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  • I believe it was the wedding segment with Margaret that was used for publicity

    • by Orrymain

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      M*A*S*H: Dreams is an intensely offbeat show which is directed by series star Alan Alda. The directing is great, with neat segue ways from dream to reality, and vice versa.

      The 4077th ends up handling 211 patients in a 33 hour period, only to have more brought in after that. The personnel are

      exhausted and attempt to take catnaps in between having to be on duty. Their dreams, however, are more like nightmares than dreams, with visions of unpleasantness all around them.

      The nightmares include Margaret in her wedding dress, watching death take her bridegroom, B.J.’s dance with his wife that ends too soon, Charles tap dancing ...

      • with fireworks, and Hawkeye removing his own limbs. These are graphic depictions of an intensely emotional nature. A few of the dreams aren’t as violent or disturbing, such as Colonel Potter’s horseback ride, but most are riddled in topics that could be upsetting to viewers.

        I remember hearing about this show when it

        aired originally. I believe it was the wedding segment with Margaret that was used for publicity. As a whole, the show makes a comment about the craziness of the war and the fears surrounding it, but it’s the only episode so far that I might not allow children or those sensitive to wartime events to watch.

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