What's the Difference between MASH the Movie and M*A*S*H the TV Show?

Comedy

MASH

51%
Released: 1970
Director: Robert Altman

M*A*S*H

49%
Released: 1972
Creator: Larry Gelbart
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In the Movie In the TV Show
Captain Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce
Portrayed by: Donald Sutherland
Captain Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce
Portrayed by: Alan Alda
Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" O'Houlihan
Portrayed by: Sally Kellerman
Maj. Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan
Portrayed by: Loretta Swit
Duke Forrest
This Character does not appear.
This Character does not appear.
Max Klinger
The Painless Pole
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M*A*S*H Movie vs TV Show
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In the Movie In the TV Show
   Hawkeye Pierce is a married man who enjoys fooling around with nurses. His hair is blond. Pierce is not married. He has brown hair. He is the Chief Surgeon with a specialty in thoracic surgery.
   McIntyre is the Chief Surgeon with a specialty in thoracic surgery. He is single and has brown hair. He has blond hair, is married and fools around with the nurses.
   A hidden microphone in Hot Lips' tent is used to hear her having sex with Burns. They are heard making baby type love talk to each other.
   Ho-Jon is drafted and Hawkeye gives him stimulants so he will fail the medical. Hawkeye gets Ho-Jon into his old college so he can avoid fighting.
   Hawkeye and Colonel Blake will use the slur "gook" on occasion to refer to Koreans. Hawkeye and Blake are both disgusted by racism and never use the word.
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