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More on JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America
From the director of the Emmy-winning 102 Minutes That Changed America, JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America is an acclaimed History special which follows in the footsteps of such highly-regarded programs as The Men Who Killed Kennedy. Culled from hours of unseen film, tape recordings, and rare firsthand accounts of President Kennedy’s death, HISTORY cuts through the wild conspiracy theories and presents a unique fact-based approach to the Kennedy assassination.
Using firsthand, primary source material, JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America strips away years of confusion to allow for a fresh and clear-eyed view of that historic day in November 1963, when a gunman pulled a trigger and forever changed the world. This four-hour special, which drew over 2MM viewers, relies heavily on evidence and facts, exploiting the vast archive of recorded film and photography and presenting it alongside the testimony of eyewitnesses, and is shown as a countdown clock re-creation, ticking inevitably toward Zero Hour – the very moment rifle shots ring out in Dealy Plaza.
Run Time: 188 minutes
DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010