The most famous film of the JFK assassination was shot by Abraham Zapruder while standing at the pergola near the "grassy knoll." It captures the full shooting sequence.
Orville Nix filmed the motorcade on Houston Street, and then the assassination from a view opposite that of Zapruder.
The Muchmore film follows the motorcade along Houston Street, and then has a very few seconds of the assassination sequence at its end.
Charles Bronson took some still photographs as well as this film from his location atop a concrete abutment just off Houston Street.
Robert Hughes filmed from the sidewalk on the west side of Houston Street. It shows the motorcade going by on Houston Street, as well as the vicinity of the shooting after it had occurred.
Mark Bell took this film from off Houston Street near Main. It depicts the motorcade going by on Houston and making the left-hand turn onto Elm. It also shows the Presidential limousine racing under the triple underpass, along with the aftermath of confusion in Dealey Plaza.
Elsie Doorman worked for the Scott, Foresman publishing company on the fourth floor of the TSBD building, and took this film from that location. It shows the motorcade on Houston Street, but does not capture the Presidential limousine during the assassination itself.
NBC cameraman Dave Wiegman shot this footage from within a car in the motorcade. Much of the film is jumpy, as Weigman leaped from the car to continue filming while running on foot.
Malcolm Couch, a local WFAA TV cameraman, said he saw about a foot of the barrel of a rifle being withdrawn from a window in the TSBD. He filmed this footage in the immediate aftermath of the assassination, from a car in the motorcade.
John Martin's film shows the motorcase on Houston Street, and rounding the corner onto Elm through some trees. It also shows the aftermath of the shooting in Dealey Plaza.
Jack Daniel took this brief film footage from just beyond the Triple Underpass. The Presidential limousine, carrying the mortally wounded President, zooms past the unsuspecting cheering bystanders.
Patsy Paschall filmed from the third floor tower of the courthouse on Houston Street. Her film depicts the motorcade going by underneath, as well as other views after the assassination.
In February 2007, this "new" film of the motorcade was made public. Filmed by George Jefferies, it shows the motorcade go by a spot some 90 seconds before the assassination. The film also shows some post-assassination footage of Dealey Plaza.