MASH Minute
MASH Minute
The Movies by Minute podcast about M*AS*H

Minutes 1-3: Hal Bryan

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Hal Bryan is a total aviation and pop culture nerd. Seriously: growing up, his back yard was a runway. Way up in Oshkosh, Wisconsin (home of the world’s largest aviation event every year), he’s also senior editor for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s digital and print content and publications, co-author of two books, and a lifelong pilot and aviation geek. In the podcasting world he's a rotating host on EAA's The Green Dot, and a proud co-host of The RocketeerMinute. And yes, he does have his own Rocketeer helmet.

 

Minutes 4-7: Tom Taylor

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Tom Taylor is a writer, editor, and part-time podcaster. Is there another kind? He wrote a book you might enjoy called In Memory of Todd Woods. In addition to Indiana Jones Minute, Caddyshack Minute, and The Blues Brothers Minute he is also the cohost of the ABCDEVO podcast.

 

Minutes 8-11: Heidi Bennett

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I’m a Business and Wellness Coach for Multi-Creative Professionals • Compassion Teacher • Podcast Producer • Podcast Creative Consultant

Websites: HeidiBennett.com and VibrantVisionaries.com

Socials: @HeidiMBennett on Instagram & Twitter, @VibrantVisionaries on Instagram, and @VibrantVisCast on twitter

 

Minutes 12-13: Jonathan Howell

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Jonathan Howell is braving a franchise one minute at a time. With Chris Ramirez, he takes on every Mission: Impossible movie. They even record video of their sessions, because they are braver than most podcasters. Joanthan is a true gem who organizes Discord mixers for Minute Maker podcasters, always has great t-shirt ideas, and cares about his audio levels so much more than Tierney ever will.

 

Minutes 14-17: Gerry Porter

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L.A.-based drummer Gerry Porter made the crucial mistake of having two best friends and now he’s stuck podcasting about Indiana Jones for the rest of his life. As the Intern of Indiana Jones Minute, he’s forced to face the ruckus that is every Indy adventure one minute at a time. If you have percussion needs or want to see who he’s playing with now, check out gerryporter.com.

 

Minutes 18-21: Fr David Mowry

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Fr. David Mowry is a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Joliet in Illinois and serves as professor of homiletics and preaching at Mundelein Seminary. He is the chaplain of the Movies-by-Minutes community and has made guest appearances on Star Wars Minute, Indiana Jones Minute, DC Cinematic Minute, Bat Minute Returns, The Shining 2:37 Podcast, Mean Girls Minute, The Wilder Ride, Minute Impossible, and Marvel Movie Minute. He gets queasy at the sight of blood and would be horrible as a field hospital chaplain. www.fatherdavidmowry.com

 

Minutes 22-25: Paul Francis Sullivan

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Please, call him Sully. Comedian, TV producer, and baseball expert, Sully hosted a daily podcast on baseball called, well, called Sully Baseball for five YEARS. Now he can be found hosting Locked on MLB, a podcast with league-wide coverage for “serious baseball fan[s], with a sense of humor”.

 

Minutes 26-27: Cassandra Fredrickson

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Cassandra Fredrickson is the co-host of Lord of the Rings Minute. When she's not discussing high-fantasy, she's writing, reading comics, playing DnD, or doing more podcasting at Dueling Genre Productions. When she's not doing that, she's crying about movies with her cat and husband, and wanting to learn how to bake like they do on the Great British Baking Show.

 

Minutes 28-30: Jeff Ferry

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Jeff Ferry is a cohost of the Jay and Silent Bob Minute, tackling the Kevin Smith filmography one minute at a time. They’ve completed Clerks and Mallrats, and are about to embark on Chasing Amy. More relevant to M*A*S*H, he is also a Master Sergeant in the Air Force and actually knows what this movie is talking about. Jeff is from New Jersey… Team Pork Roll.

 

Minute 31: Captain Tuttle

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Captain Jonathan S. Tuttle (sometimes known as Johnny) was born to Harry and Freida Tuttle in Battlecreek, Michigan in 1924 but at some point in his childhood moved to Crabapple Cove, Maine. Having grown up with Hawkeye Pierce, Tuttle also became a surgeon, graduatng from the Berlinisches Polytechnikum, and was eventually drafted into the Army during the Korean Conflict. He served at the 4077th M*A*S*H where his friends dubbed him "Captain Humility" since he never made a fuss. Sadly one morning he was called out to the field for surgery and took off in a helicopter. He took everything an army doctor needs... except his parachute. A Reformed Druid whose body was never recovered, his memorial was a simple service in Korea featuring a eulogy delivered by his best friend, and his life insurance was donated to Sister Theresa's Orphanage.

 

Minutes 32-33: Thomas Howeth

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Thomas is a sound engineer and electronics technician who finds great joy in figuring out how things work. Southern California born and raised on 80’s pop culture, he now resides in Maryland and loves any chance to wax nostalgic about the good ole days before editing took over his life.
Thomas is the producer and co-host of The NeverEnding Minute and CritStorm Cast

 

Minutes 34-37: Chris Henry

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Chris Henry is a staff member at the Experimental Aircraft Association in Oshkosh, WI.  He has been interested in aviation since he was a young boy.  At the age of twelve he began volunteering at the local air museum in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.  There he worked on several World War Two aircraft such as the B-17Flying Fortress, B-25 Mitchell, and P-47 Thunderbolt.  He worked through college fueling airplanes at the local airport and graduated as an Air Traffic Controller.  He worked ramp control for the airlines and then went on to become a manager of flight operations for a medical helicopter company.  After serving as an air traffic controller for several years, he came to the EAA.  In his role there he works to create special moments for people from all walks of life.  He has worked very closely with the B-17 “Aluminum Overcast” Program and has helped give many veterans the chance to become reunited with ‘their” airplane once again.  Also in this role he is able to show younger generations what those before them experienced.  He has played a part in many special events at the EAA Museum in Oshkosh such as the Apollo 13 reunion, Freedom Flight, The Apollo Astronaut Reunion at Oshkosh.  The last event allowed him the unique opportunity to interview 12 of the Apollo Astronauts and tell the story of the Space Program in their words. 

 

Minute 38: Peter Bonavita

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Better known as Pete the Retailer, PTR cohosts Star Wars Minute with Alex Robinson. They were one of the first podcasts ever to analyze a movie a minute at a time, and they built a whole new podcasting genre which now encompasses over 100 shows. According to the SWM wiki, Pete was once identified by the New York Post as NY’s ‘most hardcore’ Star Wars fan. If you see a podcaster wearing an Islanders cap, that’s probably him.

 

Minutes 39-41: Doris Weiss

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Doris is a high school English and History teacher from Southern Germany who fell in love with Indiana Jones and Star Wars simultaneously in 1983 thanks to her cousin’s VHS tapes.

 

Minutes 42-44: Rick and Julia Ingham

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Rick and Julia Ingham are a New Hampshire based husband-and-wife podcasting team who began the Mad Max Minute podcast in January 2017. Since that time, they have released over 200 episodes of content covering the main Mad Max series as well as other related movies through their hiatus content. Aside from hosting their own podcast, both Rick and Julia enjoy listening to podcasts, watching movies, and spending time playing games with friends.

 

Minutes 45-47: Rachel Mummert

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A former librarian, who may have "shushed" one person too many, Rachel grew up on both Star Wars and Indiana Jones and was pulled into the Movies by Minutes world by IJM where she was quickly kidnapped by her fellow librarians to guest on all sorts of podcasts. Rachel is an avid runner, having completed 3 half marathons and looking to one day complete a full marathon. She is also a voracious reader of all subjects, both fiction and non-fiction. Rachel resides in Ohio with her husband Matthew, and has made the transition from Librarian to Banker.

 

Minutes 48-50: Travis Bow

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Travis Bow is the host of Reel Comic Heroes and Watchmen Minute. He and his wife Amanda live in Indianapolis, Indiana with their black lab mix, Loki. Since 2015, Travis and Patrick have been on a chronological journey through an ever-growing list of comic book and sci-fi movies over on Reel Comic Heroes. On the fully completed Watchmen Minute, along with cohost Eric Nash, Travis examined the Director’s Cut of Zack Snyder’s Watchmen one minute at a time. In 2020, Travis plans to analyze and celebrate Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant one minute at a time.

 

Minutes 51-54: Jarf Harden

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Jarf is passionate about inclusive, positive geek culture. He started podcasting with his college radio partner Brad; mostly so their wives got a break from hearing their thoughts on every Marvel movie. Now everyone can hear their thoughts on The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast.

By day Jarf helps people with cystic fibrosis (a rare genetic disease) share their stories, raise funds for research and advocate for affordable, accessible health care. Working with families across PA, NJ and DE means a LOT of time on the road; so he is eternally grateful there are so many fun podcasts to listen to. In his free time he enjoys kayaking with his wife, hiking with their pitbull Jack Bow-Wow, baseball on the radio and texting his friends about Star Wars. 

 

Minutes 55-58: Brad Mendenhall

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Brad Mendenhall is the Host/Co-Founder of The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast, a Pop Culture Show dedicated to Positive & Inclusive Conversation of Everything Geeky. Brad’s first foray into the world of Minute By Minute Podcasting was Co-Hosting The Minute of Darkness, a discussion of Sam Raimi’s Cult Classic ‘Army of Darkness.’ Now he’s back with his new friend Eric to talk about the Amazing Music, Astounding Visuals and Awesome Fun of 1980’s ‘Flash Gordon’ and Escape From New York Minute.

Follow what Brad is up to at www.facebook.com/CosmicGeppetto/ or on Twitter at twitter.com/Cosmic_Geppetto.

 

Minutes 59-60: Josh Neufeld

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Josh Neufeld is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist, podcaster, and educator. He has been a Knight-Wallace Fellow in journalism, an Atlantic Center for the Arts Master Artist, and a Xeric Award winner. His works include A.D: New Orleans After the Deluge and The Influencing Machine. A former illustrator for Harvey Pekar, his podcast Scene by Scene with Josh & Dean breaks down the movie American Splendor one scene at a time. SceneByScenePodcast.com and JoshComix.com

 

Minutes 61-63: Eric Nash

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Eric is a co-host on the podcasts Watchmen Minute, Feels Like Weezer, and host of Almost Famous Minute. He guested on other movies by minutes podcasts, including DCEU Minute – Dawn of Justice minutes, Point Break Minute, Tarantino Minute, Galaxy Quest Minute, The Wilder Ride, Flash Gordon Minute, Groundhog Day Minute, Harry Potter Minute, Marvel Movie Minute, Mad Max Minute, Jay and Silent Bob Minute, Dave Made a Minute, Minute Impossible, and The Social Minute.

Eric loves Star Wars, but also music, comedy, and games. He plays guitar and collects music recordings, with his favorite bands being The Beatles, Radiohead, Pavement, Weezer, and Nine Inch Nails. Raising Arizona, Airplane!, and Young Frankenstein, along with George Carlin, Lewis Black, and Mitch Hedberg, are his favorite funny films and stand-ups.

Eric enjoys reading, but did a lot more when he was younger, from somewhat normal novels like Vonnegut to Star Wars to nonfiction, especially biographies, music, and science, to comics. Any types of games with others, or on his own, really rocks his socks. Eric has been listening to podcasts for about 10 years now and since finding out about Movies by Minutes when Pete and Alex were finishing the first Star Wars movie (Episode 4, A New Hope), he’s gradually gotten to the point where more than half the podcasts he listens to are of that type.

 

Minutes 64-67: Kathleen Mocklin

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Kathleen is a silly and spooky person hailing from the swamps of Louisiana. When she is not summoning the dead to do her dark bidding, she enjoys devouring movies with her husband, Kyle, and faithful pupper, Rocko. By day she is the Manager of Corporate Engagement for the national office of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF). By night, she is a podcaster who specializes in all things Halloween and horror. She is currently the host of Hocus Pocus Minute (a Pele Media production) with co-host, Kyle Crane.

The mission of the CFF is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with the disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives by funding research and drug development, promoting individualized treatment, and ensuring access to high-quality, specialized care. For more information about the CFF and ways to gets involved, please visit www.cff.org.

 

Minutes 68-71: Liz Whitaker

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Liz Whitaker is an award-winning podcaster. The award was a golden camel that her team won in the 2019 Movies by Minutes Trivia contest to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, but it definitely counts. She’s completed Mean Girls Minute and begun production on Wait a Dune Minute. During that show, she will watch the film Dune for the first time one minute at a time. Liz lives in Indiana with her awesome dog whom Tierney would very much like to hang out with someday.

 

Minutes 72-75: Christy Porter

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Christy was so taken with Raiders of the Lost Ark that she listened to the 33 1/3 record every day after school. And when her brother, Gerry Porter, started the podcast Indiana Jones Minute she became one of the recurring guests. Better known as The Visiting Professor, Christy always has insight into the academic world for Professor Jones and the IJM Listeners’ Crusade. When she’s not humming the Mike Post TV theme song from The Greatest American Hero, she can be found singing Juice Newton’s Queen of Heart in her car, and quizzing people on the video played on MTV after they played the Buggles.

 

Minutes 77-78: Chris Callaghan and Mike Logerfo

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Christopher Callaghan is a librarian at Milton Public Library. He’s also dad to the Captain, a fan of Nintendo video games, and the person who first introduced Tierney to the concept of podcasts. For over a decade, he was a cohost of the radio show Notes from the Underground getting all the best Polaris songs stuck in our heads.

Michael Logerfo describes himself as a “gamer, graphic designer, nerd supreme”. Dad to Nugget and Darling Husband of Megan, he is an excellent sport about girls’ weekends. He enjoys long walks in the woods and PAX convention halls.

 

Minutes 79-80: Adam Liebriech-Johnsen

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Adam Liebreich-Johnsen is an American trombonist, and sometime podcast
guest. He'd love to have his own podcast, but life is a busy, busy
thing. You can find him singing very dirty folk music at renaissance
faires with his band The World Famous Poxy Boggards
(http://poxyboggards.com), as well as playing ska music with a couple
Southern California ska bands (http://skadonna.com
http://facebook.com/failedtovictory http://wondermelon.com). He is on
social media, but is not sure why. http://twitter.com/BigBassBone
http://instagram.com/BigBassBone