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M*A*S*H Star Dies at 75

David Ogden Stiers, known for character Winchester, battled bladder cancer

(Newser) - David Ogden Stiers, better known in M*A*S*H circles as Major Charles Emerson Winchester III, has died "peacefully at his home in Newport, Oregon after a courageous battle with bladder cancer," per a tweet from the MKS Talent Agency, which adds, "His talent was only surpassed by his... More »

Super Bowl TV Rating Breaks All-Time Record

Audience of 106.5M tops 1983 M*A*S*H finale viewership

(Newser) - This year's Super Bowl was the most-watched TV program of all time, with 106.5 million viewers. More than two-thirds of American TVs in use were tuned in to the Saints' 31-17 upset of the Colts, a figure that soared to 82% in New Orleans and 80% in Indianapolis, reports... More »

Best. Bromance. Ever.

(Newser) - Some people may see Star Trek for the action. Some go for the bromance. In Star Trek II, when Spock used his dying breath to tell Kirk, “I have been and always shall be your friend,” it cemented them as the greatest bromance ever. But not all guy... More »

'Very Proud' M*A*S*H Actor Comes Out

Single and 66, David Ogden Stiers wants 'to find someone'

(Newser) - In search of Mr. Right, M*A*S*H actor David Ogden Stiers has come out at the age of 66, PlanetOut reports. Maj. Charles Emerson Winchester's alter ego hesitated to confirm earlier rumors out of fear for his professional prospects, but he tells the Gossip Boy blog  he doesn't want "any... More »

17 Best Peace-Loving War Films

Stop-Loss latest in a long line of anti-combat movies

(Newser) - Stop-Loss is hardly the first blockbuster to take a hard line on war. Entertainment Weekly lists 17 of the best anti-war films of all time.
  1. All Quiet on the Western Front (1930): One of the earliest anti-war films follows naïve German troops into battle in WWI.
  2. Paths of Glory
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