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Episode credited cast:
Jon Strickland ...
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Judyth Vary Baker ...
Herself-Lee Harvey Oswald's mistress
Lynda Bauer ...
Herself - Judyth's Sister
Himself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Lee Harvey Oswald ...
Himself (archive footage)
Jack Ruby ...
Himself (archive footage)
Clay Shaw ...
Himself (archive footage)
Billie Sol Estes ...
Himself (archive footage)

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The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Love Affair
15 November 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Love Affair (2003)

The eighth episode in the series takes a look at Judyth Vary and her love affair with Lee Harvey Oswald. Vary kept her story secret for forty years but she basically got herself involved in an attempt to kill Castro and this is where she met Oswald. We hear about their love story, their marriages to other people and of course what happened when Osawld was called to Dallas.

I must admit that I found this to be the weakest episode to date because I'm just not sure how much of the story I believe. It really does seem like a far-fetched story but even if it is 100% true, it still didn't make for a very entertaining episode. I say this because the entire "love story" and sweet-natured attempt at romance just comes across rather silly here. The most fascinating stuff deals with the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination but this here lasts just a few minutes.

Episode: B

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