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They Drew Fire (2000)

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The story of World War II combat artists and their art.

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Franklin Boggs ...
Himself (Abbott Laboratories artist, World War II)
Howard Brodie ...
Himself (Yank magazine artist, World War II)
Manuel Bromberg ...
Himself (U.S. Army artist, World War II)
William Draper ...
Himself (U.S. Navy artist, World War II))
Richard Gibney ...
Himself (U.S. Marine Corps artist, World War II)
Robert Greenhalgh ...
Himself (Yank magazine artist, World War II)
Edward Reep ...
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The story of World War II combat artists and their art.

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