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[on the significance of the movie All the President's Men
(1976)] "No less acute [an] observer of American politics than Governor Ronald Reagan
of California said that he thought the movie eventually cost Gerald Ford
the presidency against Jimmy Carter
, because the film's release in April 1976 and its long run flushed to the surface again all the realities of Watergate that the Republicans had ...
In 2000, published a sequel to his famous (some would say infamous) 1982 book "Adventures in the Screen Trade", titled "Which Lie Did I Tell?".