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Writers (WGA):
Andrew Fleming (written by) &
Sheryl Longin (written by)
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Release Date:
4 August 1999 (USA) See more »
He was tricky. They were better. See more »
Two girls wander away from a White House tour and meet President Nixon. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
4 nominations See more »
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** Great Soundtrack ** Great Acting ** Best if you're over 35** See more (211 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Kirsten Dunst ... Betsy Jobs

Michelle Williams ... Arlene Lorenzo

Dan Hedaya ... President Richard M. Nixon

Will Ferrell ... Bob Woodward

Bruce McCulloch ... Carl Bernstein

Teri Garr ... Helen Lorenzo

Dave Foley ... Bob Haldeman

Jim Breuer ... John Dean

Ana Gasteyer ... Rose Mary Woods

Harry Shearer ... G. Gordon Liddy

Saul Rubinek ... Henry Kissinger

Devon Gummersall ... Larry Jobs

Ted McGinley ... Roderick

Ryan Reynolds ... Chip

G.D. Spradlin ... Ben Bradlee

Shannon Lawson ... Kay Jobs
Karl Pruner ... Frank Jobs
Brenda Devine ... Mrs. Spinnler
Jonathan Rannells ... First G-Man (as Jonathan Ranells)

Paulino Nunes ... Second G-Man

Michael Dyson ... Burglar #1
Jerry Schaefer ... Burgler #2

Jack Mosshammer ... Fat Freddy

Karen Waddell ... White House Secretary
Richard Fitzpatrick ... John Erlichman
Cole Barrington ... Student #1
Scott Wickware ... White House Guard

Mark Lutz ... Agent Daniels

Kedar Brown ... Mr. Samovar
Paul Wildbaum ... Shredder Man

Kerry Dorey ... Payola Man

Len Doncheff ... Leonid Brezhnev
Igor Portnoi ... Russian Translator
Jennifer Wigmore ... Washington Post Receptionist

Jane Moffat ... Kissing Secretary
Rob Nickerson ... 1st Police Officer
Bernard Browne ... 2nd Police Officer
Rummy Bishop ... Newsstand Guy
Deborah Grover ... Pat Nixon

Stephen Jared ... FBI Agent (as Stephen Robert)

Michael Eric Kramer ... TV News Reporter (as Michael Kramer)
Mike Anscombe ... TV News Anchor

French Stewart ... The Interviewer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Laila Ayad ... Tourist (uncredited)
David Berni ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Barry Goldwater ... Himself (at 1972 Convention) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Michael Kaufman ... Teen Tourist (uncredited)

Chad Ridgely ... Hippy (uncredited)

Jade Wu ... Tourist (uncredited)

Directed by
Andrew Fleming 
Writing credits
Andrew Fleming (written by) &
Sheryl Longin (written by)

Produced by
David Coatsworth .... executive producer
Gale Anne Hurd .... producer
Original Music by
John Debney 
Cinematography by
Alexander Gruszynski 
Film Editing by
Mia Goldman 
Casting by
Pam Dixon 
Production Design by
Barbara Dunphy 
Art Direction by
Lucinda Zak 
Set Decoration by
Donald Elmblad 
Costume Design by
Deborah Everton 
Makeup Department
Sherri Bramlett .... key hair stylist: Washington D.C.
Ann Brodie .... makeup artist
Kathy Greene .... key makeup artist: Washington D.C.
Inge Klaudi .... assistant makeup artist
Paul LeBlanc .... makeup design consultant
Lucy Orton .... hair stylist
Divyo Rae Putney .... hair stylist (as Divyo Putney)
Adina Shore .... assistant hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Stephanie Antosca .... unit production manager: Washington D.C. (as Stephanie Anotisca)
Joseph Becker .... production manager: Washington D.C.
Whitney Brown .... production manager
William H. Brown .... post-production supervisor (as Bill Brown)
David Coatsworth .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tyler Delben .... trainee assistant director
Yolanda Graci .... third assistant director
Libby Hodgson .... first assistant director
Joe Incaprera .... second second assistant director: Washington D.C.
Grant Lucibello .... second assistant director
Miles A. Perman .... second assistant director: Washington D.C. (as Miles Perman)
Alison C. Rosa .... first assistant director: Washington D.C. (as Alison Rosa)
Tim Singh .... third assistant director
Art Department
Mary Arthurs .... set dresser
Carl Catanese .... props: Washington D.C. (as Carl Crotonese)
Marc Corriveau .... property master
Greg DaPrato .... assistant property master (as Greg Daprato)
David Hirschfield .... assistant art director
Nancey Pankiw .... set designer (as Nancy Pankiw)
Henry Piersig .... lead man (as Henry Persig)
Catherine Pretty .... assistant art director
Reet Puhm .... key scenic artist
Angelo Stea .... set dresser
Mark Thomson .... construction coordinator
Eric Hunsaker .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Rick Bold .... boom operator
Steve Copley .... foley mixer
Yann Delpuech .... sound effects editor
Ryan Eldred .... sound effects editor (as Ryan Eldree)
Stephanie Flack .... dialogue editor
David E. Fluhr .... sound re-recordist (as David Fluhr)
Andrea Horta .... adr editor
David Husby .... production sound mixer
Adam Jenkins .... sound re-recordist
Cliff Latimer .... dialogue editor
Dean G. Manly .... assistant sound editor (as Dean Manly)
Jeena M. Phelps .... assistant sound editor (as Jeena Phelps)
Brian Risner .... sound effects editor
Andrew Roberts .... foley mixer
Rodney Sharpp .... assistant sound editor
John Sievert .... foley walker
John Switzer .... additional sound
Peter Thomas .... sound mixer: Washington D.C.
Steven D. Williams .... supervising sound editor (as Steve Williams)
Pat Cassin .... second boom operator (uncredited)
Darren King .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Gregory King .... sound designer (uncredited)
E. Niles Klein .... sound editorial support (uncredited)
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Allan Cotter .... special effects key
Dean Stewart .... special effects assistant
Warren Keillor .... special effects prop builder (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Mike Hallet .... digital film compositor
Jamie Hallett .... digital film compositor
Robbi Hinds .... director of miniature photography
Jason Kolodziejczak .... digital film compositor
Michael Lennick .... visual effects designer
Michael Lennick .... visual effects supervisor
Ray McMillan .... visual effects designer
Ray McMillan .... visual effects supervisor
Eric Pascarelli .... motion control operator
Robert Yoshioka .... digital film compositor
Christopher McMillan .... video playback: Miniatures Shoot (uncredited)
Leigh Bianco .... stunts (as Leigh Brinkman)
Erin Jarvis .... stunts
Branko Racki .... stunt coordinator
Branko Racki .... stunts
Paul Rutledge .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Carolyn Cox .... second assistant camera
Mark Cyre .... first assistant camera
Pete Daprato .... assistant key grip (as Peter Daprato)
Robert Daprato .... key grip (as Bob Daprato)
Michael Galbraith .... gaffer (as Mike Galbraith)
Rob Goldstein .... camera trainee
William J. Gray .... first assistant camera: Washington D.C. (as Bill Gray)
Kerry Hayes .... still photographer
Kevin Jewison .... camera operator
Tim Merkel .... Steadicam operator
Tom Nichols .... key grip: Washington D.C.
Erich Roland .... Steadicam operator: Washington D.C.
Tracy Shaw .... dolly grip
Tom Starnes .... best boy electric
Stuart Stein .... second assistant camera: Washington D.C. (as Stu Stein)
Dave Tommasini .... pilot: helicopter camera (as David Tommasini)
Bob Waybright .... chief lighting technician: Washington D.C.
Mark D. Acheson .... grip (uncredited)
William Engel .... grip (uncredited)
John Medland .... still photographer (uncredited)
Clyde Miller .... assistant camera: aerials and Wescam camera (uncredited)
Matthew Pill .... key rigging grip (uncredited)
Leon Sanginiti .... first assistant camera: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Paul Williams .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Donna Dupere .... background casting
Diane Kerbel .... casting: Toronto
Aric Dupere .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elayne Alexander .... set costumer
Gala Autumn .... costume supervisor
Betty Brikowski .... wardrobe supervisor: Washington D.C.
Patricia Hanley Cumming .... set costumer (as Pat Hanley-Cumming)
Michele Harney .... set wardrobe supervisor
Shelly Shaw .... set costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Bob Allen .... first assistant editor
George Cunningham .... apprentice editor
Jo Anne Finan .... negative cutter
Todd Fulkerson .... second assistant editor
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Tai Zimmer .... second assistant editor
Location Management
David Flaherty .... location manager
Brad Alexander Flores .... assistant location manager
Peggy Pridemore .... location manager: Washington D.C.
Laurance Wiese .... location production assistant (as Laurence Wiese)
Mike Fountain .... assistant location manager: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Keith Park .... location production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Sandy DeCrescent .... music contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Charles Martin Inouye .... music editor (as Chuck Martin Inouye)
Don Nemitz .... orchestrator
Ralph Sall .... music supervisor
Terry Wilson .... music editor
Brad Dechter .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Danielle Fredrickson .... transportation dispatcher: Washington D.C.
Manny Quinones .... transportation captain: Washington D.C.
Frank Tenaglia .... transportation captain
Robert Tenaglia .... transportation coordinator
Gilbert Young .... transportation co-captain: Washington D.C.
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car (uncredited)
Douglas A. Walk .... driver: honeywagon (uncredited)
Other crew
Michael Battaglia .... unit publicist
D.J. Carson .... assistant: Mr. Coatsworth
Lee Cole .... aerial coordinator
Greg Eby .... assistant accountant
Wendy Gaboury .... assistant accountant
Jonathan Gould .... production assistant
Philip Harrelson .... production assistant (as Phillip Harrelson)
Violetta Hessing .... dog handler
Daniel Hewett .... assistant accountant
Kara Hiltz .... production assistant
Ryan Howard .... production assistant
Dione Kane .... assistant production coordinator
Larry Keating .... production assistant
Susan Marucci .... script supervisor
Howard Samuelsohn .... speech coach: Mr. Hedaya
Nina Saxon .... title designer: main and end titles, New Wave Entertainment
Susanne Schlomer .... assistant: Andrew Fleming
Robert R. Snow .... technical advisor: White House (as Bob Snow)
Jack Stern .... tutor: Ms. Dunst
Billy Stewart .... production assistant
Timothy Storey .... production coordinator (as Timothy M. Storey)
Elaine Thurston .... production accountant
Tom Tobin .... production assistant
Michael Welch .... assistant: Gale Anne Hurd
Jonathan Zurer .... production coordinator: Washington D.C.
Bohnie Avanzino .... title designer: New Wave Entertainment (uncredited)
Katherine Dorrer .... production secretary: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Elissa Ewalt .... production assistant: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Katharine Gray .... clearance coordinator (uncredited)
A.W. Gryphon .... production coordinator: Los Angeles, re-shoots (uncredited)
Eric Morgan .... production assistant: Washington D.C. (uncredited)
Dana Reznik .... photo double: Kirsten Dunst (uncredited)
Charles Taylor .... armorer (uncredited)
John Dean .... special thanks
Tracie Graham-Rice .... special thanks (as Tracie Graham Rice)
Crew verified as complete

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Rated PG-13 for sex-related humor, drug content and language
94 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:12 | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:AA (Ontario) | Finland:K-3 (2001 reform re-rating) | Finland:S (2012 reform re-rating) | France:Tous publics | Germany:6 | Iceland:L | Mexico:B | Peru:14 | Portugal:M/12 (video premiere) | Singapore:PG | Singapore:PG13 (re-rating) | South Korea:15 | Spain:T | UK:12 | USA:PG-13 (certificate #36541)

Did You Know?

When Helen and Roderick tell Arlene how they met they talk about how they literally crashed into each other and how they said to each other "your peanut butter is in my chocolate and your chocolate is in my peanut butter". This is a reference to the 1970's commercials for Reese Peanut Butter Cups which told us how they were invented.See more »
Anachronisms: Arlene is using opera glasses to spy on the Haldeman's house.See more »
Betsy Jobs:Are you the President's dog trainer?
John Dean:I'm John Dean, Chief White House Counsel.
Betsy Jobs:Oh. That's too bad.
See more »
Movie Connections:
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** Great Soundtrack ** Great Acting ** Best if you're over 35**, 13 July 2005
Author: TequilaMockingbird63 from United States

I just saw this movie for the first time today and I was so absolutely impressed how FUN it was. The absurd explanations as to what 'may' have gone on during the Watergate scandal?! funny funny funny! Michelle Williams I was particularly impressed with. Her fumbling 15 year old quirks and adolescent insecurities were right on target and I really connected with her character. Myself being only about 9 years old when Watergate happened, I even found myself 'googling' the actual trial and the *real* facts just to re-familiarize myself with what now just seems a sort of faded time warp. Reading the *real* events I found myself feeling patriotic remembering a time that seemed so long ago (Vietnam etc.) but then sadly realizing here we are right smack dab doing what we thought we'd never repeat. (Iraq). But hey, this is supposed to be a Positive review of the film so lets get back on the soul train. I have to say I LOVED the soundtrack!!!! each song was a total flashback of my childhood. "Popcorn" by Hot Butter - "Hooked on a Feeling" by Blue Suede - "Come and Get Your Love" by Redbone - and esp "Loves Theme" by Love Unlimited Orchestra with that sexy unforgettable wakka wakka guitar sound and sadly outdated violin orchestra. Do yourself a favor. Rent this film if you want to enjoy a 90 minute flashback of a very clever send up of of real event. 9 out of 10

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