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Starring John F. Kennedy as himself

In 'Vintage JFK,' home movies offer perspective on the president

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / February 21, 2005

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Movies were very much a part of John F. Kennedy's life. His father, Joseph P. Kennedy, helped create a major Hollywood studio, RKO. One of his brothers-in-law, Peter Lawford, was a film star. There were his trysts, real or supposed, with such actresses as Gene Tierney and Marilyn Monroe. And, of course, he's been played on-screen by such actors as ... (Full article: 615 words)

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