YOUR NIGHTLY VIDEO: Bob Woodward Meets Deep Throat in ‘All the President’s Men’

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By: Greg Mitchell

It’s been a busy year for The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward, with fallout from books by and about his old source, Deep Throat, plus Woodward’s surprising involvement in the Plame/CIA leak case and then his blockbuster “State of Denial” book and a new biography of the “Woodstein” team by Alicia Shepard.

So, to relieve some of that stress as 2006 winds down, a step back in time when some of us were quite a bit younger and better-looking: One of the famous “garage ramp” scenes from the classic Alan Pakula film, “All the President’s Men.” Anyone for a sequel?

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Plus, here (according to author Shepard) is what Deep Throat REALLY wants to pass along….

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From yesterday: A Springsteen rarity from the same era, 1973.

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Earlier: A moving tribute to a Marine officer who died two weeks ago escorting journalists in Iraq.

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Even earlier:

Jeff Buckley?s definitive 1995 live performance of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”:

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Click here to watch.


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From yesterday: A moving tribute to a Marine officer who died two weeks ago escorting journalists in Iraq.

Click here to watch.

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Earlier:

Jeff Buckley?s definitive 1995 live performance of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”:

Click here to watch.








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