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Robert Altman's irreverent dark comedy about military surgeons comes to DVD with this fabulous two-disc set from 20th Century Fox. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. For anyone who has only seen the film pan-and-scan on video and television, this transfer is a revelation. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital Stereo and Dolby Digital Mono, while a French soundtrack has also been recorded in ...
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Robert Altman's irreverent dark comedy about military surgeons comes to DVD with this fabulous two-disc set from 20th Century Fox. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. For anyone who has only seen the film pan-and-scan on video and television, this transfer is a revelation. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital Stereo and Dolby Digital Mono, while a French soundtrack has also been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. The superb supplemental materials include a commentary track recorded by Altman. The track is informative, but Altman does stay quiet for long stretches of time. Also included are four different documentaries. The best is "Enlisted: The Story of MASH," which features new interviews with the cast members reminiscing about the shoot. Although much of the information is covered in the commentary track, it is great to hear other people's interpretations of the events. Another documentary shows a reunion of the cast members which comes about when Altman is given a lifetime achievement award. The least essential extra is the AMC "Backstory" on the film. The "Enlisted" documentary covers all of the same information in much greater depth. Finally, there is an excellent before and after display that showcases the work that went into the visual and audio restoration. This is a superb disc that gives MASH the respect it deserves as one of the great comedies in movie history.
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Special Features

Disc one: Uncut version restored to its original 1970 theatrical release presented in anamorphic widescreen; commentary by director Robert Altman; 15-minute "AMC Backstory" featurette; still gallery; theatrical trailer. Disc two: 2 documentaries: Enlisted: The Story of M*A*S*H and M*A*S*H: History Through The Lens; M*A*S*H 30th Anniversary Reunion; film restoration segment; an "easter egg"
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All Movie Guide - Mark Deming
Robert Altman's commercial breakthrough after more than 20 years of industrial films and TV work felt like an joyous shout of liberation, not just for its director but for the film industry in general. MASH was proudly, gleefully, gloriously rude as few previous Hollywood films had dared to be, not just in using four-letter words but also in a hilariously casual disrespect for religion, the military, American foreign policy, and authority as a whole. While more than a few war movies had centered on men who served despite personal misgivings, MASH put us in the middle of an Army field hospital in the Korean War, where draftee doctors openly decry the "regular Army clowns" as they try to patch up the butchered bodies of soldiers from both sides. The cynical disrespect and mordant wit of Hawkeye Pierce (Donald Sutherland) and Trapper John McIntyre (Elliott Gould) was a breath of enjoyably foul air, especially at a time when America was knee-deep in the ongoing Vietnam War, the obvious analogue of the movie's Korean conflict. Also, the film's willingness to set its cheerfully vulgar humor (often involving sex and nudity) against the bloody horrors of surgery and the unpleasant realities of war was both brave and appropriate; it gave the film a moral balance that allowed the comic and tragic elements to temper each other. If MASH seems more controlled than much of Altman's later work, his trademark free-floating, catch-things-on-the-sly ambience is very much in evidence, as if he'd been wanting to make this sort of film his whole life and wasn't going to blow his chance. He didn't. Also, if you know MASH as a TV series and not as a film, prepare yourself for a shock; there is nothing warm and fuzzy about this movie, which makes its bitter humor all the more effective.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/8/2002
  • UPC: 024543027096
  • Original Release: 1970
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Mono / Stereo / Thx
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo, monaural, THX-Supervised Mastering
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:56:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elliott Gould Trapper John
Donald Sutherland Hawkeye
Tom Skerritt Duke
Sally Kellerman Maj. Hot Lips
Jo Ann Pflug Lt. Dish
Robert Duvall Maj. Frank Burns
Roger Bowen Col. Henry Blake
Gary Burghoff Radar O'Reilly
David Arkin Sgt. major Vollmer
Fred Williamson Spearchucker
Michael Murphy Me lay
Kim Atwood Ho-Jon
Indus Arthur Lt. Leslie
John Schuck Painless Pole
Dawne Damon Capt. Scorch
Carl Gottlieb Ugly John
Tamara Horrocks Captain "Knocko" McCarthy
G. Wood Gen. Hammond
Corey John Fischer Capt. Bandini
Stephen Altman Hawkeye's 5-Year-Old Son
René Auberjonois Dago Red
Timothy Brown Corporal Judson
Buck Buchanan Football Player (uncredited)
Cathleen Cordell Nurse Corps Captain
Bud Cort Pvt. Lorenzo Boone
Ben Davidson
Danny Goldman Capt. Murrhardt
Dale Ishimoto Korean Doctors
Jerry Jones Motor Pool Sergeant
Ted Knight Voice Only, Voice Only
Harvey Levine 2nd Lieutenant
Weaver Levy
Marvin Miller Offstage Dialog
Lloyd Nelson
Ken Prymus Pfc. Seidman
Fran Tarkenton
Bobby Troup Sgt. Gorman
Technical Credits
Robert Altman Director
L.B. Abbott Special Effects
Michael Altman Songwriter
Art Cruickshank Special Effects
Leon Ericksen Associate Producer
Bernard Freericks Sound/Sound Designer
Danford B. Greene Editor
Ring Lardner Jr. Screenwriter
Arthur Lonergan Art Director
Johnny Mandel Score Composer
Ingo Preminger Producer
Stuart A. Reiss Set Decoration/Design
Walter Scott Set Decoration/Design
Jack Martin Smith Art Director, Production Designer
Herbert Spencer Musical Direction/Supervision
Harold E. Stine Cinematographer
Dan Striepeke Makeup
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. Main Titles [:13]
2. Then There Was... Korea [2:50]
3. The Captain's Jeep [2:02]
4. The New Cutters [2:02]
5. Major Burns [3:50]
6. Meatball Surgery [2:01]
7. Onward, Christian Soldiers [1:24]
8. The Chest Cutter [4:03]
9. Meet Trapper John [:59]
10. Trapper's TKO [3:37]
11. A Regular Army Clown [:56]
12. Hail to the Chief [:46]
13. A Good Team [:59]
14. The Big Broadcast [1:59]
15. Hello, Hot Lips [4:11]
16. Burns Goes Berserk [1:35]
17. Walt's Problem [3:19]
18. Suicide Is Painless [1:05]
19. The Last Supper [3:02]
20. An Act of Mercy [4:24]
21. The Blood Donor [1:59]
22. A Real Blonde [1:36]
23. Going to Town [2:04]
24. Drafted [4:29]
25. A Special Assignment [1:26]
26. The Pros From Dover [:46]
27. "Me Lay" Marston [5:05]
28. Waiting for the Colonel [3:48]
29. Fixing the Fistula [1:00]
30. Back to Korea [1:24]
31. Duke & Hot Lips [5:18]
32. The General's Proposition [1:24]
33. Football Practice [1:23]
34. The Big Game [2:29]
35. Pressing the Bets [2:31]
36. The Ringer [1:54]
37. Number 88's Sister [:12]
38. The Winning Play [1:51]
39. Going Home [2:25]
40. Tonight's Movie... [1:21]
Side #2 --
0. Chapter Selection
1. A Chancy Project [2:18]
2. Creating the Script [2:24]
3. The Casting [2:34]
4. Room to Improvise [4:39]
5. The Loudspeaker [2:31]
6. Sally's Nude Scene [3:00]
7. The Last Supper [1:44]
8. Michael's Song [1:38]
9. Script Changes [2:48]
10. The Operating Scenes [2:01]
11. The "F" Word [1:52]
12. Lardner's Words [:23]
13. An Anti-War Attitude [3:30]
14. Thirty Years After [1:45]
15. End Titles [1:40]
0. Chapter Selection
1. Behind the Laughter [1:01]
2. Comedy and Conflict [1:03]
3. The Book [2:11]
4. From Book to Film [3:09]
5. An Anti-War Film [2:55]
6. The Real M.A.S.H. [1:16]
7. The Korean War [1:57]
8. The Mobile Hospitals [1:22]
9. Korean Involvement [4:04]
10. Brand New Doctors [2:00]
11. The Nurses [1:02]
12. Discipline [2:59]
13. Blood and Gore [2:59]
14. The TV Series [1:52]
15. A Quest for Authenticity [3:40]
16. Folding the Tents [3:51]
17. The M*A*S*H Legacy [4:04]
18. End Titles [1:42]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Language Selection
      Languages: English Stereo
      Languages: English Mono
      Languages: French Mono
      Captions & Subtitles: English
      Captions & Subtitles: None
   Special Features
      Commentary by Robert Altman
      Backstory: Mash
      Theatrical Trailer
      Still Gallery
      THX Optimode
         Audio Tests
            Play Test
         Video Tests
            Play Test
      Hidden Feature: Helicopter
   Officers Mess
   Showers
   Swamp
   Officers Club
   Operating Theater
Side #2 --
   Enlisted: The Story of M*A*S*H
      Play
   M*A*S*H: Comedy Under Fire
      Play
   M*A*S*H Reunion
   Film Restoration
   Burns
   Chief Nurse
   Swamp
   Painless
   Operating Theater
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    This has been a favorite movie of mine, and also the TV show, this a movie that is made to be funny, but has a serious undertone to it. War is not a funny thing but these people made the best of it in the movie like a family these people came together and worked throught the tough times.

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