The Real stories of MASH and disease-fighting Armed Forces medical scientists
This looks like it could be helpful to writers doing wartime medicine stories. If you’d like me to add to the Writer’s Guide itself, leave a comment or drop a line.
TV Week final episode cover depicting M*A*S*H television show cast. Did you know that the character of MASH 4077th’s head nurse “Hot Lips” Margaret Houlihan was inspired by two real-life Korean War Army MASH head nurses “Hotlips” Hammerly and Janie Hall?
The music starts. The lyrics to the haunting song “Suicide is Painless” play in your head. The sound and sight of helicopters enter and then you are looking down from the helicopters view on a village of tents and red crosses. The television series M*A*S*H, based on the 1970 movie that was set during the Korean War at the fictitious 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital or M*A*S*H, established itself as one of the greatest shows in history. The show was on air from 1972-1983, and it still lives on today in syndication.
The series finale was broadcasted on February 28, 1983 to 105.9 million viewers, becoming the most watched…
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