Walter Coblenz


Biography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

All The President's Men (1976) - Somebody Got To Her Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) in the Washington Post newsroom, decide to follow up on damning calls to the White House, in Alan J. Pakula's All The President's Men, 1976, from Woodward and Bernstein's book and William Goldman's screenplay.
All The President's Men (1976) - Possible Burglary The security guard is Frank Wills, the actual guy, who called in the Watergate burglary, staged by director Alan J. Pakula, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam and Dustin Hoffman also introduced, in the 1976 version of the Woodward & Bernstein book, All The President's Men.
All The President's Men (1976) - You Haven't Got It Discussed but not seen until now, Jason Robards Jr. in his Academy Award-winning role as Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, shoots down the first story he’s seen by Woodward and Bernstein (Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman), Jack Warden as overruled Rosenfeld, in Alan J. Pakula’s All The President’s Men, 1976.
All The President's Men (1976) - This Is Difficult For Me Extended single take from director Alan J. Pakula and frequent collaborator Robert Redford, as reporter Bob Woodward, recounting a crucial moment in the Watergate investigation, Dustin Hoffman as Carl Bernstein, from All The President's Men, 1976.
All The President's Men - Follow The Money Reporter Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) in his first shadowy face-to-face encounter with source "Deep Throat" (Hal Holbrook), with a famous admonition, in Alan J. Pakula's All The President's Men, 1976.
Onion Field, The - Probable Cause On routine patrol, Hettinger (John Savage) and Campbell (Ted Danson) pull over nervous Jimmy (Franklyn Seales) and Powell (James Woods), a fateful encounter in The Onion Field, from Joseph Wambaugh's book and screenplay.
Onion Field, The - Youngblood Speedy introduction of ex-con's Jimmy (Franklyn Seales) and Powell (James Woods) through mutual friend Billy (Lee Weaver) in 1963 Los Angeles, in director Harold Becker's The Onion Field, 1979.
All The President's Men - June 1, 1972 No mistake, several seconds of blank silence, leading to the all-news opening of Alan J. Pakula's dramatization of the Woodward & Bernstein book All The President's Men, 1976, starring Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman.

Bibliography