Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (1981) Jaclyn Smith
The life of former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (Jaclyn Smith) is examined in this biopic. From her life as an affluent debutante to her time working as a photojournalist for The Washington Times-Herald to her marriage to politician John F. Kennedy (James Franciscus), Jackie's life becomes a focus for many during those years. But pain and hardship also define her time in the spotlight when Kennedy is assassinated and she becomes the face of a grieving nation.
Starring: Jaclyn Smith, James Franciscus
Viewer Review: "This is a great movie staring Jaclyn Smith covering the period of time of Jackie's childhood through when Jackie met Jack Kennedy and married him up until Jack's death in Dallas. It offers a glimpse of what Jackie was like during this period and what being married to JFK was like. Jaclyn Smith's acting is superb and the contrast between the role she plays and Jackie's alcoholic father is quite interesting. It's an great addition the body of knowledge about Jackie and JFK and a great Jaclyn Smith film."
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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