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The home movie footage that caught the assassination of the American President, John F. Kennedy. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in alphabetical order)
Charles Brehm ... Himself (onlooker, with son) (uncredited)
Howard Brennan ... Himself (onlooker) (uncredited)
John Connally ... Himself (uncredited)
Nellie Connally ... Herself (uncredited)
William Greer ... Himself (driver) (uncredited)
Bobby Hargis ... Himself (policeman, on motorcycle) (uncredited)
George W. Hickey ... Himself (in following limousine, in back seat) (uncredited) (unconfirmed)

Clint Hill ... Himself (uncredited)
Jean Hill ... Herself (onlooker, in red coat) (uncredited)
Roy Kellerman ... Himself (beside Greer) (uncredited)

Jacqueline Kennedy ... Herself (uncredited)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (uncredited)
Samuel A. Kinney ... Himself (driver, in following limousine) (uncredited)
Paul E. Landis ... Himself - in following limousine, behind Ready) (only in extended frame version) (uncredited)
B.J. Martin ... Himself (policeman, on motorcycle) (uncredited)
Tim McIntyre ... Himself (in following limousine, behind Hill) (uncredited)
Mary Moorman ... Herself (onlooker, in dark coat) (uncredited)
Kenneth P. O'Donnell ... Himself - passenger, in following limousine) (only in extended frame version) (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
David F. Powers ... Himself - passenger, in following limousine) (only in extended frame version) (uncredited)
John D. Ready ... Himself - in following limousine, on running board) (only in extended frame version) (uncredited)
Emory P. Roberts ... Himself (radioman, in following limousine) (uncredited)
Phillip L. Willis ... Himself (onlooker, steps off street) (uncredited)
Rosemary Willis ... Herself (onlooker, in white sweatshirt, runs alongside) (uncredited)
Louis Steven Witt ... Himself - onlooker, with open umbrella, behind freeway sign) (uncredited)
Ralph Yarborough ... Himself (passenger, in vice-presidential limousine) (uncredited) (unconfirmed)

Directed by
Abraham Zapruder 
Cinematography by
Abraham Zapruder 


Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Zapruder Film" - USA (alternative title)
"Z Film" - USA (short title)
"Zapruder Film of JFK Assassination" - USA (alternative title)
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1 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Abraham Zapruder pronounced his last name with the accent on the first syllable, ZA' pru der.See more »
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Edited into The Conspiracy (2012)See more »


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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Most historic strip of film in American history?, 11 September 2000
Author: yenlo from Auburn, Me

I remember when various stills from this film were printed in LIFE magazine but the actual head shot images were apparently forbidden to be seen at the time. Now this historic piece of film is available to all. It only lasts a few seconds but the important roll it has played in history is legendary. So many theories, questions, debates etc. about the assassination of the 35th president of the United States have been raised over the years and they almost always center around this small strip of film.

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