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Frost/Nixon

Matching wits: 'Frost/Nixon' plays with the history of the famous post-Watergate interviews

Frank Langella (left) as Richard Nixon and Michael Sheen as David Frost in ''Frost/Nixon.'' Frank Langella (left) as Richard Nixon and Michael Sheen as David Frost in ''Frost/Nixon.'' (ralph nelson)
By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / December 12, 2008

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In 1962, bruised and shaken by his loss in California's gubernatorial election, Richard Nixon infamously told the press, "You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore." How wrong can one man have been? Forty-six years later and 14 after his death, we're still kicking Tricky Dick around. He's a generational shibboleth - the dark, graceless hole at the center of ... (Full article: 1187 words)

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