The Final Days (film)

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The Final Days
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DVD Cover
Directed by Richard Pearce
Produced by Stuart Samuels
Richard L. O'Connor
Written by Novel:
  Bob Woodward
  Carl Bernstein
Teleplay:
  Hugh Whitemore
Starring Lane Smith
Richard Kiley
Cinematography Fred Murphy
Edited by Bill Yahraus
Release dates 29 October 1989
Running time 150 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Final Days is a 1989 television movie adaptation of the book written by Bob Woodward, and Carl Bernstein. The movie is directed by Richard Pearce and follows the events in the Nixon White House after the Washington Post's Watergate revelations.

Featured cast[edit]

Actor Role
Theodore Bikel Henry Kissinger
Susan Brown Pat Nixon
Ed Flanders Leonard Garment
Richard Kiley J. Fred Buzhardt
Jeff Perry Committee Investigator
James Sikking Elliot Richardson
Gary Sinise Richard Ben-Veniste
Lane Smith Richard Nixon
David Ogden Stiers Alexander Haig
Paul Yeuell Stephen Bull

Awards and nominations[edit]

1990 Casting Society of America (Artios)[edit]

1990 Emmy Awards[edit]

1990 Golden Globe Awards[edit]

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