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Rowlands and his wife are the couple seen in Nix / Muchmore, she is the woman wearing the yellow dress.

In the courtroom scene in JFK the movie, kevin Costner names the rowlands and shows two people dressed the same as the Nix couple.

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Jack

Rowlands and his wife are the couple seen in Nix / Muchmore, she is the woman wearing the yellow dress.

In the courtroom scene in JFK the movie, kevin Costner names the rowlands and shows two people dressed the same as the Nix couple.

Thanks, Robin! What ages were the Rowlands in 1963? In the photos they look like an older couple, yet the

man in your photo is young. Is that from JFK movie?

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Jack

Rowlands and his wife are the couple seen in Nix / Muchmore, she is the woman wearing the yellow dress.

In the courtroom scene in JFK the movie, kevin Costner names the rowlands and shows two people dressed the same as the Nix couple.

Thanks, Robin! What ages were the Rowlands in 1963? In the photos they look like an older couple, yet the

man in your photo is young. Is that from JFK movie?

Good grief Jack, you are seemingly so easily confused/fooled by Stone’s reconstructed JFK scenes.

It was shot by CBS for their 1967 special, possibly reused in the CBS 1975 special as well.

Arnold Rowlands was 18 and Barbara Rowland was 17 at the time of the assassination. In what "photos" do they look any older, and why?

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Jack

Rowlands and his wife are the couple seen in Nix / Muchmore, she is the woman wearing the yellow dress.

In the courtroom scene in JFK the movie, kevin Costner names the rowlands and shows two people dressed the same as the Nix couple.

Thanks, Robin! What ages were the Rowlands in 1963? In the photos they look like an older couple, yet the

man in your photo is young. Is that from JFK movie?

Good grief Jack, you are seemingly so easily confused/fooled by Stone’s reconstructed JFK scenes.

It was shot by CBS for their 1967 special, possibly reused in the CBS 1975 special as well.

Arnold Rowlands was 18 and Barbara Rowland was 17 at the time of the assassination. In what "photos" do they look any older, and why?

Thank you Todd. I have not looked at JFK in nearly 20 years. I do not recall single scenes. I thought they were very young

but the photos of them look older. For a 17 year old, she was dressed very sophisticated, as was he. I do not remember them in JFK.

I will do some closeups to show you what I mean.

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The teenage Rowlands. (That is not the bottom of his topcoat at bottom; it is the window. But since

his shirt cannot be seen, he must have it covered up.)

Jack,

Big fur collar? Designer handbag? Prematurely bald?

This is utterly absurd.

Todd

Your comment is absurd. Look at the Nix image. Describe it.

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The teenage Rowlands. (That is not the bottom of his topcoat at bottom; it is the window. But since

his shirt cannot be seen, he must have it covered up.)

Jack,

Big fur collar? Designer handbag? Prematurely bald?

This is utterly absurd.

Todd

Your comment is absurd. Look at the Nix image. Describe it.

Gladly.

I describe it as a poor quality and significantly blurred image. I don't see a fur collar (and what does that matter anyway?), I don't see how in the world you can claim that is a "designer" handbag (an absurd claim on your part, Jack), and the resolution of the image is no where near where it needs to be to tell if the man is bald or not.

Todd

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