Triumphant in Victory, Bitter in Defeat. He Changed the World, But Lost a Nation.

Categories: History, Drama
A look at President Richard M. Nixon—a man carrying the fate of the world on his shoulders while battling the self-destructive demands from within—spanning his troubled boyhood in California to the shocking Watergate scandal that would end his Presidency.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1995-12-22
Run time: 192 minute / 3:12
Budget: $44,000,000
Revenue: $13,681,765
Director: Oliver Stone
Writers: Oliver Stone, Christopher Wilkinson, Stephen J. Rivele.
Production Companies : Cinergi Pictures Entertainment, Hollywood Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Anthony Hopkins
as Richard 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
Tony Goldwyn
as Harold Nixon
Larry Hagman
as Jack Jones
Edward Herrmann
as Nelson Rockefeller
Madeline Kahn
as Martha Mitchell
Dan Hedaya
as Trini Cardoza
Tony Lo Bianco
as Johnny Roselli
Tony Plana
as Manolo Sanchez
Saul Rubinek
as Herb Klein
Robert Beltran
as Frank Sturgis
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
Corey Carrier
as Richard Nixon, 12 Years Old
John Bedford Lloyd
as Cuban Man
James Pickens Jr.
as Black Orator
Bridgette Wilson
as Sandy
Ric Young
as Mao Tse-Tung
Tom Bower
as Frank Nixon
Wilson Cruz
as Joaquin
Michelle Krusiec
as Student #2
Bai Ling
as Chinese Interpreter
Marley Shelton
as Tricia Nixon Cox
James Karen
as Bill Rogers
Boris Sichkin
as Leonid Brezhnev
Jon Tenney
as Reporter #1
Sam Waterston
as Richard Helms
Winston Churchill
as Self (archive footage)
Hillary Clinton
as Self (archive footage)
Bill Clinton
as Self (archive footage)
Rosalynn Carter
as Self (archive footage)
Jimmy Carter
as Self (archive footage)
George H. W. Bush
as Self (archive footage)
Barbara Bush
as Self (archive footage)
Dwight D. Eisenhower
as Self (archive footage)
Mamie Eisenhower
as Self (archive footage)
Betty Ford
as Self (archive footage)
Gerald Ford
as Self (archive footage)
Pat Nixon
as Self (archive footage)
Richard Nixon
as Self (archive footage)
King George VI of the United Kingdom
as Self (archive footage)
Nancy Reagan
as Self (archive footage)
Ronald Reagan
as Self (archive footage)
John Williams Original Music Composer

Robert Richardson Director of Photography

Victor Kempster Production Design

Oliver Stone Screenplay

Oliver Stone Director

Oliver Stone Producer

Donald B. Woodruff Art Direction

Richard Rutowski Associate Producer
Clayton Townsend Producer

Hank Corwin Editor
Brian Berdan Editor

Dan Halsted Producer

Merideth Boswell Set Decoration

Dino Dimuro Sound Effects Editor

Richard F. Mays Art Direction

Lon Bender Sound

Christopher Wilkinson Screenplay
Stephen J. Rivele Screenplay

Andrew G. Vajna Producer

Paul Massey Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Chris David Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Costume & Make-Up
Richard Hornung Costume Design

Gregg Baxter Supervising Sound Editor
Nancy MacLeod Sound Effects Editor
Wylie Stateman Supervising Sound Editor
Mark Lanza Sound Effects Editor
Kelly Oxford Sound Effects Editor
David MacMillan Sound Mixer
Rubén Domingo Sound Editor

Margery Zweizig Art Direction

David Baldwin Sound Effects Editor
Charlotte Haupt Sound Editor

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