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To Hell and Back

For what it’s worth: My brother was a medical corpsman in the U.S. Army stationed at Ft. Lewis, Washington. While there (1954) he and his outfit participated in filming a scene from Audie Murphy’s autobiographical movie “To Hell and Back” … Continue reading

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Hollywood Heroes

Hollywood heroes? I don’t have any. I never did. In the aftermath of World War II I grew up on John Wayne movies. There was a host of Hollywood heroes to choose from, like Van Johnson, Gary Cooper, James Stuart; … Continue reading

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