YouTube provides us with a view of Senor Gus Arriola as a young man and later in his career, along with his animated work from World War II. You may have to copy and paste the links - sorry, I couldn't make them work.  All these links are from our FOG, Brett Bydairk and is part of our quest to be as complete as possible to showcase Mr. Arriola's extensive talents. 

​​If you want to enjoy a ten-minute interview with Gus Arriola, conducted by Sam Klemke, click on ​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_eFNpbeZz8&index=1&list=FL60WotdHe02w7LmPv5BquKg&t=0s
And having had the pleasure of meeting Gus Arriola, I can attest to every nice thing Sam Klemke has to say.

​This link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6CstMdzUWk - will take you to a short film from 1950 which features many of the comic strip creators of the day. If you don't blink at the 5:24 mark, you'll see our own dapper Sr. Gus Arriola!

Of interest to Gus Arriola fans and pilots is this animated film from World War II, based on drawings by Mr. Arriola - ELEMENTARY AND PYLON EIGHTS Rare WWII Training Cartoon by GUS ARRIOLA 3422.  You can find the link at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg_lV29b3iQ