attendant/Ambulance Driver
Lizabeth Deen
as Becky
Amanda McBroom
as Ellie Carlyle
Brad Wilkin
as Pvt. Scott
Darrin Lee
as Korean Boy
Jill Schulz
as Hooker
Robert Karnes
as Colonel/General Fred Fox
J.J. Johnston
as Helicopter Pilot
Frank Slaten
as Corpsman Frank
Art Evans
as Dolan
Stafford Repp
as Sgt. Clay
Bert Kramer
as Sgt. Martin
Michael Lamont
as Corporal
Joey Forman
as Jackie Flash
Michael Talbott
as G.I. #2
Rita Wilson
as Lt. Lacey, RN/Nurse Lacey
Joe Morton
as Captain Saunders
Joan Lucksinger
as Miller Sister
Mike McGirr
as Sergeant 'Killer' Flacker
Ann Sweeny
as Nurse Carrie Donovan
Chris Petersen
as Second Recruit
Graham Jarvis
as Col. Whiteman
David Hirokane
as Chinese Soldier
Harry Gold
as Cohen
Susanne Zenor
as Nurse Murphy
Yuki Shimoda
as Cho Pak/Chung Ho Kim/Key Yong Lu
John Burnside
as Soldier
Gail Edwards
as Marina Ryan
Ann Doran
as Nurse Meg Cratty
Sal Viscuso
as P.A. Announcer/Corporal Benny Bryant/Patient John/Sergeant Raymond McGill
Barbara Tarbuck
as Maj. Judy Parker
Scott Mulhern
as Andy Cooper
Arnold F. Turner
as Graves Registration Assistant
Joshua Bryant
as Pvt. Jack Scully/Sgt. Jack Scully/Sgt. Jerry Scully
Brian Dennehy
as M.P. Ernie Connors
Robert Balderson
as Capt. Bratton
Wayne Bryan
as Private Thompson
Bill Shinkai
as Chinese Patient
Mark Favara
as Patient
Shelley Long
as Lt. Mendenhall
Lawrason Driscoll
as Lieutenant Forrester
Jimmy Baron
as Patient
Jack Kearney
as Soldier
Alan Fudge
as Captain Arnold Chandler
Joseph V. Perry
as The Cook
Danil Torppe
as Morris
Barbara M. Benson
as OR Nurse
Michael Conn
as G.I.
Michael O'Keefe
as Corporal Richard Travis/Tom
Mary-Robin Redd
as Sister Theresa
Tom Richards
Jerry Harper
as Phillips/Sergeant
Leo Lewis
as Sgt. Barnstable
Tierre Turner
as Patient
Leslie Hoffman
as Nurse
Art LaFleur
as The M.P.
Robert Symonds
as Col. Horace Baldwin
Mark Anderson
as Pvt. Earl 'Jackrabbit' LeMasters
Marcia Strassman
as Nurse Margie Cutler
Barry Schwartz
as Pvt. Joe Caputo
Edward Gallardo
as Medic I
Cyril O'Reilly
as Pvt. Nick Gillis
Ed Ramirez
as Wounded G.I.
Frank Maxwell
as Lt. Col. Harold Becket
Deborah Harmon
as Lt. Webster, RN/Nurse Webster
Jack McCulloch
as Soldier
Barbara Brownell
as Lt. Jones
John Randolph
as Gen. Budd Haggerty
Pamela Coleman
as Nurse
Hamilton Camp
as Corporal 'Boots' Miller/Maj. Frankenheimer/Radio Announcer
Carmine Scelza
as Corpsman/G.I.
Freddie Dawson
as Patient
Arlee Reed
as Soldier
Bernard Fox
as Major Ross
Alan Toy
as Cochran
Jeff Chapman
as Maloney
Marcia Rodd
as Nurse Lorraine Anderson
Edgar Miller
as Kim
Shizuko Hoshi
as Mother/Mrs. Li/Rosie/The Mother
Fred Stuthman
as Professor
Nicholas Pryor
as Major Nathaniel Burnham
James Cromwell
as Leo Bardonaro
Herman Poppe
as M.P.
George Simmons
as Simmons/Soldier
Curt Lowens
as Colonel Blanche
Leonard Stone
as Colonel Bidwell
Kenneth White
as Corporal Denning
Jeffrey Kramer
as Driver/Sgt. Morgove
Mako
as Dr. Lin Tam/Li Han/Lt. Hung Lee Park/Major Choi
Thomas Carter
as Patient McLeod
Peter Kim
as Po
Alan Alda
as Capt. Benjamin Franklin 'Hawkeye' Pierce
Robert Alan Browne
as Col. Crocker
Todd Susman
as P.A. Announcer/Private Danny Baker
Jean Pleet
as Nurse
Dick O'Neill
as Admiral Cox/Brigadier General Marion Prescott/Col. Pitts
Dennis Fimple
as Sergeant 'Sparky' Pryor
Carmen Mathews
as Colonel Lillian Rayburn
Frank Pettinger
as Corpsman/Anesthetist
Ted Eccles
as Private Chapman
David LeBell
as Patient
Joel Brooks
as Corpsman Ignazio De Simone
Fred Lerner
as Patient #1
Nat Jones
as G.I.
Beeson Carroll
as Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott
Philip Sterling
as Dr. Myron 'Bud' Herzog
Chao Li Chi
as Father/Korean Husband
David Orr
as Patient/Soldier
William Rogers
as Corp. Logan
Matthew Faison
as Reporter Bill Stitzel
Richard Foronjy
as Sergeant
Phyllis Katz
as Nurse/Nurse Able/Triage Nurse
Jayleen Sun
as Younger Child
Margie Impert
as Lt. Sandra Palmer, RN
John Lavachielli
as Young Turk
Teddy Wilson
as Warrant Officer Martin 'Marty' Williams
Craig Wasson
as Pvt. Kurland
Val Bisoglio
as Sgt. Pernelli/Sgt. Sal Pernelli/The Cook
John Fujioka
as Colonel Kim/Duc Phon Jong/Peasant
Squire Fridell
as Cpl. Alvin Rice
Larry Block
as Cimoli/Eddie Hendrix
Christopher Allport
as Abbott
Peter Jurasik
as Capt. Triplett
Richard Russell Ramos
Sally Imamura
as Korean Girl
Larry Hama
as North Korean
Robin Riker
as Nurse Perry
Sarah Fankboner
as Nurse Klein/Nurse Owens
William Christopher
as Father Francis Mulcahy
John Shearin
as The Chopper Pilot
Paul Cavonis
as Sergeant Cutrifiotis/The Greek
Mike Robelo
as Cook
Chris Winfield
as Whitefield
Mary Wickes
as Colonel Reese
Alexander Petale
as Cpl. Hank Fleming
Kip Curtis
as G.I.
Herb Voland
as Gen. Crandell Clayton
Kathrine Baumann
as Nancy Sue Parker
Joey DePinto
as Crosetti
Richard Molnar
as Michael Nowicki
Peter Zapp
as Rifkin
Jason Autajay
as Korean Boy
Peggy Lee Brennan
as Lt. Linda Nugent
Sean Roche
as Private Burke
Jim Knaub
as Pvt. Markham
Michael Currie
as Dr. Breuer
Ted Zeigler
as Sergeant Dale
Dennis Troy
as Corpsman/Dennis/Driver/G.I./2nd G.I./Ambulance Driver/Carter/Corpman/Corpsman #1/M.P./M.P. Guard/Military Policeman/Orderly/Sgt General's Aide/Soldier standing next to a pole
James Carroll
as Courier/Driver/Enlisted Man/MP/Pvt. Crotty/Pvt. Felix Kornhaus/Webster
Wayne Morton
as Enlisted Man
Jim Lau
as Chinese Musician
Carol Locatell
as Nurse Gaynor
Norman Garrett
as Patient
Roy Goldman
as Roy/Corpsman/Roy Goldman/Goldman/Bartender/Enlisted Man/Orderly/Cpl. Goldman/M.A.S.H. Staff/M.P./Man in Jeep/Snapshooting Corpsman/Tray Dropper
Bart Braverman
as Private Habib
Frank Zi-Li Peng
as Chinese Musician
Jeff East
as Lt. Pavelich
David Graf
as Lt. Spears
Tim O'Connor
as Capt. Norman Traeger, M.D./Col. Spiker
Alexandra Stoddart
as Lt. Gail Harris
Barry Cahill
as Helicopter Pilot
Frank Aletter
as Maj. Stoner
William Flatley
as M.P. Sergeant
Ned Beatty
as Col. Hollister
Michael Ensign
as Major Cass
Jin-Taek Yi
as Korean Soldier
Michael Bond
as Cpt. Hobart
Mae Hi
as Korean Woman/Korean Woman, Sun Ki
Cameron Dye
as Soldier
Laura Miller
as Knocko
Anthony Palmer
as The Sergeant
Deb Newman
as Nurse Richards
David Dozer
as Delivery Man/Dispatcher/Groves
Dennis Holahan
as Per Johannsen
George O'Hanlon Jr.
as Private Gerald Phelan
Marilyn King
as Miller Sister
John Orchard
as Capt. 'Ugly John' Black/MP Muldoon
Mel Harris
as The Driver
Edward Binns
as General Korshak
Louie Elias
as MP Sergeant
Mic Rodgers
as Private
Redmond Gleeson
as Sergeant Callan
Robert F. Simon
as Gen. Maynard M. Mitchell
John A. Zee
as Commander Sturner
Robert Gruber
as Sergeant
Lynne Marie Stewart
as Lt. Baker, RN/Lt. Clark, RN/Lt. Fox, RN/Lt. Plummer, RN
Phillip Brock
as Pvt. Walt Palmer
Mike Henry
as Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott
Jeanne Joe
as Mrs. Kwang
Richard Narita
as Cho Lin
Perren Page
as Driver
Jim Burk
as M.P.
Britt Leach
as Reporter Dan Blevik
Lynnette Mettey
as Lt. Nancy Griffin/Nurse Able/Nurse Baker/Nurse Sheila Anderson
Thomas Callaway
as Cpt. Sweeney
Andy Romano
as Sergeant Justiss
Rick Waln
as Lt. Garvey
Don Cummins
as MP Guard
David Hunt Stafford
as The Soldier
G. Wood
as Brig. Gen. Charlie Hammond
Robert Hogan
as Smilin' Jack Mitchell
George Innes
as Dr. Randolph Kent
Bob Okazaki
as Doo Pak/Farmer
Richard Beauchamp
as Cpl. Robelo
Billy Green Bush
as John 'Cowboy' Hodges
Andrew Dice Clay
as Corp. Hrabosky
June Kyoto Lu
as Korean Woman/The Pregnant Woman/Woman with Shawl
Hennen Chambers
as Pvt. Farrell
Ray Poss
as Korean Father
William Katt
as P.F.C.
Stefanianna Christopherson
as Lt. O'Brien
Al Rossi
as Reporter
Justin Lord
as Harkness
Craig Jue
as Benny
Jim Boeke
as M.P./Sgt. Chiaverini
Ray Middleton
as Cardinal Reardon
James Stephens
as Private David Sheridan
George Claiborne
as Phelan
Greg Mullavey
as Capt. Tom Greenleigh
Ray Lynch
as Bridegroom
Johnny Haymer
as Sgt. Zelmo Zale
Richard Lee-Sung
as 2nd Korean Kim Luc/Cho/Cho Man Chin/Driver/Ham Kim/Korean Man/Korean Villager/Man at Auction/Peddler #2/Sang Nu/The Farmer
Alex Karras
as Lance Cpl. Lyle Wesson
Jeffrey Tambor
as Maj. Reddish
Jim Lefebvre
as Sgt. Zurilli
Shari Saba
as Lt. Shari, RN/Nurse
Wayne Rogers
as Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre/Man on P.A. in Kimpo
Dennis Robertson
as Lt. Michael Harper
John Kirby
as Duncan
Peter Hobbs
as Col. Drake/Gen. Waldo Kent
Andrew Duggan
as Col. Alvin 'Howitzer' Houlihan
Harry Johnson
as Captain Sterne
Richard Herd
as Capt. Bill Snyder
Larry Cedar
as The Soldier
Orlando Dole
as Ethiopian Soldier
Jerry Houser
as Danker
Alan Manson
as Colonel Hersh
Stephen Burnette
as Patient in Bed
Rummel Mor
as Park Sung
Sylvia Chang
as Sooni
Claudette Nevins
as Donna Marie Parker
Barbara Christopher
as Nurse O'Connor
Zitto Kazann
as Sergeant Attias
Mark L. Taylor
as O'Malley
William Bogert
as Capt. Maurice Allen/Rodger Prescott
Brenda Thompson
as Nurse Campbell
Marc Baxley
as The Sergeant
Guy Boyd
as Sgt. Lally
Kit McDonough
as Lieutenant Debbie Clark
Charles B. Jenkins
as Private Lovett
Arlen Dean Snyder
as Major Finch
Walter Brooke
as Gen. Lyle Weiskopf
John Alvin
as Bowman
Randy Stumpf
as Greek Soldier
R.J. Miller
as Graves Registration Driver
Ron Max
as Grich
Tony Cristino
as Sergeant LaGrow
Chrisleen Sun
as Korean Girl
Sagan Lewis
as Nurse Armstrong
Jon Van Ness
as 'Truman'
Jen-Chia Chang
as Chinese Musician
Virginia Ann Lee
as Korean Daughter/Korean Girl #1/Kyong Ja/Singing Geisha #1/Young Hi
George Wyner
as Cpl. Benson
Hope Summers
as Nurse Meg Cratty
Michael Mann
as Sgt. Glassberg
Frank Marth
as Colonel Griswald
Philip Ahn
as Korean Grandfather/Mr. Kim/The Father
Chuck Hicks
as Patient #2
Peter Palmer
as Capt. Toby Hill
Joan Van Ark
as Lt. Erica Johnson/Lt. Erika Johnson
Dennis Howard
as Capt. Rackley
Susan Berger
as Nurse
Paul Linke
as Collins
Patch Mackenzie
Oliver Clark
as Captain Ben Pierce/Lt. Tippy Brooks
Barry Corbin
as Sgt. Joe Vickers
Brian Fuld
as G.I.
Charles Aidman
as Colonel Victor Bloodworth
Michael McManus
as Sgt. Ames
Mark Herrier
as Corp. Stoddard
Mary Kay Place
as Lt. Louise Simmons
Carl Freed
as Patient
Richard Cummings Jr.
as Soldier
Tom Dever
as Corpsman/Cpl. Boone/Lt. Rogers/M.P./M.P. Lieutenant
Richard Elmore
as Soldier
James Wainwright
as Colonel Lacy
Ric Mancini
as Sergeant Hodkey
Pat Hingle
as Colonel Daniel Webster Tucker
Mary Peters
as Nurse/Lieutenant Peters
Tad Horino
as 1st Korean Kim Luc/Bartender
Ronny Graham
as Sgt. Gribble
Derick Shimatsu
as Chinese Prisoner
Kathleen King
as Nurse Beddoes
Richard Paul
as Capt. Bill Bainbridge
Leland Sun
as Soldier/Chinese Patient/G.I./Korean Squad Leader/Mr. Kwang
Gail Bowman
as Nurse Powell
Denice Kumagai
as Oksun Li
Sab Shimono
as Jin/Kwang
Jennifer Davis Westmore
as Nurse
Calvin Levels
as Pvt. Jackson
Larry Gilman
as G.I. #1
William Watson
as Lt. Smith
Bobby Herbeck
as Patient
Mike Farrell
as Capt. B.J. Hunnicutt
Natasha Bauman
as Nurse
Richard Fullerton
as Soldier
Soon-Tek Oh
as Dr. Syn Paik/Joon-Sung/Korean Soldier/Mr. Kwang/Ralph
Michael A. Salcido
as Rodriguez
Jeff Tyler
as Soldier
Kwang Baek
as Kim
Gregory Harrison
as Lt. Tony Baker
Teck Murdock
as Patient
Kavi Raz
as Capt. Rammurti Lal
Patricia Stevens
as Lt. Baker, RN/Lt. Stevens, RN/Lt. Mitchell, RN/Duty Nurse/Lt. Able, RN/Lt. Brown, RN/Lt. Johnson, RN
Irving
as Irving
Joe Di Reda
as Major Frank Dorsett
David Cramer
as Aide/Patient
Bill Snider
as Corpsman/Bartender/Corpsman #2/Driver/Enlisted Man/G.I./Snider
Susan Sakimoto
as Korean Girl/Oldest Child
Michael O'Dwyer
as Olsen
McLean Stevenson
as Lt. Col. Henry Blake
Bruno Kirby
as Pvt. Lorenzo Boone
James Sikking
as Finance Officer
Terry Wills
as Driver
Mark Casella
as Jeep Driver
Judy Farrell
as Nurse Able
Buck Young
as Dan/M.P./O'Brien
Arlene Golonka
as Nurse Edwina 'Eddie' Ferguson
Perry Lang
as Sandler
Philip Baker Hall
as Sgt. Hacker
Enid Kent
as Lt. Bigelow, RN
John McLiam
as Col. Woody Cooke
Robert Clotworthy
as Private Welch
Dennis Erdman
as Harrison
Kelly Jean Peters
as Lt. Louise Anderson
Kevin Hagen
as Colonel Coner/Major Dean Goss
Neil Hunt
as Enright
Gail Strickland
as Capt. Helen Whitfield
Sorrell Booke
as Gen. Wilson Spaulding Barker
Sherry Steffens
as Lt. Able, RN
John Matuszak
as Cpl. Elmo Hitalski
Joseph Maher
as Major Taylor
John P. Ryan
as Major Van Zandt
Jane Connell
as Red Cross Worker Betty Halpern
Joe Corey
as Goldstein
Charles Frank
as Captain Hathaway/Lieutenant Martinson
Noel Toy
as Mama San
Jason Bernard
as Major Quentin Rockingham
Randal Patrick
as Frank Hicks
Jon St. Elwood
as Private Reuss
Warren Stevens
as Colonel Chaffey
Gwen Verdon
as Brandy Doyle
Mariette Hartley
as Dr. Inga Halvorsen
Stuart Margolin
as Captain Phillip G. Sherman/Major Stanley 'Stosh' Robbins
Jerry Zaks
as Cpl. Phil Walker
Jack Yates
as Large enlisted man
Daren Kelly
as Sergeant Herbert
Rod Gist
as Chalk
Dereck Wong
as Korean Soldier
Loretta Swit
as Maj. Margaret 'Hot Lips' Houlihan
Robert Gooden
as Pvt. Lorenzo Boone
Kurt Andon
as Sergeant Whitkow
Alberta Jay
as Anesthetist/Nurse
Patrick Swayze
as Pvt. Gary Sturgis
Maggie Roswell
as Sister Theresa
Nathan Jung
as Korean Man
Juney Smith
as G.I.
Tom Atkins
as Major Lawrence Weems
Mitchell Sakamoto
as Slicky Boy
Phillip Simms
as Vitello
Robert Weaver
as Pvt. Gary Mitchell
Jack Riley
as Capt. Kaplan
Henry Brown
as Sgt. Billy Tyler
Stanley Bennett Clay
as Driver
Gary Erwin
as Corporal Dobson
Alan McRae
as Corporal Nessen
William G. Schilling
as Sgt. Jessup 'Jesse' McFarland
Ed Vasgersian
as Captain Broz
Richard Masur
as Lt 'Digger' Detmuller
Bill Svanoe
as Aide
Susan Saint James
as Aggie O'Shea
Kelly Ward
as Dave
Rollin Moriyama
as General Park/Korean Delegate
James Jeter
as General's driver
Jack Baker
as Private Whitney
Sheila Lauritsen
as Nurse Sheila/Nurse Hardy/Nurse Watson
Jack Blessing
as Lt. Rollins
G.W. Bailey
as Sergeant Luther Rizzo/The G.I.
Lance Toyoshima
as Kim Han
Whitney Rydbeck
as Sgt. Hondo McKee
Jack Aaron
as Major Murphy
Ed Begley Jr.
as Pvt. Paul Conway
Marty Thomas
as Soldier/Injured Soldier
Patrick Driscoll
as Patient
Michael Swan
as Lt. Brannum
Roy Evans
as Orderly
Stuart Charno
as Corp. Sonneborn
Scott Lincoln
as G.I.
Eldon Quick
as Capt. Sloan/Capt. Pratt

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1972 | 24 Episodes

Season 2

1973 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

1974 | 23 Episodes

Season 4

1975 | 22 Episodes

Season 5

1976 | 23 Episodes

Season 6

1977 | 24 Episodes

Season 7

1978 | 25 Episodes

Season 8

1979 | 25 Episodes

Season 9

1980 | 20 Episodes

Season 10

1981 | 21 Episodes

Season 11

1982 | 16 Episodes

Media

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Awards

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American Cinema Editors, USA 1973

Winner

American Cinema Editors, USA

Best Edited Episode from a Television Series

Nominee

American Cinema Editors, USA

Best Edited Episode from a Television Series

Directors Guild of America, USA 1973

Winner

Directors Guild of America, USA

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series

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