Frontline (1983– )
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Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald? 

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Episode credited cast:
Will Lyman ... Narrator (voice)
Gary Oldman ... Lee Harvey Oswald (voice)
Ludmila Toman Ludmila Toman ... Translation Voice (voice)
Sergei Grigorev Sergei Grigorev ... (voice)
Igor Popienko Igor Popienko ... (voice)
Vladimir Roudenko Vladimir Roudenko ... (voice)
Anatol Zukerman Anatol Zukerman ... (voice)
Marc Smith ... (voice)
Carlos Riera Carlos Riera ... (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pavel Antonovich Pavel Antonovich ... Himself - KGB: Soviet Embassy, Mexico City
Tony Asenhofer Tony Asenhofer ... Himself - Civil Air Patrol
G. Robert Blakey G. Robert Blakey ... Himself - Chief Counsel: HSCA
Mary Brengel Mary Brengel ... Herself - Guy Banister's Secretary
Carlos Bringuier Carlos Bringuier ... Himself - Anti-Castro Cuban
Ed Butler Ed Butler ... Himself - Anti-Communist: Information Council of the Americas
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English

Release Date:

9 November 1993 (USA) See more »

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Dallas, Texas, USA See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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Slanted towards lone assassin view
23 March 2016 | by jacksonthor-07415See all my reviews

This documentary tried to be objective but its bias shows, especially in its choice of three "experts" for the forum. Warren Report-defender Gerald Posner is called an "investigative writer," even though Posner's background is as a lawyer. Epstein hasn't done any significant work on the case in decades. And DeLillo's knowledge about the case is shallow, to put it kindly. Frontline should have had someone like Jim Marrs, David Talbot, or James Douglass, who have all done recent books, to represent the pro-conspiracy side. There is growing thought that Oswald was either an asset for the CIA or military intelligence or used unknowingly by same as a patsy in the plot.


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