Identify the speaker and scene of each of the following lines in All the President's Men:
"Can you tell me why your name and address was in the address books of the burglars at Watergate?"
"People aren't talking, and it's the way they're not talking that's unnatural."
"Get to him before the New York Times does."
"We're stuck. The story has stalled on us."
"That should tell you a lot."
"The trick is not minding."
"Forget the myths that the media has created about the White House. These guys are not too bright."
"Things have gotten out of hand."
"Follow the money."
"Everyone is involved."
"I never worked for Sloane or Stans."
"Did you know it was this kind of money?"
"I can't be positive that it [the money] was used for the break-in."
"The list was destroyed."
"How were the people paid out?"
As you watch the movie, answer the following questions:
What strange information does Bob Woodward discover at the arraignment for the Watergate burglars?
Who is Charles Colson, and how do the reporters discover his name?
What was Howard Hunt's job at the law office?
What is strange about the reporters' communication with the White House librarian?
What happened to Gordon Liddy?
Who is Kenneth H. Dahlberg, and what is his relation to the money in the scandal?