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Zapruder Film of Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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The home movie footage that caught the assassination of the American President, John F. Kennedy.

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Credited cast:
Charles Brehm ...
Himself (onlooker, with son)
Howard Brennan ...
Himself (onlooker)
John Connally ...
Himself
Nellie Connally ...
Herself
William Greer ...
Himself (driver)
Bobby Hargis ...
Himself (policeman, on motorcycle)
George W. Hickey ...
Himself (in following limousine, in back seat) (unconfirmed)
Clint Hill ...
Himself
Jean Hill ...
Herself (onlooker, in red coat)
Roy Kellerman ...
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Samuel A. Kinney ...
Himself (driver, in following limousine)
Paul E. Landis ...
Himself (in following limousine, behind Ready) (only in extended frame version)
B.J. Martin ...
Himself (policeman, on motorcycle)
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President John F. Kennedy is shown riding in an open-top car with his wife and several others, waving at crowds on the sidewalk. He is hit by a bullet and clutches his throat as the others react with surprise. Another shot hits Kennedy in the head and he collapses. A Secret Service agent runs up to the car, and Mrs. Kennedy climbs onto the trunk to pull him aboard as the car speeds away. Written by Eric Sorensen

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A piece of history.
30 July 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

A piece of history that prooves that most film of historic events is quite often recorded by the general public.

Also, that previous comment is a prime example of a conspiracy nut (one who blindly believes in the conpsiracy, instead of forming it for themselves) as they seem to ignore the fact that there were many people filming on that in different locations, which perfectly match the spreader film. (also, many of the so called mistakes can be atributed to the fact that it is an old camera that used photographic film that was on a spring based mechanism, which could easily have a speed that is not constant)


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