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- Tim Doran
I would like to be able to get the entire list of Audie Murphy movies-All 44 of them.
Audie Murphy western day
A Audie Murphy Day of westerns would be great, 36 or a 48 hour hour showing, would not be boring. Or, 8 pm to 7:30 am for 7 days ? I just love films. They were considered B movies back in the 50's. But, today they are appreciated much more, because the people are no longer with us. the work is still good today. Going to the movies as a child of 8 and older, in New York City was always good on a Saturday afternoon with friends and popcorn. You could see the movies twice. Show movies like Destry 55, 7 ways from sundown, Gunfight at comanache Creek, 40 guns to apache pass, Cast a long shadow 59, tumbleweed 53, The Texican, Bullet for a Badman, The kid from Texas, Ride a Crooked Trail. Every movies is entertaining, and he stood for something. You are never disappointed.
Underrated and Unappreciated
To see Audie Murphy as the racist "brother" to Audrey Hepburn in "The Unforgiven" or as a naive American embroiled in foreign intrigue in "The Quiet American" or the cold-blooded killer John Gant in "No Name on the Bullet" is to witness an actor of far more considerable range than general critical circles will give credit for. If this talented actor was subject to the budgetary and creative limitations of the projects given to him, the unjaded viewer would find a professional who would rise above the sometimes disgracefully impovershed elements of his films. (A look at "The Texican" finds Murphy not only holding his own with veteran Broderick Crawford, but adding so many interesting shadings to a completely underwritten character one wishes he was given an opportunity to develop a more lengthy relationship with a talented Western director as James Stewart had with Anthony Mann or Randolph Scott with Bud Boetticher.) Tragically, though he was appearing in very minor films at the time, he was slated to play the killer Scorpio in Don Siegel's "Dirty Harry" at the time of his death. Sadly, one can not only imagine what he would have done with this role (and how his wartime experiences so vivdly depicted in his excellent memoir "To Hell and Back" would have colored his performance) but how the eventual success of the film would have given a much deserved boost to his career.
I would also like to see More Audie Murphy movies also . So proud to also be a native born Texan . He had this wholesome look to him . I love Audie Murphy !
I would love to see more of Audie Murphy. He is an excellent actor that the younger people don't even know. So please if you would just show his movies more often, maybe devote a month to him.I would like to see some of his movies that are not as well known. I would really like to see Joe Butterfly & Posse from Hell, I have not been able to find them.
My Favorite Cowboy
As much as I love John Wayne, I have to admit that Audie Murphy will always be my favorite cowboy to watch. There's something so honest about the way he performs, and the quiet intensity he brings to his roles is incredibly appealing! I admire him as a war hero, writer, actor and all-around human being. I hope TCM will eventually devote a month to his movies and that they'll show some of his lesser seen films - not just the ones that are out on DVD. Some of my favorites which are hard to find are Destry, The Guns of Fort Petticoat, Joe Butterfly, Cast A Long Shadow, Apache Rifles, Cloumn South, World in My Corner, Gunsmoke, Six Black Horses, and Drums Across the River. Even if you only see his DVD's though, you're in for a treat! He's one of the most underrated actors I know, and he's always enjoyable to watch, even when he's playing the bad guy!
- Pat Oanes
I would like to see the Audie Murphy movie but I can't remember the name, in it is a boat captain (who is played by Walter Brennan, I think) and a boy is raised by some woman in a bar. Thanks for any help you can give me. Pat Oanes
- craig brewster
I think if audie Murphy were still alive. along with Ronald Reagan, John Wayne and alot of other true heros. They would tell the treasonist Southerners, and Vermont trators who want to desolve the union. To many of us have sacrificed to much!
His Profile Should be on Mt.Rushmore
- Shirley Jean Paulk
Audie, was the tallest Texan this country has ever had. He walked with dignity, and had a loyalty to the US Army unmatched in the laurels of military history. The old saying "Freedom isn't Free" aptly applied to Audie Murphy. Some gave all, and Major Murphy nearly did. The price he paid for his service in WWII, is accurately recorded for all to read and see in the movie "To Hell and Back". The only actor to ever portray himself in a movie that ended up being Univeral Studio's biggest selling gross for over 18 years. The US Army trained him well to be a fighting soldier, they forgot to debrief him to be a happy peaceful citizen. He finally found his peace on Brushy Mountain near Roanoake, Virginia, May 28, 1971. Rest in Peace Audie. Your Family, Friends and Fans sorely miss you even after 36 years.
- ruxy walsh
Audie Murphy is this country's greatest fighting soldier.He gave so much to his men and his country that it affected him the rest of his life. As an actor he was unparalleled.There was only one Audie Murphy.No one else has played themself in their own autobiography. Read the book and you will be amazed at all that he did. TV needs to show ALL of his movies,not just the few they show.No one else has worked w/so many notable actors in their carrer.Tony Curtis,Jim Arness,Broderick Crawford,Anne Bancroft, and on. Please tell your children about this great man and what a hero he was.We need men like him today.God bless you Audie,RIP
Audie Murphy: Great American
It's hard to find anyone better. Audie was not only the most decorated American soldier of W.W. II, he wasn't a bad actor neither. I love all his films, especially the westerns. All his movies must be released onto DVD.
- Teresa Ahmad
I had never seen an Audie Murphy movie until I saw him on Turner Movie Classic, but I love his charm and easy going demeanor. Now, eagerly I await any movies I have not seen, which unfortunately are many...
Audie Murphy role model for all Soliders
- craig brewster
I am surprised a US Navy ship has never been named for Audie Murphy. A hero for all of us.
Audie Murphy's Life and Career
- Lorene Lundy
Audie Murphy was an actor that made genuine contributions to history - not just to the film industry, but as a War hero with achievements that may never be matched again. His true life story is more interesting then many works of fiction. His work can be enjoyed by everyone, at every age - and it should be not forgotten. TCM should be applauded for continuing to run his films, and should seriously consider an annual weekend featuring "Audie Murphy Films" for the whole family to enjoy again and again. I never miss one!
- Harold R Free
I have seen almost all of Audie's movie and have the last few trying to collect his movies. His heroics in the war and in his career in novies speaks loudly for personal life and his loyalty to his war budies.