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  1. CAC

    CAC Ace of Spades

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    What part of the war would you like looked at? The battles? Like many before and after...Apart from showing respect to veterans, why WOULD you make a story/movie about a war that never ended...?

    As a side question: If peace/denuclearisation is achieved in North Korea, should President Trump receive a Nobel prize for peace?
     
  2. lwd

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    As I mentioned in the other thread, I thought MASH the movie actually had a decent Korean war feel to it. MASH the series on the other hand, especially after Alda took over had much more of a late Vietnam war feel to it. Alda used it as a vehicle to present propaganda for his political view point and got pretty sloppy with the production/writing.
     
  3. JJWilson

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    I don't see an issue with the MASH concept, doing that with more seriousness and respect would be great, as you said CAC, you don't always need to show battles to get a point across or tell the story of a war.............examples, A Separate Peace, Monuments Men
     

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