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Lothario: [[Luke Mably]]'s civilian doctor character reprises [[Alan Alda]]'s Hawkeye.
 
Lothario: [[Luke Mably]]'s civilian doctor character reprises [[Alan Alda]]'s Hawkeye.
 
Smart kid: The 17-year-old local interpreter reprises Radar O'Reilly.
 
Smart kid: The 17-year-old local interpreter reprises Radar O'Reilly.
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Pair of new surgeons: Michelle Borth and the Vietnamese man in place of Hawkeye and Trapper John.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
*[http://articles.sfgate.com/2011-06-20/entertainment/29678697_1_mash-taliban-leader-hospital-dramas 'Combat Hospital' review: 'MASH' with more blood]
 
*[http://articles.sfgate.com/2011-06-20/entertainment/29678697_1_mash-taliban-leader-hospital-dramas 'Combat Hospital' review: 'MASH' with more blood]

Revision as of 15:08, 18 July 2011

Combat Hospital is a medical drama made for Canadian TV along the same lines as M*A*S*H, but set in Afghanistan in 2006. It stars Michelle Borth and Luke Mably. One reviewer says it "has all the soap-operatic hallmarks of a stateside medical drama." [1]

Comparisons to MASH TV show

Lothario: Luke Mably's civilian doctor character reprises Alan Alda's Hawkeye. Smart kid: The 17-year-old local interpreter reprises Radar O'Reilly. Pair of new surgeons: Michelle Borth and the Vietnamese man in place of Hawkeye and Trapper John.

Links