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Dan Rather describes The Zapruder Film

CBS News Friday, 14 August 2020
Nov. 25, 1963: After just seeing what would later be known as "The Zapruder Film," Dan Rather describes the footage which includes the moments before and after the shots were fired at President Kennedy and Texas Gov. John Connally.
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