All the President's Men 1976

director: Alan J. Pakula  


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TWO YOUNG REPORTERS UNTANGLE A TRAIL THAT LEADS TO THE WHITE HOUSE. It's the night of June 17 1972. In the Watergate office building, lights go on, guns are raised, and well dressed soft-spoken burglars rise from behind a desk, hands in the air. Incredible, but it happened and set in motion a bombshell series of events and disclosures that toppled a U.S. President from office. Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman star as Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, two reporters working for 'The Washington Post' who picked up the Watergate story from the beginning. They stayed with it, through doubts, denials and discouragements. Gradually, they saw where the trail led .Then they got scared. All the President's Men is a dramatic, tense and historically accurate film of the early days of the Watergate investigation. It is also significant in its realistic look at a working newspaper. The reporters and editors in this film are professionals, get the story and get it right. Woodward and Bernstein got the story. The rest is history.

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Distributor Warner
Catalogue Number PEV 61018
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