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Eye On America (The Movie John F. Kennedy) #336390

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 13, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Mark Phillips) Blending of fact and fiction in the movie "JFK" about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy that is based on the claims of then-New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison featured; film clips shown. [Producer Oliver STONE - explains his point of view that there was a coup d'etat; backs Garrison's facts.] [Assassination researcher Harold WEISBERG - calls Stone irresponsible.] Stone's view linking the assassination to the Vietnam war noted. [Journalist/author David HALBERSTAM - responds.] [STONE - talks about the lies from the American government; says "JFK" is only a movie.]

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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