Turn on your TV or head to the magazine stand this month, and you'll see images of John F. Kennedy. Five decades after his assassination in Dallas, TX, the first celebrity president and his glamorous wife, Jackie, still capture America's attention. This Nov. 22 marks exactly 50 years since his death, and the media is not missing a beat, running commemorative specials nonstop. But the love affair with Camelot has been going on since before the tragic fall. Television, after all, helped Kennedy secure the presidency when he dominated the first-ever televised debate. He also inspired various successful albums during his life and in iconic films after. To remember JFK on this anniversary, take a look back at his pop culture legacy.
JFK's Pop Culture Legacy