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M*A*S*H Season 1

Season 1  (1972 - 1973)
Regular Cast - 
	Alan Alda	... 	Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
	Wayne Rogers	... 	Army Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre
	McLean Stevenson	... 	Lt. Col. Henry Blake
	Gary Burghoff	... 	Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
	Loretta Swit	... 	Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
	Larry Linville	... 	Maj. Frank Burns

1.  M*A*S*H -- The Pilot Episode  (J-301)  
    September 17, 1972
    Written by Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
    G. Wood	 ... 	Gen. Hamilton Hammond
	Patrick Adiarte	... 	Ho-Jon
	Karen Philipp	... 	Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider
	George Morgan	... 	Father John P. Mulcahy
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	Laura Miller	... 	Capt. 'Knocko' McCarthy
	Bruno Kirby	... 	Pvt. Lorenzo Boone (as B. Kirby Jr.)

    The Swamp's Korean houseboy, Ho John, is accepted to attend school at
Hawkeye's alma mater.  The camp raises  to send Ho John to Maine by
raffling a weekend in Tokyo with a nurse, much to the chagrin of Hot Lips
and Burns.  The winner?  Father Mulcahy!


2.  To Market, To Market  (J-303)  
    September 24, 1972
    Written by Burt Styler
    Directed by Michael O'Herlihy
    Guest Stars:
	Odessa Cleveland	 ... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Robert Ito	... 	Lin
	John C. Johnson	... 	Truck Driver
	Jack Soo	... 	Charlie Lee
	G. Wood	... 	Gen. Hamilton Hammond

    After the 4077th supply of hydrocortisone is hijacked by black market-
eers, Hawkeye and Trapper concoct a deal with a local black marketeer (Jack
Soo) to get some more.  The catch:  Henry's antique oak desk, which is
whisked away by chopper as Henry watches in disbelief.


3.  Requiem for a Lightweight  (J-308) 
    October 1, 1972
    Written by Bob Klane
    Directed by Hy Averback
    Guest Stars:  
	Sorrell Booke	 ... 	Gen. Wilson Spaulding Barker
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler

    Trapper enters the intercamp boxing tournament to save a beautiful nurse
(Marcia Strassman) from being transferred out by Henry, at Hot Lips' request.


4.  Chief Surgeon Who?  (J-307) 
    October 8, 1972
    Written by Larry Gelbart
    Directed by E. W. Swackhamer
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	Sorrell Booke	 ... 	Gen. Wilson Spaulding Barker
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Robert Gooden	... 	Pvt. Lorenzo Boone (as Bob Gooden)
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Jack Riley	... 	Capt. Kaplan    

	Note: This was Jamie Farr's first appearrance in the series, but he
was back then a recurring character and was not yet a principal cast member
of the series.

    Frank and Hot Lips fume when Hawkeye is named chief surgeon over Frank.
They call up a general (Sorell Booke) who arrives in camp only to encounter
Klinger (his first appearance of the series), declares the camp nuts and
Hawkeye a genius.


5.  The Moose  (J-305)
    October 15, 1972
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by Hy Averback
    Guest Stars:  
	Patrick Adiarte	 ... 	Ho-Jon
	Barbara Brownell	... 	Lt. Jones
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Paul Jenkins	... 	Sergeant Baker
	Craig Jue	... 	Benny
	Virginia Ann Lee	... 	Yung Hi (as Virginia Lee)
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	    
    Note: Loretta Swit and Larry Linville did not appear in this episode.
	    
    Hawkeye ends up winning a Korean girl as servant from the sergeant who
purchased her.  The girl, unfortunately, has a hard time understanding
Hawkeye when he attempts to set her free.


6.  Yankee Doodle Doctor  (J-310)  
    October 22, 1972
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by Lee Philips
    Guest Stars:  
	Ed Flanders	 ... 	Lt. Dwayne Bricker
	Bert Kramer	... 	Sgt. Martin
	Tom Sparks	... 	Corpsman
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler
	Herb Voland	... 	Gen. Crandell Clayton    

    The camp makes a film in response to one made about the 4077th at
the request of a brigadier general.  Guest appearance by Ed Flanders.


7.  Bananas, Crackers, and Nuts (After Me, the Deluge)  (J-311) 
    November 5, 1972
    Written by Burt Styler
    Directed by Bruce Bilson
    Guest Stars:  
	Odessa Cleveland	 ... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Stuart Margolin	... 	Captain Phillip G. Sherman
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler

    After being denied R&R, Hawkeye fakes insanity, causing many problems
for the psychiatrist (Stuart Margolin) sent to study him.


8.  Cowboy  (J-309) 
    November 12, 1972
    Written by Bob Klane
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Patrick Adiarte	... 	Ho-Jon
	Billy Green Bush	... 	John 'Cowboy' Hodges
	Joseph Corey	... 	Goldstein
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Jean Powell	... 	Nurse Baker
	Mike Robelo	... 	Cook    
	Alicia Bond ... 	?
	Rick Moses ... 	?

	Note: This was William Christopher's first appearrance in the series, 
but he was back then a recurring character and was not yet a principal cast 
member of the series. Like Jamie Farr, we will continue to list William
Christopher as a guest actor until they become official principal cast
members in a later season.

    Henry refuses to let a chopper pilot go home, and the pilot feels there
is no alternative but to kill Henry.


9.  Henry, Please Come Home  (J-302)
    November 19, 1972
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by William Wiard
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Patrick Adiarte	... 	Ho-Jon
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Robert Gooden	... 	Pvt. Lorenzo Boone (as Bob Gooden)
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Jean Pleet	... 	Nurse
	Kasuko Sakuro	... 	Cho-Cho
	Bill Svanoe	... 	Aide
	Noel Toy	... 	Mama San
	G. Wood	... 	Gen. Hamilton Hammond    

    Due to the great success rate of the 4077th, Henry is transferred to
administrative duty in Tokyo.  Hawkeye and Trapper convince Radar to fake
an illness to get Henry to return.


10. I Hate a Mystery  (J-306) 
    November 26, 1972
    Written by Hal Dressner
    Directed by Hy Averback
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Patrick Adiarte	... 	Ho-Jon
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Bonnie Jones	... 	Lt. Barbara Bannerman
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch    

    Hawkeye plays detective when he becomes the chief suspect in a stealing
epidemic.  His sleuthful work leads him to the guilty party, none other than
Ho John (who still hasn't left for Maine).


11. Germ Warfare  (J-304) 
    December 10, 1972
    Written by Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Terry Becker
    Guest Stars:  
	Patrick Adiarte	 ... 	Ho-Jon
	Timothy Brown	... 	Capt. 'Spearchucker' Jones
	Byron Chung	... 	P.O.W.
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Robert Gooden	... 	Pvt. Lorenzo Boone (as Bob Gooden)
	Karen Philipp	... 	Lt. Maria 'Dish' Schneider    

    Hawkeye plays Dracula when he steals a pint of Frank's blood.  When he
suspects Frank of hepatitis, he works frantically (with Radar and Trapper)
to keep him away from everyone, including Hot Lips.


12. Dear Dad  (J-313)
    December 17, 1972
    Written by Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Lizabeth Deen	... 	Becky
	Bonnie Jones	... 	Lt. Barbara Bannerman
	William Katt	... 	P.F.C. (as Bill Katt)
	Gary Van Ormand	... 	Corporal
	Buck Young	... 	M.P.    

	Note: this is the first episode where Jamie Farr and William Christopher
appearred together as guest actors.

    Hawkeye writes his dad, describing the antics of the 4077th--including
Mulcahy convincing Klinger not to kill himself.  For the finale, Hawkeye goes
to the front dressed as Santa to help save a wounded soldier.


13. Edwina  (J-312)
    December 24, 1972
    Written by Hal Dresner
    Directed by James Sheldon
    Guest Stars:  
	Arlene Golonka	 ... 	Nurse Edwina Ferguson
	Linda Meiklejohn	... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler    

    The nurses go to extremes to find a date of Nurse Eddie (Edwina)--they
won't go out with anyone until Eddie gets a date.  The men draw straws, and
Hawkeye is the big loser, especially after Eddie nearly kills him in a
scene resembling teenage "mating" rituals. :)


14. Love Story  (J-314)
    January 7, 1973
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by Earl Bellamy
    Guest Stars:  
	Barbara Brownell	 ... 	Lt. Jones
	Indira Danks	... 	Lt. O'Brien
	Jerry Harper	... 	Sergeant
	Kelly Jean Peters	... 	Lt. Louise Anderson
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler    

    Radar gets a "Dear John" letter.  To help cheer him up, Hawkeye and
Trapper try to help him with a new nurse who's into classical literature and
music.  Radar's "Ahhhh, Bach!" and "That's highly significant," quotes win him
a friend in the nurse.


15. Tuttle  (J-315)
    January 14, 1973
    Written by Bruce Shelly and David Ketchum
    Directed by William Wiard
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Dennis Fimple	... 	Sgt. 'Sparky' Pryor
	Mary-Robin Redd	... 	Sister Theresa (as Mary Robin Redd)
	James Sikking	... 	Finance Officer
	Captain Tuttle	... 	Himself
	Herb Voland	... 	Gen. Crandell Clayton    

    Hawkeye and Trapper, with Radar's help, invent a fictitious Capt. Tuttle
so that his salary can be donated to help a local orphanage.  Almost caught
by James B. Sikking of Hill St. and Doogie Howser fame, Hawkeye must
sorrowfully tell the camp of Tuttle's fate to the whole camp--he leaped from
a chopper without a parachute.


16. The Ringbanger  (J-316)
    January 21, 1973
    Written by Jerry Mayer
    Directed by Jackie Cooper
    Guest Stars:  
	Linda Meiklejohn	 ... 	Lt. Leslie Scorch
	Leslie Nielsen	... 	Col. Buzz Brighton

    A colonel (Leslie Nielsen) with a high casualty record in the object of
the attention of Hawkeye, Trapper, and Radar, who conspire send him home
before he gets anyone else killed.


17. Sometimes You Hear the Bullet  (J-318)
    January 28, 1973
    Written by Carl Kleinschmitt
    Directed by William Wiard
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	James T. Callahan	... 	Tommy Gillis (as James Callahan)
	Chuck Hicks	... 	Patient #2
	Ron Howard	... 	Private Wendell Peterson (as Ronny Howard)
	Fred Lerner	... 	Patient #1
	Lynette Mettey	... 	Lt. Nancy Griffin
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black (uncredited)    
    
    Note: Ron Howard would get his own series playing Richie Cunningham
in another longrunning series "Happy Days" which premiered in January 1974.

    Hawkeye is confronted with death when he is unable to save an old
journalist friend (James Callahan) who is killed on the front.  The death
spurs Hawkeye to send an underaged soldier (Ron Howard) home.  Meanwhile,
Frank throws out his back and applies for a Purple Heart.


18. Dear Dad...Again  (J-317)
    February 4, 1973
    Written by Sheldon Keller and Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Jackie Cooper
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Gail Bowman	... 	Nurse
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Alex Henteloff	... 	Captain Adam Casey
	Patch Mackenzie	... 	(uncredited)    

    Hawkeye tells his dad of the cooling romance between Frank and Hot Lips
and Radar's correspondance corse.


19. The Longjohn Flap  (J-319)
    February 18, 1973
    Written by Alan Alda
    Direct by William Wiard
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Kathleen King	... 	Nurse Beddoes
	Joseph Perry	... 	The Cook    

    Hawkeye gets a pair of longjohns from home.  Feeling sorry for Trapper,
who has a cold, he gives him the longjohns, which pass into the hands of most
of the camp before getting back in Hawkeye's hands.


20. The Army-Navy Game  (J-322)
    February 25, 1973
    Written by Sid Dorfman
    Directed by Gene Reynolds
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Sheila Lauritsen	... 	Nurse Hardy
	Alan Manson	... 	Colonel Hersh
	Bobbie Mitchell	... 	Nurse Mason
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	John A. Zee	... 	Sturner
	Tom Richards	... 	(uncredited)    
    David Doyle	... 	?

    The camp tunes-in to the Army-Navy football game, only to get bombed
and left with an unexploded shell in the compound.  When they try to defuse
the CIA bomb,it explodes--with American propaganda leaflets.


21. Sticky Wicket  (J-321)
    March 4, 1973
    Written by Laurence Marks and Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	Wayne Bryan	... 	Private Thompson
	Bonnie Jones	... 	Lt. Barbara Bannerman
	Lynette Mettey	... 	Lt. Nancy Griffin
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black    

    Hawkeye and Frank argue over Frank's ability as a surgeon.  Then one
of Hawkeye's patients starts failing, Hawkeye starts reflecting about his
own abilities.


22. Major Fred C. Dobbs  (J-320)
    March 11, 1973
    Written by Sid Dorfman
    Directed by Don Weis
    Guest Stars:  
	Odessa Cleveland	 ... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Harvey J. Goldenberg	... 	Kaplan    

    A silly episode where Frank, who threatens transfer, is convinced to stay
when hears Hawkeye and Trapper say they discovered gold.  The joke's on
Frank when he finds, amongst other things, a gilded jeep!


23. Ceasefire  (J-323)
    March 18, 1973
    Written by Laurence Marks
    Directed by Earl Bellamy
    Guest Stars:  
	Jamie Farr	... 	Cpl. / Sgt. Maxwell "Max" Q. Klinger
	William Christopher	... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Patrick Adiarte	... 	Ho-Jon
	Odessa Cleveland	... 	Lt. Ginger Bayliss
	Bonnie Jones	... 	Lt. Barbara Bannerman
	Bruce Kimmel	... 	Private Gilbert
	Lynette Mettey	... 	Lt. Nancy Griffin
	Marcia Strassman	... 	Nurse Margie Cutler
	Herb Voland	... 	Gen. Crandell Clayton

    The camp receives word that there's a ceasefire and erupts into
celebration, only to have their hopes shattered when wounded arrive.


24. Showtime  (J-324)
    March 25, 1973
    Written by Robert Klane and Larry Gelbart
    Directed by Jackie Cooper
    Guest Stars:  
	William Christopher	 ... 	Lt. / Capt. Father Francis J. Mulcahy
	Stanley Bennett Clay	... 	Driver (as Stanley Clay)
	Joey Forman	... 	Jackie Flash
	Harvey J. Goldenberg	... 	Kaplan
	Oksun Kim	... 	Korean Woman
	Marilyn King	... 	Miller Sister
	Sheila Lauritsen	... 	Nurse
	Joan Lucksinger	... 	Miller Sister
	John Orchard	... 	Capt. 'Ugly John' Black
	Jean Turrell	... 	Miller Sister    

    An entertainer performs for the camp in the compound.
***** M*A*S*H - Season One (Collector's Edition) (1972-73)
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Season 1 (1972 - 1973) Regular Cast

Alan Alda ... Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
Wayne Rogers ... Army Capt. 'Trapper John' McIntyre
McLean Stevenson ... Lt. Col. Henry Blake
Gary Burghoff ... Cpl. Walter 'Radar' O'Reilly
Loretta Swit ... Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
Larry Linville ... Maj. Frank Burns



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