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Fighting for family, life after M*A*S*H ("Radar" actor Gary Burghoff is a Christian!)
ASSIST News Service ^ | May 2, 2006 | Scott Harrup

Posted on 05/02/2006 5:35:23 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger

SPRINGFIELD, MO (ANS) -- Gary Burghoff almost never gives interviews anymore. The actor, best known for his role as Cpl. “Radar” O’Reilly in both the movie and television series M*A*S*H, is 62 and long retired to private life.

But in a February interview with Canadian radio talk show host Drew Marshall on Oakville, Ontario’s JOY 1250, Burghoff speaks candidly about a decision he made not long after he left M*A*S*H.

“Family, to me, became the most important thing,” he says of his rationale for exiting the show that defined his career. “I was not available as a father because of my work. That doesn’t stop when the work stops. Whenever you go out as a family, you’re always torn from family to deal with public recognition.”

Burghoff turned down other offers that followed. Unfortunately, leaving M*A*S*H couldn’t save his marriage. In the late 1970s, Burghoff moved back to Connecticut, his boyhood home, and began life as a single parent of his 4-year-old daughter.

While dealing with the divorce, Burghoff lost his father. It was a dark time, but it forced him to ask some critical questions.

“My father had said when I was in New York early on struggling as an actor that if you don’t know the Bible you don’t have a foundation,” Burghoff says. “I had told him from an agnostic point of view that the Bible was a very good book, but it wasn’t the only book. But after M*A*S*H I realized he might have something. I had given my life over to the world instead of to God.”

For the next two years, Burghoff pursued an intense study of the Scriptures. It was life-changing.

“When you become that empty vessel that is ready to be filled,” he says, “the veil is lifted. You suddenly understand those words. That’s what happened. The Bible before was always an enigma to me. But now I could understand it. The Lord says, ‘Ask and you shall receive.’ And I was asking.”

Burghoff’s second marriage blessed him with two sons, but his growing faith created a distance between him and his wife.

“I’d married a wonderful woman,” he says, “but she was not walking the same Christian walk, so there was a great communication gap in the marriage.”

When they separated and she moved to California with their sons, Burghoff again put family before his own dreams. Although he had planned to return to his New England roots, he was determined to be a father to his sons.

“My choice was a very easy one,” he says. “I’m going to be a father to my kids first. Because that, like my walk with the Lord, is who I am. I’m a daddy.”

Burghoff moved across the country and lived down the street from his estranged wife for 12 years so they could raise their kids together.

“Fathers who don’t do that are sacrificing something wonderful,” he says. “A divorce is between two people, never between a parent and children. I know the Lord hates divorce, but He hates abandonment, I think, a lot more.”

Today, Burghoff enjoys traveling and promoting wildlife-related causes. His wildlife paintings reach a growing and appreciative audience. But spiritually, he keeps two points in focus -- Christian fellowship and the Word.

“Without the Word,” he says, “I’m rootless, I have no foundation. Whenever things seem bleak, I go back to that source. If art is a personal reflection of the beauty you see in life, I want to go to the source, so I go to wildlife. I do the same thing with spiritual beauty.”


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KEYWORDS: christians; garyburghoff; hollywood; mash; radar; spankmonkey
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Gary Burghoff today

Sorry, all I can remember when I think of Radar is the one time I saw his bare tushie in one show where the camp was getting shelled. Again. Didn't think they would allow that on TV like that, butt they did.

Butt jokes aside, it is nice to know that things seem to be working out and that Mr. Burghoff has grounded his life in the Bible.

1 posted on 05/02/2006 5:35:27 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger
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To: DaveLoneRanger

This makes up for the story about Mr. Sulu.


2 posted on 05/02/2006 5:42:08 PM PDT by ElkGroveDan (California bashers will be called out)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

good post. thanks


3 posted on 05/02/2006 5:42:13 PM PDT by wrathof59
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Maybe, he was perfect for that one character. To me, he was always humble, sweet and caring, which is what all Christians should be.


4 posted on 05/02/2006 5:43:37 PM PDT by wizr (wiz - Sound on prairie, made by buffalo.)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Interesting post, thanks.


5 posted on 05/02/2006 5:45:49 PM PDT by Full Court (Howdy!)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

He was my favorite Could not stand ferret face

Wait for it ................

Wup Wup Wup Wup


6 posted on 05/02/2006 5:45:54 PM PDT by al baby (Father of the Beeber)
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To: DaveLoneRanger
“Without the Word,” he says, “I’m rootless, I have no foundation. Whenever things seem bleak, I go back to that source. If art is a personal reflection of the beauty you see in life, I want to go to the source, so I go to wildlife. I do the same thing with spiritual beauty.”

Hear, hear. No better spiritual norishment than the Word of God.

7 posted on 05/02/2006 5:46:31 PM PDT by Ladysmith ((NRA, SAS))
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To: wizr
Maybe, he was perfect for that one character. To me, he was always humble, sweet and caring, which is what all Christians should be.

He was perfect for that one character. Burghoff was the only actor that was in both the movie and the T.V. series M*A*S*H.
8 posted on 05/02/2006 5:47:34 PM PDT by Ticonderoga34
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To: al baby

I heard he had alot of gas.


9 posted on 05/02/2006 5:49:30 PM PDT by Xenophobic Alien (WWDD??)
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To: DaveLoneRanger
That episode was one of MASH's best

The Lord says, ‘Ask and you shall receive.’ And I was asking.”

I only wish I could get every American to understand this
10 posted on 05/02/2006 5:51:35 PM PDT by Vision ("There are no limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence" Ronald Reagan)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

I heard he was kind of a jerk and not very well liked by the other cast members.


11 posted on 05/02/2006 5:52:28 PM PDT by Krankor (kROGER)
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To: Xenophobic Alien

No he was called Rader because he could hear the choppers with wounded on board before anyone else could geeees


12 posted on 05/02/2006 5:52:50 PM PDT by al baby (Father of the Beeber)
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To: Ladysmith

I also went through the pains of an unexpected divorce. Immediately I went into a 3 year pilgrimage through the word and in fellowship with other Christians. The experience that I thought would ruin my life actually wound up giving me life, eternal life that is. God's blessings have been in abundance ever since and even when struggles occur, which is happening now, I find strength in God's word. Everything is not always easy, but challenges become opportunities to find out what God wants me to learn, rather than times to panic.


13 posted on 05/02/2006 5:57:18 PM PDT by Sam Clements
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Burgdorf will be COMPLETE when he drops the Wildlife issues. He should put his heart into FAMILY ISSUES and help people who are about to go thru what he did and Help THEM...not ANIMALS.


14 posted on 05/02/2006 6:02:49 PM PDT by Suzy Quzy ("When Cabals Go Kaboom"....upcoming book on Mary McCarthy's Coup-Plotters.)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Wow. Good post.


15 posted on 05/02/2006 6:03:17 PM PDT by Mr. Brightside (Watcher of the Skies)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

Burghoff will be COMPLETE when he drops the Wildlife issues. He should put his heart into FAMILY ISSUES and help people who are about to go thru what he did and Help THEM...not ANIMALS.


16 posted on 05/02/2006 6:03:35 PM PDT by Suzy Quzy ("When Cabals Go Kaboom"....upcoming book on Mary McCarthy's Coup-Plotters.)
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To: Suzy Quzy

Ah, spoken like a true Christian.

/s


17 posted on 05/02/2006 6:10:11 PM PDT by LuLuLuLu
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To: Sam Clements
The experience that I thought would ruin my life actually wound up giving me life, eternal life that is.

Wow, that's wonderful! Can you believe how relevent that Book is, even more so in our times?

Everything is not always easy, but challenges become opportunities to find out what God wants me to learn, rather than times to panic.

Absolutely!

Thank you for sharing this! Testimonies like yours are so uplifting!

18 posted on 05/02/2006 6:13:46 PM PDT by Ladysmith ((NRA, SAS))
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To: Suzy Quzy

What's wrong with helping animals?

People use their gifts in different ways. Some help people, some help animals. I see nothing wrong with that.


19 posted on 05/02/2006 6:18:37 PM PDT by SandyInSeattle (Official RKBA Landscaper and Arborist, Duchess of Green Leafy Things)
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To: Suzy Quzy
Burghoff will be COMPLETE when he drops the Wildlife issues. He should put his heart into FAMILY ISSUES and help people who are about to go thru what he did and Help THEM...not ANIMALS.

I agree that it's not enough that he's happy, he should also be strongly for gun rights, and against illegal immigration.

Then he'll be COMPLETE.

20 posted on 05/02/2006 6:20:34 PM PDT by cryptical (Wretched excess is just barely enough.)
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To: cryptical; All
I agree that it's not enough that he's happy, he should also be strongly for gun rights......

Quote from Wikipedia:

In addition to acting, Burghoff also works as a professional jazz drummer, heading the trio The We Three, and as a wildlife painter. Other activities include outdoorsmanship and high-power rifle shooting.

J
21 posted on 05/02/2006 6:28:12 PM PDT by Fiddlstix (Tagline Repair Service. Let us fix those broken Taglines. Inquire within(Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: DaveLoneRanger
Hawkeye: "Radar, I have the distinct impression that we visited you at four in the morning."

Radar: "It was 4:30."

Trapper: "Did we say why?"

Radar: "You wanted to sacrifice a virgin."

Hawkeye: "Did we?"

Radar: "I was too sleepy."

Radar was always one of my favorite characters after Father Mulchahy. Glad to hear he's doing OK. A lot of TV stars end up a lot worse.

22 posted on 05/02/2006 6:29:13 PM PDT by WestVirginiaRebel (Common sense will do to liberalism what the atomic bomb did to Nagasaki-Rush Limbaugh)
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To: DaveLoneRanger
Gary has been living in Paradise a small mountain community,here in Northern California .We see him frequently on our small local T.V.stations doing adds for a local home improvement contractor.

My parents bought me a small watercolor of a duck and turtle done by Gary as a gift.

He does mostly waterfowl and is quite accomplished.

23 posted on 05/02/2006 6:36:37 PM PDT by builder (I don't want a piece of someone else's pie)
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To: builder

Really, a friend of mine lives out in Paradise. Mr. Nick, the Christian radio guy who does the Saturday morning radio program "We Kids"?


24 posted on 05/02/2006 6:41:23 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger ("You're not going crazy! You're going sane in a crazy world!" - The Tick)
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To: Suzy Quzy
Burgdorf will be COMPLETE when he drops the Wildlife issues. He should put his heart into FAMILY ISSUES and help people who are about to go thru what he did and Help THEM...not ANIMALS.

I don't know what his "Wildlife issues" are. Doesn't sound like he puts them up as gods. Besides, the Bible does tell us that we are the caretakers of the animals. It's right there in the first few chapters of Genesis. We are to care for them and eat them. Best of both worlds.

25 posted on 05/02/2006 6:43:36 PM PDT by TXBubba ( Democrats: If they don't abort you then they will tax you to death.)
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To: DaveLoneRanger
If your friend watches television;he had to have seen Gary doing local spots for Slater construction on our local channels.

What radio station does "We Kids" air on?

26 posted on 05/02/2006 6:55:44 PM PDT by builder (I don't want a piece of someone else's pie)
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To: Krankor

That Alan Alda thought he was a jerk, well, that is a pretty good recommendation to me.


27 posted on 05/02/2006 6:59:53 PM PDT by Donald Meaker (The MG-42 has a rate of fire of 1300 rounds per minute.)
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To: Donald Meaker

Alan Alda liked him. Father Mulcahy, Corporal Klinger and Colonel Potter didn't.


28 posted on 05/02/2006 7:07:18 PM PDT by Krankor (kROGER)
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To: al baby
I hated the show after it became nothing more that the Alan Alda show.
Incidentally, I can't imagine working as an actor and having someone criticize my looks as part of a continuing "joke".
29 posted on 05/02/2006 7:08:26 PM PDT by Shooter 2.5 (Vote a Straight Republican Ballot. Rid the country of dems. NRA)
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To: Krankor

Considering the rest of the cast members that would be a compliment.


30 posted on 05/02/2006 7:14:34 PM PDT by X-FID (LOL(Land Of Legislation))
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To: Fiddlstix

Keen, Radar with a Rifle. He never seemed the type in M*A*S*H. (Putting those darn stars in there is a pain...)


31 posted on 05/02/2006 7:15:44 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger ("You're not going crazy! You're going sane in a crazy world!" - The Tick)
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To: builder

He airs out of Paradise (bee-YOO-tee-full Paradise, as he says) all over the place. You can find stations here:

http://www.wekids.org/

He's got this great deep voice. Enjoyed him as a kid, a whole lot, and woke up early on Saturdays to listen to him.


32 posted on 05/02/2006 7:21:11 PM PDT by DaveLoneRanger ("You're not going crazy! You're going sane in a crazy world!" - The Tick)
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To: Krankor
Alan Alda liked him. Father Mulcahy, Corporal Klinger and Colonel Potter didn't.

FWIW, Corporal Klinger is a Republican. Don't know about the others, aside from Alda being a nutbucket, looney-tune liberal.

33 posted on 05/02/2006 7:23:17 PM PDT by PermaRag
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To: PermaRag

If anyone's keeping track, add Colonel Potter to the list of bedwetting liberals. How did a good American like Jack Webb put up with him all those years on Dragnet?


34 posted on 05/02/2006 7:26:16 PM PDT by PermaRag
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To: Suzy Quzy
What's wrong with helping animals? People do the meanest things to people and animals. If that's what he's called to, what does it matter?

I do a lot of work with cats, I love them and I see God's glory in them and it pleases me to no end to help them and find them loving homes.

Wasn't is Saint Assisi who is the patron Saint of animals and the environment?

35 posted on 05/02/2006 7:27:56 PM PDT by Lx (Do you like it, do you like it. Scott? I call it Mr. and Mrs. Tennerman chili.)
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To: Shooter 2.5
You and me both. I was always saying, OK, we get it, war is hell, now stop preaching and be funny!

I think Alan Alda thought he was the first (and only) one to realize that war sucks. I think it's funny that he played the sleazy Senator in the Aviator (and quite well I might add). Wasn't he also the evil Republican on the West Wing?

36 posted on 05/02/2006 7:32:02 PM PDT by Lx (Do you like it, do you like it. Scott? I call it Mr. and Mrs. Tennerman chili.)
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To: DaveLoneRanger
I still remember Radar with his teddy bear.

Glad to know the "real" Radar has found his comfort and security with God.

37 posted on 05/02/2006 7:39:17 PM PDT by kstewskis (Minutechicks ROCK!!!!)
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To: DaveLoneRanger

I'll read the article later, looks good Not sure if anyone posted this bit of trivia from IMBD.com:

"Has a deformed left hand that he takes great pains to hide during the run of M*A*S*H on TV. Usually hidden behind his clipboard."


38 posted on 05/02/2006 7:41:15 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
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To: DaveLoneRanger
I just saw him on a repeat of Match Game '73 (or was it '74?) just this Sunday when he was on the panel of stars. I think Loretta Swit was with him as well. I used to watch Match Game a lot when I was a kid. I'm glad to see someone from Hollywood speak up for good values.

BTW, it is me, Chuck, but I haven't been on Chris' forum for a while, been busy with work and two sick cats, one passed away on due to kidney failure and the other seems to be coming along OK from an infection.
39 posted on 05/02/2006 7:57:43 PM PDT by Nowhere Man (Greystone, I'll miss you (5-12-2001 - 4-15-2006) RIP little buddy.)
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To: al baby
He was my favorite Could not stand ferret face

How about this ferret face?


40 posted on 05/02/2006 7:59:41 PM PDT by Bommer
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To: Lx
I do a lot of work with cats, I love them and I see God's glory in them and it pleases me to no end to help them and find them loving homes.

I've had my hands full with two cats that have been sick. Greystone had kidney failure and passed away on April 15th at the age of 5, but we tried to keep him alive with IV fluids and so on. Less than two weeks later, another cat got sick, Boo, he is 16, with an infection so we are fighting to keep him alive as well, fortunatly, we are winning and I hope it stays that way. He is eating right now as I type this, he hasn't eatan for almost a week and was at the vets for a night last week. He is almost himself again although still a little weak. At first, the vets thought it was kidney failure, but his organs were in perfect order, then they thought it was cancer, X-rays didn't detect anything, so it is ruled to a bad infection. I'm glad because having a second cat possibly lost within a month would be devistating.

IIRC, the character, Radar, was a big animal love too and he took care of Sophie, Colonial Potter's horse.
41 posted on 05/02/2006 8:05:23 PM PDT by Nowhere Man (Greystone, I'll miss you (5-12-2001 - 4-15-2006) RIP little buddy.)
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To: Nowhere Man
I just saw him on a repeat of Match Game '73 (or was it '74?) just this Sunday when he was on the panel of stars.

I was on ebay earlier today. Someone had put a life up for sale. You should go bid on it......you really need one!

42 posted on 05/02/2006 8:10:51 PM PDT by Onelifetogive (Freerepublic - The website where "Freepers" is not in the spell checker dictionary...)
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To: Krankor

>> Father Mulcahy, Corporal Klinger and Colonel Potter didn't. <<

Huh? That's really odd... Are you sure? those are the people he worked with after M*A*S*H.... sigh, on AfterM*A*S*H.


43 posted on 05/02/2006 8:21:31 PM PDT by dangus
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To: Onelifetogive
I was on ebay earlier today. Someone had put a life up for sale. You should go bid on it......you really need one!

I can just feel the Christian love and compassion flowing like milk and honey from your reply. /sarc>

Nah, I'll pass, I think you need to bid on that life more than I do if you just come in out of the cold on this thread just to make such a comment of "profound wisdom." Come to think of it, I tend to favor Radar O'Reilly a lot in my temperment and love for animals and so on. Well I got work tomorrow so I got to go to bed so in case if there is any such responses of such a mature flavor as yours, I'll let you deal with my head Viking Kitty, Pansy, master of the Zot! I bid you a good evening.

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44 posted on 05/02/2006 8:49:49 PM PDT by Nowhere Man (Greystone, I'll miss you (5-12-2001 - 4-15-2006) RIP little buddy.)
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To: PermaRag

Interesting point...

What really bugs me about MASH isn't the liberalism (it's natural for doctors to hate what it is that sends them so many critical-care patients... and these are draftees, mostly)... it isn't the sanctimoniousness of a drunken, promiscuous lout... it was the elitism:

The officers were always inherently good, decent and noble, no matter how loutish their behavior was; the enlisted were always cretins, no matter how dedicated their service was. The only enlisted who was "good enough" to be liked by the officiers earned their admiration by literally super-human skills. And I'm not talking merely about the military code of not fraterizing, I'm talking a genuine condescension towards "ordinary folk" that I have rarely encountered in military folk... outside the DC area, anyway.

A few other notes:

1. "Klinger" was the name of the war-hero Democrat from Pennsylvania who voted for Clinton's impeachment, and then had his military record slandered by Geraldo Rivera, who received his marching orders directly from the Clinton White House.

2. B.J. has championed extremist, loony causes, but Is Alan Alda truly a nut-job liberal? He has often protrayed liberals, but occasionally in the sickly cast which Hollywood almost never permits being thrown onto liberals. For instance, he played the evil Maine senator in "The Aviator" who attempted to slander Hughes and use the Senate's boundless power to regulate to hand a monopoly to a corrupt business friend. That has to be the most powerfully damning depiction of liberalism I have ever seen from Hollywood. And Alda played the part beautifully.

"Sweet Liberty," not only made fun of the crassness of Hollywood, but also the "hero" of the story. (Although, unlike The Aviator, this isn't a particularly political film, and also takes some pot shots at capitalism)... The stubborn progressive was also depicted by him in "The Four Seasons" which he also wrote and directed. Neither of these films are particularly conservative, but in both cases, Alda honestly explored the full nature of the characters (which he created, as writer and director of both films), progressivism, intending his characters to be generally likeable in the balance, but notably purposely providing them with plenty to hate, especially about the immaturity of their liberalism.

3. William Christopher did not play Mulcahy in the movie; Rene Auberjonois did. And he was Fr. JOHN Mulcahy, not FRANCIS Mulcahy, which is who Christopher played. But it seems to me that in the very early episodes, the ones they never show in reruns, with the red-camera gore and "Spearchucker" and various other day-time TV no-nos, that JOHN Mulcahy was in the TV series, but I don't remember if it was Rene or not.

Rene has certianly kept busy: he was a recurring character on Rhoda, the Jeffersons, Wonder Woman, Columbo, Frasier, Judging Amy, The Practice, and Boston Legal; and a fulltime cast member for six years on Deep Space Nine, and six more on Benson... and wasn't he Gargamel on the Smurfs?


45 posted on 05/02/2006 8:50:27 PM PDT by dangus
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46 posted on 05/02/2006 8:57:10 PM PDT by dangus
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47 posted on 05/02/2006 8:57:45 PM PDT by dangus
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48 posted on 05/02/2006 8:58:32 PM PDT by dangus
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To: dangus

Finally! On the third try!


49 posted on 05/02/2006 8:58:53 PM PDT by dangus
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To: Nowhere Man
I can just feel the Christian love and compassion flowing like milk and honey from your reply.

That is a bit of a harsh reaction to my saying that someone who watches Match Game '73 (or '74) needs to get a life.....

50 posted on 05/02/2006 8:58:56 PM PDT by Onelifetogive (Freerepublic - The website where "Freepers" is not in the spell checker dictionary...)
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