All The Presidents Men | 1976

Directed by: Alan J. Pakula

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Main Plot

"The Washington Post" reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the details of the Watergate scandal that leads to President Richard Nixon's resignation.

Characters

  • Dustin Hoffman's character in All the President's Men is Carl Bernstein, a journalist investigating the Watergate scandal.
  • Robert Redford's character in All the President's Men is Bob Woodward, a journalist investigating the Watergate scandal.
  • Jack Warden's character is Harry Rosenfeld, the metro editor at The Washington Post, playing a crucial role in investigating the Watergate scandal.

Ending Explained

All the President's Men concludes with the publication of Woodward and Bernstein's groundbreaking investigative reporting on the Watergate scandal in The Washington Post. Their relentless pursuit of the truth and unwavering commitment to journalism's core principles ultimately leads to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. As the film comes to an end, Woodward and Bernstein's work is celebrated, highlighting the power of the press in holding those in power accountable and the importance of preserving the integrity of democracy.

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Alan J. Pakula Dustin Hoffman Robert Redford Jack Warden