Tag Archive for Bill Garnet

Green light for the ‘The Parkland Doctors’

Somebody asked me other day, “What happened to the documentary film project ‘The Parkland Doctors?” Read more

‘The Parkland Doctors’ get greenlighted by the crowd

Bill Garnet and the producers of the documentary film, “The Parkland Doctors” send word via the crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo that they have achieved 103 percent of their $50,000 funding goal.

In other words, this important film about the seven doctors who tried to save JFK’s life will get made. I’m looking forward to it.

Read more

In ‘The Parkland Doctors,’ distinguished physicians talk about JFK’s last moments for the first time

The Parkland Doctors

What prompted Bill Garnet, a man with a long career in the entertaining world of reality TV, to take on the daunting controversy of JFK assassination?

“A gaping hole in the story,” he said in a recent telephone interview “What happened in Trauma Room One?”

Actually Garnet, the Los Angeles-based producer of “The Parkland Doctors,” a forthcoming documentary about the seven doctors who tried to save President Kennedy’s life, has long been a student of the JFK case. As an undergraduate at the University of Miami he wrote his thesis the events of November 22, 1963.

But Garnet’s 30-year career as a TV producer and director took him in different direction.

Read more

‘The Parkland Doctors’: the men who tried to save JFK’s life


Last week, I gave $63 on Indiegogo to support completion of this documentary, “The Parkland Doctors.” I hope you will do the same. Bringing together all these doctors to recount their experience in simple factual style will help complete and clarify the historical record of JFK’s assassination.

Read more