M*A*S*H The Sitcom And Classic Trivia
Allena on 07/03/2009
|Between 1972 and 1983 America, Australia and Britain were treated to some of the best writing, best acting and greatest laughs on television in the sitcom called M*A*S*H. This show described real life adventures of many doctors in the Korean War and presented an allegoric view of the Vietnam War, still in progress when the sitcom started. |
Mash stands for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. When broadcast in Great Britain, the laugh track was removed.
This quiz asks meaningful questions about this great situation comedy, also described as "dramedy". For example: Although most of the indoor scenes were shot at 20th Century Fox Television studios in L.A., the outdoor shots were originally shot where: Pyongyang, Korea; Amazon Jungle; or Malibu, California?
Right ... The beach bums at Malibu had great drinking buddies. Since you nailed that one, move out. The rest can not possibly be as hard. M*A*S*H trivia is important. After taking this quiz, you will be a M*A*S*H mavin.
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