Cinema: Death in Dallas

Four Days in November. The story of John F. Kennedy's assassination has been told with impressive amplitude in the words of the Warren Commission's report. But pictures can indeed speak louder than words. This film, the first in which the massive photographic record (more than 2,000,000 ft.) of the tragedy is assembled and analyzed, adduces no new evidence, proposes no exotic theories. Produced by David Wolper, who in 1963 put together a prizewinning TV documentary (The Making of the President, 1960) about Kennedy's election, Four Days is essentially an extended newsreel, a rough anthology of television tapes, amateur movies and reconstructed...

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