Executive Action (1973)
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"To This Day, They Remain Somewhere Among Us...Those People Responsible for November 22, 1963!"
|Predecessor to Oliver Stone's JFK this film was one of the first to present an alternative to the Warren Report version of events. Mixing narriative segments with newsreel footage, the film tells the story of a group of powerful men who plot the assasination. First they must recruit and train a shooter, then frame Lee Harvey Oswald. A must-see for history buffs and conspiracy theorists, some credit this film with re-opening the debate about Kennedy's assasination.|
Editor's NoteThe subject of a secret conspiracy to assassinate JFK is the theme of this drama. This was Robert Ryan's last film.
Cast & Crew
|Dalton Trumbo - Screenplay|
|David Miller - Director|
|Donald Freed - Based On Story By|
|George Grenville - Editor|
|Kirk Axtell - Art Director|
|Mark Lane - Based On Story By|
|Randy Edelman - Original Music By|
|Robert Steadman - Cinematographer|
|Steve Jaffe, et. al. - Producer|
Plot SummaryA group of men from the government, military, and industry conspire to assassinate President John F. Kennedy, out of concern that JFK might pull US forces out of Vietnam.