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I wasn't born until long after the second world war ended and was but a child during the heyday of western movies; however, Audie Murphy was one of my favorite stars of the genre. I don't know for sure how, but I always knew that he was a war hero in real life and that made his movie characters that much more believable and fanciful to me as a young boy.

I recall hearing about his death in an airplane crash when I was a teenager; it seemed surreal then and still does somehow today. I have some time on my hands these days and am looking into things that hold meaning for me; Audie's life is one of them and I want to find out all I can about him because I think he was a very special person and the world needs to remember him and others like him.

I thank all who are responsible for this memorial to a truly great Man!


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My father was a veteran of WW2 and a better man I never knew. When I was a kid I would watch Mr. Murphy's movies and my father would say "that is a real American hero". Truly a great man of the greatest generation.

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Hey I'm from the Murphy family and i came to check out about my cousin audie. I never knew that he was so decorated.

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Came here because of Sabaton "To hell and back". Was not disappointed

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Hi Y'all,

I love Audie and can't get enough of his movies. (I even have a horse called 'Murph'!) Would love to connect with like minded cowboy lovers all over the world!

James
(from Downunder)


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LOVED HIS MOVIE TO HELL AND BACK, AND MANY OF HIS OTHER MOVIES, A GREAT HERO FOR AMERICA AND ONE WE SHOULD NOT FORGET, HE WAS TAKEN TO SOON.

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I was having memories of my late uncle, who pinned Audie's lieutenant bars on him. My uncle is the late Brig Gen Hallett D Edson. I was, and still am very proud of him. I have a photo of him standing with Audie. If you have any photos with Audie and Brig Gen Edson you might share, I would love it. There's a restaurant up in York, PA that shares a wall for military photos. I have a copy of the two of them. God bless you all

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Cool!!!

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I haven't forgotten Audie Murphy. I recall having watched on television in the 1970s some of the films in which Mr. Murphy starred, and my late father having explained to me about Mr. Murphy's heroism in World War II. I have since that time read what an exemplary life Mr. Murphy led, including his advocacy on behalf of fellow veterans for research into what has become known as "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder," from which Mr. Murphy himself suffered.

A recent Audie Murphy film festival on Katz Broadcasting's Grit TV reminded me of what a personable and talented person Audie Murphy was, and how he, like many other actors of a previous era (including some more famous in their times), have been forgotten and need to be reintroduced to younger generations.

Audie Murphy is certainly long overdue to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He was a brave man, and a genuine hero and patriot of the United States of America. I hope Mr. Murphy's children and some grandchildren will be able to accept the award on his behalf, if and when it is granted by the president of the United States.


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When I'm down at our Volunteer Fire Department we turn the TV to a channel called GRIT TV. We watch his movies and many others and really enjoy them. He is a great actor.

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