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"All the President's Men" is a critically acclaimed film released in 1976. Directed by Alan J. Pakula, it is a gripping political thriller that chronicles the true story of two journalists' relentless investigation into the Watergate scandal that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

The film boasts an exceptional ensemble cast that brings the real-life characters to life. Robert Redford stars as Bob Woodward, a young and ambitious reporter for The Washington Post. Woodward teams up with his colleague Carl Bernstein, portrayed by Dustin Hoffman, to uncover the truth behind the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex in 1972.

Woodward and Bernstein's pursuit of the truth takes them on a thrilling journey through a labyrinth of government secrets and corruption. As they follow the leads and dig deeper into the scandal, they face numerous obstacles and threats, but their determination to uncover the truth never wavers.

Jason Robards delivers an outstanding performance as Ben Bradlee, the executive editor of The Washington Post. His unwavering support and belief in Woodward and Bernstein's investigation become crucial in their fight against a web of lies and cover-ups. The supporting cast includes Jack Warden, Martin Balsam, and Hal Holbrook, among others, who all contribute to the film's brilliant storytelling.

The film captures the essence of investigative journalism, highlighting the tireless work, persistence, and dedication required to uncover the truth. It showcases the fundamental role that the media plays in holding those in power accountable, as Woodward and Bernstein relentlessly seek the facts behind the Watergate break-in.

With its intense atmosphere and masterful storytelling, "All the President's Men" keeps audiences on the edge of their seats throughout. The film received widespread acclaim upon its release, earning four Academy Awards and solidifying its place as a classic political thriller.

If you're intrigued by the subject matter and want to experience the riveting sounds of "All the President's Men" for yourself, you're in luck! You can play and download the film's original score, composed by David Shire, which perfectly complements the tension and suspense of the story. From the haunting opening notes to the climactic moments, the score enriches the viewing experience and immerses you in the world of investigative journalism during one of the most significant political scandals in American history. So, grab your popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the mesmerizing sounds of "All the President's Men."

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All turned him down. That's the Page 1 lead
And are all five gentlemen charged with burglary in the second degree?
And I didn't want to carry all that cash around.
Bachinski, when you get there, take it easy.
BALDWIN: Base 1 to Unit 1.
Base 1 to Unit 1. We may have some problems.
Because you were the head coordinator...
BEN: Hundreds of thousands of dollars?
BEN: Well, how you gonna get it? We haven't had any luck yet.
BEN: Why didn't he? Because nobody asked.
Bob Woodward of the Wash Do you speak English?
BOB: Didn't you say the FBI had information on Haldeman in the files?
BOB: Hunt worked for the CIA till 1970.
BOB: Miss Milland? Betty Milland? Mm hm.
BOB: Oh, goddamn it.
BOB: Segretti crisscrossed the country at least a dozen times.
BOB: Sorry?
CARL: Mm hm.
CARL: When we asked him about it...
CARL: Woodward, what did you find out? What did he say?
CARL: Yeah, thanks very much.
Could've been worse.
DEEP THROAT: Where are you? Stuck.
Did it go that high up?
Doesn't make sense.
Eighty nine thousand dollars in Mexican checks?
Everything's cleared with the White House.
Five men had control of the fund.
FORD [ON TV]: The vote of all the delegates has been recorded.
Forget it.
Four Cuban Americans and another man, James W. McCord.
Get some harder information next time.
GUARD: It's 4:00. We'll be back in 15 minutes. Do you want anything?
Half the country never even heard of the word Watergate.
Harry, I think we could mention that this might be the time...
Hate the....
He didn't show up.
He might not be answering, but he might be there.
He thought I said hang up, I said hang on.
He'll be available all day tomorrow.
Hey, Mr. Bradlee.
How many?
HOWARD: Jesus Christ. HARRY: Yeah.
HOWARD: More denunciations. Gonna have to make a statement, Ben
HUNT [OVER RADIO]: What? We're home
I don't even know if I can get him on the phone.
I gave it to Mr. Stans.
I have a 9:15 appointment with Mr. Dardis.
I just wanna make sure you know who wrote it, though.
I knew we had enemies, but I didn't know we were this popular.
I made it clear that I would not do anything violent or illegal.
I remember seeing a book about Chappaquiddick on his desk.
I said, Well, we think it's important, and he said:
I said, You mean Gordon Liddy? She said yes. So L is Liddy.
I was wondering...
I wasn't sure you were a Washington Post reporter.
I, Richard Nixon, do solemnly swear...
I'll be at the Sheraton if you wanna reach me.
I'm a lawyer, Carl.
I'm a lawyer.
If it didn't deal directly with the break in, they didn't pursue.
If we could only get somebody that worked for Finance to talk.
In the face of charges that might be brought against people that are innocent, we feel
Is it AM or FM?
It was destroyed.
It's 11:30, sir.
It's a good, solid piece of American journalism...
JUDGE: Where?
Let's go back and see Sloan.
Look, I told you inside, I have nothing more to say.
Look, you know, I can't answer for the whole bureau.
Look. Now, look, I'm very busy. I gotta go. I gotta go put the kids to bed.
MAN 3: All right, in this....
MAN: I won't say anything about Haldeman.
MICKEY: Yesterday's weather report for people who were drunk and slept all day.
Mr. Chief Justice.
Mr. Hunt isn't here just now.
Mr. Markham, are you here in connection with the Watergate burglary?
Mr. Sloan did not implicate Mr. Haldeman in that testimony at all.
My only chance of getting that is if I see him.
No, I did not.
No, we were never told flat out, Don't talk.
Now, don't tell me you think this is all the work...
Now, the guy told me that called me That said
Now, what he did with it, I really do not know.
Now, why don't you ask him what he's really saying?
One of the burglars had $814, one $230, one $215, and one $234.
One, two, three...
P could be Parkinson.
P could be Porter.
Radio Hanoi reports the United States North Vietnam agreement..
Right.
Say we wrote a story that said Haldeman was the fifth to control the fund.
SHARON: Why are you looking at me like that?
She said someone did call her asking about Mr. Hunt...
She's afraid of Mitchell, you're afraid of Walter Cronkite.
Sloan and who else?
So if no one asked you to be here, why are you here?
Thank you.
That's a non denial denial.
The burglars couldn't have arranged their counsel.
The cover up had little to do with Watergate.
The issues of the campaign are peace and prosperity...
The letter that destroyed the Muskie candidacy...
The truth is, I don't have a card that says Mr. Hunt took any material.
The White House librarian says Hunt checked out a lot of books.
The whole USC mafia.
Then a PR guy said this weird thing to me
There's music playing in the car Hypothetically.
Uh, I just Can I not answer any more questions?
Uh, I turn all my money over to the committee.
Uh, I'm caught in the middle of something..
Um, I won't be much longer.
Was Magruder the only M to receive money?
We got three confirmations. If you could just help us, I'd appreciate it.
We haven't been able to ascertain who that is.
Well, I can't seem to get an explanation...
Well, I have a clear conscience.
Well, if they start calling us goddamn liars, we better start circling the wagons.
Well, if you're conducting that kind of an investigation...
Well, the scuttlebutt for a while was that he was investigating Kennedy.
What can you deduce from that?
What committee is that, sir? The Committee to Reelect?
What happened to the list?
When he was done, he turned to his top guy...
When they pass it, we'll run with it.
When you handed out the money, how did that work exactly?
Why is that man smiling?
Why?
WOMAN 2: You want a laugh?
WOMAN 3: Mr. Dahlberg is on Line 2. I'm running a campaign
Would you mind if we asked you a few questions?
Yeah, we had another call all along. I've got another call. I've gotta go.
Yeah.
You don't understand the pressure we're under.
You got it straight now?
You got out of it?
You have some idea what's in the papers when the attorney general comes in...
You made a mistake in there.
You're implying that I should know.
All there? This ? Yes.
All we're asking you to do is confirm. I'm not your source on Haldeman.
But if she doesn't, we know P is Porter. Try it.
Can we go back to what she said? Yeah
Can you tell me what you know? You tell me what you know.
Coffee, black. GUARD: Coffee, black.
Come on in. BOB: We can't come in, sir.
Did you call the White House Press Office? I went over there.
I don't What do you think it could be?
I think it's Magruder too. Why do you think it is?
I was wrong. I beg your pardon?
I'd like my attorney to answer that. The answer is an unequivocal no.
I'm a Republican. I am too.
I've just talked with the librarian. Yes, sir
Kenneth Dahlberg? Yes?
May I read yours? Yeah.
Maybe they pulled the cards. Maybe they changed the names.
My neighbor's wife has been kidnapped. Oh.
Not anymore. CARL: You did go with him, though.
One moment, please. Thank you.
One? Yeah.
People's lives are in danger. BEN: Wait.
Sure, I have to. Do you have to see him that way?
The head of Finance for Nixon? Yes, in Washington
The money's the key to whatever this is. Says who?
The Virginia Legislature story? I finished it.
We didn't know where to put it all. Heh.
We have also seen.... DAHLBERG [OVER PHONE]: Hello?
We just know there were four. There were five.
Well, I deal with a lot of important people. People who work for the committee?
Well, that's what I've got. Well, that's fine
Who was it? We can't reveal that.
Yes. Thank you. Mr
You have a phone on that or an address? No, I don't. I'm sorry.
...14,000 man hours.
...and her paranoia finally got to me.
...and please repeat after me:
...and then that way you're not divulging any information.
...and we just think that you should have a chance to comment on it.
...but if you guys fuck up again, I'm gonna get mad.
...certainly it comes as no surprise to you that Howard was with the CIA
...Dwight...
...for a settlement of the Vietnam War.
...if you're going to do that piece on détente.
...it means infiltration of the Democrats.
...Mr. Bernard Barker.
...or that everything we print, the White House denies...
...that he sent to the Committee to Reelect...
...that said that Scoop Jackson was having a bastard child?
...the FBI hasn't even talked to.
...the second most important man in this country...
...then get your asses back in gear.
...to give information which they were never asked
...we'll know the people who paid off the burglars.
...were in the address books of two of the men arrested at Watergate.
...you build from the outer edges and you go step by step.
...you know, for taking fat cats to dinner, things like that.
[LINE RINGS]
[MAN 2 SPEAKS IN SPANISH]
[SIGHS]
524 743. I know the number.

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