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Early MASH opening sequence The opening sequence from MASH. It's hard to tell which season this is from, but it had to be one of the first three because Wayne Rogers and McLean Stevenson are listed as cast members. MASH was truly a groundbreaking show. It could not be easily defined as comedy or drama, but it was often compelling. It garnered 99 Emmy nominations in its 11-year run. The final episode remains the highest-rated show in American TV history.
Tags: MASH  opening 
Added: 3rd October 2007
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Posted By: Lava1964
Posted by: Cliffy on 2007-10-04 
It originally had words in the movie:

Through early morning fog I see
visions of the things to be
the pains that are withheld for me
I realize and I can see...
that suicide is painless
it brings on many changes
and I can take or leave it if I please.
I try to find a way to make
all our little joys relate
without that ever-present hate
but now I know that it's too late, and...
The game of life is hard to play
I'm gonna lose it anyway
The losing card I'll someday lay
so this is all I have to say.
The only way to win is cheat
And lay it down before I'm beat
and to another give my seat
for that's the only painless feat.
The sword of time will pierce our skins
It doesn't hurt when it begins
But as it works its way on in
The pain grows stronger...watch it grin, but...
A brave man once requested me
to answer questions that are key
is it to be or not to be
and I replied 'oh why ask me?'
'Cause suicide is painless
it brings on many changes
and I can take or leave it if I please.
...and you can do the same thing if you please.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-10-04 
Whenever I watch the movie, I compare it to the TV show. The comparison is unfavorable.
Posted by: Cliffy on 2007-10-04 
I'm curious Lava, in which way? I thought the show was much better than the movie.
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-10-04 
I agree, I feel that the series was much better, mainly because Elliott Gould wasn't in the series.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-10-04 
I don't think I worded my previous comment well. I agree with both you and Naomi, Cliff. The TV show was much better--especially the later seasons. The writing was superb.
Posted by: Angusrrrrrrrr on 2015-12-12 
Judging by the music around Wayne Rogers' name, this theme is from Season 2 (1973)
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