PRINCE JACK is an interesting, if inconsequential, film that brings to the screen the American political scene of the early 1960s. President John Kennedy (Robert Hogan) debates the Cuban missile crisis and desegregation in the South in the Oval Office with brother Bobby (James F. Kelly)
and Martin Luther King (Robert Guillaume), among others. None of it is presented very convincingly, despite a cast chock-full of what-ever-happened-to actors. Hogan, Kelly, and Lloyd Nolan as Joseph Kennedy couldn't fool anyone with their interpretations-impersonations of the Kennedys. For a
superior picture of the Kennedy White House years with stunningly accurate performances, che...