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JFK [Director's Cut] [Blu-ray]

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The November 22, 1963, assassination of U.S. President {$John F. Kennedy} shocked the nation and the world. The brisk investigation of that murder conducted under the guidance of {%Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren} distressed many observers, even though subsequent careful investigations have been unable to find much fault with the conclusions his commission drew, the central one of which was that the assassin, {$Lee Harvey Oswald}, acted alone. Instead of satisfying the public, one result of the Warren Commission Report was that an unimaginable number of plausible conspiracy theories were bandied about, and these have supported a sizeable publishing mini-industry ever since. In making this movie, director {$Oliver Stone} had his pick of supposed or real investigative flaws to draw from and constructed what some reviewers felt was one of the most compelling (and controversial) {political} {detective} { hrillers} ever to emerge from American cinema. Long before filming was completed, {$Stone} was fending off heated accusations of artistic and historical irresponsibility, and these only intensified after the film was released. In the story, New Orleans District Attorney {$Jim Garrison} ({$Kevin Costner}) is convinced that there are some big flaws in the investigation of {$Oswald} ({$Gary Oldman}), and he sets out to re-create the events leading up to the assassination. Along the way, he stumbles across evidence that a great many people had reason to want to see the president killed, and he is convinced that some of them worked in concert to frame {$Oswald} as the killer. Among the suspects are {$Lyndon B. Johnson} (the next president), the CIA, {$J. Edgar Hoover}, and the Mafia. Over the course of gathering what he believes to be evidence of a conspiracy, {%Garrison} unveils some of the grittier aspects of New Orleans society, focusing on the shady activities of local businessman {%Clay Shaw} ({$Tommy Lee Jones}). {%Garrison}'s investigations culminate in his conducting a show trial that he knows he will lose and which he is sure will ruin his career in order to get his evidence into the public record where it can't be buried again. This movie won two of the many Academy Awards for which it was nominated: one for Best Photography ({$Robert Richardson}) and the other for Editing ({$Joe Hutshing}). Re-released into theaters in November of 2013 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination, the Director's Cut of {$Stone}'s seminal historical {drama} features 17 additional minutes previously culled from the film's original, 1991 theatrical release. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Starring: Kevin Costner as Jim Garrison
Sissy Spacek as Liz Garrison
Joe Pesci as David Ferrie
Tommy Lee Jones as Clay Shaw
Gary Oldman as Lee Harvey Oswald
Michael Rooker as Bill Broussard
Jay O. Sanders as Lou Ivon
Laurie Metcalf as Suzie Cox
Gary Grubbs as Al Oser
Donald Sutherland as X
John Candy as Dean Andrews
Jack Lemmon as Jack Martin
Walter Matthau as Sen. Russell Long
Ed Asner as Guy Bannister
Kevin Bacon as Willie O'Keefe
Brian Doyle-Murray as Jack Ruby
Sally Kirkland as Rose Cheramie
Beata Pozniak as Marina Oswald
Vincent D'Onofrio as Bill Newman
Tony Plana as Carlos Bringuier
Tomas Milian as Leopoldo
Jim Garrison as Earl Warren
Edwin Neal as Mercer Interrogator
Joseph Nadell as Dr. McClelland
Steve F. Price Jr. as 1st Pathologist
Ted Pennebaker as Arnold Rowland
E.J. Morris as 1st Plaza Witness
Ray Redd as Dodd
Steve Reed as John F. Kennedy - Double
John Reneau as A Team Shooter
Sally Nystuen as Mary Moorman
Brittney Powell as
Marco Perella as Mercer Interrogator
Cheryl Penland as 2nd Plaza Witness
Michael Ozag as Hobo #3
Pat Perkins as Mattie
Christopher Otto as Assistant DA
Bob Orwig as Officer Poe
Bill Pickle as Marion Baker
Willem Oltmans as George DeMohrenschildt
Ruary O'Connell as 3rd Pathologist
Anthony Ramirez as Epileptic
Chris Renna as Bethesda Doctor
George R. Robertson as White House Man
Peter Maloney as Colonel Finck
Larry Melton as Patrolman Joe Smith
Chris Robinson as Dr. Humes
Richard Rutowski as Fence Shooter
Nathan Scott as John Chancler
John Seitz as General Lemnitzer
Stanley White as B Team Shooter
Billy Hopkins as
Risa Bramon Garcia as
Tom Howard as L.B.J.
Bob Gunton as TV Newsman #3
Wayne Tippet as FBI Agent Frank
Scott Krueger as Snapper Garrison
David Gilbert as
Dale Dye as General Y.
Alex Rodine as White House Man
Perry R. Russo as Angry Bar Patron
Pruitt Taylor Vince as Lee Bowers
Merlyn Sexton as Admiral Kenney
Michael Skipper as James Teague
Alvin Spicuzza as Bailiff
Sean Stone as Jasper Garrison
Sam Stoneburner as White House Man
Eric A. Vicini as French Reporter
Ronald Von Klaussen as Hobo #1
Linda Flores Wade as Syvia Odio
Frank Whaley as Fake Oswald (uncredited)
John S. Davies as Hobo #2
Red Mitchell as Sgt. Harkness
Henri Alciatore as Maitre d'
Caroline Crosthwaite-Eyre as British Reporter
Lolita Davidovich as
Allison Pratt Davis as Elizabeth Garrison
Norman Davis as Colonel Reich
Dalton Dearborn as Army General
Jerry Douglas as Board Room Man
Columbia DuBose as Nellie Connally - Double
Bruce R. Elliott as Bolton Ford Dealer
Carol Farabee as Carolyn Arnold
Jodie Farber as Jackie Kennedy - Double
Jorge Fernandez as Miguel Torres
John Finnegan as Judge Haggerty
Roxie M. Frnka as Earlene Roberts
Gail Cronauer as Janet Williams
Darryl Cox as 2nd FBI Agent with Hill
Jo Anderson as Julia Ann Mercer
Raul Aranas as Angelo
Roy Barnitt as Irvin F Dymond
Loys T. Bergeron as Jury Foreman
Bill Bolender as Prisoner Powell
Melodee Bowman as FBI Receptionist
Walter Breaux as Vernon Bundy
I.D. Brickman as Dr. Peters
Tom Bullock as 2nd Pathologist
Price Carson as Tippet
Gary Carter as Bill Williams
Barry Chambers as Man at Firing Range
Mykel Chaves as Sandra Styles
John Galt as Lyndon B. Johnson
Bruce Gelb as Board Room Man
William Larsen as Will Fritz
Ray LePere as Abraham Zapruder
Spain Logue as 1st FBI Agent with Hill
Amy Long as Virginia Garrison
Mike Longman as 1st Newsman
Ryan MacDonald as Board Room Man
John C. Martin as Prison Guard
Carolina McCullough as Stripper
Ellen McElduff as Jean Hill
Errol McLendon as Man with Umbrella
Randy Means as Gov. Connally - Double
Helen Miller as Garrison Receptionist
Zeke Mills as J.C. Price
Odin K. Langford as Officer Habighorst
Christopher Kosiciuk as FBI Agent at Autopsy
Alec Gifford as 2nd TV Newsman
Gil Glasgow as Tippet Shooter
Jim Gough as 3rd Plaza Witness
Duane Grey as Board Room Man
Michael Gurievsky as Russian Reporter
Kristina Hare as Reporter
James Harrell as Sam Holland
Baxter Harris as White House Man
Harold G. Herthum as Coroner
Ron Jackson as FBI Spokesman
J.J. Johnston as Mobster with Broussard
T.J. Kennedy as Hill Interrogator
Wayne Knight as Numa Bertel
Willie Minor as Bonnie Ray Williams

Directed By: Director: Oliver Stone
Producer: Oliver Stone
Producer: A. Kitman Ho
Screenwriter: Zachary Sklar
Book Author: Jim Garrison
Book Author: Jim Marrs
Screenwriter: Oliver Stone
Cinematographer: Robert Richardson
Composer (Music Score): John Williams
Editor: Hank Corwin
Editor: Joe Hutshing
Editor: Pietro Scalia
Production Designer: Victor Kempster
Art Director: Derek R. Hill
Art Director: Alan Tomkins
Co-producer: Clayton Townsend
Associate Producer: Joseph P. Reidy
Executive Producer: Arnon Milchan
Set Designer: Crispian Sallis
Costume Designer: Marlene Stewart
Sound/Sound Designer: Tod A. Maitland
First Assistant Director: Joseph P. Reidy
Sound Mixer: Bill Daly
Casting: Risa Bramon Garcia
Production Manager: Clayton Townsend
Casting: Billy Hopkins
Casting: Heidi Levitt
Makeup: Craig Berkeley
Production Assistant: Joey Stewart

Format: Blu-ray

Number of Discs: 1

Studio: Warner Brothers

Release Date: 01 Jan 1970

Run Time: 206

Boxed-Product Weight: -

Quick Code: QCMV18625638

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