The true story of two Washington Post reporters, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, who uncovered the Nixon-era Watergate scandal. Incredible cast, with an Oscar winning performance by Balsam!
Retired CIA agent is recalled to help fight off Russian invasion of South Florida. Paranoid and violent.
James Garner is Raymond Chandler's detective Philip Marlowe (1969) in search of a woman's missing little sister.
All the President's Men -- Reporters Woodward and Bernstein uncover the details of the Watergate scandal that leads to President Nixon's resignation.
All the President's Men -- Trailer for All the Presidents Men
Dining at a posh restaurant with Orfamay Quest (Sharon Farrell), Marlowe (James Garner) is led into a visit with Winslow Wong (Bruce Lee), whom he decisively outwits in Marlowe, 1969, from Raymond Chandler's The Little Sister.
Reporter Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) in his first shadowy face-to-face encounter with source 'Deep Throat' (Hal Holbrook), with a famous admonition, in Alan J. Pakula's All The President's Men, 1976.
No mistake, several seconds of blank silence, leading to the all-news opening of Alan J. Pakula's dramatization of the Woodward & Bernstein book All The President's Men, 1976, starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman.
Woodward (Robert Redford) and Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) in the newsroom, decide to follow up on damning calls to the White House, in Alan J. Pakula's All The President's Men, 1976.
The security guard is Frank Wills, the actual guy, who called in the Watergate burglary, as staged here by director Alan J. Pakula in the 1976 version of the Woodward & Bernstein book, All The President's Men.
A divorced doctor (George C. Scott) has an affair with a young wife (Julie Christie) hiding a dark secret in Petulia (1968).
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