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Blind Ambition


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First of a four-part drama portraying the Watergate crisis as seen by one man, John Dean.
Starring Martin Sheen
Theresa Russell
Rip Torn
31 March 1973. John Dean , special counsel to the President, calls a meeting with his attorney. He's decided the time has come to explain all he knows about Watergate. See today's choices.


Unknown: John Dean.
Unknown: Martin Sheen
Unknown: Theresa Russell
Unknown: John Dean
John Dean: Martin Sheen
Maureen Dean: Theresa Russell
Richard M Nixon: Rip Torn
HR Haldeman: Lawrence Pressman
John Ehrlichman: Graham Jarvis
Charles Shaffer: Ed Flanders
John Mitchell: John Randolph
Charles: Colson Michaelcallan
C Gordon Liddy: William Daniels
J Edgar Hoover: Logan Ramsey
JohnJCaufield: Gerald So'Loughlin
L Patrick Gray: Lonny Chapman
Jeb Stuart Magruder: Christopher Guest
Fred Fielding: Clifford David
Donald Segretti: Fred Grandy

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