National Geographic: JFK The Lost Bullet (2011)

National Geographic: JFK The Lost Bullet was released on DVD on November 22, 2011
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They are among the most infamous home movies ever made, capturing an event that changed history. But do these humble 8-millimeter films reveal the whole story of John F. Kennedy s assassination?

National Geographic reveals these home movies as never before … restored to a state more pristine than the day they were exposed to the Dallas sunshine of November 22nd, 1963. Join a team of pioneering investigators as they bring the home movies to life and expose the hidden secrets of the crime of the century.

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US DVD Release Date November 22, 2011
UK DVD Release Date UK - Not announced
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Complete Movie Details

Run time 50 Minutes
DVD and Blu-ray Release Date November 22, 2011
Studio Vivendi Entertainment
MPAA Not-Rated
Genre(s) Documentary
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2 Visitor Reviews for National Geographic: JFK The Lost Bullet

  1. Ley Garnett says:

    Just so you know, I am a former reporter who freelanced for NPR.

  2. Ley Garnett says:

    I knew we were going into cover up world when the first conspiracy theory introduced was that the limo driver shot JFK. I have studied this event since it happened and have NEVER heard anyone pose such a ridiculous theory. This was obviously an attempt to link the grassy knoll conspiracy advoctes with total lunacy like the limo driver theory. I was expecting some kind of laser analysis showing the views from the knoll at the time of the assassination. But we didn’t see that at all. I assume the reason is that it would have shown that a shot from the knoll could have hit Kennedy at an angle matching the Zapruder film. Instead we get the word of a so-called forensic expert who assures us that a bullet from the knoll would have hit the car or Jackie. Why no proof of that assertion? Then the rest of the show is devoted to trying to prove the magic bullet theory? What a farce and a waste of Nat Geo resources.

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