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Audie is the supreme example of what a hero truly is.

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A young girl, I attended the movies every Saturday afternoon and when older, I went in the evenings and
on weekends. I had a terrible crush on Audie so went to all of his movies. I never knew how he died until today because I was busy raising a family, working, etc., and didn't listen to the radio, TV or such so never heard about him passing away until now.

Today I am watching one of his older movies - "Column South", made in the 50's and enjoying it as much as the first time I saw it. I admired him as a war hero and my favorite movie of course was "To Hell and Back." I just wish I had met him and when I borrowed my neighbour's computer, I looke up the website which was all about him, at least what has been found out about him and very sad to hear he how he died. I am sure he is with his Maker. Perhaps you could tell me if he was flying that plane or who was?

Thanks for the information. I always wondered what happened to him - reason for lookin him up on internet. Thanks for the info.

Yours truly,

Beverly (Bev)


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Audie Murphy may have been undersized when he began his military experience, but he clearly demonstrated that it was the heart of the American fighting man, and his determination to honor and protect the men fighting along side him that assured our victory in WWII.

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:!movie: Red Badge of courage

It is unthinkable how a small frame individual as Audie was could be the hero that he was during ww2.


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Remembering and thinking about Audie Murphy as another Memorial Day draws near.

Added: May 22, 2011
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My dad was also a WWW2 hero. His name was James R. Hendrix. He passed away Nov. 2002. I was the oldest of
four and I'm 64. And you were right our heros will soon all be forgotten.All these kids thats going to be our next generation does not know anything about the heros
but whats so sad is that they dont even care.
Have a great day and thank you.


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I first saw Audie Murphy act in To Hell And Back. I have since seen many of his other movies. He was a very good actor and a blessing to this country for his bravery and service.

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GREAT ACTOR

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you lead from the front

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REST IN PEACE

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