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Nixon (1995)

A biographical tale of past U.S. president Richard Milhous Nixon, delight in his life since a tender boy to his ultimate presidency which did inside shame.

Director : Oliver Stone

Release Date : 1995

Genre : Biography, Drama

Cast : Anthony Hopkins as Richard M. Nixon, Joan Allen as Pat Nixon, Powers Boothe as Alexander Haig, Ed Harris as E. Howard Hunt, Bob Hoskins as J. Edgar Hoover, E.G. Marshall as John Mitchell, David Paymer as Ron Ziegler, David Hyde Pierce as John Dean, Paul Sorvino as Henry Kissinger, Mary Steenburgen as Hannah Nixon, J.T. Walsh as John Ehrlichman, James Woods as H.R. Haldeman, Brian Bedford as Clyde Tolson, Kevin Dunn as Charles Colson, Fyvush Finkel as Murray Chotiner, Annabeth Gish as Julie Nixon Eisenhower, Tom Bower as Frank Nixon, Tony Goldwyn as Harold Nixon, Larry Hagman as 'Jack Jones', Edward Herrmann as Nelson Rockefeller (as Ed Herrmann), Madeline Kahn as Martha Mitchell, Dan Hedaya as Trini Cardoza, Tony Lo Bianco as Johnny Roselli, Saul Rubinek as Herb Klein, Robert Beltran as Frank Sturgis, Watergate Burglar, John Cunningham as Bob, John Diehl as Gordon Liddy, John C. McGinley as Earl in Training Film, Michael Chiklis as TV Director, David Barry Gray as Richard Nixon, 19 Years Old, Joanna Going as Young Student, George Plimpton as President's Lawyer, Lenny Vullo as Bernard Barker, Watergate Burglar, Corey Carrier as Richard Nixon, 12 Years Old, Ronald von Klaussen as James McCord, Watergate Burglar, John Bedford Lloyd as Cuban Man, Kamar De Los Reyes as Eugenio Martinez, Watergate Burglar, Enrique Castillo as Virgilio Gonzales, Watergate Burglar, James Pickens Jr. as Black Orator (as James Pickens), Victor Rivers as Cuban Plumber, Bridgette Wilson as Sandy (as Bridgitte Wilson), Drew Snyder as Moderator, Ric Young as Mao Tse-Tung, Sean Stone as Donald Nixon, Joshua Preston as Arthur Nixon, Ian Calip as Football Player, Jack Wallace as Football Coach, Julie Condra as Young Pat Nixon (as Julie Condra Douglas), Annette Helde as Happy Rockefeller, Howard Platt as Lawyer at Party, Mike Kennedy as Convention Announcer, Harry Murphy as Fan #1, Suzanne Schnulle Murphy as Fan #2, Michael Kaufman as Fan #3, Pamela Dickerson as Girlfriend, O'Neal Compton as Texas Man, Chris Renna as Family Doctor (as Dr. Christian Renna), Wilson Cruz as Joaquin, Hoover's Servant, Mikey Stone as Edward Nixon, Robert Marshall as Spiro Agnew, Marley Shelton as Tricia Nixon Cox, James Karen as Bill Rogers, Richard Fancy as Mel Laird, Peter Carlin as Student #1, Michelle Krusiec as Student #2, Wass Stevens as Protester, Tom Nicoletti as Secret Service Agent #1, Chuck Pfeiffer as Secret Service Agent #2, Alexander Butterfield as White House Staffer (also archive footage) (as Alex Butterfield), Mark Steines as White House Security, Bai Ling as Chinese Interpreter, Peter P. Starson Jr. as Air Force One Steward, Jon Tenney as Reporter #1, Julie Araskog as Reporter #2, Ray Wills as Reporter #3, John Bellucci as Reporter #4, Zoey Zimmerman as Reporter #5, Mary Rudolph as Rosemary Woods, Clayton Townsend as Floor Manager #1, Donna Dixon as Maureen Dean, John Stockwell as Staffer #1, Charles Haugk as Staffer #2, Boris Sichkin as Leonid Brezhnev, Fima Noveck as Andre Gromyko, Raissa Danilova as Russian Interpreter, Marilyn Rockafellow as Helen Smith, Bill Bolender as Bethesda Doctor, Melinda Renna as Bethesda Nurse Dean Acheson as Himself (archive footage), Salvador Allende as Himself – with Mother and Infant (archive footage), Robert Bork as Himself – at Time of Saturday Night Massacre (archive footage), Arthur Bremer as Himself – Shooting Wallace (archive footage), David Brinkley as Himself – Reporting FBI Findings on Dean and Hunt (voice) (archive footage), Edmund G. Brown as Himself – Running against Nixon / Meeting with JFK (archive footage), Barbara Bush as Herself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), George Bush as Himself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Jimmy Carter as Himself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Rosalynn Carter as Herself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Fidel Castro as Himself – Smoking Cigar (archive footage), Whittaker Chambers as Himself – Testifying before HUAC (archive footage), Bill Clinton as Himself – Eulogizing Nixon (archive footage), Hillary Rodham Clinton as Herself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Nellie Connally as Herself – Leaving Air Force One after JFK (archive footage), Archibald Cox as Himself – with Elliott Richardson (archive footage), Edward Cox as Himself – at Helicopter after Resignation (archive footage), Nancy Davis as Herself – Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Bob Dole as Himself – Eulogizing Nixon (archive footage), Dwight D. Eisenhower as Himself – Returning from WW2 / Throwing Out First Ball / Handshake with JFK (archive footage), Mamie Eisenhower as Herself – with Ike at Republican Convention (archive footage), Daniel Ellsberg as Himself – Discussing Prison Sentence (archive footage), Sam Ervin as Himself – at Senate Watergate Hearing (archive footage), Betty Ford as Herself – when Gerald Becomes President after Nixon Resignation / Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Gerald Ford as Himself – Sworn in as President after Nixon Resignation / Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Helen Gahagan as Herself (runs against Nixon) (archive footage), Angie Gray as Kennedy Staffer, Michael Haddad as White House Worker, Richard Helms as Himself – Leaning Forward to Testify (archive footage), Alger Hiss as Himself – Testifying before HUAC (archive footage), Lyndon Johnson as Himself – in First Speech as President / Attending JFK Funeral / Declining Renomination (archive footage), John Kennedy Jr. as Himself – Arriving for JFK Funeral with LBJ (archive footage), Eunice Kennedy Shriver as Herself – Arriving for JFK Funeral with Ted (archive footage), Caroline Kennedy as Herself – Arriving for JFK Funeral with LBJ (archive footage), Ethel Kennedy as Herself – behind RFK during Final Speech (archive footage), Jacqueline Kennedy as Herself – with Jack in Dallas / Arriving for JFK Funeral (archive footage), John F. Kennedy as Himself – Campaigning / Debating Nixon / Beginning Visit to Dallas (archive footage), Robert F. Kennedy as Himself – in Final Speech / Attending JFK Funeral / Laying Mortally Wounded (archive footage), Ted Kennedy as Himself – Wearing Neck Brace after Chappaquiddick (archive footage), Nikita Khrushchev as Himself – Wearing White Hat (archive footage), King George VI as Himself – with Truman (archive footage), Martin Luther King as Himself (archive footage), Albert Leon as Ringmaster, Dave Mallow as Newscaster Voice (voice), Zedong Mao as Himself – in the 1940s (archive footage), Joseph McCarthy as Himself (archive footage), George McGovern as Himself – Facing the Press (archive footage), Robert McNamara as Himself – Laughing (archive footage), Nicole Nagel as Kissinger's Date, Pat Nixon as Herself – Leaving White House after Resignation (archive footage), Richard Nixon as Himself – Leaving White House after Resignation (archive footage), Tricia Nixon as Herself – at Helicopter after Resignation (archive footage), J. Robert Oppenheimer as Himself – Smoking Cigarette (archive footage), Lee Harvey Oswald as Himself – in Custody (archive footage), Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi as Himself – Handshake with Diplomat (archive footage), Michael Pasby as News Reporter at Press Conference, Tony Plana as Manolo Sanchez, Ronald Reagan as Himself – in Pro-Nixon Speech / Attending Nixon Funeral (archive footage), Elliot Richardson as Himself – with Archibald Cox (archive footage), Eleanor Roosevelt as Herself – Wearing Fur Coat (archive footage), Franklin Delano Roosevelt as Himself – with Socialite (archive footage), Ethel Rosenberg as Herself – Handcuffed with Husband (archive footage), Julius Rosenberg as Himself – Handcuffed with Wife (archive footage), William Ruckelshaus as Himself – at Time of Saturday Night Massacre (archive footage), Adlai Stevenson as Himself – Facing Microphones (archive footage), Oliver Stone as Closing Narration (voice), Robert Taylor as Himself – Testifying before HUAC (archive footage), Harry S. Truman as Himself – with King George (archive footage), George Wallace as Himself – Shot by Bremer / in Wheelchair (archive footage), Earl Warren as Himself – Swearing in JFK (archive footage), Breck Wilson as Hippie

Run Time : 192 min | USA:212 min (director's cut)

Country : USA

Company : Cinergi Pictures Entertainment