Les Diables Rouges by Paul-Arthur Turcotte

Paul-Arthur Turcotte was the artist for various strips in connection with historical Québec. He sometimes signed Paul Turcotte or Paul-A. Turcotte. He was from the Québec City area and his strips were published in Le Soleil or L'Action Catholique in the 1950s and 1960s.

Le Chien d'Or by Paul-Arthur Turcotte

Among the titles he created were 'La Terreur Blanche' (1950), 'Champlain Père de la Nouvelle-France' (1952-53), 'Les Exploits du Général Montcalm' (1951-52), 'Les Patriotes de 1837-38' (1959-60), 'Le Chien d'or' (1960-61) and 'Les Diables Rouges' (1961).

Les Diables Rouges by Paul-Arthur Turcotte

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