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Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould, Tom Skerritt, Sally Kellerman View All


Robert Altman (Director), Ring Lardner, Jr. (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jan. 24th, 1970
Runtime: 1 hour, 56 minutes
The staff of a Korean War field hospital use humor and high jinks to keep their sanity in the face of the horror of war.
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Later joined by heart surgeon Trapper (Elliot Gould), the men clash with a surgeon named Burns (Robert Duvall) and the head nurse Houlihan (Sally Kellerman), both of whom want the camp run by-the-book.
The humor in this film is exactly my type, and the writing is most of the reason I enjoyed the film so much.
And of course, a year and a half after the film's release, the film became a television series with Alan Alda and Wayne Rogers replacing Sutherland and Gould.