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Jim Garrison recruits 007 in solving the crime of the century
#1
New to me - this look back at Roger Moore's book on the making of LIVE AND LET DIE features a fun cameo by Jim Garrison, who screened footage for Moore a couple of years before the Zapruder film was played on the Rivera show.

ROGER MOORE'S BOOK ABOUT THE MAKING OF LIVE AND LET DIE IS BONKERS
http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/04/21/r...is-bonkers
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#2
I never saw that anywhere.

When was that book originally published?
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#3
Jim DiEugenio Wrote:I never saw that anywhere.

When was that book originally published?

It was published by Fawcett in 1973. And I'm sure this is Phil Nobile's son. His pappy co-authored the New Times article (1976) about Mary Pinchot with Ron Rosenbaum.

I remember Roger Moore on the Tonight Show many years ago, telling Johnny of his first meeting the great Noel Coward. He said he went up to him at a party and introduced himself, saying, "Hello, I'm Roger Moore". To which Coward responded, "Of course you are, my dear boy !!!"

So Big Jim showed Bond the Z-film. Wow.
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#4
Don't know why he says he can't say what he saw.....unless Ol' Jim had the 'other film' of the assassination that a handful have seen outside of spookville.

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#5
Because back then , Time-Life still owned all rights.

Garrison was showing him a pirated copy which he was not supposed to have. Time-Life only gave him a copy for courtroom purposes.

The public never saw the film until 1975 through Geraldo Rivera.
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Jim DiEugenio Wrote:Because back then , Time-Life still owned all rights.

Garrison was showing him a pirated copy which he was not supposed to have. Time-Life only gave him a copy for courtroom purposes.

The public never saw the film until 1975 through Geraldo Rivera.

Do you know how he got the pirated copy?
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Jim DiEugenio Wrote:Because back then , Time-Life still owned all rights.

Garrison was showing him a pirated copy which he was not supposed to have. Time-Life only gave him a copy for courtroom purposes.

The public never saw the film until 1975 through Geraldo Rivera.

For the record, the second version of the Z fake was first shown by an American broadcaster - Los Angeles station KTLA-TV, introduced by anchorman Hal Fishman - during the Clay Shaw trial, at 5 p.m on 14 February 1969.

Pat Valentino had a very interesting interview with Len Osanic on the subject in Black Op Radio programme #368, broadcast 3 April 2008: http://www.blackopradio.com/archives2008.html

Quote:Show #368
Original airdate: April 3 2008,
Guest: Pat Valentino, Jim Fetzer
Topics: JFK/RFK Research

Interview Audio - Part One - Pat Valentino
Audio of news coverage showing Sirhan did not shoot RFK
This evidence was discovered by Phil Van Praag and Robert Joling
They came up with their results independantly and only recently met and compared notes
Phil Van Praag was interviewed in Black Op Show #334 - Aug 9, 2007
Pat gives kudos to Lynn Mangan for her encyclopaedic RFK research
Len interviewed her late 2006 Black Op Show #298
Robert Blair Kaiser's book RFK Must Die is another great RFK resource
Kaiser was interviewed on Feb 1, 2007 Black Op show #307
Most evidence has been available for many years and it is only now making the news
About Coroner, Thomas Naguchi
Audio of the first reporter (Hal Fishman) to show The Zapruder Film in 1969
A refreshing report untainted by today's 'opinion network' reporting
3 segments are featured
1, A detailed explanation of the Zapruder Film as it's shown on network TV
2, A report on Jim Garrison's evidence requests
3, An early expert opinion on the Zapruder Film by a few criminology professors
The interviewer asks the Professors' opinions of where the shots came from
There is a mixed reaction leaning toward rear shots but not ruling out frontal shots
Of course most of us have seen the film and we must each come up with our own conclusions

A contemporaneous letter in the Weisberg collection contains the transcript of Fishman's segment on the film:

http://jfk.hood.edu/Collection/Weisberg%...m%2004.pdf

The penultimate paragraph of this letter is as follows:

Quote:This was a copy of the same film Jaffe left with me, as I could recognize imperfections in various frames. I assume that either Rose, Burton or Jaffe got this for KTLA.

That's the same Steve Jaffe who strove so mightily to persuade us that Farewell America was a Gaullist revelation - and not the CIA disinformation exercise it so plainly was.
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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The copy he got Lauren was not pirated. That was gained under subpoena for Time-Life which owned the film.

But Garrison either ran off copies, or permitted others to do so.

That letter Rigby posted appears to be from Fred Newcomb, the future author of Murder from Within. Thanks, as I was not aware of that. It must have been Steve Jaffe who got the station that copy. Interesting colloquy after.
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