Tag Archives: The Candidate 1972

TCM: The Candidate (1972) Natalie Wood’s Cameo

“After winning the California Democratic primary, U.S. Senate candidate McKay (Robert Redford, who recruited his friend and former co-star for this appearance) meets Natalie Wood, his wife (Karen Carlson) and campaign manager (Peter Boyle) in tow, in Michael Ritchie’s The … Continue reading

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Nevada Kubrick: Video: The Candidate 1972: The Jarman-McKay Debate

Derik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter Even with Bill McKay’s wishy-washy answer to the first question in this debate, this is still my favorite scene in a great movie about the classic … Continue reading

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Retro Trailer Spot: Video: The Candidate 1972 Official Trailer

Derik Schneider on Google+ The New Democrat on Facebook The New Democrat on Twitter I love the movie The Candidate for several reasons.  Perhaps the main one is that it has given me an idea for a book about an … Continue reading

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Sommer 57: Video: What the Ideal American Political Candidate Looks Like

. This post was originally posted at FRS Citizen Journal on WordPress The movie The Candidate from 1972 where Robert Redford plays a young idealistic Progressive Senate candidate, who gets the Democratic nomination for this California Senate seat, running up … Continue reading

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