Quotation by Gil Doud

He doesn't want you for friends, that's why he did it. You see, when guys have been in the line as long as we have, you find out it's no good to make friends, 'cause when a friend gets it—well, it's rough on you. The buddies that come with you you're stuck with, but you don't make no new ones. It's the dyin' truth.
Gil Doud, U.S. screenwriter, and Jessie Hibbs. Johnson (Marshall Thompson), To Hell and Back, to new replacements wondering why Murphy snubbed them (1955).

True story of Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier of WW II; Murphy played himself. Based on Murphy's Autobiography, To Hell and Back.
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