Backyard M*A*S*H set replica


17 Responses to “Backyard M*A*S*H set replica”

  1. sprockety says:

    The Guys on Mad Men all served in the Korean War.
    This is the second MASH reference I have heard in 6 days.
    The Kim family is doing their thing…

    The Cultural Zeitgeist has spoken:

    MASH remake in fall of 2012.

    let the casting rumors commence:
    Justin Beiber as Radar

  2. Anonymous says:

    Frank Burns eats worms.

  3. teleny says:

    I’ve put the Maugham Housemark up on every bedroom I’ve stayed in. Long live the Swamp!

  4. m_dow says:

    The same guy also did an Indiana Jones media room, complete with flatscreen hidden in a “Top Secret” crate:–Decks/Indiana-Jones-Room/detail.esi?oid=510808

  5. Idle Tuesday says:

    I wonder if they have the still in Hawkeye and Trapper’s tent.

  6. Idle Tuesday says:

    OMG! They do! Wonder if it works!

  7. kansas says:

    Devotion and labour sustained to such a project inspires me to go on another day.

  8. thequickbrownfox says:

    Whoever did this qualifies for a Section 8.

  9. penguinchris says:

    Pretty cool I guess, though I’m not sure I’d spend my own time and money doing something like this :)

    You can visit the location of the actual set; I believe it’s in the mountains north of Malibu (the internet knows exactly where) within a park or national forest. It’s apparently a bit of a hike from the access roads, but there are some rusted-out remnants from the show, maybe a jeep? I don’t remember exactly, I’ll have to look it up.

  10. Anonymous says:

    there’s far too much grass here to be M*A*S*H.

    PS – the actual M*A*S*H set was on the Fox backlot, not a national park.

  11. hassenpfeffer says:

    Wonder if they have the latrine trench that Frank fell into during a bug-out.

  12. txdesign says:

    I would like to see this on google satellite view.

  13. dross1260 says:

    Do the neighbors get P.A. announcements?

  14. Anonymous says:

    Anon: The actual set was on the Fox Ranch which has since been sold and is now known as Malibu State Park. There’s a jeep, the signpost, and some roped off areas showing where the tents were.

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