Mash: Season 11 clip - starring Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell.
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A submarine commander teams up with a con man to get his vessel back in action. Very funny chemistry between Grant and Curtis!
Originally based on the book and movie of the same name, MASH chronicles the exploits of the 4077th, a MASH unit charged with taking care of wounded soldiers during the Korean War.
Call girl Susan Hayward weds easygoing politician Dean Martin and helps him against corrupt state officials in Ada (1961).
A rancher's rebellious son tries to teach him that violence is no longer an answer in Gunman's Walk (1958).
Psych-ward orderly Laibowitz (Tony Curtis) trying to control gone-bonkers Colonel Bliss (Eddie Albert) when Gregory Peck (title character) arrives with nurse Corum (Angie Dickinson), in Captain Newman, M.D., 1963.
Chilled candidate for governor Bo (Dean Martin) introduces the call-girl he's just married (Susan Hayward, title character) to guru Sylvester (Wilfrid Hyde-White, playing Southern), press aide Martin Balsam observing, in Ada, 1961, from a Pulitzer-nominated novel by Wirt Williams.
A World War II Army psychiatrist (Gregory Peck) tries to help his battle-shocked patients in Captain Newman, M.D. (1964).
Gregory Peck (title character) discussing a patient with Larrabee (Robert F. Simon) at the mess hall, then getting in a spat with nurse Corum (Angie Dickinson) over staff, in Captain Newman, M.D., 1963.
Just introduced, southern state gubernatorial candidate Bo (Dean Martin) and entertainer Susan Hayward (title character) get to know each other, in Ada, 1961, directed by Daniel Mann from the novel by Wirt Williams.
Sen. and Mrs. Stoddard (James Stewart, Vera Miles) discover the minimal preparations for a friend's funeral, Pompey (Woody Strode) already mourning, early in John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, 1962.
Doniphon (John Wayne) holds the door as Stoddard (James Stewart) launches his political career and, flashing back to present day, editor Scott (Carleton Young) utters the famouos line, in John Ford's The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, 1962.
Portion of the opening, in which we meet star Dean Martin as Bo Gillis, the singing candidate for governor of a southern state bordering Alabama, with press aide Steve (Martin Balsam), in Ada, 1961, also starring Susan Hayward.
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