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This is a parody, after the film 'To Hell And Back'. The film depicted the exploits of Audie Murphy during World War 2, and starred Audie playing himself as the most decorated American soldier during the war. This and other roles allowed Audie to live a Hollywood filmstar lifestyle. Others went through the war, were born during the war, or grew up during the war. Some of these ended up in mental hospitals in the UK, and some aspects of their lives make up this slide show cartoon. Their lives stand in contrast to a movie star life of luxury. There is also the play on words of Hell, and the name of the National Health Service asylum in Sussex, Hellingly. This slide show is a later version of what I do, and features full colour slides and speech bubbles from Paint Shop Pro software. It is a semi-animated cartoon, rather than a collection of slides. If you have difficulty because of the speed of the slide transitions, just click on the reverse arrow and then restart.