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[crowds cheering outside]. announcer: and here is the president of the united states, what a crowd and what a welcome he's getting now. look at that and there's jackie. she's gettinjust as big a welcome. and the crowd is absolutely going wild. this is a friendly crowd in downtown dallas as the president and the first lady drive by. [gunshot] [casing echos off ground]
soldier: thank you sir. lee harvey oswald: thank you for seeing me, mr. snyder. my name is lee oswald and i've come to renounce my american citizenship. richard snyder: why would you do that? lee harvey oswald: i'm a marxist. richard snyder: you're a marine, for god's sakes. marines don't defect. lee harvey oswald: i've seen enough of democratic society, of capitalistic society. my mother worked her whole life making profits for capitalists. they push you down and they never appreciate who you are. richard snyder: have a seat. how old are you? lee harvey oswald: 20. 20 years and 13 days. richard snyder: you're young, you're confused;
you're hurt, you're angry. lee harvey oswald: this is not an emotional decision. i have studied marx. richard snyder: you don't even know what life is like here. in six months you're gonna regret what. lee harvey oswald: i have told the soviets that i know things. i had a very high-security clearance. i was a radar technician for the united states government. i am valuable. richard snyder: you'd be a traitor. lee harvey oswald: i believe that what i'm doing is right. and now the soviets will see that i'm serious. this will show them. richard snyder: mr. oswald, lee, when something like this is done, it can't be undone. lee harvey oswald: no one ever listens to me. nobody believes me. now i've made my decision. and i'm through. richard snyder: well, if you're serious, you'll take a few days and you come back. [group laughing] john f kennedy: a reporter, young woman, very attractive, asked me ah, "senator kennedy, how did you get to become a war hero?"
and i told her that it was completely involuntary. they sunk my boat. [laughter]. kenneth o'donnell: they're ready for you, jack. john f kennedy: this was supposed to be joe. he was the oldest. father always thought it would be joe. and he was shot down and we were all stunned. cut into the way things were supposed to go. ah, never supposed to be me. but uh, it is. kenneth o'donnell: it was always supposed to be you. are you ready?
[flash bulbs pop rapidly] john f kennedy: i am today announcing my candidacy for the presidency of the united states. news reporter: the very first returns are now beginning to pour in substantially and those in just a moment. news reporter 2: so first of all, let us go to our summary board. kenneth o'donnell: bobby's got lyndon on the phone for you. john f kennedy: how's it going in there, kenny? kenneth o'donnell: it's close. we knew it would be. it's gonna come down to illinois, texas and california. john f kennedy: well, we're gonna need texas. how is he? is he jolly? robert kennedy: it's lyndon. john f kennedy: hello lyndon. lyndon johnson: i see we're winning in pennsylvania,
but what the hell happened to you in ohio? john f kennedy: well how's it going down there? lyndon johnson: well i'm happy to tell you, texas is gonna be close, but safe. john f kennedy: well ah, all right. thank you, thank you very much. robert kennedy: swear to god, jack, swear to god. if that's all it takes to make you president is to make that son of a bitch lyndon johnson vice president, then so be it. john f kennedy: it's the best deal we ever made. news reporter: actually throughout the night, he's widened that lead. he's about a half a million ahead right now. in connecticut, kennedy took that state by 9:00, he wrote up a very, very. jackie kennedy: jack, look at that! you've won connecticut. you're president now. john f kennedy: no, no, no. jackie kennedy: but look at the lead you've got! john f kennedy: well yeah sure, in the, the northeast, but we have to wait till the midwest and uh, then the west. it's gonna be a long night. jackie kennedy: well, tell me in the morning who wins,
mr. president. john f kennedy: don't say that! [jackie laughs]. russian radio: john f. kennedy has been sworn in as the 35th president of the united states. john f kennedy: and so my fellow americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. [audience applause].
lee harvey oswald: lee. [marina laughs]. li, are you chinese? lee harvey oswald: no, i'm not chinese, i'm american. marina: american, yes. lee harvey oswald: and my co-workers at the radio factory call me alik. marina: alik, alik the american. lee harvey oswald: marina. a beautiful russian girl. i wanted to study in moscow but they sent me to this horrible place. it's bad here. marina: you don't like minsk? lee harvey oswald: i like it better now. may i um, may i kiss you?
marina: if you ask me, i will have to say no. kenneth o'donnell: mr. president. i'm sorry, but we got a major problem in cuba. news reporter: the invasion of cuba has created a highly delicate and difficult situation for the united states. cuba has said that the invasion was mounted from florida and from guatemala. the united states has denied this, so has guatemala. news reporter 2: castro knew the battle plan beforehand, prepared an ambush and assigned himself a prominent
role in the battle. admiral burke: right now, the rebels are pinned down here, on the beach. castro himself is there. john f kennedy: castro, on the beach? admiral burke: in a t-34 tach. i speak for the joint chiefs and i think cia agrees as well, it is imperative that the united states provide air support. john f kennedy: well i don't want the united states involved in this. admiral burke: we are involved in this. we trained these rebels. you approved the mission. john f kennedy: and you told me the plan would work. you told me those men will be met by anti-castro forces and where are they? are they there? admiral burke: mr. president, are you aware there will be significant casualties sustained? we need to act and we need to act now. news reporter: beaches were not prepared by air or artillery bombardment. those able to move beyond the beaches were trapped in swamp or high growth which was burned off. when the fire forced them out one by one into the hands of castro's forces, prisoners of war,
dupes of the united states government. jackie kennedy: jack? jack, what is it? jack, it's me, you can talk to me. john f kennedy: it's a catastrophe. the one hour of air support that i ordered, got screwed up. the two units didn't connect because of a one-hour time difference. these incompetent son of a bitches, they can't even tell time! i don't know why i ever listened to them. jackie kennedy: you couldn't have known. john f kennedy: the president should know. how could i be so stupid? jackie kennedy: jack, you're being too hard on yourself. john f kennedy: but they said it. they said i was too young, too soft, about communism. and i told them i was ready. and they trusted me.
jackie kennedy: they still do. john f kennedy: there are men dying on those beaches, right now. i'm supposed to be the most powerful man in the world, and i, i'm impotent. [sighs]. well, i'll tell you what. this is the last time anyone's gonna make a decision like that for me. news reporter: and here on the beaches around the bay of pigs, the invasion floundered and the search for scapegoats began. the issue has been sharpened further by disclosure of the president's behind-the-scenes role. chester bowles: the record will reflect that we at state opposed the plan as a grave mistake. robert kennedy: that's the most meaningless bull i ever heard. you people are so anxious to cover your own asses; all you want to do is dump this on the president. what you bright fellows got my brother into this, only three months into office and now, thanks to you, the president of the united states
is regarded as a paper tiger by the russians. john f kennedy: well, there's a, an old saying that victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan. the responsibility's mine. i am the president. russian worker: you touched my machine. i had it calibrated. you ruined my work. lee harvey oswald: i didn't do nothing to you. leave me alone. russian worker: who are you? you get special treatment because you are an american spy? spy! american spy! spy!
richard snyder: you're back, like a bad penny. told you you'd regret it. lee harvey oswald: it's not what i thought it would be. and it's so damn cold. i don't think i can take another winter here. can you guarantee me there'll be no legal proceedings against me? richard snyder: i don't see why there would be. ironically, because you failed to return, you never officially renounced your citizenship. lee harvey oswald: can i bring my wife marina? richard snyder: your wife's russian. she'll require an exit visa from the soviet authorities. lee harvey oswald: i want to bring my wife back to the united states.
you're gonna love america, mama, i promise you. marina: but how can i? my english is not good. english no good, have no clothes. they won't like me. lee harvey oswald: you're gonna be fine. and they'll love you there. and we'll be happier there, i promise. marina: alik, you like little bird. you flit here, you flit there. where you happy? lee harvey oswald: a wife belongs with her husband. and a baby with her father. junka needs her papa. [female laughter] john f kennedy: but uh, i, i would say that uh, being president is a fine job. it's a fine job. i get to walk to work and uh, the pay is nice. [laughter]. you look so beautiful. would you tell mrs. baldridge that we are on our way down? secretary: yes, mr. president. press corp: mr. oswald, mr. oswald, please, sir!
reporter: mr. oswald, are you a communist? lee harvey oswald: yes, basically. although i hate the ussr, i do believe that marxism can exist under different circumstances. press corp: mr. oswald! reporter: why did you go to the ussr, mr. oswald? lee harvey oswald: i went as a mark of protest against american political policies in foreign country. marina: alik, who are you talking to? lee harvey oswald: i'm busy marina. i'm working. marina: working on what? lee harvey oswald: go finish packing. marina: it is finished. lee harvey oswald: then go mind the baby then. go. mr. oswald, are you a communist? no, of course not. reporter: mr. oswald, why have you chosen to come back to america? lee harvey oswald: i have lived under both systems. i have sought the answers. thank you mr. oswald. you are a true patriot. ♪ (vo) some call it giving back.
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talk about the past. i mean, i'm here now. john fain: are you now or have you ever been a communist? lee harvey oswald: i've never had a card. john fain: when you went to russia, your mother told the state department you were some sort of secret agent. are you? lee harvey oswald: a secret agent? john fain: are you involved with an intelligence agency? lee harvey oswald: you're fbi. john fain: yes. lee harvey oswald: and you don't know. [laughing]. secret service agent: oh, mrs. kennedy. uh, i'm sorry, the pool is closed.
jackie kennedy: closed? secret service agent: yes, closed, mrs. kennedy. [laughter]. john f kennedy: oh no! jackie kennedy: i see. robert kennedy: you have a woman problem. judith campbell? edgar tells me in my capacity as attorney general and as much as my capacity as your brother i imagine, that you're having an affair with judith campbell. who is also having an affair with sam giancana. sam giancana is a mobster. john f kennedy: i'm aware of who sam is. robert kennedy: jesus christ, jack. i'm investigating sam giancana for racketeering! the press has been very good about looking the other way when it comes to. but this is dangerous.
john f kennedy: all right, is there anything else? robert kennedy: no judith campbell, no giancana, no mob. john fain: mr. oswald! lee harvey oswald: i've already answered all your questions. john fain: would you mind telling us again? just a few minutes. lee harvey oswald: well my wife and daughter are inside, so. john fn: we don't need to disturb them. we'll just talk here. we learned that you contacted the russian embassy in washington.
you mind telling us why? lee harvey oswald: my wife is a russian citizen. she's supposed to let the embassy know where she is. john fain: is that all? lee harvey oswald: what do you mean, is that all? john fain: did you talk to any soviet intelligence officers? lee harvey oswald: about what? about american imperialism? about inequality for negroes? what? john fain: what i want to know lee, is are they asking you to spy for them? is that why they let you come back? is that why they let you bring marina and your daughter, june? are you a russian spy? lee harvey oswald: why would anyone discuss spying with me? i mean, you're the big bad fbi, shouldn't you know? ain't you got bigger fish to fry? think of the state that our country is in at the moment. you come here to harass me in front of my home? look where i live. john fain: ok. agent: get out. come on, let's go. your verdict? john fain: i don't know.
he's a jerk. he's an insolent, arrogant, you tell me. would you choose this guy as a spy? i, i don't see how he's a security risk. i say we close it. agent: this could be your last case, john. john fain: lee oswald, then i'm done. twenty and out. marina: who were those men? lee harvey oswald: fbi. like russia's kgb. here it's fbi. what is that? where did you get the money for that? marina: mama brought it. lee harvey oswald: i told you not to let her in this house. marina: she is mama. how can i saw no? uh, how can i say no? lee harvey oswald: no, marina you, you just do what i say, you understand? that's it. you just do as i say; i'm the man in this house. marina: you are not man. you're a little boy. lee harvey oswald: they're afraid of me. they're the fbi and they're afraid of me. marina: da, everyone afraid of alik. lee harvey oswald: they've been following me
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john f kennedy: i just wanted to hear your voice. jackie kennedy: jack, is something the matter? john f kennedy: jackie, why don't you come back to the white house. jackie kennedy: yes of course. news reporter: at a pentagon briefing here this evening, we were shown pictures taken by a high flying u2 plane, of two types of missiles, some of them already installed in cuba and pointed at the us heartland. one group of missiles, with a range of 1,200 miles, the other group with ranges up to 2,500 miles. and there was a broad hint they do have nuclear warheads. we have increased the number of planes in our air defense along the east coast. and we have placed all us forces around the world on an alert status. admiral burke: i say we launch a full-scale attack and invasion, b52s out of archdale. aide: commandos. robert kennedy: what, start a war with russia? you, you, you really want to risk an all-out nuclear war? mcgeorge bundy: in a matter of days,
those missiles will be operational. we have to act. john f kennedy: i will not be pushed. not by khrushchev, not by you or anyone else. one thing's for certain, i'm not gonna allow nuclear missiles in my backyard. i want to see limited military option; i want to hear something out of state. you haven't said a word the whole meeting. i want options. 40 minutes. jackie kennedy: what's happening? john f kennedy: we're in a fix. i have 40 minutes before i have to start again. i keep thinking about khrushchev and the kremlin. he's in the same position i am. doctor: anti-spasmodic. john f kennedy: but he doesn't want to back down. i don't want to back down. doctor: beta-cortisone. john f kennedy: i have to find a way for
him to back down. doctor: and testosterone. john f kennedy: and not lose face. jackie kennedy: you'll find a way, you'll find a way. john f kennedy: what if i don't? news reporter: men and women the world over hang on the news as it is uncertain what the future holds. all of the western hemisphere from hudson bay to lima, peru are within the range of the missiles in cuba. in these troubled times, america braces for disaster. jackie kennedy: please don't send me away to camp david. i just want to be with you. even if there isn't room in the bomb shelter, i just want to be on the lawn when it happens. i just want to die with you.
marina: i hope they like this. lee harvey oswald: everybody's gonna like it. everybody's russian. all your nosy russian friends. marina: be good alik. george tried to get you a job. he's nice to invite us. lee harvey oswald: you're the one he invited, not me. marina: alik! lee harvey oswald: all right, i'll be good. [doorbell rings]. george de mohrenschildt: there they are, marinitchka! lee! lee harvey oswald: george. marina: christina. george de mohrenschildt: hurry, the president is about to start the speech. director: quiet, please. ready in 5, 4, 3, 2. john f kennedy: good evening, my fellow citizens. this government, as promised, has maintained the closest surveillance of the soviet military buildup within the past week, unmistakable evidence has
established the fact that a series of offensive missile sites is now in preparation on that imprisoned island. the purpose of these bases can be none other than to provide nuclear strike capabilities against the western hemisphere. to halt this offensive build up, a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to cuba is being initiated. lee harvey oswald: a quarantine? th-that's illegal. george de mohrenschildt: shh! john f kennedy: all ships of any kind bound for cuba, from whatever nation or port will be found to contain cargoes of offensive weapons, be turned back. lee harvey oswald: the soviets have every right to be there and cuba has every right to defend itself against the united states. george de mohrenschildt: but why would russia be so foolish as to provoke? lee harvey oswald: no, no, kennedy is the one who's provoking this. george de mohrenschildt: i think kennedy is doing a good job. lee harvey oswald: on civil rights, yes.
but he's wrong on cuba. george de mohrenschildt: your cubans are just as greedy and hypocritical as your russians. you fled one failed cause for another. lee harvey oswald: cuba is the last great hope for marxism, unless kennedy destroys it. george de mohrenschildt: yeah, i grant you this much, your hero fidel is the underdog and i like underdogs. this is why i like you, lee. lee harvey oswald: kennedy needs to keep out of cuba. george de mohrenschildt: or what? what will you and your underdogs do to him? lee! i'm playing with you, ah? such a serious young man. [laughter]. lee harvey oswald: i am serious! something has to be done to protect cuba. walter cronkite: cuba has to be the point of the crisis. there might be shooting uh, among the ships at sea. uh, if invasion is undertaken uh, the russians have said that they would retaliate. we have said if there's rocket fire from cuba, we will retaliate. then the shooting war could start tomorrow over cuba. john f kennedy: how could khrushchev do that?
robert kennedy: last night he sent you a cable saying he'd pull those missiles out. john f kennedy: and now this public announcement demanding we pull our missiles out of turkey. robert kennedy: he's already given in. now he wants to make deals? what if you just ignore this? john f kennedy: he's under pressure. kremlin won't let him back down. and i'll be god damned if i'm gonna engage in a quid pro quo. you, just you, you go to the soviet ambassador and you tell him that i have accepted khrushchev's original offer. robert kennedy: it just might work, jack. john f kennedy: i hope to god it does. if you have high blood pressure many cold medicines may raise your blood pressure.
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news reporter: just yesterday we were on the brink of nuclear war with the soviet union, today we can all breath easier. news reporter 2: nikita khrushchev today did precisely what president kennedy has been asking him to do ever since this crisis began, he ordered the dismantling of soviet missile bases in cuba and the return of the rockets to the soviet union. john f kennedy: maybe tonight's the night i should go to the theater. [laughter]. ♪
♪ ♪ lee harvey oswald: marina! marina! take; want you to take my picture. marina: where do you find pistolier? lee harvey oswald: i got it in the mail. here. come here, come here. take it. come, come, come. take my picture. i want you to take this, for junie to remember papa by sometime. marina: for junka? with guns? nyet, alik. lee harvey oswald: oh i; well it's to send to the papers, to show 'em i'm ready for anything, take it. marina: i don't know how to use this thing. lee harvey oswald: wind that little thing and you're gonna push that little lever down, ok? marina: this? lee harvey oswald: hold on.
george, you've heard of this general edwin walker? george de mohrenschildt: of course. he's the crazy racist john bircher who caused all that trouble at old miss. lee harvey oswald: and now he wants the united states to invade cuba. and he's going all over the country attacking communism. george de mohrenschildt: and castro. you know, walker lives right here in dallas. lee harvey oswald: no he doesn't. george de mohrenschildt: yes, he does. lee harvey oswald: really? what if someone had killed hitler before he came to power? i ask you, how many lives could have been saved? george de mohrenschildt: anybody who bumps that bastard off will be doing the world a favor. who's hungry? general walker: i would betray the confidence reposed in me by the american people if i had not warned you of the menace of communism and the peril
facing this nation today. lee harvey oswald: mr. oswald, why did you shoot general walker? general walker wanted to invade cuba and overthrow castro. he was a racist who was a threat to civil rights. mr. oswald, what do you say to those who will call you a murderer? in time, they will see that i've stopped a dangerous man on his rise to power. they will see me as a hero. as a hunter of fascists and long after i'm gone, they will remember this day as a day they changed the world forever. thank you mr. oswald, you are a true. marina: alik? lee harvey oswald: this is my office. marina: it's late. lee harvey oswald: i know it's late. you can't come in here. leave me alone. got you june bug. june bug, cutie, cutie!
cutie, cutie! who's got you? come here, papa's got you. papa's gonna be president someday. marina: president? [laughs]. you're telling junka that you'll be president? lee harvey oswald: well i could be. 20 years or so. marina: how you be famous, huh? how you be president if you don't do anything? lee harvey oswald: how do you think kennedy became president? his daddy bought it for him. marina: hm. lee harvey oswald: 'cause money buys everything here, you know that. marina: [speaks in russian]. very handsome. lee harvey oswald: hey, you know you're not supposed to say that about other men. marina: nah, [speaking in russian]. lee harvey oswald: if not me, then you're brother will be president, huh? i left you as much money as i could. $60 on the second of the month.
you and the baby can live for another two months using $10 a week. if i'm alive and taken prisoner, the city jail is located at the end of the bridge, through which we always pass when going into the city. this is the key to the mailbox which is located in the main post office in the city on ervay street. you will find the mailbox in the post office which located four blocks from the drugstore on that street. i paid for the box last month, so don't worry about it. send the information as to what is happened to me to the embassy and include newspaper clippings, should there be anything about me in the newspapers. i believe that the embassy will come quickly to your assistance on learning everything. i paid the house rent on the two deeds so don't worry about it. recently i also paid the water and gas. the money from work will possibly be coming. certain of my documents are on the small blue valise. the address book can be found on the table in the study should you need the same. the red cross will also help you. red cross in english. you can either throw out or give my
clothing etcetera, away. however, i prefer that you hold on to my personal papers. [gunshot]. [dog barks]. lee harvey oswald: i did it. i shot general edwin walker. i just killed a very dangerous man. marina: ah nyet, alik. what did you do? [sirens]. police here? why? why you shoot a man? lee harvey oswald: to show that i'm ready.
to show everyone. and now, people will think i'm a hero. radio announcer: and now we bring you a special report. we have just learned there has been an assassination attempt on the life of general edwin a. walker of dallas. walker was sitting at the desk of his home when a bullet came through his window, the bullet narrowly missed walker. according to federal authorities, a neighbor witnessed two men in an alley behind walker's house get into their cars and drive away. lee harvey oswald: you're kidding me! you're kidding me! two men? two men! the fbi's stupid! damn it! marina: alik? lee harvey oswald: i had him. he must have moved his head at the last minute.
my aim is perfect. i know it, i know it. damn it! damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it, damn it. john f kennedy: i was ah, happy to see that in the end it worked out for you down there. what happened? gov connally: well, party's been going to hell the last six years, ah, i don't mean to throw any stones at the man, but daniels, bryce daniels ah, well, we have no leadership. but we've made inroads with that since the election. lyndon johnson: no, you've done all right. except that they've got a lot of ah, organization on that side of the party, which is. gov connally: this is true. john f kennedy: well and uh, the way i see it, it looks like ah, it could very well come down to texas again and we'll need the money and the votes and we do something for it. what is the plan?
lyndon johnson: well, i defer to the governor. gov connally: uh, maybe uh, yeah, maybe i can host a dinner in austin. john f kennedy: the three of us on a tour; we do austin, san antonio and dallas. gov connally: no, not dallas, you, you lost the hell out of dallas by 60,000 votes, i lost by 20,000. they just murdered all of us. john f kennedy: that's why we're gonna change that. well it looks good, kenny. lyndon johnson: dallas isn't safe. housewives came out of their houses to spit on me during the '60 campaign. kenneth o'donnell: november. say ah, a week before thanksgiving. john f kennedy: all right, let's book it. lee harvey oswald: marina, marina, god damn it, where are my guns? marina: where are you going? lee harvey oswald: nixon's in town. i want to have a look. marina: why need the gun for a look? lee harvey oswald: give me my guns.
marina: what for? huh? you promised. promise me you'll never shoot no more people. lee harvey oswald: ok, i promise. marina: promise me you get job. lee harvey oswald: every time i get a job, the damn fbi tells 'em i'm a communist. marina: no, it's not good here. it, why, why you bring us here? dallas, no good. lee harvey oswald: well maybe i, i'll go to new orleans. maybe they won't follow me there, i'll, i'll get a job down there. marina: da, ok, is better. alik, you've got to promise. lee harvey oswald: i promise, i promise, mama. marina: [inaudible]. lee harvey oswald: thank you.
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♪ lee harvey oswald: fair play for cuba? tell the president to keep his hands off cuba. fair play for cuba. fair play for cuba? carlos: oy, i ask you! what do you know about cuba? lee harvey oswald: i'm recruiting for the fair play for cuba committee. fair play for cuba. carlos: i'm from cuba. lee harvey oswald: fair play for cuba.
carlos: i know cuba. our homeland was taken from us by a communist dictator. lee harvey oswald: the cuban people want castro as their leader. carlos: no, he's a killer. he's send our children to execution. man, gimme those! this man is a communist! lee harvey oswald: i have rights. carlos: he's an agent of castro. lee harvey oswald: you fbi? i asked specifically to speak to an fbi agent. john quigley: yes, i'm agent john quigley. lee harvey oswald: this is supposed to be a free country. i was arrested for exercising my right to free speech and i've been here all night long. john quigley: i understand that you and the other three men were charged with disturbing the peace. lee harvey oswald: i did not disturb the peace. i was attacked for my beliefs. john quigley: you're pro-cuba? pro-castro? lee harvey oswald: i belong to fair play for cuba, yes. john quigley: and who is aj hidell? lee harvey oswald: hidell, he issued that membership card to me. mr. hidell is the president of the committee. marina: hidell is name you make up. you tell fbi hidell rhyme with fidel?
tell fbi you want name our baby fidel? all you do. all day, pass out cuba paper. ha! still no job. only cuba, cuba, cuba, you know? cuba not care about you. lee harvey oswald: marina! marina: what kind of man are you? look at you. great man, genius and no one knows it. how am i supposed to live like this? lee harvey oswald: you're going back to texas. you call that friend of yours, the one you gave russian lessons to. tell her to come get you and junie. marina: ruth? you no like ruth. lee harvey oswald: she'll take care of you till the baby comes. [baby crying]. marina: get going. lee harvey oswald: marina, as soon as you get back to
dallas, i'll get back to da. i need to go to cuba immediately. i have to. eusebio azcue: i'm sorry, but as i explained, you will need a soviet visa. lee harvey oswald: you, you're not listening to me. i need you to make an exception. i, i've proven my support of president castro. eusebio azcue: mr. oswald, i am telling you, it will take four months. lee harvey oswald: no, i, i, i don't have enough money to stay in mexico for four months. eusebio azcue: then go back to the united states and you wait. lee harvey oswald: i'm being harassed in the united states. eusebio azcue: i am sorry, mr. oswald. lee harvey oswald: i'm being persecuted and, and, and followed by the fbi because of my support of president castro, your leader who they have sought to overthrow.
don't you care about your own country? eusebio azcue: go home, mr. oswald. [speaking in spanish]. lee harvey oswald: i don't have a home. that's not my home. news reporter: the dramatic miracle of birth and a fight for life takes place at the otis air force base hospital on cape cod, as mrs. jacqueline kennedy bears a premature son. the baby, the first to be born to a white house family in 68 years, was the object of worldwide attention during his dramatic fight for life. marina: [singing quietly].
john f kennedy: it's not your fault. god called him back, our baby patrick. we had him for two days. he was a beautiful baby. and he fought so hard. jackie kennedy: like a kennedy. john f kennedy: well, you'll go away for two weeks, get out on the water, enjoy the greek islands, i want you to rest. and uh, look at me, i want you to be very careful
around that onassis character. and then i want you to come back to me. jackie kennedy: of course i will. the one thing i could never bear, would be to lose you. earlene roberts: you say you just found a job here in dallas? lee harvey oswald: yes ma'am, that's right. earlene roberts: are you married? lee harvey oswald: no, i mean ah, yes i was, ma'am. earlene roberts: well, this would be your room, mr., mr. lee you said? lee harvey oswald: that's right, lee, o.h. lee. earlene roberts: well, make yourself comfortable. voice on phone: i contacted the cia, said he visited the cuban embassy and maybe the soviet embassy as well. agent hosty: what is he, some kind of spy? voice on phone: they don't know what he is. they think he may have gone back to dallas. they're not sure. agent hosty: all right, well,
i'll try to find this oswald fellow. [doorbell rings]. agent hosty: ruth paine? ruth paine: yes, can i help you? agent hosty: hi, i'm special agent james hosty, federal bureau of investigation. i'm looking for lee oswald. do you mind if i come in? ruth paine: yes, please come in. agent hosty: thank you. ruth paine: their friend george introduced us and marina and i became friends, so when she and lee had their problems, i went down to new orleans and brought her back here to have her baby. agent hosty: and mr. oswald, he's still in new orleans? ruth paine: no, he lost his job there, so he came back. agent hosty: he's living here? ruth paine: oh no, i won't allow that. and marina won't either. he keeps some of his things out in my garage and he comes weekends to see his girls but marina
doesn't want him here. agent hosty: do you know where he is? ruth paine: i should think he's at work. agent hosty: where does he work? ruth paine: at the texas school book depository. marina, this is fbi agent hoy. marina: fbi? to take us away? ruth paine: no, he, he's not here to harm you. agent hosty: no, no, our job is to protect people. [baby crying]. marina: shh, shh. agent: you find oswald? agent hosty: sort of. i know where he's working, but i don't know where he's living. he'll show up sooner or later. [music playing]
john f kennedy: i missed you, kid. jackie kennedy: i missed you too. john f kennedy: maybe ah, maybe you'll come on the road with me? come to texas, help me with the campaign? jackie kennedy: of course i will, jack. i'll campaign with you anywhere you want. john f kennedy: good, we'll back on the 25th, in time for john jr.'s birthday. [gunshots]. man: excuse me, mister.
is that a, is that a 6.5 italian carbie? lee harvey oswald: yup. man: and is that a four-power stoke? lee harvey oswald: yes it is. man 2: alright, you'll get that good, just a little bit of practice is all. alright now what'd i tell you about the chamber? you've always got to empty it when you lay the gun down. marina: alik? lee harvey oswald: what? marina: junka wants to know why her papa hasn't played with her today. lee harvey oswald: all right, all right, ok, i'll be there in just a minute. you know, we wouldn't have this problem if ruth would let me live here. marina: what are you doing? lee harvey oswald: just mind your business, marina. go.
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officer harry: what do you say, jack? jack ruby: hey harry, how are you? mike. officer harry: i volunteered to work the parade so i can get a good look at president kennedy. officer mike: who wants to see that traitor? he should be shot. jack ruby: hey, i like kennedy. how can you say something like that? i mean, in my own place, about our beloved president! and the both of them, the president and mrs. kennedy. i love 'em, i love 'em both! hey, hey tony! what the hell's wrong with you, huh? can't you see my friends need some drinks here? huh, what are you, blind? tony: i'm sorry, mr. ruby. jack ruby: don't apologize; just take care of my pals here, ok? come on, let's go, chop chop. winston lawson: air force one arrives at love field at 11:40 am. the president and first lady will be met by johnson and lady bird, governor connally and his wife. we allow a few minutes for the receiving line. forrest sorrels: so around noon the motorcade leaves the airport.
winston lawson: we stay about 30 miles an hour out by the airport. forrest sorrels: puts us downtown around 20 minutes later. now the parade will travel down main street here. winston lawson: we slow to fifteen miles an hour so the crowds can get a good look at lancer. forrest sorrels: these tall buildings on either side, this is like a canyon. winston lawson: there's more than 20,000 windows along this parade route. forrest sorrels: yeah, we'll be sitting ducks. winston lawson: we have to assume the president's car will be open, unless it's raining. here at dealey plaza we make a right on houston. forrest sorrels: can't we avoid this? there's a 120-degree turn onto elm is gonna slow the motorcade down to a crawl. winston lawson: no look, the only way under the stemmons freeway is from elm. forrest sorrels: [sighs]. this town makes me nervous. you know dallas is the murder capital of the country. winston lawson: did a thorough check of active threats to the president, there are none in texas. we checked with the fbi, nothing came up. forrest sorrels: yeah, let's pray for rain. radio announcer: the city of dallas is busy preparing for the president and first lady's visit. now we don't have all the details yet buwe do ow that the president and the first lady will drive throug downtown on the way to the dallas trade mart,
it's thursday. lee harvey oswald: i just gotta pick up some curtain rods. hi. marina: alik, what are you doing here? lee harvey oswald: i'm lonesome for my girls. marina: you only come weekends, not now. ruth won't approve. go. lee harvey oswald: no, momma, please don't be that way. please momma, i miss you, i miss our girls. i'm lonely. marina: you're always lonely alik. lee harvey oswald: we, we can start over, you know? we can i, i promise you, i'll be so different this time. marina: you're never different. lee harvey oswald: please i can be, for, for you i can be. i'll buy you that washing machine that you always wanted. marina: a washing machine? you buy one? nyet. lee harvey oswald: mama, i'm, i'm begging you. if you say no to me again, i'm,
ah, my favorite. jackie kennedy: i know. john f kennedy: those rich texas society women, they're gonna eat you up. jackie kennedy: if it's so important i look good, why do i have to be blowing around in a motorcade with you and governor connally first? john f kennedy: i am so glad that you are here. it's so much better when you're here. it's the one thing i couldn't bear would be to lose you. buell frazier: morning lee, what's in the package? lee harvey oswald: curtain rods.
buell frazier: i wish it would just rain or quit all together. kenneth o'donnell: it's raining in dallas. we want a bubble top on the limo. agent: they say it's going to clear up. kenneth o'donnell: okay, if it does, no bubble. john f kennedy: we'll be sure to get that in. good morning lyndon. man: mr. president. radio announcer: the presidential party will leave ft. worth on a quick flight to dallas where the motorcade will travel through downtown on their way to the trade mart. lee harvey oswald: morning! news reporter: the crowds have started gathering out here quite early this morning to insure a good vantage point. air force number one ladies and gentlemen, carrying the president of the united states. worker: you going to watch the parade? charles givens: oh yeah, i want to see the president. news reporter: there's mrs. kennedy and the crowd
yells and the president of the united states. marina: jackie is so pretty. news reporter: the president now partially obscured behind his wife and a big bouquet of flowers. ruth paine: yes she is, she's beautiful. news reporter: mrs. kennedy coming along behind him, grinning all the while. [elevator noise] charles givens: boy, ain't you coming downstairs? it's lunchtime. lee harvey oswald: no sir. news reporter: the president uh now in with the first lady and uh, the motorcade begins to move out.
buell frazier: it cleared up. roy truly: should be here pretty soon now. [crowd cheering]. news reporter: here comes the first car with police chief jess curry and uh, sheriff bill decker. and here is the president of the united states and what a crowd and what a tremendous welcome. buell frazier: here they come! [crowd cheering]. news reporter: and there's jackie, she's getting just as big a welcome and the crowd is absolutely going wild. this is a friendly crowd in downtown dallas as the president and the first lady pass by. there are people absolutely uh; looking from every window here in downtown dallas and it was a wonderful welcome as the president and jacqueline kennedy are. again for the 15th year in a us in customrow.atisfaction but we have a plan. (exec 2) when our customers are on hold,
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officer: hold it, hold it right there! you know this man? roy truly: yeah he works here. [sirens]. howard brennan: i saw him right up there. one window from the top. he had a rifle in the window. officer: slow down, can you describe him? howard brennan: white, 5'10 i guess, 160, 170 pounds. officer: how old? howard brennan: 30, i'd say. jay watson: good afternoon ladies and gentleman, you'll excuse the fact that i'm out of breath but about 10 or 15 minutes ago, a tragic thing, from all indications at this point has happened in the city of dallas. clint hill: mrs. kennedy. mrs. kennedy, please let us help the president. jackie kennedy: you know he's dead, leave me alone.
clint hill: mrs. kennedy, here. man: i heard three loud shots seemingly from right over my head. reporter: reports are in, we now have heard from two witnesses who saw a man in the window of the building above the roof, holding a gun. [phone rings]. robert kennedy: yeah this is bobby. j. edgar hoover: bobby, this is director hoover, the president has been shot.
seriously wounded by this shooting. repeating, president kennedy has been shot by a would-be assassin in dallas, texas. kenneth o'donnell: governor connally has been taken upstairs for surgery. lyndon johnson: well how's the president? kenneth o'donnell: it looks bad. he's still uh, somehow he; he's still breathing. the doctors are with him. lyndon johnson: i'm in your hands kenny, what should i do? kenneth o'donnell: i uh, i'll let you know as soon as i hear about the president. lee harvey oswald: taxi! [sirens]. lee harvey oswald: 500 north beckley. [sirens].
william whaley: what the hell? i wonder what all the uproar is. [sirens]. jackie kennedy: i want to be with my husband. doris nelson: i'm sorry mrs. kennedy. jackie kennedy: i want to be with my husband. doris nelson: you can't, the doctors are doing everything they can. jackie kennedy: i'm going to get into that room. police radio: the suspect in the shooting at elm and houston is reported to be an unknown white male, approximately 30, slender build, height 5'10", weight 165 pounds. reporter: the first lady is in the emergency room with the president. the crowd outside is quiet and waiting for some word
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kenneth o'donnell: they want to perform an autopsy. jackie kennedy: i'm not leaving without him, kenny. we have to take him home. kenneth o'donnell: i know. jackie kennedy: they can't have him. i'm taking my husband home with me. kenneth o'donnell: okay, we'll call a mortuary. we'll get a casket. we can get someone to bring you a change of clothes from the plane. jackie kennedy: no, no i want them to see what they've done to jack. kenneth o'donnell: he's gone. lady bird johnson: dear god. kenneth o'donnell: we need to get you out of here. lyndon johnson: what about mrs. kennedy? kenneth o'donnell: she won't leave the president. lyndon johnson: i won't leave without mrs. kennedy. i'll take her back with me on the plane.
agent: mr. president, can we release the news to the press? lyndon johnson: no, i'd better get back to the plane before you announce it. walter cronkite: from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official, president kennedy died at 1 pm, central standard time, some 38 minutes ago. vi psident lyndon johnson has left the hospital and presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and become the 36th president of the united states.
police radio: the suspect in the shooting at elm and houston is reported to be an unknown white male, approximately 30, 165 pounds. officer tippit: excuse me; come up to the car please. lee harvey oswald: i'm sorry? officer tippit: step over to the car please sir. lee harvey oswald: i'm just walking. officer tippit: sir right now, i need you to step to the car.
thank you sir. where you headed? lee harvey oswald: i'm just walking through the neighborhood that's all. officer tippit: what's your name? lee harvey oswald: alik hidell. officer tippit: may i see your hands please? alright sir, i'm gonna need you to step to the front of the car, right here, sir; i need to see your hands. i need to see your hands sir right now. sir i need. [gunshots]. domingo benavides: hello police operator? police operator: who is this? domingo benavides: there's been a shooting, there's been a shooting, an officer's been shot. police operator: what's your location? where's the officer? domingo benavides: 10th street between marsellis and beckley.
it's a police officer. somebody shot him. ticket clerk: excuse me sir? sir. agent hosty: hosty. man: jim, we think the shooter's lee oswald. did you hear that? agent hosty: hey, hey, quiet down will you! no i didn't hear that, what's the name? man: lee oswald. lee harvey oswald: this is it, it's all over now. [gun clicks]. [screams]. lee harvey oswald: i'm not resisting,
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lee harvey oswald: and this, this is what your police force did to me. officer: sir? capt fritz: this is special agent james hosty of the fbi. lee harvey oswald: i know who you are. you're the man who's been accosting my wife. you leave her alone you son of a. capt fritz: hey, hey hold on. agent hosty: i asked her some questions is all. lee harvey oswald: you have any questions; you can ask me, understand? leave her alone. ask me. agent hosty: matter of fact i have a lot of questions for you. let's begin with mexico city. lee harvey oswald: i don't know what you're talking about and i'm done talking to him. fbi's the reason i've lost every job i've ever had. god damn fbi was following me. capt fritz: hey, that's enough boy. your boss says you left the building without permission. lee harvey oswald: there was just so much excitement that
i didn't think there was gonna be any more work today, so i left. i went to the movies. [doorbell rings]. deputy: miss paine we're with the dallas county sheriff's department. mind if we have a look around? last time you saw your husband was yesterday? marina: da. deputy: what time was that? ruth paine: he came in the evening and he stayed last night. can, can he not touch that, the kids are sleeping in there. deputy: did you see him this morning? marina: nyet. deputy: does she speak english? does your husband own a rifle? ruth paine: no he doesn't. excuse me, that is personal property. okay? can you please put the. marina: dah, yes. [speaking in russian]. ruth paine: in the garage? deputy: the garage! here?
officer harry: hey jack, i was just headed over to the carousel. jack ruby: closed, closed for the whole weekend in honor. [sighs]. i keep thinking about mrs. kennedy, the poor woman's going to have to come back here for a trial, she's gonna have to go through all. officer harry: you okay jack? jack ruby: yeah, not, yeah, yeah, got a look at that creep yet? officer harry: no but i think they're bringing him out for the press pretty soon. jack ruby: thanks harry. lee harvey oswald: i'd like some legal representation. these police officers have not allowed me to, to have any, i uh, i don't know what this is all about. reporter: did you kill the president? lee harvey oswald: no sir and people keep asking me that. reporter: did you shoot the president? lee harvey oswald: i work in that building. reporter: were you in the building at that time? lee harvey oswald: naturally, if i work in the building, yes sir. reporter: did you shoot the president? lee harvey oswald: no they're taking me in because of the fact i lived in the soviet union.
i'm just a patsy. marina: are they beating you? lee harvey oswald: no, no they, they treat me fine. marina: alik, what did you do? why did you do it? why, why would you do this? lee harvey oswald: this is a mistake, this is all a mistake. i'll have a trial. i'm a show 'em all. you musn't worry about me mama. officer: come on, get up. lee harvey oswald: i'm gonna be fine. you kiss junie and rachel for me huh?
[flashbulbs pop] [inaudible group chatter] [gunshot]. reporter: the man who shot lee oswald has been identified as jack ruby, r-u-b-y. he runs a place in dallas called the carousel club, which is a kind of a strip joint and night club. reporter: here comes oswald. he's, he's ashen and unconscious, at this time now being moved in, he's not moving.
walter cronkite: the accused assassin of the president and slayer of officer tippit, 24-year old lee harvey oswald, also went to his grave today in a secret, almost unattended funeral at ft. worth. reporter: the shooting which forever sealed his lips and may have prevented police from ever getting the full story of what was behind the assassination of the president of the united states. agent o'reilly: we don't have any pallbearers. come on boys.
jackie kennedy: so now he is a legend, when he would've preferred to be a man. jack used to love to listen to the album from the broadway musical "camelot." king arthur and lady guinevere. he'd listen to it at night before falling asleep. he loved the final line, "don't let it be forgot that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment,
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