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In Tokyo, Hawkeye and Trapper challenge an older doctor (Robert Alda), a veteran of two wars, to visit the 4077th. Robert Alda is Alan's father. Maj. Taylor: Joseph Maher. Bartender: Tad Horino. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. Henry: McLean Stev (more…)
While a casualty-callous colonel (Leslie Nielsen) recovers in post-op, Hawkeye and Trapper plot to take him out of action and spread rumors about the rest of the staff to gain his confidence. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne Rog (more…)
Hawkeye's emotions run the gamut when an old friend (James Callahan) shows up in Korea to write a book about the war, and again when he's forced to confront a private (Ron Howard) who faked his age to enlist. Nancy: Lynnette Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Hen (more…)
Hawkeye recounts more incidents in another letter to his dad, including his naked foray into the mess tent, the tale of a man impersonating a surgeon and Radar's quest for his diploma. Casey: Alex Henteloff. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Nurse: Gail Bowman. Al (more…)
A Korean assistant (Soon-Taik Oh) needs to see his pregnant wife, and a GI (Dennis Dugan) wants to marry a girl from Rosie's bar. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Dr. Pak: Jerry Fujikawa. Soong Hi: Pat Li. Mrs. Kwang: Jeanne Joe. Sergeant: Robert Gruber. Frank: L (more…)
Rumors of a visit from Gen. Douglas MacArthur turn the 4077th upside down, but not all personnel are overly excited. Col. Whiteman: Graham Jarvis. Capt. Spalding: Loudon Wainwright III. Klinger: Jamie Farr. Henry: McLean Stevenson. Trapper: Wayne Rogers. L (more…)
During a particularly frigid Korean cold snap, a pair of long johns becomes a hot commodity and makes the rounds at the 4077th. This was the first episode written by Alan Alda. Beddoes: Kathleen King. Cook: Joseph Perry. Patient: Roy Goldman. Trapper: Wayn (more…)
The annual Army-Navy game has everyone's undivided attention---but then an unexploded shell lands in the compound. This episode's story was conceived by McLean Stevenson. Col. Hersh: Alan Manson. Mason: Bobbie Mitchell. Ugly John: John Orchard. Radar: Gary (more…)
During Hawkeye's stint as pay officer, a $10 oversight leads to nothing but trouble; Frank buys two pearl necklaces---one real, one fake. Capt. Sloan: Eldon Quick. Quoc: Jack Soo. Sgt. Zale: Johnny Haymer. Fr. Mulcahy: William Christopher. Radar: Gary Burg (more…)
A theft of penicillin prompts a visit from Col. Flagg (Edward Winter), but Hawkeye and Trapper discover the real reason for his interest. Perkins: Hilly Hicks. Rodriguez: Michael A. Salcido. Morris: Danil Torppe. Sgt. Clay: Stafford Repp. Klinger: Jamie Fa (more…)
Acerbity hits new heights as tempers flare in the OR between Hawkeye and Frank over the issue of surgical competence. Ugly John: John Orchard. Thompson: Wayne Bryan. Griffin: Lynnette Mettey. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Frank: Larry Linville. Co-written by Larry G (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper's overindulgence in teasing Frank results in the major's request for a transfer, until he hears there's gold in them thar hills. Dr. Kaplan: Harvey Goldenberg. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville.
Nonstop artillery rattles doctors and patients alike through a long, freezing night; Frank tears Margaret's tent apart looking for love notes; Klinger gets shot on guard duty. Abbott: Christopher Allport. Jenkins: Darren O'Connor. Frank: Larry Linville. Ma (more…)
The doctors are hit by an epidemic of requests for special favors; Frank goes for a joyride in a tank. Col. Griswald: Frank Marth. Sgt. Kimble: Bruce Kirby. Lt. Chivers: Ted Hamilton. Frank: Larry Linville. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell.
Word of a cease-fire sends the camp into a celebratory frenzy of unburdening, last-minute flings and rash decisions, but Trapper remains unconvinced of the war's end. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Ho-Jon: Patrick Adiarte. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Trapper: Wa (more…)
Hawkeye, B.J., Frank, Potter and Radar are stranded in unfamiliar territory when their bus breaks down on the way back from a medical conference. Korean Soldier: Soon-Teck Oh. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. B.J.: Mike Farrell. Frank: Larry Linville.
While a traveling USO troupe with an obnoxious emcee (Joey Forman) entertains the 4077th, Trapper deals with a difficult case and Henry worries when his wife goes into labor. Also, Frank plays practical jokes on Hawkeye, and a dentist on his way home fears (more…)
Gen. Clayton (Herb Voland) sends a psychiatrist (Anthony Holland) to the 4077th to gauge the camp's cohesiveness and fitness as a unit. Leslie: Linda Meiklejohn. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Frank: Larry Linville. Margaret: Loretta Swit. This second-season op (more…)
Surprises are in store for Potter on his 27th anniversary, but Radar saves the best gift for last. Cho: Richard Lee Sung. Dan: Buck Young. Potter: Harry Morgan. Radar: Gary Burghoff. Frank: Larry Linville. Directed by Alan Alda.
An inept, if punctual, bomber pilot provides comic relief for Hawkeye and Trapper, but inspires Frank to call out the heavy artillery. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Capt. Cardozo: Corey Fisher. Ginger: Odessa Cleveland. Klein: Sarah Fankboner. Powell: Gail Bo (more…)
Radar chronicles the antics of a typical week at the 4077th, which includes Hawkeye falling for a new nurse (Joan Van Ark), a POW (Derick Shimatsu) going berserk in the OR and Klinger seeking a psychiatric discharge. Allan Arbus made his first appearance a (more…)
Hawkeye and Trapper receive high-level flak when they buck the brass to report the “friendly fire” shelling of a South Korean village. Maj. Stoner: Frank Aletter. Gen. Clayton: Herb Voland. Nurse Mason: Leslie Evans. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. Trapper: Wayne (more…)
- Birth Name: Alphonso Joseph D'Abruzzo
- Birth Place: New York, New York, United States
- Profession: Actor, Screenwriter, Director, Author