Can you spot the M*A*S*H actors in these horror movies?

Try to find the familiar face in these thrillers!

M*A*S*H brilliantly found laughter and drama in the horrors of war, but it never dipped into the genre of horror. The 4077th did all dress up in Halloween costumes for "Trick or Treatment," at least.

Outside of M*A*S*H, however, the stars of the show did sometimes dabble in horror and suspense movies. We gathered some scenes from the 1960s, '70s and '80s that featured M*A*S*H actors.

Try to spy them. Match them to the correct M*A*S*H character!

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  1. He kills a giant snake at the end of 'Curse II: The Bite.' Who was he on M*A*S*H?
    Image: Scream Factory
  2. A M*A*S*H actor was in 'Race with the Devil,' about people who stumble upon a Satanic cult ritual. Can you find the M*A*S*H character?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  3. After playing this M*A*S*H character, he took a dark turn as the killer in 'Small Kill.'
    Image: Weintraub Entertainment Group
  4. Can you spot a M*A*S*H face in the quirky 1972 thriller 'To Kill a Clown'?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  5. Which M*A*S*H character do you spy in the 1985 movie 'The Bad Seed'?
    Image: Warner Bros.
  6. One of these men is a vampire in the Ghost Story episode "Elegy for a Vampire." One of these men also played a M*A*S*H character.
    Image: Sony Pictures Television
  7. He was also a murderous alien in The Invaders episode "Spores."
  8. Try to spy the M*A*S*H face that was in the killer tiger movie 'Maneaters Are Loose!'
  9. This M*A*S*H face was a medical examiner in 'C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D.'
    Image: Vestron Pictures
  10. He was victim on a biological outbreak in 1985's 'Warning Sign.'
    Image: 20th Century Fox
  11. Finally, see if you can spy a M*A*S*H face amongst these medical students in 'Young Frankenstein.'
    Image: 20th Century Fox

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EllisClevenger 21 days ago
You got 11 out of 11
#11.
Very hard.
Guessed.
Guessed, right.
LindaWilliams 23 days ago
You got 10 out of 11
Pretty terrifying stuff, no? How good were you at examining the evidence?
John 23 days ago
9/11
I would have had 10/11 but I second guessed on #4
I also got #11 wrong too
DuanneWalton 23 days ago
You got 9 out of 11
Pretty terrifying stuff, no? How good were you at examining the evidence?

No pic of Alan Alda from The Mephisto Waltz?
Yeah, he was a possessed pianist, how could they ignore it?
Mke 24 days ago
8 of 11,,,had trouble seeing a couple on my phone,,
CarrieMcCourt 24 days ago
11/11 The only one that almost threw me was #3
STTOS 24 days ago
You got 11 out of 11 - Pretty terrifying stuff, no? How good were you at examining the evidence? - The last one #11 was the trickiest. Was able to rule out Nurse Kellye and had to look long and hard until I recognized Igor. It was his eyes.
MaryHelen 24 days ago
You got 8 out of 11 pretty good considering i never watched mash
daDoctah 24 days ago
I just saw a Mannix rerun on MeTV the other night that had Edward Winter (Col. Flagg) as a sheriff. Larry Linville was a sometime regular on the series (but not this episode) as one of Joe's several police captain friends.
cperrynaples daDoctah 24 days ago
I believe Linville came on when Robert Reed wasn't available!
Wiseguy daDoctah 23 days ago
Loretta Swit, Mike Farrell, Johnny Haymer (Sgt. Zale) and John Orchard (Ugly John, first season) all appeared on Mannix.
cperrynaples Wiseguy 23 days ago
Speaking of first-year MASH, does anybody remember the black soldier with a nickname you can't say today [unless you're a Trumper...LOL!!]?
You sad, little person.
The nickname was explained in the movie.
The character threw the javelin, in college.

OK, but if you used that name today, I guarantee you'd be in trouble! Just like the kids in South Park when they found out Tom Cruise was putting soft chocolate in boxes...LOL!! And BTW, a white guy would say javelin and not THAT word UNLESS he wore a red cap!
SusanFouty cperrynaples 18 days ago
Spearchucker Jones
cperrynaples SusanFouty 18 days ago
Now Ellis don't try to tell me that's not offensive! It's in the same catagory as jungle bunny and porch monkey [Inspired a great joke in Clerks 2, however!],
AgingDisgracefully 24 days ago
You left out the guy who was in the TV horror show, Hello, Larry!
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