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BeccaLeo1972

Posted:
5/24/2017 6:37:02 PM

What happens

What happens when all the cast members have passed away? I know some have children who can reflect on Mash on behalf of their parent and maybe grandchildren who have heard the stories. However, what about the cast members who never had children? Its a sad subject but i don't believe we have ever discussed this one before.

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
5/25/2017 11:10:01 PM

With any luck, we'll be able to keep watching syndicated episodes like I Love Lucy.
To me the 20th and 30th anniversary specials provided a lot of insights on the show. There's a number of interviews on YouTube right now. I'm not really looking for any more background info or insider information on MASH.
I think it would be cool if the last surviving cast member has a toast to his/her cast mates, like Col Potter did to his WWI buddies.

BeccaLeo1972

Posted:
5/26/2017 6:11:08 PM

Thank goodness for the reunion specials. I do hope the complete/individual seasons are re-released on DVD with a lot of special features one day.

FinestKindinTN

Posted:
5/31/2017 2:30:06 AM

I just don't know what kind of additional material they would have for any special features. It seems as if there are more cameras "behind-the-scenes" for today's shows because there's opportunities to make money releasing special editions. Back in the 70s and early 80s those opportunities were not available and therefore no reason to generate a lot of additional stuff. It would be neat to have all the MASH-related material compiled on a DVD set - the reunion specials, any MASH documentaries or biographies on the characters, news features on the show, and some appearances the actors made on other shows.

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