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Will: The Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy (1982)

TV Movie  -   -  Biography | Drama  -  10 January 1982 (USA)
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Based on the autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy who spent 54 months in prison following the Watergate scandal.

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Fran Liddy
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Peter Maroulis
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Kaworski
Maurice Woods ...
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Danny Lloyd ...
Joe Maross ...
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Fran Stone
James Andelin
Brooks Rogers
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Based on the autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy who spent 54 months in prison following the Watergate scandal.

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Danny Lloyd's last acting job. He later became a school teacher. See more »

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Hilariously funny bio flick.
6 February 2002 | by (boston) – See all my reviews

Hilariously funny bio flick. Right wing kook Liddy is shown for what he is, a Hitler loving, constitution hating creep. This one is full to the brim with great moments; young Liddy terrorized by the phallic Hindenburg (complete with spilled milk), G's rat eating, and the ever popular finger burning in the restaurant. See Liddy's plan to make war protesters disappear into "the night and fog." See liddy be too extreme for the Nixon White House. See Liddy.s personal vendetta against Tim Leery (He later toured with him) Great line "the panties are dropping as much as the acid." Worthy of Jack Webb. All this in all one of the most entertaining TV movies


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