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Audie Murphy Overview:

Actor, Audie Murphy, was born Audie Leon Murphy on Jun 20, 1924 in Kingston, TX. Murphy died at the age of 46 on May 28, 1971 in near Roanoke, VA and was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA.

MINI BIO:

Audie Murphy was America's most decorated WWII soldier, with 28 medals including the prestigious Congressional Medal of Honor (the US's highest military decoration). He took his light Texan voice and boyish appeal into movies, becoming a prolific star of 80-minute Technicolor westerns in which, he said, 'the scripts were the same -- only the horses were changed.' He briefly appeared in 'A' films after the success of the film adapted from his WWII Memoir, To Hell and Back. Murphy was married to American film and television actress, Wanda Hendrix from 1949-1950 (first of two wives).

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HONORS and AWARDS:

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

BlogHub Articles:

REEL INFATUATION BLOGATHON: as Tom Destry, 1954

on Jun 7, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Maedez of Font and Frock and Ruth of Silver Screenings are once again hosting their popular Reel Infatuation Blogathon on June 7th - 9th. It's all about those oh-so-crushable characters. The hubby strolled into the room while I was watching Destry. "What are you watching?" (... Read full article


Looking at the Stars:

By Aurora Bugallo on May 2, 2018 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

“Nobody likes for his life to be disrupted. But when the country calls, they need you.”?- By the age of 19, had won two Silver Stars and the Distinguished Service Cross. He won the Medal of Honor at that age by operating a machine gun on a burning tank destroyer... Read full article


Hollywood Veterans in Arlington National Cemetery:

on Mar 24, 2015 From Comet Over Hollywood

Last weekend, filmmaker Brandon Brown and I set out to find six celebrities buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC. The venture took four hours and more than five miles of walking. To put that into perspective, we were hunting for six graves out of more than 400,000 people buried in... Read full article


Texas honors with Legislative Medal of Honor

By Annmarie Gatti on Oct 29, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

awarded Texas Legislative Medal of Honor Governor Rick Perry will formally present the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor posthumously to Major Audie L. Murphy on October 29, 2PM in a public ceremony in Farmersville, Texas. ?The award will be accepted by Murphy’s sister, Mrs. Nadine... Read full article


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Audie Murphy Quotes:

Lt. Jed Sayre: The point is, I don't think Barney was murdered by a Navajo or any other Indian.
Capt. Lee Whitlock: Well, how can you say that? Half the man's head was gone!
Lt. Jed Sayre: You didn't see an arrow sticking in him, did you?
Capt. Lee Whitlock: Proving what?
Lt. Jed Sayre: Proving this: an Indian may scalp a man, but he'll always stick an arrow in the body. It's superstition. It's supposed to pin the spirit to the corpse so it won't go rising up and haunting the guilty Indian or his friends.


Sheriff: Why didn't you kill me?
John Gant: I wasn't paid to.


John Gant: I like you, Physician. You're like me. You and I may well be the only two honest men in town.
Dr. Luke Canfield: Don't compare us. We've got nothing in common.
John Gant: Everybody dies.


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Although commonly referred to as Sgt. Audie Murphy, he was given a battlefield commission and was promoted to 2nd Lt. prior to receiving his Medal of Honor.

Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars (#55) in film history in 1995.

Audie Murphy Research Foundation established by Murphy family, for collection, preservation and distribution of historical information about AM. Location: 18008 Saratoga Way, Suite 516, Santa Clarita, CA 91351 Fax 805-251-8432.

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