In the eighth-season episode "Dear Uncle Abdul", Klinger writes to his uncle – who successfully used cross-dressing to stay out of the Army – about the crazy goings-on in camp, ending with the reflection "It's no wonder I never got a Section Eight – there's nothing special about me; everybody here is crazy!" At the end of the episode, he listens to a recorded letter from his sister Honoria, who turns out to likewise be a stutterer. She served in World War II but it is unknown if she served stateside or overseas. Next, by Margaret Houlihan, when she married Lt. Col. Donald Penobscott. He is played by Herb Voland. Sometimes he is a jeep driver. Soon after the pilot episode, Burghoff noted that the other characters were changing from the film portrayals and decided to follow. Series writer Larry Gelbart stated during the M*A*S*H 30th Anniversary Reunion special that Klinger's antics were inspired by stories of Lenny Bruce attempting to dodge his own military service by dressing himself as a US Navy WAVE. The film version includes elements of the novel's Major Jonathan Hobson, a very religious man who prays for all souls to be saved. (Both were based on Richard Hooker's 1968 novel, MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors.) However, the TV show, M*A*S*H, wasn't real and managed to last longer than the actual war during which the series was set.For 11 years, the 4077 Mobile Army Medical Unit served in Korea, treating patients and welcoming visitors. In one episode, "Major Fred C. Dobbs", his greed is such that he turns down a transfer to another unit because he is tricked by Hawkeye and Trapper into thinking there is gold in the hills near the camp. During the bachelor party, B.J. It was written by Everett Greenbaum and Jim Fritzell, and directed by Gene Reynolds. For example, in the episode "In Love and War", a new nurse arrives at the 4077th. In the film, he is an American (as he can be seen wearing the insignia of a US Army Captain), but his background is not discussed. Who played Donald who married Margaret on Mash? His status as faithful family man contrasts him with the philandering Trapper John, and he is also more reserved than his predecessor, often serving as the voice of reason when Hawkeye goes too far. In the television series, he becomes the Chief Surgeon of the unit early in the first season. He is also mentioned, but does not appear onscreen, in the episodes "Mad Dogs and Servicemen", "Heal Thyself", "A Holy Mess", and "Trick or Treatment". He was one of the original Swampmen with Trapper, Hawkeye, and Frank Burns, and was the sole black surgeon at the 4077th. Later in the series, particularly after the departure of Burns, she becomes a more sympathetic character, softening her attitude while still serving as a foil for their antics. Klinger eventually gives up his attempts at a Section 8 when he is picked by Colonel Potter to become the company clerk following Radar's discharge. Directed by Gene Reynolds. After the war, he returns to Boston where the position of Chief of Thoracic Surgery at a prestigious hospital awaits him. Classical music is one of his great loves, helping him to maintain his morale. After Freedman had finished the report, he quietly took Klinger in for an interview and told him that while he is obviously not mentally ill, Freedman was willing to declare him a transvestite and a homosexual. When Donald arrives in camp for the wedding, a bridal shower and bachelor party are given. His sister's religious name is Theresa. AfterMASH was a successor to the original M*A*S*H television series, featuring Harry Morgan, Jamie Farr, and William Christopher after the war, as the same characters they played in the original television series. Captain John Francis Xavier McIntyre appears in the novels, the film (played by Elliott Gould), the M*A*S*H TV series (Wayne Rogers), and the Trapper John, M.D. Burns' replacement Major Winchester has a grudging respect for Potter, even though their respective personalities are often at odds with one another. In the series finale, "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen", Hawkeye experiences a mental breakdown when a Korean woman responds to his frantic demand that she quiet her infant child lest enemy soldiers hear it and discover them, by suffocating it. Father Mulcahy was one of three regular M*A*S*H characters to star in the spin-off AfterMASH, with William Christopher joining Harry Morgan and Jamie Farr. Played by Odessa Cleveland on the TV series, Ginger is one of few nurses to have a recurring, speaking role in the series as the same character. In the film and in the subsequent TV series, Frank Burns' rank is that of major. Ginger is brought to tears by Frank's verbal assault prompting Hawkeye and Trapper to encase Frank's right arm in plaster capped with a metal hook while Frank is sleeping. He is a surgeon and the original commanding officer of the 4077th MASH unit. Henry attended University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, where he was the football team athletic trainer. Colonel Donald Penobscott. He has appeared in more episodes than any recurring character except Nurse Kellye. In the episode "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet", Hawkeye says that he shares a tent with three other doctors. A running gag is his feud with Maxwell Klinger – once Klinger hit Zale for insulting the Toledo Mud Hens and is put on KP for a whole month. [23] In the film, the nickname originates from a scene in which she has a tryst with Burns. In the TV show, the origin of her nickname is never shown or explained in detail, though it seems to refer to various aspects of her passionate nature. place Donald in a body cast and convince him that he has broken his leg. In this first appearance in the series, Dr. Freedman's first name was Milton instead of Sidney. His mother is deceased and he has a sister (although, like Vermont, they are mentioned in some early episodes), and he is close to his father, who—as mentioned in the later episodes—is also a doctor. Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott was played first by Beeson Carroll (the actual marriage scene), then by Mike Henry (M*A*S*H Olympics). He is transferred stateside for psychiatric evaluation, but although the 4077th is delighted to be finally rid of him, Burns seems to have the last laugh. He also is the camp loan shark, getting Charles on his hook at one point to the extent he had to have money sent from home to clear his debt with the cigar-chewing sergeant. In early seasons she had several liaisons with visiting colonels or generals who were "old friends". When Frank botches his work, he blames Ginger and tells Maj. Houlihan that Ginger is, "an incompetent bungler. An experimental procedure was said to have restored most of his hearing. His name is a play on the name of the classical composer Igor Stravinsky. As for Klinger's religion, in an early show, Klinger said he gave up being an atheist for Lent. In "The Price of Tomato Juice", Igor identifies himself as "Maxwell", (a goof on the part of actor Jeff Maxwell) and Major Frank Burns also refers to him as "Maxwell" in the following line of dialogue. Klinger was the first main character introduced on M*A*S*H not to have appeared in either the original novel or the subsequent film. After the third season, Rogers left the show and was replaced by Mike Farrell as B. J. Hunnicutt. He once mentioned to Father Mulcahy that he sets aside three dollars from each salary payment for the local orphanage. Potter is well-liked by his subordinates, especially Radar, who comes to see him as a mentor and father figure after Blake's transfer stateside and subsequent death. 1st Lt. Kealani Kellye was portrayed by Kellye Nakahara. Thank you for becoming a member. She entered nursing school in 1938 and graduated in 1942 when she joined the Army. This is a minor error; Rizzo had re-enlisted in the Army in a previous episode. The lyrics of “Suicide Is Painless” were removed for the theme played on the intro of M*A*S*H. You should be able to glean exactly why from the song title. A nurse introduced as a new transfer in the episode "Requiem for a Lightweight". ", "The Abduction of Margaret Houlihan", and "Rally 'Round the Flagg, Boys". His name is only mentioned in the episode "Payday", though Hawkeye jokingly introduces him as his "brother-in-law Leroy" at the Officers Club. Donald Penobscott! Radar almost always needs to go through Sparky when he makes a call to Seoul, Japan, or the US. is a direct spin-off of the MASH film rather than the television series due to licensing issues. The show was set at the fictional General Pershing VA Hospital in Missouri, where he served as chaplain. He is also overly suspicious of Koreans, going as far as to claim that South Koreans are communist infiltrators and hustlers, and is openly racist against Native Americans (although Colonel Potter, being part Cherokee, sternly puts a stop to that early on). Burns first appeared in the original novel, where he had the rank of captain. In addition to his gullibility, Burns was shown to be incredibly greedy, selfish, and occasionally childish; he is involved in a prescription kickback racket and falsifies his income taxes. Radar is promoted to Second Lieutenant as the result of a poker game debt ("Lt. Radar O'Reilly"), but soon returns to Corporal after discovering that life as a commissioned officer is more complicated than he had originally thought. Following Houlihan's marriage in the fifth-season finale "Margaret's Marriage" (also Larry Linville's last appearance on camera as Frank Burns), in the two-part sixth-season premiere episode "Fade Out, Fade In", which also introduces his temporary (later permanent) replacement, Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, the 4077th learns that, shortly after the wedding, Burns suffered a mental breakdown while on a week's leave in Seoul. Ginger appears to be a competent nurse who is well-liked by the medical staff, but occasionally runs afoul of Frank Burns who blames her for his mistakes, leading to Hawkeye and Trapper coming to her defense by pulling pranks on Frank. Though he promises to work things out with her, he has himself permanently transferred to San Francisco, and she divorces him, regaining her self-confidence. In 1973, a play by Tim Kelly, based on the book, television show, and film, was published in both one-act and full versions. In both the film and the TV series, Hammond is played by G. Wood, making him one of two actors to reprise his film role in the TV show. [15] In "The Novocaine Mutiny", Burns is left in temporary command when the 4077th is inundated with a deluge of casualties. His philosophy on success in the army was that it was possible to never do work, so long as your superiors don't see you enjoy yourself: "Where else [but the Army] can you be a bum and get paid for it?". Ho-Jon was portrayed by Kim Atwood in the film, and Patrick Adiarte in the series. His nickname is probably a carry-over from the days of telegraphy. On other occasions, B. J. encourages members of the 4077th to play jokes on each other, starting escalating joke wars for his own amusement, with neither side knowing that he is the instigator. Despite the writers giving him an Ashkenazi-sounding name, Klinger is an Arab-American of Lebanese descent from Toledo, Ohio (like Farr himself). A nurse at the 4077th, who at times casually dates both Hawkeye and Trapper. This is despite being told by Cardinal Reardon, a prelate visiting Korea to evaluate the effectiveness of the chaplains serving there, that "you're a tough act to follow". In Episode 10/21 his first name is given as "Wilson". He left his teddy bear behind on Hawkeye's bunk as a parting gift and symbol of his maturity. As he prepares to depart the 4077th to rejoin his unit, he thanks the doctors then turns and salutes Ginger, who returns the salute and wishes him well. Before playing Flagg, Winter played a similar character named Capt. [36] He is an amateur boxer and boxing fan; an old priest and mentor in Jesuit school taught his students that boxing built character, and Mulcahy coached boys in the sport at his local CYO chapter before being assigned to the 4077th. Potter was created as a different type of commanding officer than his predecessor: a "Regular Army" career officer, and close to retirement. When Colonel Potter takes command, Klinger immediately tries the same with him, but Potter sees through the scam immediately. He was portrayed by Harry Morgan, and replaced the departing character of Henry Blake as commander of the 4077th MASH. Finally, in the season 7 episode "Peace on Us", Margaret announces she's getting a divorce. His nickname comes from an incident in which he was caught having sex with a woman in the lavatory aboard a Boston & Maine Railway train: she claimed in her defense that "he trapped me!". She refuses to leave Korea until she finds her family, leading to the irony that although the end of the war means Klinger is free to return to the US, he chooses to stay with her. In Hawkeye's presumably far more accurate account, Burns was borderline hysterical and performed his duties with signature incompetence, which resulted in the near-deaths of multiple casualties. The couple asks Father Mulcahy to marry them and all of the officers are thrilled but, Frank has a case of the runs. Margaret celebrates her newly obtained divorce by creating a new way to handle triage and invites a general to observe. The script was likely written before Spearchucker was dropped and the writers presumably overlooked editing that line of dialogue. Winchester reflects: "It is I who should be sorry. The next day, Burns is permanently sent away for psychiatric evaluation in a straitjacket, shot full of tranquilizers. He seems to have extra-sensory perception, appearing at his commander's side before being called and finishing his sentences. but this one's gonna try it with Donald Penobscott. In her first appearances, her name changed several times before it finally settled on "Nurse Kellye"; for example, she was referred to as "Nurse Able" in her first appearance in "A Full Rich Day". He later telephones and tells Hawkeye that he has been cleared of all charges, promoted to lieutenant colonel and assigned to a veteran's hospital in his hometown. Prompted by pressure from Frank, Hot Lips sets a date for marriage with Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott. Potter takes pride in the competency of the rest of the medical staff despite their antics. He also appeared in two episodes of AfterMASH, and starred in the television pilot W*A*L*T*E*R. The character was portrayed by Gary Burghoff in both the film and on television, the only regular character played by a single actor. In the Season Three episode “The General Flipped at Dawn” he played the eccentric Maj. Gen. Bartford Hamilton Steele, a role he won an Emmy for. place Donald in a body cast and convince him that he has broken his leg. Spearchucker's role was limited. Her long-standing affair with Frank ends with her engagement and subsequent marriage to Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott. McLean Stevenson played Lt. The major downside to the Col. Potter years is the ill-conceived and executed Donald Penobscott storyline. After finishing his secondary studies at Choate, he graduated summa cum laude class of 1943 from Harvard College (where he lettered in Crew and Polo), completed his MD at Harvard Medical in Boston in 1948, and worked at Massachusetts General Hospital. In the screenplay, Ho-Jon is wounded and sent to the 4077th; however, his surgery is unsuccessful, and he dies. Given Flagg's propensity for using aliases, fans have speculated that Halloran may be simply another of Flagg's aliases – although the regular M*A*S*H characters interacted extensively with Halloran, yet most did not recognize him as Flagg when Flagg started showing up regularly. The character is inspired by company clerk Don Shaffer, who also was born in Ottumwa and nicknamed "Radar" by his compatriots, and who served alongside Hornberger in Korea. [21][22], Her nickname "Hot Lips" has different origins in the original novel, film, and TV show. While most of the staff is not religious, they treat Mulcahy with some respect. Major Franklin Delano Marion "Frank" Burns is the main antagonist in the film (played by Robert Duvall) and the first five seasons of the television series (Larry Linville). Captain "Ugly" John Black was portrayed by Carl Gottlieb in the movie, and John Orchard in the TV series. (In the first season, McIntyre's chief nurse, nicknamed "Starch" , is said to have served with/worked for him in Korea, but never appeared in the novel, movie, or TV series.) This includes Mannix (Larry starred in eight episodes) and The Doctors. Corporal Walter Eugene O'Reilly, best known as Radar O'Reilly, appears in the novels, film, and TV series. When Colonel Potter denies his hardship authorization to go home to try to save his marriage, considering it another fake story, the frustrated Klinger tears his dress, shouting that his cross-dressing was fake. a concerned Colonel Potter asked. In real life, Jamie Farr is a devout Antiochian (Greek) Orthodox. Though by military rank Burns is second-in-command of the unit, he is outranked in medical matters by Hawkeye, who reluctantly accepts appointment by Blake as Chief Surgeon. I get so sick of hearing about him!” It’s true: Margaret just kept on rambling on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on about Penobscott any chance she got, and even just bringing him up for the sake of talking about him . This version of the character is in continuity with the film rather than the TV series, but no other characters from either production appear in this series, making Trapper John the only M*A*S*H character to be depicted on-screen in the present day at the time of airing. place Donald in a body cast and convince him that he has broken his leg. The wedding is cut short by incoming wounded, which leaves Donald in the mess hall, unable to move in his body cast. He never wears rank insignia on his fatigues, never polishes his combat boots, and only wears his Class A uniform when he believes appearance can achieve greater good – but does not wear any of the decorations to which he is entitled. Burns starts acting crazy after Houlihan's engagement – he drinks up all of Hawkeye's booze; he cleans out Hawkeye and BJ's poker winnings of $200; he confesses that he wants to have affairs with two other nurses besides Houlihan: Nurse Kellye and a "little red-haired nurse"; he nearly blows himself up with a grenade; he "captures" a Korean family and their ox and almost fires his carbine in Potter's office at the suggestion that he is heading for a Section Eight discharge. Hunnicutt resided in Mill Valley, California, before he was drafted. Later, when Trapper and Hawkeye explain to the soldier that all blood is the same, he reflects upon his behavior. He runs the camp public address system and radio station, which are often used in minor gags; in one episode he transmits messages to a Navy carrier by Morse code. It is occasionally produced by community theater and high school theater companies. They share a disdain for the "un-military" doctors, against whom they conspire ineffectively. In the book, he was an American who had "trained in the States with McIntyre". Potter receives more respect than Blake did from Major Houlihan, but Major Burns harbors a grudge against him after being passed over for command. Freedman's first appearance was in the episode "Radar's Report". In the first episode of season 6, Frank was late returning from his R&R, even as the 4077 was understaffed and in desperate need of a surgeon (even a bad one, apparently). His full name was never mentioned in the series. [28] Although the series presumes that she is an only child, in the same episode she tells Frank about her younger sister who was engaged to be married.[28]. In talking to psychiatrist Sidney Freedman he thinks a woman is suffocating a chicken, only to realize to his horror that it was actually a baby. The character grew steadily from a background (often non-speaking) character in the first season, to a speaking character with a character arc of her own, culminating in the season 11 episode "Hey, Look Me Over" which was primarily about the character. Didn't realize it until season 6, episode 10 "The MASH Olympics" where Donald seemed different to me. He is a Catholic priest, and serves as a US Army chaplain assigned to the 4077th. She once told Frank that half of her salary went to support her mother; half of that money went towards drying her out, the other half for bail money (her mother was a kleptomaniac). When Donald arrives in camp, he is treated to a bachelor party and a practical joke while the nurses give Margaret a bridal shower. Roy Goldman is a medic who is assigned various duties at the 4077th. Radar's Flubbing of Donald Penobscott's Name In "Hanky Panky" (S05E19) , Radar twice says "Lieutenant Donald Colonel Penobscott" when he is talking to the hospital over the radio. W*A*L*T*E*R was the pilot for a television series that was not picked up. Production never proceeded past the pilot, which aired once on CBS. [29] Assigned to quarters in "the swamp" with Hawkeye and B. J., Winchester found the conditions there appalling, calling the camp upon his arrival "an inflamed boil on the buttocks of the world". Radar's Flubbing of Donald Penobscott's Name In "Hanky Panky" (S05E19) , Radar twice says "Lieutenant Donald Colonel Penobscott" when he is talking to the hospital over the radio. The character of B. J. Hunnicutt was created to replace him. In the novel, the extent of the relationship between Burns and Houlihan is unclear and only rumored to be sexual, but in the film, it is overtly sexual and broadcast throughout the camp when Radar puts a microphone in the cabin window. The Duke Forrest character did not make it to the TV series. Gary Burghoff and Edward Winter also appeared as guests. 1st Lieutenant (later Captain) Francis John Patrick Mulcahy, SJ – the order of his given names was not presented consistently in the series – appears in the novel, film (played by René Auberjonois) and TV series (played by William Christopher except in the pilot). She returns to the US to take a position in an Army hospital. stand for "anything you want", he tells Hawkeye that the initials are derived from the names of his parents, Bea and Jay. In the novel, Burns is a well-off doctor who attended medical school, but whose training as a surgeon was limited to an apprenticeship with his father in Fort Wayne, Indiana. First Class Ames, but Penobscott gets tangled into a netting while showing off. 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