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Episode credited cast:
Hilary Minster ...
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Brazil ...
Himself - Assassination Researcher
Himself (archive footage)
John Connally ...
Himself (archive footage)
Nellie Connally ...
Herself (archive footage)
Dennis David ...
Himself - Bethesda Naval Hospital, Colleague of Bruce Pitzer (as Petty Officer Dennis David)
Tom Hartman ...
Himself - Assassination Researcher
Jean Hill ...
Herself (archive footage)
Herself - First Lady of the United States of America (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Dan Marvin ...
Himself - Former Green Beret (as Lt. Col. Dan Marvin)
Mary Moorman ...
Herself - Witness who took Badgeman polaroid (archive footage)
Marina Oswald ...
Herself - Interviewee
Robert K. Tanenbaum ...
Himself - HSCA, Former Mayor, Beverly Hills (as Bob Tanenbaum)
William Turner ...
Himself - Assassination Researcher, Former FBI Agent (as Bill Turner)


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The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Truth Shall Set You Free
10 November 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Truth Shall Set You Free (1995)

This here is officially the sixth episode of the British series that was started in 1988 and then updated in 1991. This here was the first all-new episode and it deals with various issues in the Government's story about who killed Kennedy.

This episode takes a look at a photo expert who discusses how it was impossible for the head shot wound to come from Oswald and how he believes the shooter was in a sewer drain. We also hear from a man who was a member of the Green Berets and overheard a conversation about a man who would eventually die under mysterious circumstances.

Honestly, this here is probably the weakest of the six episodes but that's not to say that this is boring or isn't worth watching. All of the interviews are quite compelling so fans of the subject or history buffs will certainly be entertained. The episode is well- made and it holds you interest throughout.

Episode: A-

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