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Release Date:

5 May 1972 (Finland)  »

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Millhouse: A White Comedy  »

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As detailed in the book 'Emile de Antonio: A Reader' (2000), music is credited to a non-existent person, 'L. Bridge', as a cover for the film's use of copyrighted music. (Some sources wrongly credit 'El Bridge') See more »


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What politics is really about
14 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie a mighty long time ago, and I laughed like hell. So did everyone else who saw it in those days. It´s a wonderful portrait of the notorious Richard Nixon, demonstrating to the world just how immensely stupid a top politician actually is allowed to be. His statement that "My wife´s got a good republican coat" almost became a proverb at the time, thanks to this movie. So even if it deals with "vintage" matters it has a lot to teach us about what politics is really about.

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