Book Review by MICHAEL ARRUDA
I recently started re-watching the TV series M*A*S*H on Netflix Streaming. I was never a faithful fan of this classic show during its eleven year run. I watched an episode here and there, but that was it.
Watching— and enjoying— M*A*S*Hon Netflix got me in the mood to read one of Alan Alda’s memoirs, and I selected his first one, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed And Other Things I’ve Learned, written in 2005. He would follow this up with Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself in 2007. Both of these books became New York Times bestsellers.
In Never Have Your Dog Stuffed And Other Things I’ve Learned, Alda, who played Hawkeye on M*A*S*H, recounts his early years in great detail and spends…
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