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Audie Murphy Memorial Guestbook
Name: david clark
From: brockton massachusetts U.S.A.
Name: Kim Alan Farner
From: P.O. Box 71
Name: David Rose
From: Owensboro KY 42303
Name: Susan Rawson
As a little girl I loved to watch his movies as he was one of my favorite actors. It wasn't until I became a young woman that I found out he had served in the military with distinction. It wasn't until many years after that I found out what a true hero he was. Now, as a woman in my fifties, I find out he was the most decorated US soldier in WW2 and perhaps of all time. What a remarkable man. Surely he has a special place in heaven.
Added: May 18, 2013
Name: Meg and Gary Hainer-Ruland
From: Oakland, NJ
Name: Chris Keelor
From: Malvern Worcestershire England
Name: Donna Slauenwhite
Name: paddy gallagher
I have been a fan of Audie Murphy since I was a schoolboy.My earliest memory of seeing him was in Badboy.My local cinemas were The Phoenix [Feeno]and The Broadway and I spent many a Saturday or Sunday watching my hero's,Gene,Roy,Durango Kid etc.Audie was right up there with them as a cowboy idol.He stepped out of charactor in The Unforgiven and gave one of his best proformances.I was greatly saddened by his early death in the 70s but I have some of his movies which I watch from time to time,I pretend I am 12 again and sitting in The Feeno watching my hero.
Added: May 16, 2013
Name: wilma berndt
From: chicago ill
I had the pleasure of meeting him when I was in fourth grade. He was in Chicago, and for some reason touring a
factory where my mother worked.
She said "This is Audie Murphy". I did not know who he was.
He knew I didn't and laughed with me but not at me.
Later mom told me about him. I never forgot that day.
Added: May 15, 2013
Name: Larry Cook
From: Dublin, GA