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dont know a lot of the history of audie except his films which,as a child in the 50s fascinated me,as westerns continue to do so to this day.

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One of Audie's films came on the tv this afternoon 'Forty Guns To Apache Pass' and stirred up childhood memories. When I was a child, if I knew there was an Audie Murphy film on, I'd always run home to watch it. I absolutely loved him to the extent that I named all my kiddy possessions after him.
I'm a woman of 47 now and I still have my teddy bear called Audie Murphy, he's sitting on the top of my wardrobe and odd occasions still gets a hug.
It was great to see the film again this afternoon and be reminded of a very brave and handsome man.


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I am very interested in WWII history and the great heros of the war.

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It is wonderful to read about Audie Murphy. This story makes me proud to be an american. God Bless Audie and every Man,and women who ever served our country.

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I was a big fan growing up I got a good copy of to Hell& back did a book report in high school ( grad 1975)
I passed this on to my kids , My daugher was the only cadet in her JROTC class that knew who he was. for * * * history day project she did his bio . Terry


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