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Parkland (1-Sep-2013)

Director: Peter Landesman

Writer: Peter Landesman

Keywords: Drama, Assassination

Historical drama recounts the chaos and hysteria surrounding John F. Kennedy's assassination.

ABSTRACT
Released to coincide with the event's fiftieth anniversary, Parkland dramatizes the panic that ensued in the immediate aftermath of John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, following individuals from various walks of life ranging from Secret Service officials to nurses and the man responsible for the Zapruder film as their storylines intersect at Dallas's Parkland Hospital.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matt Barr
Actor
14-Feb-1984   Dan Patch on Hellcats
Gil Bellows
Actor
28-Jun-1967   Billy Thomas on Ally McBeal
Rory Cochrane
Actor
28-Feb-1972   Tim Speedle on CSI: Miami
Mark Duplass
Actor
7-Dec-1976   Pete on The League
Zac Efron
Actor
18-Oct-1987   High School Musical
Paul Giamatti
Actor
6-Jun-1967   John Adams
Jackie Earle Haley
Actor
14-Jul-1961   Breaking Away
Colin Hanks
Actor
24-Nov-1977   Son of Tom Hanks
Marcia Gay Harden
Actor
14-Aug-1959   Verna in Miller's Crossing
Ron Livingston
Actor
5-Jun-1967   Peter in Office Space
Glenn Morshower
Actor
24-Apr-1959   Aaron Pierce on 24
Austin Nichols
Actor
24-Apr-1980   John from Cincinnati
Billy Bob Thornton
Actor
4-Aug-1955   Sling Blade
Jacki Weaver
Actor
25-May-1947   Silver Linings Playbook
Tom Welling
Actor
26-Apr-1977   Superboy on Smallville

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