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Henry M. Wade (1914–2001)

Henry M. Wade was born on November 11, 1914 in Rockwall County, Texas, USA as Henry Menasco Wade. He was married to Yvonne Hillman. He died on March 1, 2001 in Dallas, Texas. See full bio »


(age 86) in Dallas, Texas, USA

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 1988 The Thin Blue Line (Documentary) (special thanks: The Dallas County District Attorney's Office - as Henry Wade)
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 2009 The Lost JFK Tapes: The Assassination (TV Movie documentary)
 2009 JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America (TV Movie documentary)
 2008 60 Minutes (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Texas District Attorney (segment "Exonerated")
- Exonerated/What Really Happend to Pat Tillman?/Dr. Farmer's Remedy (2008) ... Himself - Texas District Attorney (segment "Exonerated")
 1992 Beyond 'JFK': The Question of Conspiracy (Documentary)
Himself (uncredited)
 1992 The JFK Assassination: The Jim Garrison Tapes (Documentary)
Himself - Dallas DA (uncredited)
 1991 JFK
Himself - Dallas District Attorney (uncredited)
 1973 Executive Action
Himself - Dallas DA: Pronounces Oswald the Killer (uncredited)
 1967 Rush to Judgment (Documentary)
Himself - Dallas DA, Customer at Ruby's Club (uncredited)
 1964 Four Days in November (Documentary)
Himself (as Henry Wade)

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Dallas County district attorney (1951-1986). See more »

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