All the President's Men (6/9) Movie CLIP - I Hate Trusting Anybody (1976) HD

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    Ben Bradlee (Jason Robards) tells Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) and Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) to run the story about Mitchell.
    Conspiracy film specialist Alan J. Pakula turned journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's best-selling account of their Watergate investigation into one of the hit films of Bicentennial year 1976. While researching a story about a botched 1972 burglary of Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate apartment complex, green Washington Post reporters/rivals Woodward (Robert Redford, who also exec produced) and Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) stumble on a possible connection between the burglars and a White House staffer. With the circumspect approval of executive editor Ben Bradlee (Jason Robards), the pair digs deeper. Aided by a guilt-ridden turncoat bookkeeper (Jane Alexander) and the vital if cryptic guidance of Woodward's mystery source, Deep Throat (Hal Holbrook), Woodward and Bernstein "follow the money" all the way to the top of the Nixon administration. Despite Deep Throat's warnings that their lives are in danger, and the reluctance of older Post editors, Woodward and Bernstein are determined to get out the story of the crime and its presidential cover-up. Once Bradlee is convinced, the final teletype impassively taps out the historically explosive results.
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    Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Robert Redford, Jason Robards
    Director: Alan J. Pakula
    Producers: Jon Boorstin, Michael Britton, Walter Coblenz
    Screenwriters: Carl Bernstein, William Goldman, Bob Woodard
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Comments • 27

    HUCK FINN 5 months ago

    Like #131

  • brettfavreify
    brettfavreify 5 months ago +1

    The near-empty newsroom.
    People who say reporters (I don't mean TV talking heads) put out 'fake news' have no earthy idea how much work and how many hours they put in to get the story right. I can tell you they surely don't it for the money.

  • Dave Miller
    Dave Miller 8 months ago

    Agreed. Jason Robards was incredible!

    MAKE IT 8 months ago +1

    Deep Throat were are you when we need you ?

    • BlueFox94
      BlueFox94 15 days ago

      All the Deep Throats work for Project Veritas nowadays. Good for them.

  • Mohamed Hassan
    Mohamed Hassan 10 months ago +6

    This is the same tux he wore at the Oscars when he won for Best Supporting 🔥🔥🔥

  • extra solar
    extra solar 11 months ago


  • David Guo
    David Guo Year ago +11

    wanted to rewatch this particular scene after seeing The Post. Sorry Tom but Jason Robards' Ben Bradlee is soooo much better. "Run That Baby" and that tap on the desk on his way out. Perfection.

  • KMC
    KMC Year ago +16

    I love Tom Hanks but Robards is, was, and always will be the best on screen Ben Bradlee.

    • gpapa31
      gpapa31 2 months ago

      M E apparently he was so good in that movie that Bradley himself started acting like Robards afterwards.

  • Christian Schneider
    Christian Schneider 2 years ago +31

    That little desk tap and palm punch are amazing. The guy was a grizzled vet but still felt the rush of breaking the big story, especially one that'd zing that bastard Nixon.

    • Henchman Twenty1
      Henchman Twenty1 7 months ago +1

      Robards certainly was well deserving of that Best Supporting Actor Academy award.

    • Ryan Evans
      Ryan Evans 2 years ago +3

      I remember reading an interview somewhere (think it was Woodward) saying that was absolutely an accurate piece of body language from the real Ben Bradlee.

  • Honeycombe88
    Honeycombe88 2 years ago +4

    Volume is too low.

  • Dave Shelles
    Dave Shelles 2 years ago +22

    "Well, cut the words 'her tit' and print it."
    "This is a family newspaper."

  • the GLOSSA channel
    the GLOSSA channel 2 years ago

    the GLOSSA channel

  • LuckyLucy
    LuckyLucy 2 years ago +13

    Run that baby!

  • Vegeta Solo
    Vegeta Solo 3 years ago +2

    0:40 Lol

  • andrea planco
    andrea planco 3 years ago +9

    One of the best scene of all time ,the great Jason Robards

  • Brian Gawley
    Brian Gawley 4 years ago +37

    That story and that movie got me into the newspaper business, along with just about everybody else in my generation.

    • Henchman Twenty1
      Henchman Twenty1 7 months ago

      @Trump 2020 -Typical Trumpist Whataboutism. "What about that time Martin Van Buren..."

    • Trump 2020
      Trump 2020 Year ago

      Hi Brian, do you think it's fair the way Bradlee ignored JFK abusing power?

  • Daniel Boone
    Daniel Boone 4 years ago +29

    RIP the real Ben Bradlee.

  • Daniel Kelegian
    Daniel Kelegian 6 years ago +2

    R.I.P Washington Post

    • J B
      J B 11 months ago

      Daniel Kelegian - worst prediction yet. WaPo’s going to be 2-0.

    • LWOPP
      LWOPP 2 years ago +10

      Back better than ever.

  • Setebos
    Setebos 6 years ago +7

    If I was ever a newspaper executive I wouldn't necessarily want to be Ben Bradlee, but I'd definitely want to be Ben Bradlee as played by Jason Robards.