Woolsey Fire Destroys ‘MASH’ Set, Reagan Ranch in Santa Monica Mountains

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Firefighters work to protect structures as the Woolsey Fire burns near Paramount Ranch on November 9, 2018 in Agoura Hills. (Credit: Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

Firefighters work to protect structures as the Woolsey Fire burns near Paramount Ranch on November 9, 2018 in Agoura Hills. (Credit: Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

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The burnt husk of a park service vehicle slumped at the entrance of Malibu Creek State Park, its glass windshield melted into a Dali-esque blob.

The steep craggy mountains and gorges below ordinarily attract groups of tourists, hikers and campers to the area, but on Saturday the ground here was still smoldering, charred into a black crumble.

Wildfires decimated the historic park tucked inside the Santa Monica Mountains a day earlier — taking with it markers of its proud past as a backdrop for television shows and movies such as “Planet of the Apes.”

Flames consumed the set of the long-running TV series “MASH.” The same went for the Reagan Ranch, named after the former president and actor who used to own one of three parcels that comprise the 44-year-old park’s footprint along with Bob Hope and 20th Century Fox.

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