NINA RHODES-HUGHES (A.K.A. NINA ROMAN):  STILL IMAGES & MOVING IMAGES
December 1965:
Nina Fried Rhodes (pictured at left) is photographed in early December 1965 at NBC TV studios in Burbank with Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.  Nina, who went by the professional acting name of Nina Roman, was appearing at that time in the NBC daytime television soap opera series “Morning Star”.  Also pictured here is Nina’s "Morning Star" co-star Elizabeth Perry.  When Perry left the show in early 1966, Nina was elevated from series co-star to the series' only female lead.
May 1968:
Nina’s 1968 telegram from RFK during her work on his presidential campaign in California.
June 4, 1968 at approximately 8:35 pm PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
At :14 secs into this video, Nina appears briefly near the upper right of screen.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador more than three hours before RFK was shot at that hotel.
June 4, 1968 at approximately 9:10 pm PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
At :19 secs into this film, Nina first appears at left of screen (she briefly sticks her head out at that time).  After that, she appears several more times during this same scene with RFK aide Pierre Salinger and television comedian Pat Paulsen.  This film footage was made at the Ambassador three hours before RFK was shot at that hotel.
June 5, 1968 at approximately 12:30 am PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
June 5, 1968 at approximately 1:20 am PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
June 5, 1968 at approximately 1:20 am PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
June 5, 1968 at approximately 2:00 am PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
At :11 secs into this video, Nina first appears at lower left of screen, then again moments later.  She is accompanied by her then-husband Michael Rhodes.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador only minutes after RFK was shot at that hotel.
At :12 secs into this video, Nina first appears at lower left of screen, then again at 1:20 at right of screen.  She is accompanied by her then-husband Michael Rhodes.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador roughly an hour after RFK was shot at that hotel.
At :19 secs into this video, Nina appears at lower right of screen.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador roughly an hour after RFK was shot at that hotel.
At :14 secs into this video, Nina first appears at lower left of screen, then again moments later.  She is accompanied by her then-husband Michael Rhodes.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador nearly two hours after RFK was shot at that hotel.
August 1968 (at the Democratic National Convention):
Nina appears alongside Hollywood star Shirley MacLaine, future Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and other members of the California delegation to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.  All three were California delegates to the DNC who were trying to draft Teddy Kennedy as a candidate in the wake of RFK’s assassination the previous June.  Nina is first seen chanting, "Julian Bond!" at 1:33 into this video (she's seen near lower left).  Nina is next seen at 1:48 when the camera angle changes (she's seen near upper right).  Nina is finally seen at 3:21 (she's seen near lower right).
August 1968 (at the Democratic National Convention):
Nina photographed on the floor of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
February 1, 2012:
In the current Sirhan Sirhan federal case, California Attorney General Kamala Harris and her state prosecutors are trying to support some of their arguments by using Nina's 1968 FBI interview summary.
February 22, 2012:
Sirhan defense lawyers William Pepper and Laurie Dusek are trying to rebut AG Harris by arguing that Nina had made it clear in 1992 that her 1968 FBI interview summary was erroneous and that this dismantles Harris's assertions about Nina.  In her 2012 CNN phone interview, Nina expresses agreement with the assertions made by Pepper and Dusek that her 1992 statement to Melanson is correct and that the FBI erred in its 1968 Nina Rhodes interview summary.
NINA RHODES (AKA NINA ROMAN):  ADDITIONAL STILL IMAGES & MOVING IMAGES
August 1968 (at the Democratic National Convention):
Nina pictured alongside Rafer Johnson and Shirley MacLaine for a newspaper story on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
1963 "The Twilight Zone" episode:
At 30:29 to 31:16 into this TV clip, Nina plays a maid who gets knocked to the ground by an intruder.
1964 "The Munsters" episode:
At 07:20 to 07:29 into this TV clip, Nina plays a harem girl at a masquerade party.
1965 "Bewitched" episode:
At 02:52 to 03:10 into this TV clip, Nina plays a housewife out shopping with two other housewives.
1965 "Gunsmoke" episode:
At 29:30 to 31:36 into this TV clip, Nina plays a naughty saloon girl who is kissing a bad guy just as he gets stabbed to death
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1966 "Morning Star" episode:
At 10:54 to 15:44 into this TV clip, Nina plays a single girl who has a heart to heart talk with her roommate.
1967 "The Wild Wild West" episode (Part One):
At 07:08 to 07:38 into this TV clip, Nina plays the female romantic interest and antagonist-turned-ally of federal agent James T.
West.  [if clip is disabled then click to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_XTpZiDUOk&feature=related] 
1967 "The Wild Wild West" episode (Part Two):
At 00:30 to 01:03 into this TV clip, Nina plays the female romantic interest and antagonist-turned-ally of federal agent James T. West.  [if clip is disabled then click to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmltcPOQsts&feature=related]
1967 "The Wild Wild West" episode (Part Three):
At 05:55 to 07:56 into this TV clip, Nina plays the female romantic interest and antagonist-turned-ally of federal agent James T.
West.  [if clip is disabled then click to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKus4Z1GFKs&feature=related]
1967 "The Wild Wild West" episode (Part Four):
At 00:25 to 08:38 into this TV clip, Nina plays the female romantic interest and antagonist-turned-ally of federal agent James T.
West.  [if clip is disabled then click to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n72U_Qa8I5Y&feature=related]
1972 "Gunsmoke" episode:
At 00:30 to 04:21 into this TV clip, Nina plays the wild, hard-drinking wife of an outlaw.
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CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 1) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Michael Martinez, Brad Johnson - 3/24/2012
CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 3) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Michael Martinez, Brad Johnson - 3/24/2012
CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 2) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Michael Martinez, Brad Johnson - 3/24/2012
CNN PHONE INTERVIEWS WITH NINA RHODES-HUGHES IN 2012
June 5, 1968 at approximately 1:05 am PDT (at the Ambassador Hotel):
At 2:16 into this first video, Nina appears at right of screen.  She is seen walking away.  This video footage was made at the Ambassador a little more than 45 minutes after RFK was shot at that hotel.  The scene with Nina was shown four decades later in Shane O'Sullivan's "RFK Must Die" film (Nina is seen in a split-screen effect at 1:47 into the second video).
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1964 "McHale's Navy" episode (Part One):
At 02:33 to 8:46 into this TV clip, Nina plays Kara, one of three daughters of a visiting Sultan.  In this episode, Nina's real-life sister Suzanne Ried plays Kara's sister Rimi.
1964 "McHale's Navy" episode (Part Two):
At 00:21 to 09:57 into this TV clip, Nina plays Kara, one of three daughters of a visiting Sultan.  In this episode, Nina's real-life sister Suzanne Ried plays Kara's sister Rimi.
1964 "McHale's Navy" episode (Part Three):
At 00:00 to 04:01 into this TV clip, Nina plays Kara, one of three daughters of a visiting Sultan.  In this episode, Nina's real-life sister Suzanne Ried plays Kara's sister Rimi.
1990s "Insights" episode:
At 00:16 to 27:43 into this TV clip, Nina interviews Carol Adrienne.
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November 1992:
At :58 secs into the first video, Nina appears as a guest on "Contact", a TV talk show in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.  She discusses her life and eventually recalls the RFK assassination.  Nina's comments about Robert Kennedy begin at 7:48 into the second video.
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1992:
In 1992, Professor Philip H. Melanson gives Nina a copy of her 1968 FBI interview summary, and Nina  makes handwritten notations of more than a dozen inaccuracies within that FBI report.
1997-1998:
In 1997, Nina is mentioned in a book co-authored by Melanson and William Klaber, entitled "Shadow Play" (the above pages are from the 1998 paperback edition).
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2008:
In 2008, Nina is mentioned in a book authored by Shane O'Sullivan,
entitled "Who Killed Bobby?"
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CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 5) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Brad Johnson - 4/11/2012
CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 4) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Brad Johnson - 4/11/2012
HEAR FOUR ADDITIONAL RFK ASSASSINATION WITNESSES WHO ALSO HEARD MORE THAN 8 GUNSHOTS FIRED
CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 6) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Brad Johnson - 4/11/2012
CNN PHONE INTERVIEW (PART 7) Nina Roman Rhodes speaks with Brad Johnson - 4/27/2012
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2000 "Secret Agent Man" episode:
At 11:15 to 13:54 into this TV clip, Nina plays a famous actress appearing in a TV infomercial.
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