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13th Sep '17 4:07:21 AM Ccook1956
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* PantyShot: The 4077th cheerleaders, in pleated skirts, do a cartwheel.
18th Aug '17 6:53:07 PM Mdumas43073
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* HiMom: While taking Ho-Jon to his military physical, Hawkeye is filmed by a newsreel camerawoman, who invites him to say hello to his mother back home. He tells her his mother's deceased, then asks to say hello to his dad instead. (According to Donald Sutherland, when his parents saw this film for the first time and they got to this scene, his father stood right up in the theater and shouted, "Hi, Donny!" back at the screen.)

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* HiMom: While taking Ho-Jon to his military physical, Hawkeye is filmed by a newsreel camerawoman, who invites him to say hello to his mother back home. He tells her his mother's deceased, then asks to say hello to his dad instead. (According [[note]]According to Donald Sutherland, when his parents saw this film for the first time and they got to this scene, his father stood right up in the theater and shouted, "Hi, Donny!" back at the screen.)[[/note]]
18th Aug '17 6:50:15 PM Mdumas43073
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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to tell Duke they've gotten their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]

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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to tell Duke they've gotten their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by a loud welcoming party including his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]
18th Aug '17 6:49:13 PM Mdumas43073
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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to announce they've got their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]

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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to announce tell Duke they've got gotten their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]
18th Aug '17 6:48:05 PM Mdumas43073
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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to tell him they've got their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]

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* ImagineSpot: Toward the end when Hawkeye comes into the O.R. to tell him announce they've got their orders to go home, Duke has a quick flash of himself emerging from a plane back in the States and being greeted by his wife and kids.[[note]] The book and the original version of the script end with both Duke and Hawkeye being met by their wives and children in their respective home states.[[/note]]



* MistakenForServant: Due to Hawkeye using his rank insignia to pin a busted zipper on his bags in the opening scene, Duke assumes that he's the driver to get him to the 4077th. Hawkeye doesn't bother to correct him until they have arrived and are eating and Col. Blake asks about the "stolen jeep". Later, as Radar is moving Hawkeye and Duke into the Swamp, Vollmer stops to question his "billeting these enlisted men in the officers' area", then gives an embarrassed salute when corrected.

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* MistakenForServant: MistakenForServant:
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Due to Hawkeye using his rank insignia to pin a busted zipper on his bags in the opening scene, Duke assumes that he's the driver to get him to the 4077th. Hawkeye doesn't bother to correct him until they have arrived and are eating and Col. Blake asks about the "stolen jeep".
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Later, as Radar is moving Hawkeye and Duke into the Swamp, Vollmer stops to question his "billeting these enlisted men in the officers' area", then gives an embarrassed salute when corrected.
18th Aug '17 6:46:37 PM Mdumas43073
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* PomPomGirl: The nurses--led by Hot Lips--serve as these for the 4077th during the football game, while the 325th Evac has a squad of regular cheerleaders.
30th May '17 7:58:43 PM avon
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** Judson's rendition of "Suicide is Painless", sung during the mock funeral along with guitar accompaniment is much more in the style of [[TheSixties mid to late 60s]] folk music that sprung out of the Civil Rights/Vietnam Era (think Joan Baez) as opposed to anything during the early [[TheFifties 1950s]] which was still ruled by doo-wop, rockabilly, and early rock and roll.
27th May '17 12:09:52 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Apart from a few mentions of them being in Korea, the sets, costumes and props are clearly meant to evoke TheVietnamWar which was ongoing at the time. This was intentional.[[note]] The title "And then there was... KOREA" followed by quotes from Generals Douglas [=MacArthur=] and Dwight Eisenhower over the scene of Hawkeye walking to the jeep at the beginning of the film were added at the insistence of 20th Century Fox.[[/note]]

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* {{Expy}}: Apart from a few mentions of them being in Korea, the sets, costumes and props are clearly meant to evoke TheVietnamWar UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar which was ongoing at the time. This was intentional.[[note]] The title "And then there was... KOREA" followed by quotes from Generals Douglas [=MacArthur=] and Dwight Eisenhower over the scene of Hawkeye walking to the jeep at the beginning of the film were added at the insistence of 20th Century Fox.[[/note]]



* PresentDayPast: Korea ca. 1950 looks and feels a helluva lot like [[VietnamWar Vietnam]] ca. 1970. Once again, [[WordOfGod this was entirely intentional on Altman's part]].

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* PresentDayPast: Korea ca. 1950 looks and feels a helluva lot like [[VietnamWar [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar Vietnam]] ca. 1970. Once again, [[WordOfGod this was entirely intentional on Altman's part]].
19th May '17 9:16:11 PM Mdumas43073
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This is one of a few different Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox films alleged to have been the first pre-recorded videocassette to roll off the assembly line at Creator/MagneticVideo in the fall of 1977.

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This is also one of a few different Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox films alleged to have been the first pre-recorded videocassette to roll off the assembly line at Creator/MagneticVideo in the fall of 1977.
7th May '17 11:32:54 AM alnair20aug93
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* PilotMovie: We wouldn't have the show had this movie wasn't made.
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