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Desc:RIP David Ogden Stiers
Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:M*A*S*H, mash, David Ogden Stiers, Charles Emerson Winchester III
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
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Binro the Heretic
I always preferred the episodes with Winchester over Burns. Winchester had more depth & humanity.
Oscar Wildcat
After the war, he became well known for his keyboard work with Def Leppard.
The Mothership
Good one.
I can't say I was ever much of a MASH fan, but that was a really good performance.
Marlon Brawndo
The episode where he began to teach a young illiterate man to read made me cry.

Little known fact: he was one of the best voice artists in the world. He had amazing range and created a surprisingly high number of characters, including Cogsworth from Beauty and the Beast, the evil governor from Pocahontas and Joomba from Lilo and Stitch as well as Kamaji (the old man with multiple arms) from Spirited Away.

I think he was a really brilliant actor.
I didn't get a feel for his voice work until Ric Burns' New York: A Documentary. His narration on that was astoundingly good and for me really made it a superb documentary.

M*A*S*H, the reason why our family bought a second TV, so my Dad could watch this show without making us watch it too.
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This show, Laverne and Shirley along with The Osmonds Variety Show dominated my childhood TV experience.
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