Goldwyn (Fitz) in a scene from his television series 'Scandal.'
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Thirty-five years ago Monday, Richard Nixon's re-election campaign approved plans to bug Democratic Party offices at the Watergate complex, setting in motion the most notorious political scandal in U.S. history. Five members of the covert "White House Plumbers" taskforce were arrested six weeks later burglarizing the building in Washington, and FBI agents established that the break-in stemmed from a sabotage campaign on behalf of Nixon.The cast includes Liam Neeson as Felt, Tony Goldwyn and Diane Lane.Felt was a longtime deputy to FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover and was passed over to take over the bureau when its founding director died in in May 1972 .The movie will reaffirm Goldwyn's political chops after five years in "Scandal".Next up for Goldwyn is horror movie "The Belko Experiment".
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