The JFK Collection

Release Date: 29 November 2010 | Certificate: Exempt
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JFK – the most famous assassination of modern times.

This three-hour special from HISTORY™ uses unique, rarely seen and heard footage to document the Kennedy assassination and the nearly 50 years of speculation and controversy that changed America. Home movies from eyewitnesses, Dallas police dispatch radio recordings and raw news footage provide a shocking, unflinching look at the assassination of the president and the days that followed while examining the aftermath.
• From the director of the Emmy®-winning 102 Minutes That Changed America.
• Outstanding reviews when released in the States – “the best on the subject you will ever see” by the NY Post.

The moments and hours after JFK’s tragic assassination were some of the most formative and important for America, but the true story has rarely and only partially, been told. For the first time, using never-before-seen transcripts only recently made public, this film pieces together the 24-hour period after the shots were fired.
• Told from the point-of-view of Vice President Lyndon Johnson, this HISTORY programme examines the unusual incidents and events surrounding his crucial swearing-in.
• Based on the bestselling book by Steven M. Gillon.
Release Date: 29 November 2010
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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Catalogue No: GOHC5426