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His many acts of bravery and heroism during the US military advance through Italy, France and into Germany earn him increasing rank and responsibility as well as the respect of his comrades in arms.
However, producer Aaron Rosenberg and director Jesse Hibbs convinced Audie to star in the picture, despite the fact the year-old Murphy would be portraying himself as he was at ages 17— Native of Texas, he was placed in charge of his many younger siblings on the death of his mother and decided to join the military at the age of 18 to provide for them.
Fighting or funning, they are believable.
Maybe the spontaneity of actual heroism just can't be duplicated in the movies. Davis as British Soldier uncredited Production[ edit ] When Universal-International picked up the film rights to Audie Murphy's book, he initially declined to play himself, recommending instead Tony Curtiswith whom he had previously worked in three WesternsSierraKansas Raiders and The Cimarron Kid.
Commonplace, 'B' picture direction and a reliance on familiar Service types make the lavishly staged battle scenes appear monotonous, confused, and, at the climax—with Murphy wiping out scores of the enemy singlehanded—not a little ridiculous.
This all-colour production is handsomely mounted and features a big supporting cast studded with familiar faces including Marshall Thompson and David Janssen. However, the events described in the picture have a factitious air about them.
The war action shown is packed with thrills and suspense.
Sequel[ edit ] Murphy tried to make a sequel called The Way Back dealing with his post-war life but could never get a script that could attract finance. The date of the premiere was also the tenth anniversary of Murphy's army discharge at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio.
Coe of The Washington Post was positive, writing that Murphy "brings an emotional poignancy that stems partly from our knowledge that he did these daring, unbelievable acts of courage and partly from the skill he has achieved as an actor.
There's a little of the old propaganda about it, but the battle sequences are well staged and the best thing is just how much ground this covers, never slowing down for an instant.