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All the president’s men • summary of the film alan j pakula's adaptation of carl bernstein and bob woodward's watergate best seller isn't just a sentimental journey for nixon-haters—it's also the best newspaper picture ever made, a great detective story. 2015/10/16 in his slight but readable new book, “the last of the president’s men,” bob woodward — who, with carl bernstein, broke the watergate story for the washington post more than four decades ago — returns to the subject of president nixon long famous for his.
End credits include the following written statements: the producers wish to acknowledge the cooperation of the washington post filmed in washington, d c and at the burbank studios, burbank, california and various locations courtesy of the national. Bernstein and woodward, the two washington post journalists who broke the big story, tell how they did it by old fashioned seat-of-the-pants reporting — in other words, lots of intuition and a thick stack of phone numbers.Download