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In the frame below there are two women standing to the left of Toni Foster.

I beleive these may be the same women seen in the Bronson frame above.

one in a PINK dress and one in a BROWN dress.

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Image below 4:3 Ratio.

Edited by Robin Unger
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In the frame below there are two women standing to the left of Toni Foster.

I beleive these may be the same women seen in the Bronson frame above.

one in a PINK dress and one in a BROWN dress.

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I believe you are 100% correct about the women, Robin. The timing of the frame you posted certainly is very close to the head shot, but without seeing it in motion - its hard for me to say. The Nix film showed Toni Foster making that abrupt direction change when the President's head exploded. Toni's direction change has not taken place in the frame you posted.

Bill

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Robin,

In the frame below there are two women standing to the left of Toni Foster.

I beleive these may be the same women seen in the Bronson frame above.

one in a PINK dress and one in a BROWN dress.

8147.jpg

I believe that the third woman to Toni Foster's left shows up in the later stages of the Bell film walking down the street and against the flow of pedestrians.

Steve Thomas

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Thanks for the comments.

Bill.

I think this frame may show Foster's side step to her right.

Thanks, Robin, for the great frame capture.

It adds to the shorty Zapruder evidence!

Jack

Hi Jack.

Thanks for the comments.

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Robin,

Robin,

In the frame below there are two women standing to the left of Toni Foster.

I beleive these may be the same women seen in the Bronson frame above.

one in a PINK dress and one in a BROWN dress.

8147.jpg

I believe that the third woman to Toni Foster's left shows up in the later stages of the Bell film walking down the street and against the flow of pedestrians.

Steve Thomas

I'm sorry, it's not the Bell film, it's the Hughes film.

Steve Thomas

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The excellent Bronson frames posted by Robin raise several questions!!!

Where are the "Bronson twins" by the lamppost?

Where is Mary Moorman?

Why is Mrs. Hester's dress white instead of green?

Why is Zapruder so short?

Why is Sitzman's dress dark with light sleeves?

Where are the rest of the standing SS men?

What is that "white box"

What is the very bright light shining thru the pergola

window?

Feel free to answer the questions. I have looked

at the image for an hour and am baffled.

Jack

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Hey Jack, Robin asked a simple question about the timing of the photograph. It was NOT an invitation for you to spew all your tired, lame, nauseatingly familiar, batxxxxcrazy theories about alleged photo manipulation. Now answer his question or stfu.

I have just requested that the moderator remove mr.Bullxxxx for cause.

The quote is Exhibit 1.

All in favor please say aye!

Jack

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Robin,

That top frame is during the head shot and is equivalent to Z315/316, the same as the Moorman photo. Bronson was filming at 12fps and he shot only 24 frames of Elm Street.

You have the frames sized incorrectly. They should be 4:3, whereas yours are stretched horizontally.

Gary Mack

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Why is Zapruder so short?

Jack, how did you scale the two images of Zapruder? One image of Zapruder has the doorway opening nowhere close to the height as the same doorway in the other image. I think that you'll find that if you scaled the two colonnade images to the same size, then your two Zapruder's would match as well.

Bill Miller

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