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  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Fox Home Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000OT6V1E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 98,635 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Goodbye Farewell and Amen 13 Feb 2014
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Great episode which, when I bought the final series of Mash, I did not realise this was included. I ordered this DVD before I received the full set of the final series - I contacted the seller , stating that I had ordered it error and why (I have not even taken it out of the packaging). The seller did not reply. Needless to say I will be very careful not to order from this seller again.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No Complaints 16 May 2007
By John Robinson - Published on
I understand the frustration to all who bought the season by season sets (myself included) but to those who didn't, but wanted the finale, this is a five-star set. This is STILL the highest-rated single episode in TV history - 125 million viewers - and that number is a far cry from the actual consumers who will buy the complete set; so for those, here ya are! The finale with all the extras!

The 30th Reunion Special features all the main stars (except the deceased McLean Stevenson and Larry Linville, even though there ARE interview clips of those two presented here) along with Gene Reynolds, Larry Gelbart, Burt Metcalfe and Allan Arbus (Dr. Sidney Freedman); Mike Farrell hosts this special, which aired in 2002. It's good to see Wayne Rogers and Alan Alda together again, although grayer. Loretta Swit still looks hot, but is that Botox or a face-lift? Jamie Farr never seems to age and Harry Morgan looks pretty feeble, yet feisty. Gary Burghoff is chunkier but still carries that sweet "Radar-ish" aura. William Christopher looks great as well, and there are times when he shoots the others a frustrated "why-did-you-tell-them-that?" glance when some Father Mulcahy behind-the-scenes anecdotes are told. If you've never heard David Ogden Stiers' real voice, you'll be surprised how much he does NOT sound like Major Winchester! The cast also tells us how much they loved working with Larry Linville (Major Burns) as his real personality was the complete opposite of ol' Ferret-Face. This Reunion Special is the best "extra" in the set.

"Memories Of MASH" is an old TV special, hosted by Shelley Long, probably due to her success on "Cheers."

The bloopers are good, but not enough of them.

"Jocularity" is a cast retrospective based on the word uttered by Father Mulcahy from time to time.

"Just The FAQs" is a ten-question MASH-trivia game for the viewer. The other special features are pretty self-explanatory.

I didn't mind buying this set, even though I have all the separate season collections - it's reasonably priced and not boxed in a clunky package as the season sets are.

I see too many TV-DVD reviewers on Amazon complaining about SO MANY television releases (mostly due to music or other alterations) and I see no reason for anyone to TRULY complain about this set, aside from those who already own GOODBYE, FAREWELL AND AMEN on season 11.

So, for those of you who loved the show, but aren't buying the season-by season sets, you will whole-heartedly get a kick out of this set (and prepare to get misty-eyed a couple of times).
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Could Use An Editor 6 Nov 2010
By LBloom - Published on
I came upon the first four seasons in the bargain bin for $7.95 a piece and couldn't resist since that would include all of the Henry Blake episodes plus the first season with Col Potter and BJ - classic MASH and irresistible.
I bought season 11 after buying all the others in order and I thought I had seen in the store that there were extras on it. I got home and noticed there weren't any. I reasoned that MASH was good enough without all of the extras on it's own.
I saw this in the store and thought it was the same as the one I already had but cheaper ($14.95 while season Eleven is usually around $19.95) and then realized that this was the finale plus assorted extras, not season 11.

The best of the extras is a "Biography" of MASH from the Biography channel giving a pretty good timeline of MASH from book to movie to tv and the recruiting of and eventual departure of certain key members of the cast. Even the failed spin-off, "AfterMASH" is recalled here.

The 30 year Anniversary Special reunites the cast, minus Larry Linville and Mclean Stevenson who had passed on.
Also noteworthy is an earlier special hosted by Shelley Long (Diane Chambers on Cheers).

The rest of these extras are a little on the tedious side:

There are some bloopers mostly reaturing Alan Alda and Mike Farrell. These are bloopers that repeat the same scene and the same mistakes too many times and should've included the other cast members as well.

A segment of PSA's (Public Service Announcements) for charities featuring Mike Farrell which made me wonder if the dvd player was stuck on repeat. Each PSA is practically a carbon copy of the one before it and when shown back to back the effect is almost annoying.

Also each cast member names their favorite episodes. Usually this is where they first joined the others or where the writers began to give certain charcters more lines. Hot Lips engagement...BJ's first day...Potter's arrival...etc

The trivia quiz is really dumb with the easiest questions you could imagine. No challenge whatsoever.

The main complaint about putting all of these features on all in one set is overkill. The interviews here within are compiled from anywhere from the early days of the show until 30 years later and don't appear to be put together for the dvd. As a result many of these interviews say the same thing.

Be prepared for the cast of your favorite show to give numerous interviews in which the main point that is stressed was the way the show uniquely combined comedy and drama, which may be commendable but after it's repeated several times gets a bit monotonous. Also the development of each character is discussed somewhat at length and this too can become a bit much. But stil, overall it's much better than anything else before or since and maybe they have reason to pat themselves on the back.
39 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally 29 April 2007
By Mark Ebert - Published on
When it comes to box sets I am not a completest. If I were to collect every season of every television show I have enjoyed I would spend the next 30-40 years doing little more than watching TV. Therefore, I was excited to see that my very favorite episode--perhaps of all time--is being released on its own.

I did collect the third season of M*A*S*H (my favorite overall), but I was hoping to add "Goodbye, Farewell & Amen". This is the motion picture lengtht series finale to the greatest comedy-drama ever filmed. Unlike many series enders this one nicely wraps up the futures of the characters and, after waiting for the war to end and to go home, it finally happens.

I only wish on this DVD set they would have included all of the "After M*A*S*H" episodes, that series was not popular at all at the time of its original airing, but for those of you who have collected all 11 seaons why not have the spin-off?

I am glad to see "Memories of M*A*S*H" released to DVD, as I think that is the best "M*A*S*H" reunion special featuring interveiws with many of the cast members who have since passed away.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I'm paying HOW MUCH again?! 22 May 2007
By Simon - Published on
When I heard the "Martinis and Medicine" collection would house the bonus features fans had been waiting for, I was more than a little upset that the loyal collectors were essentially being forced into a mega double-dip. I quickly decided I didn't need the bonus features and moved on with my life. Then I heard about Fox's special release of the series finale, and was glad the studio was throwing us a bone.

Then I actually walked into the store on release day, and balked at that expensive bone.

Objectively, this is a fine set for both the casual and hardcore fan. Tying the bonus materials to a series finale release draws in additional sales that wouldn't be possible if this was the bonus materials alone. It's a gift set, if you will. Nice slim packaging, nice graphics. The best-produced MASH set outside of the Martinis and Medicine box. You kinda wish the other seasons were this slim.

Fox also did a great job digging through the archives for material. All the major documentaries are here, including Memories of Mash, the 30th reunion, the A&E special. The docs rely too heavily on series clips at times, but otherwise the info is there. There are classic PSAs and episode promos, and the legendary unproduced script where two nurses trick Hawkeye into thinking he's gotten them both pregnant (it was deemed too risque to film, and it's a hoot to read). There's also a blooper reel, but it's a fraction of the known bloopers out there. What happened to the other stuff? About the only other thing I would've liked to see would be the IBM commercials starring the MASH cast, but Fox probably doesn't own those.

So it's a great, comprehensive, inclusive set of extras - but again, it's a heavy sticker price! I'm sure Fox had the option to make this set even a few dollars cheaper, and they didn't take it. That's disappointing.

I bought it. I still question if it was fully worth the price, but I have it now and that's that. And Fox has no more MASH to tempt me with now.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the biggest fans of M*A*S*H 27 July 2007
By Huge Mash Fan - Published on
I remember seeing posts about the Martinis and Medicine collection and how you have to buy the set the get the "extras". We were advised to call FOX and complain. To FOX's defense, at least they made an extra DVD set with the extra discs only which were not included in the individual seasons DVD. I am thankful I didn't have the buy the whole Martinis and Medicine to get the extras. Now, I gave this 4 stars because..Mash is and was the best TV series ever. Through its comedy and moral lessons we laughed and learned. I can't get enough of M*A*S*H and was hoping there were more bloopers (I found more on the internet and some from old VHS compilations). Also, I wish FOX could have included the elusive "Making of M*A*S*H" hosted by Mary Tyler Moore then by Judd Hirsh. THIS would have completed MY collection. If anyone has or knows where to get "Making of M*A*S*H)which came out in the 80's, please post. Lastly, from business point of view, the last episode was included to appeal to the lesser M*A*S*H fans so this DVD set would sell more. I understand but don't agree, selfishly, with this decision. More behind the scenes would have been much better.
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