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  1. JFK: The Road to Assassination (10) 2 h 50 min 2003 13+ It was a dark day for the United States, the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Do we really know what happened on that day? There are still so many questions we don't know the answer to yet. Each time we uncover the truth we realize it has slipped away, or has it? Directors

  2. CBS News coverage of the JFK Assassination: One disc features a 90-minute compilation of highlights of four days of live coverage starting with the first bulletin on Friday afternoon through the funeral on Monday. A two-hour bonus feature from 1964, "November 22nd and the Warren ... Read all See production, box office & company info

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  4. TV Series History With the release in 2017 and 2018, thousands of classified documents that were redacted are now declassified,providing ThunderBall with a new direction for this exciting eight (8) part historical series. Stars Tom Kane John F. Kennedy (archive footage) Jacqueline Kennedy (archive footage) See production, box office & company info

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    • Tom Kane, John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy
    • Tom Kane, John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy
  5. Nov 07, 2013 · JFK: A President Betrayed On-demand beginning Nov. 14, DirecTV Narrated by Morgan Freeman, a look at Kennedy’s efforts to avoid armed conflict and reign in the nuclear-arms race, while fending...

  6. Nov 30, 2009 · The conspiracy to kill JFK took shape in response to Robert Kennedy’s relentless attacks on organized crime―legal vendettas that often went well beyond the normal practices of law enforcement. Pushed to the wall, mob leaders merely had to look to the networks already in place for a solution.

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  7. Nov 22, 2018 · The JFK Assassination and Television Firsts 1963 by Paula Bosse Ruby shooting Oswald on live TV by Paula Bosse The assassination of President John F. Kennedy was not only one of the most sobering moments in American history, it was also a turning point for broadcast journalism, particularly in the way television covers breaking news.

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