The M*A*S*H Quiz

Few TV shows have enjoyed the popularity both during and after their runs as M*A*S*H. It’s been twenty-six years since the series finale. How much about M*A*S*H do you remember?

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Throughout the TV series, the character of Father Mulcahy was played by William Christopher, except in the pilot episode, where he was portrayed by…
George Morgan
Gene Hackman
Sal Mineo
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Corporal Walter “Radar” O’Reilly received his iconic nickname from…
His extremely sophisticated knowledge of electronics.
His uncanny ability to know about things before they occur.
A meaningless nickname from his youth that somehow stuck.
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Where did Major Winchester attend medical school?
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Which of these “goofs” relating to Colonel Potter made its way into the series?
He enters the series at the beginning of season four as a Methodist. By season seven is a Presbyterian.
His horse Sophie changes sex during the course of the series.
During Potter’s first season his only child is a son. At the end of the series his only child is a daughter.
All of the Above.
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Where did Captain Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce get his nickname?
He was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the Hawkeye State.
It comes from the novel The Last of the Mohicans.
His incredible vision.
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In the very last episode, "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen," what character experiences a lucky twist of fate when a stray enemy tank crushes an outhouse he was about to enter?
Colonel Potter
Major Winchester
Father Mulcahy
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How many Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series did M*A*S*H win during its eleven year run?
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The novel on which the movie is based, MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors, was written by whom?
L.M. Levy
Richard Hooker
Bernard Malamud
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In the original movie, the theme song, "Suicide is Painless," is reprised mid-movie and centers around which character?
Major Frank Burns (Robert Duvall)
Lt. Maria Schneider (Jo Ann Pflug)
Capt. Walter Waldowski (John Schuck)