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Barry Sadler (I) (1940–1989)

Barry Sadler achieved national fame for his 1960s hit song, The Ballad of The Green Berets. The song was used as the theme song for the John Wayne film, The Green Berets. Sadler was a real-life war hero. He joined the U.S. Army and went through the grueling training to become a Green Beret. A member of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), he ... See full bio »

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Showtime Soundtrack
Glory Road Soundtrack
12 Strong Soundtrack
Jesus' Son Soundtrack


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 1967-1969 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
Morris / Clay Wortman / Bill Truman / ...
- The Oldest Law (1969) ... Morris
- A Short Cut Through Tombstone (1968) ... Clay Wortman
- The Pieces of the Puzzle (1968) ... Bill Truman
- The Informer Who Cried (1967) ... Jackson
 1968 The High Chaparral (TV Series)
Robbie McLeish
- For What We Are About to Receive (1968) ... Robbie McLeish
 1968 Dayton's Devils
Barney Barry
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Album: "Sadler Country" See more »

Alternate Names:

Sergeant Barry Sadler | Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler

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In the decade before his death, he enjoyed a successful second career as an author, particularly of the "Casca" series, the fantasy adventures of a Roman centurion who witnessed the crucifixion of Jesus, and who, for mocking Him, was condemned to live through eternity as a mercenary soldier. See more »

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