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Four Days in November (1964)

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Four Days in November is a 1964 American documentary film directed by Mel Stuart about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

The film includes Dallas radio and television coverage of: The President’s arrival at Love Field (Bob Walker, WFAA-TV 8) Progression of the motorcade (Bob Huffaker, KRLD Radio) First local bulletin of shooting (Jay Watson, WFAA-TV 8) Reports at Parkland Hospital (Bob Huffaker, KRLD Radio) Official announcement of President’s death from Malcolm Kilduff (Roy Nichols, KLIF Radio)

Amateur films and photos include: Scenes along the motorcade route Orville Nix’s films of the motorcade entering Dealey Plaza, the fatal head shot followed by Secret Service Agent Clint Hill climbing on top of the limousine and the post-shooting confusion at the Plaza Mary Moorman’s photo taken just a fraction of a second after the fatal shot Bob Jackson’s photo of Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald at the Dallas City Jail.


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Assassination of John F. Kennedy @ Wikipedia