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Episode credited cast:
Hilary Minster Hilary Minster ... Narrator (voice)
Robert J. Groden ... Himself - Assassination Researcher (as Robert Groden)
Harold Weisberg Harold Weisberg ... Himself - Senate Investigator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Archer Don Archer ... Himself - Dallas Police
Bob Carroll Bob Carroll ... Himself - Dallas Police
John Connally ... Himself
Nellie Connally ... Herself
Jesse E. Curry Jesse E. Curry ... Himself - Dallas Police (archive footage) (as Chief Jesse Curry)
Patrick Dean Patrick Dean ... Himself - Dallas Police (as Pat Dean)
L.C. Graves L.C. Graves ... Himself - Dallas Police
Larry Harris Larry Harris ... Himself - Assassination Researcher
Gerald L. Hill Gerald L. Hill ... Himself - Dallas Police (as Gerald Hill)
James P. Hosty James P. Hosty ... Himself (as James Hosty)
Oscar Huber Oscar Huber ... Himself (archive footage) (as Father Huber)
Lyndon Baines Johnson ... Himself (archive footage) (as Lyndon Johnson)


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25 October 1991 (USA) See more »

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The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Witnesses
10 November 2016 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Witnesses (1991)

The third and final episode from the 1991 re-broadcast of THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY takes a look at the various witnesses that are out there and who are convinced that the Government and especially the Warren Report are covering something up.

We get to hear from police officers who handled Oswald and various other researchers who take a look at the evidence and makes the claim that there wasn't a way possible for Oswald to do what he did. We hear from the witness who heard more than three shots as well as some who saw people who very well could have been in on the assassination.

If you're a history buff who enjoys watching these documentaries then there's no question that this is a good one. In fact, it's a very good one, although it certainly doesn't reach the same level of greatness than episode two did. Still, the interviews are all extremely interesting and there's no question that it will keep you entertained.


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