Image of an Assassination
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 1997
Director: H. D. Motyl
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 030306-728223
Running time: 1:32 (92 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: April 08, 1998
Collection type: Owned (#1965)
Status: Available
Purchase date: June 04, 2005
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 8 / 10
Review (video): 8 / 10
Overview
Image of an Assassination: A New Look at the Zapruder Film chronicles the history of Abraham Zupruder - from the morning he was coaxed to return home to get his camera, to the painstaiking process of digitally duplicating the motion picture sequence. Zapruder's business associates, photography experts and employees of the National Archives piec together the history of the crucial 26-second film.

In 1997, the LMH Company and the MPI Media Group worked together to create a state of the art digital replication of the camera original - a copy that will serve researchers for years to come.

Includes a version that's 64% wider than has been seen before.
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Genres
Special Interest
Documentary
Studios
Production Studios:
 • MPI
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles
English
French
Other
Spanish
Tags
Various
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Image of an Assassination
Features
 • Scene Access
 • Featurettes
 • Production Notes/Bios
 • Four versions of the Zapruder film; Chronology of events
Crew
Direction
H. D. Motyl....Director
Writing
H. D. Motyl....Writer
Production
H. D. Motyl....Producer
Malik B. Ali....Executive Producer
Waleed B. Ali....Executive Producer
Film Editing
Scott Rathbun....Film Editor
Sound
Cameron Bartlett....Sound
Steve Black....Sound
Ryan Merrill....Sound
Cast
Peter Dean....Narrator (voice)
Joseph Barabe....Himself (McCrone Associates)
David W. Belin....Himself (points out Book Deposito)
Hale Boggs....Himself (Warren Commission)
Phil Chamberlain....Himself (Kodak, Dallas)
John Connally....Himself (arrives at Love Field)
Nellie Connally....Herself (arrives at Love Field)
John Sherman Cooper....Himself (Warren Commission)
Walter Cronkite....Himself (announces death of JFK)
Allen Dulles....Himself (Warren Commission)
Gerald Ford....Himself (Warren Commission)
William Greer....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
Dick Gregory....Himself (with Rivera and Groden)
Robert J. Groden....Himself (narrates Zapruder film)
Bobby Hargis....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
Jack Harrison....Himself (Kodak, Dallas)
Jerry Haynes....Himself (interviews Zapruder)
Clint Hill....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
Roy Kellerman....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
Jacqueline Kennedy....Herself (arrives at Love Field)
John F. Kennedy....Himself (arrives at Love Field)
Malcolm Kilduff....Himself (on radio Parkland Hospit)
Adam King....Himself (King Visual Technology)
Alan Lewis....Himself (National Archives)
B.J. Martin....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
John J. McCloy....Himself (Warren Commission)
Godfrey McHugh....Himself (unloads casket at Andrew)
Tim McIntyre....Himself (in presidential motorcad)
Todd Murphy....Himself (There TV)
Larry O'Brien....Himself (unloads casket at Andrew)
Kenneth P. O'Donnell....Himself (unloads casket at Andrew)
Lee Harvey Oswald....Himself (under arrest)
David F. Powers....Himself (unloads casket at Andrew)
J. Lee Rankin....Himself (with Warren Commission)
Geraldo Rivera....Himself (broadcasts Zapruder film)
Richard Russell....Himself (Warren Commission)
Irwin Schwarz....Himself (Zapruder's partner)
James Silverberg....Himself (attorney, LMH Co.)
Marilyn Sitzman....Herself (Zapruder's assistant)
Richard Stolley....Himself (LIFE Magazine editor)
Les Waffen....Himself (National Archives)
Earl Warren....Himself (Warren Commission)
Abraham Zapruder....Himself (describes assassination)