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Audie Murphy: Actor

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Audie Murphy was the most decorated soldier of World War II.  A true hero in every sense of the word. But some forget he was also an actor, and he was a tough one. The Guns of Fort Petticoat, Night Passage, Kansas Raiders, No Name On the Bullet are some of my favorite Westerns of his, to name a few.

What are some of yours?

Enjoy!!! 😁


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Starz Encore has been running a lot of his films. Not a great actor but he comes across in a genuine manner and that, for me, is what makes him so watchable. Most of westerns were average but they were a pleasant distraction. They were a nice enough way to pass 80 minutes or so. 

Tumbleweeds was pretty good, Hell Bent For Leather was one I remember fondly.  The prior posts run some good titles.


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1 hour ago, Carol Anne said:

Audie Murphy's first movie role was a small one.  He played a copy boy for the Dallas News in the 1948 rom-com "Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven."  Nary a weapon in sight.


Yea,  Murphy came to Hollywood via William and James Cagney who signed him to a contract but due to disagreements never featured him in a Cagney production film.


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