Killing Oswald explores the mystery of how and why John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald were assassinated in 1963, tracing Oswald's strange transformation from US Marine radar operator in ... See full summary »
John F. Kennedy,
Lee Harvey Oswald,
When the Earth is threatened by a burning Van Allen Radiation Belt, U.S. Navy Admiral Harriman Nelson plans to shoot a nuclear missile at the Belt, using his experimental atomic submarine, the Seaview.
From more than eight million feet of newsreels, amateur footage, tape-recordings and more, David L. Wolper presents a priceless detailed account of the time and events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Frame 313 examines several theories that have been offered about who was responsible for the JFK Assassination including the single bullet theory, the CIA/Mafia theory, the Soviet Union/KGB theory, the Mafia hit theory, and the CIA/Anti-Castro theory.Written by
In 2008, Sundown Entertainment (Producers/Production Company) and ThunderBall Films (Executive Producers/Production Company) as the original Authors and Producers of this film executed an Exclusive Co-Production Agreement, sharing in the Copyright of this Film.
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This documentary gathers up various history experts as they debate five different conspiracy theories about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The five topics include: the single gunman theory, the CIA/Mafia connection, the Soviet Union/KBG, hired Mafia hit men and finally Cuban exiles. If you're dead set that there wasn't a conspiracy then it's probably pointless watching this as what's presented here isn't going to change your mind and you're probably just going to grow extremely angry watching these people talk. I personally don't know who killed Kennedy so I enjoy watching documentaries from the viewpoint of saying there aren't any conspiracies as well as documentaries like this one that says the truth is not out there. Although at 114-minutes this does get a bit long winded at times, I still enjoyed it for the most part. I thought the theories that were given here all made you at least think and there were some pretty striking connections that came up and especially in regards to some of the Mafia ones. Again, I'm not going to sit here and say that this film proves anything but I think as entertainment it works. History buffs will probably at least be entertained by the different theories if they're not easily offended by alternate thoughts on the subject.
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