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The first movie of his that I saw was To Hell & Back.

Added: March 24, 2014
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Just a man I admire more and more every time I read of his war service

Added: March 24, 2014
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I just love Audie Murphy,as a man and star,when he got killed I cryed.
thank you.
:!cry:


Added: March 23, 2014
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I forget how old I was, I'm 69 now. My friends and I went to see " To Hell and Back " at the Victory Theater in Benicia, CA where I grew up. There was a quad 50 mounted on a truck in front of the theater. They allowed children to operate the quad 50. The line went out of sight but I waited until it was my turn. I worked the controls left, right, up, down it was like a dream come true. Then we were told it was time for the movie. My friends and I went in. I have never forgotten that day.

Added: March 22, 2014
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ive always liked audies work and his service to this country.

Added: March 22, 2014
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He was a great person and my dad interduiced him to our family,long with a lot of great actors,like John Wayne Alan Ladd Humphrey Bogart all the old ones.

Added: March 22, 2014
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I was privileged to put o coin on his simple headstone. It was the highlight of my trip Washington. My father was a Korean vet, my brother was a pilot during Desert Storm, my husband was with the Big Red One during Desert Storm, my son twice in Afghanistan, and my daughter is Coast Guard. They all have my sincere gratitude.

Added: March 21, 2014
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I'm researching the Great Depression, ww2, and the dustbowl. I found out Audie Murphy is cool :D :p ;) :!mmm: :!rofl: :)

Added: March 21, 2014
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MY RESPECTS TO MR. MURPHY AND GRATEFULNESS.

Added: March 18, 2014
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I served with the 3rd Infantry Division in Schweinfurt, Germany. When we came to the repo-depo, everyone watched "To Hell and Back" and we learned all about Audie Murphy. It is with pride that I wear an Army ring with 3rd ID on it, as well as my 3rd ID "Rock of the Marne" baseball cap. I have met other 3rd ID soldiers, many who served bravely in Iraq, and Afghanistan. Tonight I can't sleep, so I flipped channels and found "To Hell and Back." What an amazing "Dogface" soldier! :!clap: :!clap:

Added: March 17, 2014
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