TV Movie | TV-PG | | Documentary, Thriller
A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: THE SUSPENSEFUL WORLD OF THRILLERS will look at thrillers from all sides, including different types of thrillers and the stylistic tools filmmakers use to give their ... See full summary »
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Hawk Koch mentions that Frank Sinatra wondered till the day he died if The Manchurian Candidate (1962) had inspired John F. Kennedy's assassination. This is the common misconception that has long been thought of Sinatra's movie Suddenly (1954), in which Sinatra plays a man paid to shoot the president.
When Scott Frank talks about The Parallax View (1974), he says that Warren Beatty's girlfriend contacts him 10 years after the assassination. However in "The Parallax View" the correct amount of time that passes is only three years.
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