Call Me When You Find America

  • Title: Call Me When You Find America
  • Author: G.B. Trudeau
  • ISBN: 9780030110313
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • Call Me When You Find America None
    None

    • Call Me When You Find America by G.B. Trudeau
      468 G.B. Trudeau
    • thumbnail Title: Call Me When You Find America by G.B. Trudeau
      Posted by:G.B. Trudeau
      Published :2019-06-05T03:18:54+00:00

    About G.B. Trudeau


    1. Garretson Beekman Garry Trudeau is an American cartoonist, best known for the Doonesbury comic strip In 1970, Trudeau s creation of Doonesbury was syndicated by the newly formed Universal Press Syndicate Today Doonesbury is syndicated to almost 1,400 newspapers worldwide and is accessible online in association with Slate Magazine at doonesbury In 1975, he became the first comic strip artist to win a Pulitzer, traditionally awarded to editorial page cartoonists He was also a Pulitzer finalist in 1990 He was nominated for an Oscar in 1977 in the category of Animated Short Film, for A Doonesbury Special, in collaboration with John Hubley and Faith Hubley A Doonesbury Special eventually won the Cannes Film Festival Jury Special Prize in 1978 Other awards include the National Cartoonist Society Newspaper Comic Strip Award in 1994, and the Reuben Award in 1995 He was made a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1993 Wiley Miller, fellow comic strip artist responsible for Non Sequitur, called Trudeau far and away the most influential editorial cartoonist in the last 25 years In addition to his work on Doonesbury, Trudeau has teamed with Elizabeth Swados and written plays, such as Rap Master Ronnie and Doonesbury A Musical Comedy In 1988, Trudeau joined forces with director Robert Altman for the HBO miniseries Tanner 88 and the Sundance Channel miniseries sequel Tanner on Tanner in 2004 In 1996, Newsweek and the Washington Post speculated that Trudeau wrote the novel Primary Colors, which was later revealed to have been written by Joe Klein Trudeau wrote the political sitcom Alpha House, starring John Goodman and Bill Murray The pilot was produced by Studios and aired in early 2013 Due to positive response has picked up Alpha House to develop into a full series Source


    729 Comments


    1. This was an interesting look at a time capsule of America going through one of its most political and social upheavals. It is a dated text that did something very interesting to me - while much of our perspective of the era is based on popular culture (and this counts), this somewhat autobiographical investigation is a stark contrast to the news cycle/hollywood movies/news cycle of the era. What it truly shows is the confusion and itchy palms of the generation that seemingly have ill-defined bor [...]

      Reply

    2. My favorite of the Doonesbury collections. I'm a sucker for road stories, so Mark and Mike's epic journey across America was what solidified my love for the strip. It was fun to revisit Joanie's first appearance as she leaves her male chauvinist pig of a husband and settles in at the commune. Zonker's stint as quarterback when BD spends Christmas vacation with Phred in Vietnam is a hoot. Just a really good run.

      Reply

    3. It was really a great fun to read !

      Reply

    4. The one that started it allWhy did I ever get rid of them???? This was the only early one I never had. When I saw it at Jane Addams, I knew that I had to start collecting them again

      Reply

    5. Whoa, I though my collection started in '89, but this volume is from 1971. Good lord! Trudeau didn't even know how to draw yet!!

      Reply

    6. Typical, that is to say, smart and entertaining Dolonesbury collection. Badly drawn, of course, but excellently written.

      Reply

    7. Doonesbury. Funny.

      Reply

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *