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I have grown up with Audie..it all started when my dad and I would watch all his movies so many years ago I couldnt tell you. I am now 51 years old and I get so excited when I can catch an old movie..just las week I saw..A kid from Texas...about billy the kid. Audie is my favorite and I will always remeber him. :o

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AS A BOY I loved the Audie Murphy films

I lived in a small town in Co Donegal called Dungloe we had a cinema called the Ritz.
Every Sunday I went to the pictures and when Audie Murphy was on especially the cowboy films it was great, after the film we all played cowboys and indians.
Ihave great memories of my child hood and of Audie Murphy films.

May he rest in peace


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This is wonderful...

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Please keep this website alive and going. Ive learn many things that i hadn't found anywhere else. You Lead from the Front!

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Thanks for this website. He was "one of a kind".

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WHAT A GREAT MAN!

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Love old western, Audie is one of my favorites..
Andy Rooney for comedy and Audie for westerns. My husband is now a fan also....
He lives on in my heart....


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not only did he show great honor to this country; as have all our veterans; but showed the world what a Texan is made from and of. :!call: :o

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He was and always will be a hero !!We should all be praying for our heros fighting for our freedom today !God Bless The USA

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Met Audie at a dinner honoring my father Joe A. Gonsalves at the Portugese Hall in Artesia, CA. My father was a member of the California State Legislature at the time and Audie Murphy was the Master of Ceremonies. This took place in the early 70's. I felt very honored when I met and shook hands with Mr. Murphy to this day I feel very privileged to have met this very humble and great man. I often tell my grandchildren about Audie Murphy and how it was to meet him. I'm starting to search for the movie To Hell and Back in CD. I saw the movie when it first came out in the theaters. I want my grandchildren to see this movie of an American Hero.

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