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
   Radar is as mature as the other enlisted men. Radar is sweet, innocent, childlike, and naive.
   Col. Blake pulls a little more authority; although he is lax on rules, the Swampmen make him feel like the boss when they are trying to get something from him. Col. Blake is a complete pushover who is easily manipulated by the Swampmen.
   Col. Blake is a Regular Army doctor who has been in the service for a long time. Col. Blake was drafted.
   Duke Forrest from Georgia and John MacIntyre from New England are two different surgeons who are Hawkeye's friends in the Swamp. John MacIntyre is from the South and takes on the characteristics of Forrest as well; he is Hawkeye's only friend in the Swamp.
   Col. Blake has been in the army for a long time. Col. Blake was drafted.
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