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By Sherwood Kiraly | September 25, 2009
In his memoir, “Never Have Your Dog Stuffed,” Alan Alda relates that in the early ’70s, on an outdoor shoot for the hit series “M A S H,” he was called upon to say a scripted line that made no sense. Writer-producer Larry Gelbart wasn’t on location to consult, but Alda and co-star Wayne Rogers figured that because Gelbart had written it, it had to be good. So Alda, as Hawkeye Pierce, said it as written. Watching the rushes later, Gelbart was appalled.
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By Sherwood Kiraly | September 25, 2009
In his memoir, “Never Have Your Dog Stuffed,” Alan Alda relates that in the early ’70s, on an outdoor shoot for the hit series “M A S H,” he was called upon to say a scripted line that made no sense. Writer-producer Larry Gelbart wasn’t on location to consult, but Alda and co-star Wayne Rogers figured that because Gelbart had written it, it had to be good. So Alda, as Hawkeye Pierce, said it as written. Watching the rushes later, Gelbart was appalled.
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