Are these true or false M*A*S*H facts?

Some of these details are real, and some of them are made up!

M*A*S*H isn't just a great sitcom; it's also a historical document. As memories of the Korean War fade into the distant past, we increasingly rely on artifacts and retellings to keep the lessons fresh. After all, if we don't learn from history, we're all doomed to repeat it.

So tell us: Did you learn from history? Were you paying close attention to M*A*S*H, or is the memory fading into your distant past? Here are some quick questions to see if you're able to recall trivial facts about the long-running series. Be sure to share your thoughts and your score in the comments section below!

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  1. The actors always wore army boots on set to ensure authenticity.
  2. Captain Halloran and Colonel Flagg are played by the same actor.
  3. "Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen" was the finale, but "As Time Goes By" was filmed last.
  4. Four characters (utilizing five actors total) appeared in both the pilot and the finale.
  5. After leaving the show, McLean Stevenson appeared as Henry Blake in a sketch on Cher's variety show.
  6. The "Q" in Maxwell Q. Klinger stands for Quincy.
  7. Only one episode features the episode title on-screen.
  8. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake is from Toledo, Ohio.
  9. Father Mulcahy is the only character on the show played by two actors.
  10. The meaning of "Trapper" John's nickname is never revealed in the show.
  11. Alan Alda played his character's own mother in season four, episode fifteen.
  12. The show's ninth season had the lowest ratings of the entire run.
  13. M*A*S*H shares exterior filming locations with The Towering Inferno.
  14. Klinger and Hotlips Houlihan shared the same wedding dress.
  15. The actors who played Col. Blake in the show and the movie died within a day of each other.

Are these true or false M*A*S*H facts?

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PDCougar 1 month ago
Question #7's answer here isn't correct. "Welcome to Korea" does -not- appear anywhere in that 4th season opener. While there -are- some words in the opening of that episode -- such as a quote by Eisenhower -- the words "Welcome to Korea" are not there. I just checked my DVD of that one to confirm this.

And, regarding #9, there are several other characters who were played by more than one performer. Sherman Potter was played by 2 people in the "Dreams" episode. Donald Penobscott was played by 2 different people. And a whole platoon of actresses played somebody named "Nurse Able" or "Nurse Baker."
Snickers 2 months ago
Sorry to see there still force feeding two hours of M*A*S*H to the viewers every night. Makes me kind of glad we don't get MeTV up here.
Brave10 Snickers 1 month ago
It is horrible.
Charleshorse 2 months ago
I wish they would have had a Col. Flagg week. He was so funny.
"QUIET or I'll use you to clean a cannon."
richaroo74 2 months ago
Jeez. Oh well. You'll have that.
Wenatchee7 2 months ago
13/15 I'm about all M*A*S*H*E*D out with M*A*S*H questions.
Rocco 3 months ago
I got 11 of 15. Not good in my opinion. I’ve been watching forever.
JellyrollJackson 3 months ago
9/15. Bad score considering it’s one of my favorite shows 🤣
Shortround 3 months ago
What can I watch these shows as his own at that time on my tablet
Shortround Shortround 1 month ago
Can I watch me t v on my tablet when my tv blow out
Shortround Shortround 1 month ago
Are you there
LynCarrigan 3 months ago
Someone please tell me about “Trapper”Thanks.
Charleshorse LynCarrigan 2 months ago
I know he cheated on his wife right and left. My gosh!
JennylovesTV 3 months ago
9/15 I thought I knew Mash better than that.😕
Giggity JennylovesTV 3 months ago
Me too.. I disappointed myself..
JeffPaul76 3 months ago
"You got 10 out of 15" -------"At ease, soldier! In the war between true and false, you fought admirably. I got 4, 12, 13, & 14 wrong.
Cougar90 3 months ago
10 out of 15. Good quiz, a tough one.
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