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Born in 1964 I owe my freedom to the likes of Audie. I think I remember news of his death and for sure grew up watching his films, aware of his heroism and sad he died young, younger than I am now. Thanks to him and all his brothers in arms.

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What a great site to find out everything there is to know about Audie Murphy!

Added: July 22, 2014
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Audie has to be the toughest and most respected American soldier of all time. I grew up following his movie career and I am in awe of his exploits. His wife was also a much loved lady and devoted her life to veterans welfare. Both are an inspiration to all who know their story.

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I ENJOYED WATCHING TO HELL AND BACK AND ALL HIS OTHER MOVIES
HIS LIFE WAS CUT SHORT
THANK YOU AUDIE FOR OUR FREEDOM


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A Great American. We should celebrate his life and service.

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Thanks for creating a dedicated website to the memory of this most important Texan. As time passes, the meaning of his cruelly short life will be more clearly understood, as PTSD itself is more understood. Ave atque vale, Major Murphy--Steven L. Thompson, former SSGT, USAF (active duty, 1968-1972).

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Been a great admirer of audie since my dad bought the movie to hell and back when I was 12 in 1983, sicne then I have seen all his movies since then, he is one of my hero's along with alvin york, john basalone, stonewall jacksone,frances marioun,goerge washington, and the band of brothers of the 101st air bourn. But audie is my #1. God bless his memory and long live his legend!

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I watched Audie Murpy movies with my mom when I was young and contine to do so I watch every movie with Audie I can find. I recently found some old movies on amazon of his tv shows Wispering Smith I started watching them and I am thrilled about finding these moviees which I will proudly watch and keep in my collection I also bought the movie To Hell and Back Needless to say I never tire of watching this movie. He was and is a Great Hero I will always respect his memory. I would also like to learn more about his children!

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Related somewhere down the line of Killians.
My favorite Hero.


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I shall never forget Mr. Audie Murphy. I have always admired and respected this true American hero. I am sitting here tonight watching an old movie, Gunsmoke, which originally aired on tv in 1953. I was getting ready to change the channel when I saw Audie...I was so surprised ..it's still playing. I decided to do a search on him and was hoping American hero would be listed first before actor. He was a great actor but he was an even greater hero. He should never be forgotten.

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