Abraham Zapruder (May 15, 1905 – August 30, 1970) was a Ukrainian-born American clothing manufacturer who witnessed the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.
- Dress manufacturer
- Lillian Shapovnick, (m. 1933–1970)
Zapruder Film © 1967 (Renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza It’s been called the most important 26 seconds of film in history: The 486 frames of 8-millimeter Bell + Howell home...
Nov 19, 2013 · On November 22, 1963, Abraham Zapruder shot what has become the most famous home movie of all time: a chilling 26-second snippet of film depicting the assassination of President John F. Kennedy....
Jan 11, 2022 · There's the man who actually captured that film: Abraham Zapruder. He was 58 years old at the time, a Russian immigrant and dressmaker working in Dallas. A beloved boss and family man, Zapruder just happened to cross with history by complete chance, though it ultimately changed the fate of his family for decades to come.
Nov 18, 2013 · Abraham Zapruder, 58 years old at the time, was a dress manufacturer who owned Jennifer Juniors, Inc., which was located across the street from the Texas School Book Depository. Zapruder, a Kennedy fan, left his Bell & Howell film camera at home since the morning was overcast.
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Abraham Zapruder stood on a concrete pedestal along Elm Street in Dealey Plaza holding a Model 414 PD Bell & Howell Zoomatic Director Series Camera. He filmed from the time the presidential limousine turned onto Elm Street  for a total of 26.6 seconds, exposing 486 frames of standard 8 mm Kodachrome II safety film , running at an average of ...
Abraham Zapruder. Birth. 15 May 1905. Volynska, Ukraine. Death. 30 Aug 1970 (aged 65) Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA. Burial.