Like or it not, director Oliver Stone's "JFK" has John F. Kennedy's assassination on the tip of everyone's tongue. And the top of their thoughts, too.
But if you think a conspiracy-fueled hysteria caused Stone to slap the Warren Commission in the face, you should see some of the so-called documentaries on JFK's death.
As always happens when some person or event is thrown into the public spotlight, any video on the subject is in high demand. A slew of them exist on every angle of Kennedy as a man, as a president and as the victim of sundry assassination plots.
Of the many tapes, the most aptly titled is "Who Didn't Kill . . . JFK?"
Those who have seen "JFK" will find this 50-minute video of interest as Kennedy assassination-expert Jack White goes into great detail about the alleged photo forgeries of Lee Harvey Oswald.
Like "JFK" the movie, "Who Didn't Kill . . . JFK" (Unrated, 1990. 3-G Home Video, $14.95) raises many questions and answers none, but it's still chewy food for thought.
Listed below are just a few of the videos dealing with Kennedy's life and death:
"Four Days in November," Unrated. MGM, $29.95.
"JFK: The Day the Nation Cried," Unrated, 1989. View Video, $19.95.
"John F. Kennedy -- The Commemorative Album," Unrated, 1988.
"The Killing of President Kennedy: New Revelations 20 Years Later," Unrated, 1983. Vid America, $29.95.
"The Plot to Kill JFK: The Rush to Judgment," Unrated. Vid America, $14.98.
"The Secret Files of J. Edgar Hoover," Unrated, 1989. 3-G Video, $9.95.
"The Two Kennedys," Unrated. MPI, $59.95.