Stars without Garters!: The Memoirs of Two Gay GIs in WWIIby Carpenter
In World War II, members of the U.S. Special Service companies were combat soldiers by day and in the evenings presented stage shows and movies to entertain and boost the morale of the troops. Eddie Fuller and Tyler Carpenter were successful Broadway actors drafted to serve their country. Their theatre productions were among the best received in the service.
Eddie and Ty were like thousands of other patriotic, dedicated GIs in war-torn Europe, except when they came across the English Channel, they also came across with two sailors in the stern of the ship!
The horrors of war, the rigors of military life, the strains and romps of gay soldiers, the show-biz highlife and GI lowlife make this an historic account you will never forget.
- Alamo Square Press
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- 5.50(w) x 8.49(h) x 0.49(d)
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