5:00: Recreation of Oswald’s position at the window
6:40 to 6:45: Blow-ups
6:49 to 6:52: Great copies of 2 Willis photos
Secret Service film
6:56: Re-enactment of Oswald’s view at Z-313. Shows a post that could have been hit by a bullet
7:01 to 7:04: Officer Gerald Hill looking up the Depository. The man with glasses behind is possibly DPD photographer Studebaker.
8:06 to 8:34: Alyea film
8:06: Reporter Kent Biffle and a man follow cops in the Depository.
8:10: Investigators and Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman on the right, looking out a window.
8:13: Several investigators on the 6th floor
8:21: Carl Day picking up rifle, and Captain Fritz next to him 8:31: Carl Day trying to find prints on rifle
8:34 to 9:31: Discussion on Carcano rifles 9:28 to 9:36: Several photos showing behind the boxes where shooter hid 9:36 to 13:27: The documentary re-enacts the shots with a sharpshooter
11:28: The Babushka Lady in the Zapruder film (very good quality)
11:29 to 11:32: KRLD cameraman Jim Darnell on the left in the Couch film
13:32: Front of the Depository
13:33: View of Houston. Depository not visible.
13:35: A second before the headshot
13:38-13:41: People running away from Dealey Plaza. Others rushing to grassy knoll.
13:43 to 13:51: Parkland in color (Atkins film)
14:20-14:31: Dealey Plaza scenes (outside and inside the Depository)
14:24: Report Kent Biffle with cops (Same sequence as 8:06)
14:25: Two investigators with handguns in the Depository. Same as the ones looking out a window. See above. Center: Deputy Chief of Police Lumpkin. Right: Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman.
14:28 to 14:31: Cops and investigators on 6th floor. Carl Day and Fritz examining rifle. 14:37 to 14:43: Scenes on the 6th floor
14:41 to 14:43: Two detectives at the sniper’s window. One seems to be holding something and showing it to Captain William Fritz.
Secret Service film. Re-enactment on 6th floor
14:44: Street post in the way of the shooter, just above JFK’s head
14:58: What a shooter would see from the window
20:03: Shows an SS agent placing rifle between boxes like Oswald did
20:01 to 20:07: 6th floor window blow-up
20:21 to 20:24: People rushing to the grassy knoll
20:24 to 20:27: People rushing to the grassy knoll
20:27 to 20:31
20:33 to 20:41: Scenes in front of Depository
20:34: Lovelady on the steps of Depository
20:41 to 21:11: Documentary continues its re-enactment.
21:11 to 21:21: Couch film. Partial version. Officer Baker rushing to the Depository.
Looks like a citizen arrest was made on a Black man. People are walking down the grassy knoll.
21:21: Sewer shot spot
24:23 to 24:32: Dealey Plaza scenes
24:25: Photographer William Allen in white shirt
24:30: KRLD cameramen Steve Pieringer and Jim Underwood on the right.
Scene in front of the Depository
24:33 to 24:40: Same portion already shown earlier
24:40 to 24:48: Dealey Plaza scene films resume
24:46: DPD three-wheel motorcycle and people gathered around it. Jim Underwood is joining in. (Cooper film)
24:48: Documentary re-enacts Oswald’s movements in the Depository after the shots. It also shows the different films taken outside while Oswald’s movements are re-enacted.
32:31 to 32:38: Dealey Plaza scenes resume
32:38 to 32:45: Tippit murder scene photos
32:45 to 32:51: Dealey Plaza scenes
32:52: House where Oswald lived 33:01: Landlord Ms. Roberts 33:14: Cops interrogate people around a car parked behind Tippit’s car / Officer Barnes arrives 33:21: Cop running toward Tippit’s car 33:25: Officer Barnes searches for prints on Tippit’s car
33:28: A wallet found
33:03 to 40:29: Reconstruction of Oswald’s movements after the assassination
40:26: Cops interrogate people around the car behind Tippit’s car / Officer Barnes arrives
40:29 to 40:33: Tippit murder scene. Witness Ms. Markham
10:08 to 10:11: Darnell film. People cross street. Underpass seen in the background
10:09: Bell film. People running up the grassy knoll. KRLD reporter Jim Underwood at 10:10 on top left.
10:30 to 10:32: Darnell film: People run to bridge where a patrolman is located.
KRLD Underwood film of people rushing up the grassy knoll
10:44 to 10:49: WFAA L’Hoste film from top of grassy knoll in the direction of Elm Street. Other B&W films of the cars heading to Parkland.
On the way to Parkland
10:58 to 11:25: Films and photos before the arrival to Parkland 11:08 to 11:20: Possibly the lead car on the highway rushing to Parkland 12:05 to 12:25: WFAA footage on the way to Parkland
12:25 to 12:41: Parkland in color (Atkins). 12:28: Wiegman (black hat) seen filming 12:41 to 12:47: B&W footage of priests 12:46 to 14:08: Malcom Kilduff, President’s press secretary announces JFK’s death at Parkland
13:07: 3 reporters are taking notes.
14:09 to 14:20: In parking lot behind the grassy knoll
14:09 to 14:12: Roger Craig and Eddy Walthers
14:12: WBAP cameraman Jim Darnell filming
14:15: Unidentified man between cars with camera?
14:20 to 14:23: Color footage of the Depository. Unknown if taken on November 22 or 23 and by who.
14:23 to 14:27: Paschall film shows underpass.
14:32 to 14:39: Head shot
14:50 to 14:56: Officer Gerald Hill and reporter Jim Ewell arrive in Dealey Plaza 14:59: CBS cameraman Steve Perringer with a camera in left hand
15:00 to 15:01: Buddy Walthers with H.H. Davis, Chief Investigator for the District Attorney Office. He also assisted with Florer’s arrest (See The Story Behind the Story, 1:12:07)
15:06 to 15:08: Grassy knoll.
15:08 to 15:12: Charles Brehm interviewed before he is led away by a policeman
15:12 to 15:18: Crowd in front of the Depository
15:16: Phil Willis on the left. The cameraman on the right is Don Cook of KTVT.
Seems to be Willis in the middle-right in this film, and the above cameraman on the left.
15:18 to 15:22: Depository employees put in a police car (See 13:07)
15:22 to 15:28: People are let in the Depository (B&W). 15:27: The man in white hat and carrying his raincoat on his left shoulder is possibly the same man as film by Darnell in the parking lot.
15:28 to 15:34: Bell film of the Depository from a building later in the afternoon
15:34: Focus on cops with guns looking up the Depository (B&W). 15:34: Press photographer William Allen
15:37 to 15:42: Unknown camerawoman. She could be the woman in blue in the Dorman film.
15:42 to 16:02: Firemen getting into the Depository
15:47 to 15:55: Charles Brehm led away by police
15:55 to 16:02: DCA film shows fire truck and the KRLD car
16:12: Hughes film of the Depository
16:04 to 16:09: Hughes film blow-up of the sniper’s window
16:09 to 16:46: Powell photo, blow-up and Groden’s analysis
16:47 to 17:43: Alyea film on 6th floor. Very poor quality, but some parts have rarely been published. These are from 17:28 to 17:32.
16:47: A deputy sheriff is looking out a window. EDIT: Unknown if this is on the 6th or 5th floor.
16:52: Several deputy sheriffs on top of a pile of boxes
17:02: Deputy Sheriff Bill Wiseman tries to pull out something from between boxes
17:09: An investigator with something between his two fingers. Then seen stepping down
17:18: A man (probably Roy Truly) runs his fingers on the windows
17:22: DPD photographer Studebaker takes pictures from the top of boxes, probably of where the rifle is/was
17:24: Carl Day removes a rifle between boxes. Several investigators are looking at the rifle.
17:31 to 17:42: Carl Day takes the rifle and looks at it. He shows it to Fritz.
17:42: End of the Alyea film
17:43 to 17:47: DCA color film: Witness Amos Euins on a 3-wheeler ridden by D.V. Harkness.
17:47 to 18:01: Various films and photos taken in Dealey Plaza
Unknown film (B&W).
18:01 to 18:01: B&W footage focusing on Depository
Marrion Baker going into Depository
18:06 to 18:23: Camera pans from the bridge to grassy knoll 18:23 to 18:36: People on grassy knoll
Various photos in Dealey Plaza
From 18:36: Discussion of various photos taken in Dealey Plaza. Lots of medical discussion in the middle
1:13:58: Silent clip showing Dr. Humes testifying to the HSCA
Black Dog Man
1:27:15 to 1:33:45: Black Dog Man discussion
1:32:32: Among the first people at the top of the grassy knoll
1:33:17: Man hiding in Nix film?
1:33:26: Black Dog Man in Willis
1:33:30: Black Dog Man in Betzner
HSCA re-enactment on the 6th floor
1:33:49 and 1:34:51: Rifleman in window for HSCA
1:36:05: Rifleman behind the fence in Moorman
1:37:09: Badgeman, Groden says in the video that Badgeman was discovered by Jimmy Carter’s sister-in-law in 1978 when he showed her the Moorman photo.
Soldier. Possibly the same seen in the Cooper film.
17:09 to 19:18: Muchmore film
A man pointing his umbrella. Possibly the Babushka Lady to his left. She is seen from the back.
17:42: Muchmore’s camera shakes and a car door opens… It’s the Vice-President’s car.
Bell film 19:18 to 22:25
19:53: Milteer in crowd (in yellow).
19:55: Bell stops filming and re-positions himself on Elm Street 19:56: Resumes filming on Elm Street 19:56: Brennan sitting on the wall
20:00: Bell stops filming
20:01: Bell resumes filming. View of the overpass to all the way to the right of the structure on which Zapruder was sitting. Zapruder is seen leaving. Shows movement on both sides of Elm Street
20:12: Zapruder is walking away
20:23: Couch seen filming from car
20:26: The Babushka Lady, Jean Hill and Mary Moorman. Brehm and his son on the ground.
20:29: Hill (red coat) and the Babushka Lady rushing to the top of grassy knoll
21:01: Film focuses on the TSBD from a building. Taken several minutes or hours after the shooting.
21:06 to 21:10: Railroad yard area 21:10 to 21:32: View of Houston and Elm from a building across the street 21:32 to 22:18: Replay in slow-motion of some parts of the film
Hughes film: 22:29 to 25:18
22:29 to 23:06: Pre-shooting sequence. Ends with view on the TSBD. 23:07 to 23:23: Crowd movement toward the grassy knoll
23:23 to 23:30: People running away from the scene and to the scene
23:30 to 23:36: Parking lot. Policeman with no hat on the left
23:36 to 23:43: TSBD from the grassy knoll. Then camera pans to the right. Old Court Building, and then to Elm Street.
23:43 to 23:46: Back to the parking lot
23:47: Eastern corner of the TSBD. Films 6th floor.
23:50 to 24:02: TSBD entrance. Lovelady is seen on the steps.
24:44: Groden’s analysis of the 6th floor window
Towner film: 25:19 to 26:45 (Might be a longer version than the one on Death in Dealey Plaza at 17:33)
Dorman film: 26:45 to 29:14
Martin film: 29:14 to 29:44
29:14 to 29:27: Pre-shooting sequence showing crowd on Houston Street. 29:27 to 29:31: Just before the shots. Stops filming at 29:31. 29:31: Resumes filming. Crowd movements.
29:37: Bob Edwards in white shirt and possibly Ronald Fisher on his right.
The man in hat in the middle of the image may be the same as the one in the Dorman film
Mentesana film: 29:47 to 30:12
29:50: Fire truck and KRLD-TV car
30:00: Two officers on the 7th floor, outside, next to a ladder with access to the roof. Civilian or deputy sheriff on the left?
30:06: Amateur photographer Jay Skaggs on the left taking pictures. The man in suit in the middle may be FBI agent Ray Hall.
Daniel film: 30:12 to 31:34. His two sons in the foreground.
Bronson film: from 31:34 to 33:58
31:43: 6 minutes before the shooting / Charles Brehm and son in the middle of the screen / Witness Toni Glover seen on Brehm’s right / A woman looking like The Babushka Lady is seen.
31:53: The motorcade approaches
31:57: Motorcade on Houston Street / Is the blue bus one of the Press buses?
32:02: On Houston Street 32:05: The assassination sequence on Elm Street.
32:08 to 32:15: Pre-shooting sequence. It is showing the sniper’s nest window.
32:15: Analysis of the film
Wiegman film (Very low-quality copy): 33:58 to 36:40
Couch film: 36:43 to 37:15 (Extremely poor copy):
36:43 to 37:15: Officer Baker rushes to the Depository
Alyea film: 37:18 to 38:29 (Very poor quality, but some parts are rarely published like the one from 37:28 to 37:32)
37:25: A deputy sheriff looking out a window
37:32: Several deputy sheriffs on top of a pile of boxes 37:36: Investigator tries to pull out something from between boxes 37:39: Two investigators on piles of boxes with flashlights 37:43: An investigator with something between his fingers. 37:45: Two investigators searching for clues on top of piles of boxes. One is stepping down 37:47: Investigators at the sniper’s window
37:52: A man runs his fingers on the windows
37:56: DPD photographer Studebaker takes pictures from the top of boxes, probably of where the rifle was 37:58: Carl Day removes a rifle between boxes. Several investigators are looking at the rifle.
38:07 to 38:21: Carl Day takes rifle and look at it. He shows it to Fritz.
DCA film: 38:29 to. A collection of films taken throughout the motorcade, ending with the Mentesana film
44:46 to 44:49: Sequence not shown in the previous Mentesana film. This one is taken from the South side of Elm Street. Shows the TSBD. 45:18: Roger Craig and Eddie Walthers in the parking lot 45:23: Amateur photographer Jay Skaggs on the left taking pictures
45:27: Man reading a notepad? Or camera?
45:29: Jim Underwood on the right 45:37: Witness Euins on the back of a police 3-wheeler 45:45: Lovelady 45:52: Charles Brehm 46:03: Zapruder look-alike 46:04: Crowd on the corner of Elm Street and Houston 46:12: CBS cameraman Steve Pieringer on the left 46:18: Camera has panned from Houston to the front of the TSBD 46:20: Phil Willis with his camera 46:26: Jim Underwood on the right / A man is seen in front of the TSBD in the Wiegman film 46:32: CBS cameraman Steve Perringer on the left 46:35: Photographer William Allen 46:37: Fire truck 46:53: Officers on the 7th floor. The one on the left seems to be in plainclothes. 46:59: Officers gathered on the street. A rifle is seen.
47:02: FBI agent Ray Hall / Jay Skaggs on the left is taking pictures.
47:14: The Last Two Days (documentary using Thomas Atkins’ footage)
13:35 to 13:45: Powers film (color) 13:45 to 14:13: DCA films of motorcade, pre-shooting scenes 14:13 to 14:17: Powers film 14:17 through 14:31 : Hughes film (Pepsi sign) 14:31: Nix film 14:36: Hughes film 14:49 to 14:54: Towner film 14:55: Bell film 15:02 to 15:09: Martin film 15:17 to 15:28: Nix film 15:28 to 15:37: Daniel film 15:49 to 15:56: Nix film 15:56 to 16:04: Bell film
16:04 to 16:13: Hughes film
16:07: Nix Orville filming the grassy knoll in the Hughes film
16:13 to 16:28: Couch film / Officer Baker running toward the TSBD
16:28 to 16:40: Hughes film 18:17 to 18:36: Interview with ambulance driver Aubrey Rike 24:44 to 25:09: Several B&W shots of the TSBD. Date or time unknown 25:09 to 25:19: WFAA interview with witness Bob Edwards in front of the TSBD (See The Story Behind the Story). 25:19: Officer Gerald Hill arrives in Dealey Plaza. Gets off car. Reporter Jim Ewell also gets off.
25:25 to 25:46: B&W footage in Dealey Plaza. KRLD cameraman Jim Underwood is seen
25:30: William Allen is seen in white shirt on the right
25:31: WFAA cameraman A.J. L’Hoste on the right
25:33: Fire truck
25:46: Alyea film: View of the street from the 6th floor
25:50: Boy with a camera (Cooper film). He is seen again at 25:53 below.
25:52: Soldier on the top-right
25:53: Possibly James Worrell in white, and a boy with a camera on the right
25:55: Craig with possibly deputy sheriffs down the screen
25:57: Fritz arrives in Dealey Plaza from Parkland with Detective Elmer Boyd. Both have rifles.
26:01 to 26:26: Alyea film
26:01: Man on the top-right may be the same one in the Alyea film taken in the elevator
For comparison, another film seems to show the same man in the Owens/WBAP film
26:03: Officer on the first or second floor. Possibly the same seen later in the Homicide Bureau office. (See 3 Shots that Changed America at 55:05)
26:07: Possibly Roger Craig searching on top of boxes
26:23: From left to right: Patrolman Marrion Baker, Roy Truly, and maybe O.V. Campbell
26:26: B&W films in Dealey Plaza
26:31: Car with something written on it. A man with a hat leaning on a car looks like a cab driver.
26:40: Fritz seen from the back walking in the direction of the TSBD
26:50: Cooper film: Women on the sidewalk asked by Officer Harkness, to move on
26:52: Virgie Rackley who is also seen in the image above, is also seen in the Wiegman film in front of the TSBD. In the Alyea film, she is interviewed by Dallas Morning News reporter Kent Biffle (See Breaking the News at 32:09)
26:57: TSBD employees escorted to a police car
27:14 to 27:17: Alyea film shows Brehm, Brennan and Euins escorted by the police. Could be A.J. L’Hoste on the bottom-right.
27:17 to 27:23: Alyea film shows Bob Edwards escorted by a jailer. This scene corresponds to one of the Allen photos.
27:23 to 27:25: Witness Rowland and his wife are escorted by officers
27:25: Brehm, Brennan, Eddie Walthers or Dallas SS Chief Forrest Sorrels.
27:29 to 27:42: Captain Sawyer interviewed by WFAA reporter Bill Lord in front of the TSBD 27:43: View of the TSBD 27:46: Deputy Sheriff Harry Weatherford entering the TSBD through a window on the second floor 27:49 to 28:01: Alyea film 28:01 to 28:14: Captain Sawyer interview continues
28:14 to 28:44: Alyea film 28:14: Carl Day with rifle
28:47 to 28:58: Carl Day with rifle outside the TSBD. FBI agent Ray Hall on his right
29:31 to 29:45: Alyea film taken from the 6th floor of TSBD
29:45 to 29:50: Alyea film shows deputy sheriffs looking out the sniper’s window
34:21: Sequences in Dealey Plaza
34:23: Man on the right may be the same who confronted Larry Florer (see 35:19)
34:28 to 34:39: Cooper film: 3-wheeler and Jim Underwood
34:30: Scene in the parking lot
34:35: Policemen in front of the TSBD
34:40 to 35:07: Back in the WFAA studios 34:45: Report of a man arrested in Fort Worth (WBAP)
34:38 to 35:00: Donald Wayne House under arrest (WBAP)
35:07: Larry Florer under arrest. The man who is pointed at by Florer may be the same as the one at 34:23
35:23 to 35:26: People gathering on the West side of the TSBD 35:26 to 35:39: Larry Florer escorted by the police 35:39 to 38:00: Back in the WFAA studios: Tippit murder scene
38:00 to 39:54: Trade Mart
39:54 to 42:57: Oswald has been arrested. 41:19: Lovelady and Oswald in the DPD offices 42:30: Profile of Oswald is given by the press
42:57 to 46:55: Parkland
43:07 to 43:49: Interview with ambulance driver Aubrey Rike
46:18: Interview with Ms. Quincy Adams at Parkland holding a camera.
46:55: Speculations on President Johnson’s whereabouts. Scenes at Parkland and Dallas Airport 50:08 to 50:25: Back to the WFAA studios 50:25 to 51:00: Air Force One is leaving Dallas 51:00 to 52:04: Back to the WFAA studio with Zapruder 52:04 to 52:35: Downtown Dallas at around 4 PM. The mood in Dallas is described 52:35 to 52:47: Back in the WFAA studios.
52:47 to 53:39: Audio of conversations in Air Force One. Johnson talking to Rose Kennedy
52:39 to 53:52: Back to WFAA. Nothing of interest 53:52 to 55:15: News film showing Air Force One at Andrew Base
55:15 to 55:43: At the Dallas Police offices, Oswald is escorted through the corridor 55:43: Police station 56:06 to 56:36: Curry gives interview (“We placed the man in the window at the time of the shooting”) 56:36: Discussion on Oswald 56:43: Wade discusses Oswald 57:00 to 58:08: Back to WFAA. Oswald’s Friday night press conference
58:08 to 59:19: White House on November 23
59:19: Dallas, November 23. Back to WFAA 59:41: Unknown Asian reporter who is often seen with a camera and a microphone. He was in the police basement when Ruby was shot. His photos have never been published, it seems.
1:00:05: Brehm in Dealey Plaza on Nov 23 1:00:30: At the Dallas police station, Oswald is escorted.
1:01:00 to 1:01:24: Marguerite Oswald is escorted in the Dallas police H.Q.
1:01:24 to 1:02:52: In Washington
1:02:52 to 1:04:24: Curry interviewed in the DPD police station corridor 1:04:24 to 1:05:00: Evidence against Oswald: Backyard photos and Carcano mail-order coupon 1:05:00 to 1:05:30: In Washington 1:05:30: Parkland Hospital. Gov. Connally is told about JFK being hit and killed
1:05:58 to 1:07:15: Dealey Plaza in color on November 23
1:07:15 to 1:08:57: Dallas Police H.Q. on Saturday evening 1:07:15: H. Louis Nichols of the Dallas Bar Association talking 1:07:31: Lawyer John Abt’s photo is seen 1:07:40: Back to Nichols 1:07:51: Henry Wade is talking about conducting the trial against Oswald 1:08:13: Curry is asked about security and threats against Oswald 1:08:35: Oswald back in the corridor 1:08:37: Possibly Ruby seen in the corridor from the back
1:08:57: Washington, Sunday, November 24
1:09:34: Dallas, Sunday, November 24, 9:50 AM. Preparing for Oswald transfer
1:09:34: Crowd in Dealey Plaza waiting for the transfer 1:10:31: 11:07 AM. Police activities outside the jail 1:11:04: In the DPD station basement 1:11:16: Patrick Dean outside the jail 1:11:25: Back in the police basement 1:11:39 to 1:12:07: Outside the jail
1:12:07: Parkland Hospital, 11 AM. Ms. Connally gives a press conference. While she is speaking, the Towner film is shown 1:13:26: WFAA Bob Walker has 2 phones to his ears, and says, “We’re waiting for Oswald’s transfer” 1:13:30: Dallas City Hall basement, 11:20 AM 1:13:41: Oswald is led by Fritz and other officers 1:14:17: Ruby shoots Oswald 1:15:25: Activity in the booking room where Ruby was brought in after the shooting 1:15:43: Ruby is escorted by officers 1:15:49: Ruby is put in an elevator 1:16:01: Back in the basement where reporters are discussing. They’re getting out of the way to let the ambulance go by 1:16:12: Back in the booking room 1:16:17: Oswald on a stretcher 1:16:41: Armor truck outside. Ambulance coming out
1:16:58 to 1:18:44: White House, 11 AM
1:18:44 to 1:19:43: KRLD-TV: Dallas City Hall basement. Reporters after Oswald was evacuated
1:19:04: Bob Jackson with cigarette on the right
1:19:22: Patrick Dean interviewed by reporters
1:19:43: Parkland Hospital. Waiting for Oswald to arrive. 1:19:52: Ambulance is guided through 1:19:54: Oswald on stretcher 1:20:00: Scenes inside Parkland 1:20:04: Outside Parkland
1:20:10: Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington
1:21:15: Parkland Hospital: A doctor discusses Oswald’s case 1:22:01: WFAA reporter Walker announces that Oswald is dead 1:22:09: Short scene outside of Parkland
1:23:28 to 1:24:13: Back to WFAA studios.
1:23:40: A staff member tells Bob Walker that the man is Ruby of the Carousel Club. Walker puts his hand on the microphone and asks if this has been verified
1:24:13: WFAA-Radio discusses Ruby while he is seen in the basement. Film of the Carousel. 1:24:29: Chief Curry announces Oswald’s death 1:24:58: WFAA reporter Bill Lord interviews James Leavelle 1:25:24: Back to WFAA with Bob Walker. He mentions Bob Jackson’s photo of Oswald’s shooting 1:25:50: WFAA-Radio reporter seems to say that all the officers in the Dallas police building believe that Ruby killed Oswald to “close his lips”
1:26:10: KRLD reporter Underwood tells reporters that Ruby’s sister stated that Ruby had no relationship with Oswald
1:26:42 to 1:27:16: Washington 1:27:16 to 1:28:47: Tippit’s funerals 1:28:47 to 1:29:48: Oswald’s funerals 1:29:45 to end: President Johnson talks to Congress
5:15 to 5:22: Witness Amos Euins’ perspective from the corner of Elm and Street
7:38 to 11:15: Zapruder film analysis
13:10 to 15:27: Bell film analysis
13:22: The Babushka Lady running up the stairs
13:26: Probably the Dark Complexion Man, the Umbrella Man’s companion, on the North side of Elm, on the left.
13:28 to 13:45: Nix film
13:31: The Rowland couple
13:33: The “Classic gunman”
13:56 to 13:58: Bell film: Babushka Lady running up the stairs
15:36 to 17:16: Witness Euins. A few shots of his appearance in the 1967 CBS News Special are shown.
15:52: Euins demonstrates how he ducked after the shots
16:01: Hiding after a shot
16:02: Getting back up
16:16 to 16:34: Euins in a B&W interview (1963?)
16:35 to 16:40: On the South-East side of the TSBD. Police Officer D.V. Harkness with Euins (Cooper film).
17:36 to 19:32: Bell film, Nix film and Hughes films receive cutting-edge photo treatment
Bell film (Starts at 18:37)
18:37 to 18:48: Bell film. Excellent quality. Shows Houston Street
18:53: The Babushka Lady on the South side of Elm Street.
19:05: Extreme blow-up of the whole fence area as Bell’s camera is panning from West to East
Nix film (Starts at 19:33)
20:11 to 20:13: News film of people in front of the TSBD. Unknown date. B&W. 20:13 to 20:34: Couch film for a few seconds / Few seconds of several films 20:34: Warren Commission members and investigators in Dealey Plaza
20:41: Secret Service agent John Howlett returns to the 6th floor for the first time in 50 years
21:13 to 21:15: Rare WBAP/Owens film taken on the 6th floor.
Carl Day and photographer Studebaker
21:21 to 21:23: Owens film: Men going up in elevator. Possibly cameraman Jack Beers in the middle.
21:36: Cooper film showing Carl Day with rifle about to get into a car
Hughes film (30:37 to 31:34)
30:07: On Main Street (Pepsi sign). 30:27: Houston and Elm
30:40: Excellent blow-ups of the sniper’s window
31:11: Max Holland says he sees the figure of Oswald taking position for the shooting.
31:32: Lovelady in the TSBD entrance / Ms Glover in blue standing on structure
31:34 to 31:38: Crowd movement / Orville Nix is seen filming
31:46: People running away from the scene
31:57: Extreme blow-up of the sniper’s nest window
32:04: Back to Euins and Max Holland
32:32: News film shows where Euins was standing
32:33: James Worrell look-alike in white / Boy with camera on the right
32:58: Witness Patricia Ann Donaldson. We see where she was standing
33:28: Alyea film: Witness Bob Edwards who saw a man in a window is led away by a jailer
33:37 to 33:50: Euins recalls the sequence of the shots for the 1967 CBS News Special and the documentary 34:44: Howlett demonstrates how Oswald could have done the shooting 35:11 to 36:14: A Marine tried to replicate what Oswald did
Dorman film 36:39 to 38:01
36:41: Hughes film: The window where Elsie Dorman took her film from
Reporter Pierce Allman is the second man from the left
Towner film: 41:38
42:57 to 43:06: Restored film
News report on the Towner film. Shows the best version I’ve seen
55:57: EDIT: This boy does not have a camera as previously thought. He is carrying his mom’s purse.
Back in the WFAA studio
The studio sequence starts at 1:00:06.
1:00:31: Witness Robert Edwards in white shirt tells WFAA reporter Bill Lord that he saw a man “up there” when asked by Lord asked, “You saw a man?”. Watch the clip below. Also seen in the film: Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig, D.S. Allan Sweet and D.A. Assistant Bill Alexander.
1:00:42 to 1:01:16: Larry Florer at the police station
1:01:16-1:02:35: WFAA reporter Bill Lord interviews Captain Sawyer in front of the TSBD
1:02:35 to 1:10:19: Mostly studio 1:04:32: Zapruder in studio
1:10:19 to 1:10:56: Motorcade, a few minutes before the shots. L’Hoste filming on Main, between Lamar and Griffin.
1:10:56 to 1:12:44: Dealey Plaza sequence, about 10 to 20 minutes after the shooting. The structure on which Zapruder was filming is seen. People walk in that direction.
1:11:01: Filmed from the top of the grassy knoll by A.J. L’Hoste, in the direction of Elm Street.
1:11:02: Police bikes on Stemmons.
1:11:04: TSBD from a distance
1:11:07: Deputy Sheriff Harry Weatherford going into TSBD through a window of the second floor.
1:11:13: Cop on a 3-wheeler with another one on the back.
1:11:16: Movements in front of the TSBD. CBS cameraman Steve Pieringer in the foreground?
1:11:20: Police activity
1:11:28: Focus on cops with rifles
1:11:30: Movements in front of the TSBD
1:11:40: Deputy Sheriff Buddy Walthers or SS Agent Forrest Sorrels takes with him witnesses Brennan (hat), Brehm (center) and Euins (left)
1:11:44: KRLD cameramen Underwood on the right with Steve Pieringer on his left
1:11:45: Movements in front of the TSBD
1:11:49: Close-up of the sniper’s window
1:11:54: The Rowland couple seen from the back, led by a cop. They witnessed the shooting from Houston Street.
1:11:56: Sheriff Decker filmed by L’Hoste. KRLD cameraman Sanderson on his left.
1:12:03: Focus on cops with rifles
1:12:06 to 1:12:18: Florer arrest. The man on his left is D.A. staff member H.H. Davis.
1:12:12: KRLD cameraman Steve Pieringer seen filming on the right.
1:12:18: Movements in front of TSBD
1:12:23: A motorcycle departs.
1:12:28 to 1:12:43: TSBD employees led by cops and put in a police car.
1:12:43 and 1:15:03: WFAA Studio
1:15:03 to 1:16:22: Outside of Parkland 1:16:22 and 1:17:16: Mostly WFAA studio.
Tippit murder 1:17:16 to 1:19:25
1:17:16: Police cars rushing to Tippit’s murder scene.
1:17:21: Camera pans to a building where the killer might hide.
1:17:31: Light-color jacket shown by a cop to the camera.
1:17:35: Witness Reynolds questioned by a police officer. Two witnesses (?) behind him
1:17:39: Brief footage of a house
1:17:45: Witness Reynolds again at 1:17:56
1:17:56: Crowd watching cops at the Tippit murder scene
1:18:02: Cops interrogate people gathered around a car
1:18:06: Fingerprints expert Barnes arrives on the scene
1:18:09: Witness Mrs. Markham
1:18:17: A cop is running in the direction of Tippit’s car 1:18:21: Tippit’s car examined by cops, and officer Barnes is leaving the scene
1:18:29: A wallet and a revolver
1:18:38 to 1:18:47: Officer Barnes looks through Tippit’s car window and searches for prints on the car
1:18:47: Film in the theater (Great copy)
1:18:57: Filming outside of the theater
1:19:01 to 1:19:10: Oswald in a police car, and it drives off. An officer is seen with a shotgun.
1:19:10 to 1:19:25: Outdoor shot of theater.
Back to Dealey Plaza
Alyea film (1:19:46 to 1:21:24)
1:19:33 to 1:19:46: WFAA studios. Introducing the Alyea film
1:19:46: Carl Day searches prints on rifle, positioned by the window for maximum light.
1:19:57: Stairway sign. Detective Richard Sims and Elmer Boyd making sure no one touches the rifle.
1:20:03: Same man as in 1:20:50 on top of boxes. The man on the right with hat seems to be wearing a badge. All these men, excepted the civilian in white, can be seen together in several Allen photos in front of the TSBD.
1:20:07: Investigators behind boxes / DPD photographer’s camera seen on the top of boxes
1:20:12: Focus on a bag on the floor
1:20:17: Where the shooter sat. A box is leaning on the window, probably used by the shooter for a better shot
1:20:32: Stairway sign again
1:20:35: Several cops. One points to the ceiling. Two more civilians can be seen.
1:20:45: Focus on a flashlight
1:20:48: A police officer.
1:20:50: Investigator standing on a pile of boxes and seen stepping down. Same man as in 1:20:03.
1:20:56: Focus on a Maxwell House coffee container. It is also seen in a photo of a detective’s hands at the DPD offices.
1:20:58: Officer Studebaker checking out a bag containing chicken.
1:21:10: Officer Studebaker searching for prints on a soda bottle.
1:21:16-1:21:24: Deputy Chief Lumpkin is looking around.
WFAA studio: 1:21:24 to 1:21:34
Alyea film (1:21:34 to 1:21:50)
Alyea films the outside of the TSBD from inside. A man is talking to Captain Sawyer (hidden from sight). This scene could be the same as the one depicted in one of the Tramp photos taken by Jack Beers. The man in the Alyea is often mistaken for Oswald by people who little of the topic.
1:21:50: Above door, it reads “100 Customer Service Wholesale only”. The man is the foreground is probably the same man as seen at 1:21:46 and the tramp photo referred to above.
1:21:57: The two cops guarding the TSBD entrance seem to let someone go in the building
16:04 to 16:14: Hughes film shows crowd movement after the shots 16:24 to 16:28: Bell film: People on the overpass 16:28 to 16:37: Daniels film 16:50 to 16:54: Hughes film in the parking lot 18:54: Atkins film in Dealey Plaza.
19:20 to 19:27: TSBD
19:27 to 19:31: Babushka Lady.
19:53 to 19:57: Couch film resumes: People going back on the sidewalk to avoid cars
20:10 to 20:27: Nix film. Starts a few seconds before head shot / Crowd’s attention on the grassy knoll
24:01 to 24:37: Parkland 24:37 to 29:06: Nothing interesting
29:06: Scenes in Dealey Plaza/ TSBD / Arrival of police officer Gerald Hill and reporter Jim Ewell getting off the car.
29:16: Focus on cops with guns who are looking up the TSBD
29:20: Deputy Sheriff Harry Weatherford going into TSBD through a window
29:23: Detective with white hat and raincoat talking to Marvin Wise
29:25: Close-up of upper windows of the TSBD
29:30: KRLD cameraman Steve Perringer with colleague Underwood on his right
29:35: Policemen and two men in the TSBD. The one behind is reporter Ken Biffle.
29:44-29:46: Alyea and cops in the elevator going up. The civilian on the left seems to be reporter Kent Biffle.
29:47 to 29:53: Reporter Ken Biffle comments on his activities on the 6th floor 29:53: Carl Day searches for prints on rifle.
29:55: Deputy Sheriff Bill Wiseman trying to pull out something stuck in between boxes.
29:57: Investigator on a pile of boxes with something between his fingers
29:59: 2 investigators with flashlights 30:05: 2 men watching Day with the rifle. The man on the right is Dallas Morning News reporter Kent Biffle.
30:09: Carl Day and Fritz examining a rifle
Tippit murder scene
30:15: Tippit murder scene 30:27: Cop running in the direction of Tippit’s car
30:32: Officer Barnes searches for prints on Tippit’s car
30:39: Cops talking to witnesses around the car behind Tippit’s car/ Officer Barnes arrives
30:47 to 30:55: WFAA cameraman filming from inside a car.
30:55: Reporter Hugh Aynesworth comments on arriving to Tippit murder scene quickly 31:05 to 31:17: Police car passing by / Cops in front of a house where the killer might hide 31:17: Two men, probably investigators, running in backyard
31:19: Cop shows Oswald’s jacket 31:23: WFAA footage of the Texas Theater 31:31: Crowd outside the theater awaiting for suspect to be taken out of the theater 31:35: Could it be Ruby seen from the back on the right?
31:35 to 31:46: Inside the theater. Oswald is screaming.
31:44 to 31:54: Hugh Ayensworth commenting on how cops treated Oswald in the theater
31:54 to 32:00: Oswald in car hiding his face with his hands or it could be a piece of clothes.
32:00 to 32:09: Oswald brought into the DPD station by his captors.
Back to the TSBD
32:09 to 32:15: TSBD employee Virgie Rackley interviewed by reporter Kent Biffle in the TSBD on the 1st floor.
32:15 to 32:20: Carl Day at the police station with the rifle up his arms.
32:20 to 32:23 Parkland in color (Atkins) 33:03: Parkland in B&W
34:27 to 34:35: Detectives, one of them Leavelle, are walking into the Homicide Bureau office 34:40 to 34:58: Marina and Marguerite with baby at the DPD station
38:04: Possibly Ruby seen from the back in the DPD offices.
The rest of the program is about Oswald at the DPD station and Ruby’s shooting
3 SHOTS THAT CHANGED AMERICA (NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC)
0:00 to 1:00: Secret Service film: Re-enactment in Dealey Plaza 01:03: JFK in Texas
18:37: 11:54 AM
18:43: JFK leaves Love Field
18:53: Main Street
18:57: Dan Owens of WBAP with his camera
18:58 to 19:00: B&W footage of crowd 19:00 to 19:08: DCA film. Color footage before Dealey Plaza. 19:08 to 19:14: Hughes film of Elm Street
19:14 to 19:19: Hughes film: View of Main Street. 19:19: DCA color films of JFK’s car well before Dealey Plaza
20:19 to 20:21: Powers film. Shows Art Rickerby in middle of the car.
20:22: Color footage (DCA). Pre-shooting scenes
Hughes film 20:28 to 20:38: Hughes film (Pepsi Cola sign). 20:38 to 20:39: Blow-ups of the TSBD
20:40: 12:30 PM 20:45: The WFAA TV show airing before their JFK assassination coverage 21:12: “CBS NEWS BULLETIN”. After Cronkite has finished talking, a coffee ad is shown, but not shown entirely. 21:43: Wiegman film 21:49: Bell film shows the Babushka Lady 21:53: Atkins film: The Newmans 21:56: Wiegman film: The Newmans 21:57: Couch film (just a part) 21:59: Darnell film: Bill Newman pounding the ground 22:00: Couch film (just a part)
22:02: KRLD cameraman Underwood film: People rushing up the hill.
22:08 to 22:14: Bell film of people running up the hill. Brehm is talking to what seem to be reporters.
The Babushka Lady is up the hill / KRLD cameraman Jim Underwood on the top-left in blue raincoat.
22:15: Dark Completion Man in the middle, on the North side. He is also seen with the Umbrella Man in other photos and films.
22:14 to 22:18: Hughes film: People running away from and other towards the scene 22:18: B&W footage showing police car followed by a 3-wheeler arriving in Dealey Plaza
22:23: Bell film taken from a building several minutes or a few hours after the shooting
22:27: DCA film in the parking lot showing Roger Craig and Eddie Walthers (This image is from Case for Conspiracy. It is clearer, but less rich in color, than the one shown on 3 Shots that Changed America)
22:31: Hughes film in the parking lot. The Black guy with strip shirt is seen running up the grassy knoll at 22:07 in the Underwood film and at 22:54 in the L’Hoste film / A policeman on the extreme-left does not have his hat. He is seen later in the Darnell film.
22:34: Bell film taken from a building.
22:41: Darnell film: Focus on a police car going west on Elm Street / People crossing the street.
22:45: Hughes film: A few seconds of people crossing the street and standing on the grass.
22:50: Bell film taken from a building.
22:54: WFAA/L’Hoste footage: Filmed from the top of the grassy knoll. Shows crowd.
22:56: Possibly the DCM on the South side of Elm Street.
22:58: Hughes film: West corner filmed. Crowd in front of the TSBD.
23:02: Cooper film (Blond woman and spectators in front of the TSBD).
23:08: Women asked by officer Harkness to get off the sidewalk.
23:11: KRLD cameraman Steve Pieringer.
23:13: Officer Gerald Hill getting off car with reporter Jim Ewell 23:19: WFAA reporter Bill Lord interviews witness Bob Edwards (See The Story Behind the Story).
23:25: Officer Gerald Hill pointing to the TSBD
23:27: WFAA footage: Focuses on the TSBD (L’Hoste). 23:28: WFAA footage of police activity in front of the TSBD 23:36: WFAA footage showing KRLD cameramen Pieringer and Sanderson
23:37 to 23:37: Alyea or Owens film in the elevator (maybe reporter Kent Biffle on the left). The one on the right can be seen entering the TSBD in another film.
23:42: CBS news report by Cronkite, supplemented with extra footage at Parkland by CBS cameraman Tom Craven and White House cameraman Tom Atkins. 23:57: WFAA cameraman Bert Shipp films en route to Parkland Hospital
24:03: Atkins film at Parkland (color)
24:07 to 24:11: At Parkland when Oswald was brought. People are asked to get out of the way.
24:11: Atkins film at Parkland (color)
24:18 to 25:03: B&W film at Parkland
25:07: The WFAA show before the JFK assassination coverage starts.
25:41 to 28:56: WFAA coverage starts with Jay Watson. 28:37: While Bill Newman talks to Watson, the Stoughton photo and Atkins film of the Newmans are shown.
28:56: Frame of the Muchmore film showing the Babushka Lady
29:04: News film and Atkins film at Parkland 29:37: CBS New York coverage
30:27: Footage in front of the TSBD.
Firemen with ladders enter the TSBD
30:55: Alyea film on the 6th floor
31:04 to 31:11: Alyea film of the street from the 6th floor
31:13: Police and crowd activity in Dealey Plaza
31:16: Is this Elsie Dorman?
Black man with short sleeves. Could be the one in Altgens 6.
31:21 to 31:42: Footage leading to the Tippit murder scene / Audio of Tippit talking to the dispatcher.
31:49: Back to the WFAA studios with Jay Watson who announces that JFK is at Parkland
32:23 to 32:47: B&W film at Parkland (WFAA bus is seen)
32:39: Policemen on the roof of Parkland Hospital
32:52: Dog in a police car at Parkland
33:38: Color footage at Trade Mart 33:54 to 34:24: B&W footage at Trade Mart
34:26: People in New York react to the news 35:35 to 36:57: New York CBS coverage
36:57: News film of Larry Florer escorted by the police
36:57: Arial footage of Dealey Plaza
37:03 to 37:52: Radio bulletin supplemented with news films
37:06: Probably Cooper film of the crowd on the South side of Elm in front of the TSBD.
Roger Craig is seen down the screen talking to police officers.
37:12: Fritz just got off the car from Parkland. He is escorted by Deputy Chief of Police Lumpkin.
37:18: Same footage as in 23:42 37:22 to 37:45: Alyea film
37:35: Roger Craig, Boyd, Fritz in same frames. Rifle is then examined by Carl Day and Fritz.
Tippit murder and Oswald arrest: 37:46 to 39:54
39:22: While Oswald is in a police car, a deputy sheriff (probably) is seen with a rifle.
39:28: Oswald in the car. Probably a piece of clothes above his head. 39:29: TV host announces the arrest of Oswald.
39:36: Bill Williams in white shirt. On his right is one of his friend. They are in the police building elevator that will bring Oswald upstairs after he had just been brought to the police station a few minutes after he had been captured.
39:46: Oswald brought in the Homicide Bureau office 39:51: Oswald walks by Lovelady who is sitting on a chair
39:52 to 40:12: A news commentator discusses the political impact of the assassination.
40:18: Oswald is placed in a room in the Homicide Bureau office. Cameramen try to film Oswald.
40:24: 2:06 PM
40:25 to 40:41: N.Y. CBS coverage
41:00: Back in the WFAA studios
41:09 to 41:39: While the George Jefferies film taken the next day is shown, New York Times reporter Tom Wicker reports on Kennedy’s death. Ends with some Dorman film
41:39 to 41:42: Boston Symphony Orchestra: JFK’s death is announced.
Beethoven’s Funeral March is played. Doorman film is briefly shown. 41:46: Hearse leaving Parkland Hospital.
42:05: 2:38 PM 42:11 to 42:27: Photos of LBJ being sworn in while the music mentioned above is playing 42:27 to 42:52: Life continues in the streets of Dallas (no sound) 42:52 to 44:14: Zapruder interviewed by Jay Watson of WFAA
44:12 to 45:50: People on the streets of New York are interviewed
45:40 to 46:20: News commentator says it must be a planned conspiracy 46:11: Back to Jay Watson with film editor Bert Shipp 47:00: Photo of Oswald with policemen is shown on the screen 47:09: A news host says that Oswald is the chairman of the FPFC 47:24 to 48:20: Dr. Shaw’s press conference from Parkland on Governor Connally’s health 48:35: B&W film of the street, well after the assassination since there are flowers all over the place 48:36 to 49:08: Jay Watson in studio with the WFAA cameraman who was at the Tippit murder scene
49:13: People on the street looking up the TSBD. Maybe James Worrell? Cameraman on the bottom left. Could it be FBI agent Bob Barrett behind him?
49:16: Man looking at the front page of a paper announcing the assassination
49:22 to 49:30: Back to the footage shown at 49:13 / Arial footage of Dealey Plaza
49:34 to 50:53: People on the New York streets react
50:55: Air Force One lands at the Andrews Force Base 53:29: Photo taken by Life photographer Bob Phillips in the Bethesda Hospital 53:45: Carl Day with rifle at the police station 54:51: View of inside Homicide Bureau office
54:52: The man on the phone is Detective T.L. Baker. This frame was a few seconds after Day displayed the rifle to the Press.
55:00: Michael Paine seen from the back in the police station
55:09 Oswald is escorted to an interrogation room
55:03 to 56:05: Cronkite reports on Oswald being in Russia 56:06: Oswald’s landlord interviewed (Gladys Johnson). 56:24 to 56:40: Housekeeper Earlene Roberts interviewed 56:40 to 57:20: Back to the police station. Oswald is escorted out from an interrogation room to the Homicide Bureau Office (“I’m just a pasty!”) 57:20 to 58:13: News anchors talking 58:13: Fritz talking to the press in front of the Homicide Bureau office 58:32: Outside, in front of the Dallas Police H.Q. building
58:38: In the Dallas Police H.Q. Michael Paine is seen.
58:50: Chief Curry talking to the press in the station corridor
59:10: A press member asks for a room where they could interview Oswald. Fritz, Curry and Wade conferencing. Everybody is heading to the Identification Room where the “Midnight press conference” is going to take place. 1:01:47: Oswald: “A policeman hit me”. Oswald is escorted out. 1:02:06: Wade: “He’s been charged with murder” 1:02:41: Ruby is heard correcting Wade on the FPCC comment 1:03:03: End of the press conference 1:03:05: WFAA studios: Reporters Bill Lord and Bob Clark 1:03:15 to 1:03:33: B&W footage is shown and described by Clark
1:03:33: In Washington
1:04:10: Sunday, November 23 1:04:20 to 1:04:27 (7 AM): CBS Mike Wallace
1:04:27: Report from Dealey Plaza, and inside the TSBD. Newsmen seen sleeping, probably did not have any sleep the night before.
1:04:42: Coffee served in the TSBD allegedly by TSBD employee Bill Shelly.
1:04:44: Inside the police station 1:04:49: CBS Dan Rather reports in studio. Marina Oswald is seen with baby. Later Marguerite Oswald is seen. Then Mrs. Paine. 1:05:20: TV host says that the terms “plot of international communism” has been left out by the Dallas authorities.
Curry: FBI and Oswald
1:05:37: Curry talks to reporters in the police corridor 1:06:52: Curry says the police did not know Oswald was in Dallas, but the FBI did 1:07:02: CBS Cronkite reports what Curry just said about the FBI interrogating Oswald 2 weeks prior to the assassination 1:07:19 to 1:08:42: Cronkite keep talking while we’re back to the police HQ where Captain King answers reporters’ questions. King says he has no information on the FBI interviewing Oswald
1:08:43 (12:11 PM): Curry retracts. He says he has no info on if or when Oswald was interviewed by the FBI.
1:09:45: Marina Oswald is escorted in (Kent Biffle seen at 1:09:47) 1:10:03: Fritz says, “This case is cinched”
1:10:12 (2:13 PM): Reporter Bob Huffaker with his camera is hoping to film Oswald coming out, and going into the show-up room for the line-up. He failed in going in the show-up room.
1:12:31 (4:01 PM): Dan Rather reports from Dealey Plaza 1:13:29: Walter Cronkite talks from studio about foreign reaction. A BBC commentator talks about JFK’s importance / Song / Funerals discussed 1:15:40: LBJ addresses the press
1:16:31 (6:24 PM). 1:16:36: Back in the police HQ. Oswald is taken in for questioning 1:17:05 (7 PM): Curry answers questions from reporters
1:18:15 (7:15 PM): Oswald is brought back to the interrogation room. “I strongly deny these charges”, he says.
1:18:47: Curry addresses the reporters regarding Oswald transfer
1:19:39 (Sunday morning): Outside the police H.Q. Then we have segments of the crowd on Elm Street 1:19:54 (11:09 AM): News host in Washington. 1:20:28: In Dealey Plaza 1:20:37: Bill Lord reports from Houston Street. Camera pans to the County Jail
1:21:11: Back to Dealey Plaza 1:21:25: Bob Walker of WFAA talks to a reporter in the jail 1:21:33: Reporter in the jail 1:21:39: Policemen outside the jail 1:22:02: Curry talks to reporters. He says he has no detail on an earlier threat
1:22:30: Back to Walker 1:22:36: Inside the jail
1:22:52: Back to the jail 1:23:04: Curry talks to reporters. He says he cannot deny the possibility that someone else might have known that Oswald would kill Tippit or JFK
1:23:42: Crowd in front of the jail 1:23:46: Armour truck 1:23:47: Oswald escorted out of a room 1:25:39: Sheriff Decker outside the jail
1:27:06: Sheriff Decker talks to reporters / D.S. Eugene Boone is seen behind and to Decker’s right
1:27:20: Dealey Plaza after Ruby’s shooting
1:27:26: KRLD Sanderson with camera. Then Sergeant Patrick Dean is interviewed.
1:27:54: Outside the jail. Deputy Sheriff Al Maddox can be seen.
1:28:12: Back outside the jail
At Parkland, Oswald arrives.
0:00: WFAA reporter Bill Lord outside the County Jail after Ruby shooting
0:17: DCA color footage from outside the jail. A man, probably a reporter trying to get access to the building where Oswald was shot, is fighting with a policeman.
00:24: Crowd reacts to the shots 00:32: Oswald evacuated 00:35: Outside the jail, and more reactions of the crowd
00:39: DCA color footage 00:45: More reactions of the crowd
00:46: DCA color footage
00:55: DCA color film: WFAA truck.
1:02: Reporter in the jail basement describes Ruby’s movements 1:39 to 1:44: Oswald on a stretcher arrives at Parkland 1:56: A man at Parkland states that Dr. Shyer at Parkland has announced that Oswald is under surgery 2:23 to 2:36: Fritz and officers are let in Parkland 2:36: Reporter at the police HQ discusses Ruby 2:54: Some officers and Leavelle are let in the Homicide Bureau office
3:06: Leavelle in Homicide Bureau office, sitting next to a witness.
3:11 to 3:36: Officer grilled by the press about Ruby having easy access to the police station. “He has a lot of friends here?” Officer seems uncomfortable. He states, “I don’t know”
3:36: Reporter discusses Ruby 4:25 to 5:29: Curry is “wired” so he can talk to the press. Curry announces Oswald’s death. 5:29 to 6:20: Slow-motion of Ruby’s shooting 6:20 to 8:03: CBS Dan Rather discusses Ruby. Interviews Bill Demar, a magician who worked at Ruby’s club who states he saw Oswald there in the audience. 8:03 to 8:32: Ruby is escorted to an interrogation room, the same room where Oswald was interrogated.
8:32 to 9:46: Unknown TV host interviews performer Jada in studio 9:46 to 9:48: Cronkite discusses Ruby 9:48 to 10:40: Tribute to JFK by the New York Symphony Orchestra. Proceedings in Washington. 10:40: Oswald burial 11:06 to 12:29: JFK’s funeral in Washington and Oswald’s in Fort Worth. 12:29 to 12:31: People with flowers in Dealey Plaza 12:36: People in Dealey Plaza on Sunday. 12:54: People on the street reaction 13:51 to 14:12: Cronkite wonders if Oswald was killed to “shut his mouth”.
DCA color footage in front of the jail. 14:12 to 14:22: News host says that one of Oswald’s “passion was politics. LEFT politics” 14:56: 3 women who attended High School with Oswald discuss Oswald 15:40: Oswald is shown in a B&W footage distributing literature in New Orleans 15:58 to 16:08: Martin color footage of Oswald distributing literature in New Orleans
16:15 to 16:29: Oswald is seen in New Orleans courthouse.
16:29: Cronkite speaks. Followed by color footage taken outside the County Jail. 17:21: LBJ says he ordered an inquiry 17:43: Dallas streets and Dealey Plaza 18:46: Ruby’s lawyer Tom Howard reports that Ruby denied to him he ever met with Oswald 19:59 to 20:37: News anchor discusses 20:26: Dealey Plaza 20:40 to 20:46: SS agent looking out the sniper’s window 20:51: SS re-enacts the shooting 21:36 to 22:05: Phone conversation between LBJ and Hoover 22:12 to 22:49: Warren Commission is created. Ruby escorted out. 22:50 to 22:53: Arial view of Dealey Plaza 22:55: The press is skeptical about one man doing it alone 23:24: Men selected to be on the Warren Commission
Pre-trial hearings and trial of Ruby
23:50 to 24:54: TV special on Ruby’s defense. Marvin Belin is talking 24:54: January 1964. Pre-trial hearings 25:42: Ruby is grilled by reporters
26:04 to 26:38: Ruby says, “I was more remorseful than angry about that.. I can’t understand how such a great man can be lost”. Is this an admission of guilt?
26:52: Wade on Ruby 27:11: Ruby’s lawyer finds excuses for Ruby (“automatic state at that time”) 27:40: Bob Walker of WFAA announces that the jury is ready for Ruby trial decision 28:30: Verdict given to the judge 29:13: “Miscarriage of justice”, says Ruby’s lawyer Melvin Belli 29:29: His other lawyer, Joe Tonahill, states, “I’m about to throw up!”
The Warren Commission and its critics
29:30: Warren Commission members in Dallas 32:41: CBS News Extra presents the Warren Report 33:42: December 19, 1964. TV host mentions Ruby tried to commit suicide twice 34:42: January 1967. Was Oswald the only killer? Mark Lane’s documentary Rush to Judgment. A witness says he saw smoke from the fence 36:06: January 3, 1967: Jack Ruby dies of cancer. Color footage. 36:14: Audio of Ruby’s interview at the hospital. Ruby denies he ever saw or heard of Oswald , or that Oswald was ever in his club. 36:39: BBC special on the JFK assassination. “The Death of Kennedy” 39:29: Mark Lane’s voice. He talks about the magic bullet. 40:04: Mark Lanes debates David Belin and Arlen Spector.
40:59: July 15, 1967. Jim Garrison addresses the American public. Color footage of an interview with him. 42:18: March 1, 1967. Announcement of Clay Shaw’s arrest. 42:56: Mike Wallace of CBS talks about Clay Shaw’s arrest. 43:27: Shaw denies the charges 43:39: CBS Cronkite comments on Garrison / Garrison refuses to confirm that the CIA is behind the assassination 44:57: Wallace interviews Garrison 45:37: BBC interview with Garrison (B&W). 45:51: Wallace interview (Moorman photo shown). 46:53: Color footage in Dealey Plaza. People on the streets give their thoughts on the subject
47:36: January 31, 1968. Johnny Carson interviews Garrison.
48:25: April 4, 1968. CBS Evening News: MLK killed. 49:50: RFK comments on MLK
50:17: June 5, 1968. RFK killed. 52:21: The Byrds singer claims that JFK was killed by multiple shooters
52:50: Byrds song “Everything will be all right”. King riots shown
Garrison inquiry (Continued).
54:07: Clay Shaw trial (CBS report).
54:24. February 26, 1969 54:43: News report announces that Shaw has been found non-guilty. Shaw reacts. A member of the jury also reacts. 55:35: May 2, 1970. Color footage of LBJ talking with Cronkite about the JFK assassination 56:39: October 28, 1970. Eddy Barker at Love Field where Nixon and George Bush are seen outside the airplane
57:40: March 6, 1975. Robert Groden shows the Zapruder film on Good Night America.
59:51: TV special The American Assassins with Dan Rather.
1:01:46: November 22, 1976.JFK and MLK assassination cases re-opened. Director Richard Sprague of the Special Select Committee states that “no witness, document or avenue will be left unexplored”. 1:02:05: Saturday Night Live intro: Spoof of Ruby`s shooting.
1:02:35: September 6, 1978. TV host announces the opening of the HSCA hearings. 1:03:15: HSCA hearings start 1:03:27: Zapruder film 1:03:49: Groden testifies to the HSCA
1:04:02: Groden talks about the umbrella man to the HSCA
1:04:32: Day 3. Dr. Baden is seen describing a head X-Ray / Followed by film showing a bullet going through various matters. 1:05:42: Day 4. Acoustic expert Dr. James Barger testifies there is a possibility of 50% that there were 3 shots. 1:06:24: Day 14. Umbrella man Louis Witt testifies to the HSCA 1:07:11: Day 16. Evidence linking Mafia figure Santos Trafficante to the assassination 1:07:34: Jose Aleman says what Trafficante told him about JFK: “He won’t be re-elected. He’s going to be hit” 1:07:44: December 30, 1978. TV report.
Oswald’s body examination
1:08:29: August 1980. BBC’s Newsnight: Michael Eddows
1:11:40. Newsnight continues 1:12:52: Oswald’s grave digging starts 1:13:33: Dr. Norton announces the medical report
1:14:00: November 22, 1988. CBS News report. CBS poll. 1:15:13: Various people give their opinion on NPR Radio.
Witnesses interviewed on November 22, 1988 for The Men Who Killed Kennedy documentary
1:15:57: People on the grassy knoll on November 22, 1988. 1:16:14: Witnesses interviewed on November 22, 1988 for The Men Who Killed Kennedy documentary. 1:16:14: Gordon Arnold 1:16:39: The Newman family. 1:17:08: Beverly Oliver 1:17:16: Rosemary and Phil Willis
JFK: The movie
1:17:38: November 1991. CBS Dan Rather reports on JFK the movie. 1:18:48: JFK movie set. 1:20:25: December 20, 1991. Various news reports on JFK the movie.
Documents released (1993)
1:22:04: August 23, 1993. News report on documents released by the National Archives 1:22:52: NBC Brokaw talks about the release of documents. Other news reports follow.
References to the JFK assassination in movies and TV shows
1:23:57: The Simpsons mention the Zapruder film 1:24:04: Seinfeld’s spoof of the Zapruder film 1:24:14: Various references to the JFK assassination in movies, songs, and TV shows.
1:24:47: James Files claims he was in Dallas 1:25:35: People visit the grassy knoll 1:26:00: Dan Rather discusses the Cooper film 1:27:14: Various footage of the motorcade 1:28:29: CBS re-enactment of the motorcade in Dealey Plaza