Was this a M*A*S*H character or Vice President of the United States?

Were they acquaintances of Benjamin Franklin Pierce… or work with Franklin Pierce?

M*A*S*H felt real because it was based on reality. The rich characters helped, too. 

With names like Henry Braymore Blake, Sherman Tecumseh Potter, John Francis Xavier McIntyre and Benjamin Franklin Pierce, the members of the 4077th sounded like figures straight out of American history. They could easily be mistaken for real generals or senators… or Vice Presidents.

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  1. Walter Eugene O'Reilly
  2. Charles Gates Dawes
  3. Bartford Hamilton Steele
  4. Franklin Delano Marion Burns
  5. Charles Warren Fairbanks
  6. Calvin Spalding
  7. William Rufus DeVane King
  8. William Almon Wheeler
  9. Oliver Harmon Jones
  10. Wilson Spaulding Barker
  11. John "Cactus Jack" Nance Garner III
  12. Richard Mentor Johnson
  13. Maynard M. Mitchell
  14. Crandell Clayton
  15. Garret Augustus Hobart

Was this a M*A*S*H character or Vice President of the United States?

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garyhallman 3 months ago
screwed up on frank burns, punched in too soon without reading whole thing
STTOS 11 months ago
You got 14 out of 15 - Go ahead and toot your horn! You passed this trivia test! Missed #11, had a brain cramp and was thinking of "Smilin' Jack" the chopper pilot.
Randall 24 months ago
# 2 , Charles Gates Dawes, wrote the pop song It's all in the game, he wrote the tune sometime in the 1920s and around the mid 1950s it became a hit record for Tommy Edwards.
EllisClevenger 34 months ago
You got 15 out of 15
Go ahead and toot your horn! You passed this trivia test!
Otis49 34 months ago
I got 13 out of 15. Happy with that. Vice Presidents are much harder to identify since you seldom hear about them. They make excellent trivia questions, though.
Willalexmac 40 months ago
I must say, I never knew John Nance Garner was either a "III", or Nicknamed "Cactus Jack" (perhaps the inspiration for the name of Kirk Douglas's character in "The Villain"?) But I do know the names of the all the U.S. veeps. So yeah, I aced that one.
Willalexmac Willalexmac 40 months ago
Relishag 41 months ago
Yay I'm some what smart laughing out loud
FatOlBroad 41 months ago
You got 14 out of 15.
DouglasMorris 41 months ago
12/15! missed 6, 10, and 13. I will toot my own horn!
daDoctah 41 months ago
Couldn't miss on William Rufus Devane King. He was VP at the time Washington was made a state, and King county (where Seattle is located) was named for him. Later, they changed the county so it could be named after Martin Luther King Jr instead, and didn't have to pay to have any signs changed.
KellyShort 41 months ago
You got 13 out of 15
Not bad
ColRSG2 41 months ago
15 out of 15. I Know M.A.S.H., but I was excellent in History too! Yeah.
JKMallaber 41 months ago
Got all except 2. Missed the "Spalding/Spaulding" questions.
mcfarlanejb 41 months ago
15/15–guess I’ve spent an awful lot of time watching MASH over the years!
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