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Bill Mauldin (1921–2003)

Bill Mauldin was born in Mountain Park, New Mexico, in 1921, and started drawing young. He took a few courses at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and, in 1940 entered the Army and was assigned as an illustrator for the military's newspaper, The Stars & Stripes. He created two characters for which he will always be remembered: a pair of plain, ... See full bio »

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 2009 Milites Christi (Short)
Chaplain
 1951 Teresa
Grissom
 1951 The Red Badge of Courage
Tom Wilson - the Loud Soldier
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 1952 Back at the Front (book)
 1951 Up Front (book)
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 1998 America in the '40s (TV Movie documentary)
Himself
 1974 The World at War (TV Series documentary)
Himself / Himself - Cartoonist, 'Stars and Stripes'
- Remember (1974) ... Himself
- Tough Old Gut: Italy - November 1942-June 1944 (1974) ... Himself - Cartoonist, 'Stars and Stripes'
 1971 The David Frost Show (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #3.107 (1971) ... Himself
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Other Works:

Book: "The Brass Ring". See more »

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1 Print Biography | 9 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

William H. Mauldin
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A cartoonist for the US Army newspaper "Stars & Stripes" in Europe during World War II, he created the beloved characters of Willie and Joe, two dirty, tired, war-weary combat infantrymen who constantly put up with bad food, worse weather, maltreatment by officious army brass and a myriad of other obstacles faced by the ordinary "GI Joe" and nevertheless slogged on. "Willie and Joe" was a huge ... See more »

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