In addition to Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
(1966) and Sleuth
(1972), this is only one of three films in which entire on-screen billed cast received acting Oscar nominations. ("Sleuth"'s credits, however, did include several nonexistent actors to mislead the audience into thinking it was not just a two-character thriller and Virginia Woolf did feature two unbilled bit players as roadhouse employees, neither of whom was obviously nominated.) See more
Harry S Truman
And finally, Margaret, to be a good president I fear that a man cannot be his own mentor. He cannot live the sermon on the mountain, he has to be a Machiavelli, a Caesar, a Borgia, an anctuous religio, a liar. A what-not to be successful so I probably won't be. But I'm having a lot of fun trying the opposite approach. Maybe it'll win. Lots of love, dad.