PG | | Biography, Drama, History
In real life, Judy Hoback was the bookkeeper who gave Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward crucial information about the slush fund payouts at the Committee to Re-Elect the President (CREEP). Jane Alexander met with Hoback to prepare for her role in the film. Also, the filmmakers rented out ... ...
Now here comes the president's helicopter, Marine Helicopter Number One, landing on the plaza on the east side of the east front of the Capitol.
When Woodward is first shown typing a story, a scene that takes place in June, 1972, a copy of "The Almanac of American Politics" is seen on his desk. However, it's the 1974 edition of the Almanac, which would not be published for another year and a half after the scene took place.
The opening Warner Bros. Zooming \\' logo is in black and white.
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