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All the President's Men

Cast
Dustin Hoffman, Robert Redford, Jason Robards, Jack Warden, Hal Holbrook, Martin Balsam, Jane Alexander, Meredith Baxter, Ned Beatty, Stephen Collins, Penny Fuller, Robert Walden
Released
1976
Thomas Eagleton
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Editor Harry M. Rosenfeld tells the others, "Could... just be crazy Cubans."
Newspaper worker: ”The police are nervous.” (0:13)

Reporter Bob Woodward writes "Nervous" while talking with a woman by telephone. (0:16)

Sharon Lyons tells reporter Carl Bernstein, "Steuben’s crazy."
”The White House was real paranoid about Teddy Kennedy.” (0:23)

By telephone, Woodward tells Ken Clawson at the White House, "I was wondering if you’d like to comment on this confusion." (0:27)

Woodward tells Bernstein, "We need a sympathetic face." (0:29)

Newspaper headline: "MCGOVERN NAMES EAGLETON RUNNING MATE..." (0:34)

Reporter: "McGovern, who at first voiced complete support for Eagleton... Eagleton must make a decision whether to stay or leave the ticket."
McGovern’s voice(?): ”... the public debate over Sen. Eagleton’s medical history... growing pressures that ask for Sen. Eagleton’s withdrawal...” (0:47)

Editor: "... this White House guy... came up and asked, ‘What is this Watergate compulsion with you guys?’"
Editor Harry Rosenfeld: ”Compulsion? This is a story. This is not a compulsion.” (0:56)

Mickey answers editor in chief Ben Bradlee: "Yesterday’s weather report for people who were drunk and slept all day."
Bradlee asks the other, ”Jesus, what kind of a crazy... story is this?” (0:59)

Bernstein tells bookkeeper Judy Hoback Miller, "This is for my memory. I have a very bad memory."
Miller: ”... people sure are worried.”
Bernstein: ”I get confused.” (1:17)

Woodward tells Bernstein, "You’re crazy."
Bernstein: ”Well you’d be crazy, too...”
”Boy that woman was paranoid... and her paranoia finally got to me.”
Woodward: ”You’re both paranoid.”
”... and then I say... ‘Don’t worry about it.’” (1:21)

Vice President Spiro Agnew: "... those who published it have already shown their sympathy for the other ticket." (1:36)

Woodward tells Bernstein, "This isn’t so crazy." (1:39)