President John F. Kennedy is shown riding in an open-top car, turning on Elm St. at 11mph, with the First Lady and Texas Governor Connoly, Nellie and two S.S.Agents, waving at crowds on the sidewalk. He is hit by a bullet from the TSB depository sixth floor sniper perch and clutches his throat (Z191) as the others react with surprise. Another shot hits Kennedy in the head (Z313) and he collapses. A Secret Service agent runs up to the car, and Mrs. Kennedy climbs onto the trunk to retrieve a part of the President' brain blasted out, reacting to her husband's dignity, after death in the limousine from the 3rd fatal head shot as the car speeds away
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The entire length of the film is approximately 3 meters (about 9 feet). See more
Being a home movie, this film has no credits. See more
Digitally restored in 1997 and available on the "Image Of An Assasination" VHS/DVD. A version of the film was created that shows the extra footage in the sprocket area that was previously unseen in motion. See more