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JFK (1991)

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New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison discovers there's more to the Kennedy assassination than the official story.

Director: Oliver Stone
Writers: Oliver Stone, Zachary Sklar.

Release Date: 1991-12-20
Status: Released
Run time: 189 min / 3:9
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $205,405,498
Production Companies : Ixtlan Productions, Warner Bros. Pictures, Canal+, Regency Enterprises, Alcor Films, Camelot Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1991-12-20
Status: Released
Run time: 189 min / 3:9
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $205,405,498

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Kevin Costner
as Jim Garrison
Tommy Lee Jones
as Clay Shaw/Clay Bertrand
Gary Oldman
as Lee Harvey Oswald
Kevin Bacon
as Willie O'Keefe
Michael Rooker
as Bill Broussard
Jack Lemmon
as Jack Martin
Laurie Metcalf
as Susie Cox
Sissy Spacek
as Liz Garrison
Joe Pesci
as David Ferrie
John Candy
as Dean Andrews
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Lee Bowers
Jay O. Sanders
as Lou Ivon
Walter Matthau
as Senator Long
Sally Kirkland
as Rose Cheramie
Donald Sutherland
as X
Ed Asner
as Guy Bannister
Brian Doyle-Murray
as Jack Ruby
Ray LePere
as Abraham Zapruder
Vincent D'Onofrio
as Bill Newman
Tom Howard
as Lyndon B. Johnson
Lolita Davidovich
as Beverly Oliver
Jim Garrison
as Earl Warren
Wayne Knight
as Numa Bertel
Gary Grubbs
as Al Oser
Beata Pozniak
as Marina Oswald
Tony Plana
as Carlos Bringuier
John William Galt
as L.B.J. (voice)
Ron Jackson
as FBI Spokesman
Sean Stone
as Jasper Garrison
John S. Davies
as Hobo #2
Tomás Milián
as Leopoldo
Raul Aranas
as Angelo
Gail Cronauer
as Janet Williams
Gary Carter
as Bill Williams
James N. Harrell
as Sam Holland
Ellen McElduff
as Jean Hill
Jo Anderson
as Julia Ann Mercer
Marco Perella
as Mercer Interrogator
Edwin Neal
as Mercer Interrogator
Darryl Cox
as FBI Agent #2 with Hill
T.J. Kennedy
as Hill Interrogator
J.J. Johnston
as Mobster with Broussard
R. Bruce Elliott
as Bolton Ford Dealer
William Larsen
as Will Fritz
Wayne Tippit
as FBI Agent - Frank
Dale Dye
as General Y
Jerry Douglas
as Board Room Man
Ryan MacDonald
as Board Room Man
Duane Grey
as Board Room Man
George R. Robertson
as White House Man
Baxter Harris
as White House Man
John Seitz
as General Lemnitzer
Alex Rodine
as White House Man
Sam Stoneburner
as White House Man
Bob Gunton
as TV Newsman #3
John P. Finnegan
as Judge Haggerty
Walter Breaux
as Vernon Bundy
Melodee Bowman
as FBI Receptionist
Peter Maloney
as Colonel Finck
Richard Rutowski
as Fence Shooter
Bill Bolender
as Prisoner Powell
Price Carson
as Tippet
Gil Glasgow
as Tippet Shooter
Bob Orwig
as Officer Poe
Hugh Feagin
as Dr. Rose (credited on Director's Cut)
George Kelly
as Jerry Johnson's Sidekick (credited on Director's Cut)
Victor Kempster
as Samuel (credited on Director's Cut)
John Larroquette
as Jerry Johnson (credited on Director's Cut)
Maria Mason
as Garrison's Secretary (credited in Director's Cut)
Ron Rifkin
as Mr. Goldberg / Spiesel (credited on Director's Cut)
Frank Whaley
as Oswald Imposter (credited on Director's Cut)
Kevin Beard
as (uncredited)
Jeffrey Bornstein
as Hitman (uncredited)
Marie Del Marco
as Secretary in Window (uncredited)
Alan Donnes
as Reporter (uncredited)
Orlando Gallegos
as Plaza Witness (uncredited)
Robert J. Groden
as Courtroom Projectionist (uncredited)
Chuck Kelley
as Dallas County Sherriff (uncredited)
Codie Scott
as Man in Court (uncredited)
Martin Sheen
as Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Jacquelyn Twodat Jackson
as Restaurant diner (uncredited)
John F. Kennedy
as Himself (archive footage)


Directing Oliver Stone Director
Writing Oliver Stone Screenplay
Writing Jim Marrs Novel
Writing Jim Garrison Novel
Writing Zachary Sklar Screenplay
Production A. Kitman Ho Producer
Production Oliver Stone Producer
Production Arnon Milchan Executive Producer
Production Clayton Townsend Producer
Sound John Williams Original Music Composer
Camera Robert Richardson Director of Photography
Editing Joe Hutshing Editor
Editing Pietro Scalia Editor
Production Risa Bramon Garcia Casting
Production Heidi Levitt Casting
Production Billy Hopkins Casting
Art Victor Kempster Production Design
Art Derek R. Hill Art Direction
Art Alan Tomkins Art Direction
Art Crispian Sallis Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Marlene Stewart Costume Design
Crew Randy E. Moore Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Bob Shelley Special Effects
Visual Effects Miller Drake Visual Effects
Crew Webster Whinery Stunt Coordinator
Camera Sidney Ray Baldwin Still Photographer
Directing Susan Malerstein Script Supervisor
Sound Kenneth Wannberg Music Editor
Camera James M. Muro Steadicam Operator
Lighting John Shoemaker Rigging Gaffer
Sound Michael D. Wilhoit Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Wylie Stateman Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Scott Martin Gershin Sound Effects Editor
Sound Mark Lanza Sound Effects Editor
Sound Jay B. Richardson Sound Effects Editor
Costume & Make-Up Martha Marek Beresford Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Bonnie Clevering Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Kelvin R. Trahan Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Ron Scott Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Wade Daily Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Elaine Thomas Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Cassandra Scott Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Elle Elliott Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Deborah Mills-Whitlock Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Craig Berkeley Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Ron Berkeley Makeup Artist
Crew Kevin Beard Utility Stunts
Costume & Make-Up Mark Burchard Costume Design
Lighting Michael F. Burke Electrician
Crew William H. Brown Post Production Supervisor
Visual Effects Margaret Johnson Special Effects Supervisor
Crew Warren Keillor Special Effects
Editing Kate Crossley Assistant Editor
Editing David Orr Color Timer
Sound Christopher Assells Dialogue Editor
Sound David A. Arnold Dialogue Editor
Sound Willy Allen Dialogue Editor
Sound Richard Dwan Jr. Dialogue Editor
Sound Alison Fisher Dialogue Editor
Sound Mark Gordon Dialogue Editor
Sound Bob Newlan Dialogue Editor
Sound Dan M. Rich Dialogue Editor
Sound Hugo Weng Dialogue Editor
Sound Mary Andrews ADR Editor
Sound Avram D. Gold ADR Supervisor
Sound Jerelyn J. Harding ADR Editor
Camera Philip C. Pfeiffer Camera Operator
Art J. Grey Smith Property Master
Directing Joseph P. Reidy First Assistant Director
Production Joseph P. Reidy Associate Producer
Directing Joe Burns Second Assistant Director
Camera Jerry G. Callaway Additional Camera
Camera J. Michael McClary Additional Camera
Art Tana Bishop Art Department Coordinator
Art Margery Z. Gabrielson Assistant Art Director
Art Rodney Armanino Construction Coordinator
Art Jack Kostelnik Construction Foreman
Art Dennis Collins Painter
Art Barby Kirk Props
Art Mary Saisselin Set Designer
Art Mandy Brou Set Dresser
Art Bill Darrow Standby Painter
Camera Donald Carlson First Assistant Camera
Camera Mark A. Hatley Grip
Camera Chris Centrella Key Grip
Costume & Make-Up Lisa Lovaas Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Dan Bronson Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Ron Berkeley Key Makeup Artist
Crew Derek Abernathy Carpenter
Crew Kayla Chaillot Craft Service
Crew Brooks Baldwin Dialect Coach
Crew Patrick Hogan Driver
Crew Budd Carr Executive Music Producer
Crew Tutt Esquerre Picture Car Coordinator
Crew Romy Stevenson Production Intern
Crew John A. Kelly Scenic Artist
Crew Charlie French Set Medic
Crew Daniel Burns Set Production Assistant
Crew Mark Thomason Stand In
Crew Jamie Dierlam Stunts
Crew William B. Borges Transportation Captain
Crew Alvin L. Milliken Sr. Transportation Coordinator
Crew Roger Armstrong Unit Publicist
Editing F. Paul Benz First Assistant Editor
Production Juel Bestrop Casting Associate
Production Patricia Anne Doherty Location Manager
Production Leeann Stonebreaker Production Coordinator
Production Clayton Townsend Production Manager
Production Dianne E. Collins Publicist
Production Thomas Hayslip Research Assistant
Sound Robert Batha Assistant Sound Editor
Sound T.J. O'Mara Boom Operator
Sound Sandy Berman Foley Editor
Sound Tim Morrison Musician
Sound John Neufeld Orchestrator
Sound Tod A. Maitland Production Sound Mixer
Sound Joseph Holsen Sound Editor
Sound Joseph A. Brennan Sound Engineer
Sound Bill Daly Sound Mixer
Sound Gregg Landaker Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Mark 'Frito' Long Sound Recordist

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  • Oliver's Stone's "JFK" builds up an overwhelming head of urgency that all comes rushing out at the end of the film, in a tumbling, angry, almost piteous monologue - the whole obsessive weight of Jim Garrison's conviction that there was a conspiracy to assassinate John F. Kennedy.

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  • Oliver Stone's movie JFK plays fast and loose with historical fact to try to convince viewers that there was a Kennedy assassination conspiracy.

  • Miles Mathis proposes a gamechanging theory that JFK was a diabolical Elitist, and not being content with the love and trust the American people endeared him with, faked his death and took the *REAL* American Presidency underground, ruling until his real, natural death.

  • Well before the advent of the Hollywood pseudo documentary, Karl Marx suggested that all great events and personalities in world history happen twice: "the first time as tragedy, the second as farce."

  • The National Archives is releasing documents previously withheld in accordance with the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act. The vast majority of the Collection (88%) has been open in full and released to the public since the late 1990s.

  • John F. Kennedy was killed on November 22, 1963. Almost 30 years later, Congress enacted the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992. The Act mandated that all assassination-related material be housed in a single collection in the National Archives and Records ...

  • "JFK" was and remains so controversial that any positive reviews (not to say they were characteristic) it received were dwarfed by the trashing to which it was subjected in the official press, which started well before it was released.