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The highly variable Audie Murphy delivers his best screen performance as "himself" in Universal's To Hell and Back. Based on the star's autobiography, this is the story of how Murphy became America's most-decorated soldier during WW II. After dwelling a bit on Murphy's hard-scrabble Texas upbringing, the story moves ahead to 1942, when, as a teenager, Audie joined the army. Within a year, he was a member of the 7th Army, serving in North Africa, Italy, France and ultimately Germany and Austria. One by one, the members of ...

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missm123

Sep 17, 2009

Awesome

This book tells the whole story from his humble beginnings to his death.
What a true American Hero he really was.
Awesome read, and a must have for all Audie fans.
Gives detailed accounts of his vivid memories of the war, the buddies he lost, the hardships he faced, and the turmoil he lived with after the war.
There will never be another Great American Hero that will be able to fill his shoes. He was the greatest, and this true story will make a believer out of you.
I couldn't put the book down. It was touching, heart wrenching, and sad, but at the same time Audie made you want to cheer over victories his company and he had when the enemy went down in defeat. He truly was a courageous man.
The movie with the same title gives you a better vision of his detailed account of the war, and the buddies he served with.
Awesome movie too.

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