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The Last Debate (5-Nov-2000)

Director: John Badham

Writer: Jon Maas

Based on a book: The Last Debate by Jim Lehrer

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Badham
Film Director
25-Aug-1939   Saturday Night Fever
Fred Barnes
TV Personality
1-Feb-1943   Fox News regular
Paul Begala
Government
12-May-1961   Helped get Clinton elected
David Brooks
Columnist
11-Aug-1961   Shields and Brooks
Eleanor Clift
Journalist
7-Jul-1940   Madam President
E. J. Dionne
Journalist
23-Apr-1952   The Washington Post
David Dreier
Politician
5-Jul-1952   Congressman, California 26th
Peter Gallagher
Actor
19-Aug-1955   American Beauty
James Garner
Actor
7-Apr-1928   Jim Rockford on Rockford Files
Paul Gigot
Columnist
1955   Wall Street Journal columnist
Dorian Harewood
Actor
6-Aug-1950   Full Metal Jacket
Frank Luntz
Pundit
23-Feb-1962   Republican pollster, strategist
Audra McDonald
Actor
3-Jul-1970   A Raisin in the Sun
Susan Molinari
Politician
27-Mar-1958   Congresswoman from New York, 1990-97
Donna Murphy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   The King and I
Robert Novak
Columnist
26-Feb-1931 18-Aug-2009 Conservative ideologue, outed Valerie Plame
Jim Pinkerton
Pundit
11-Mar-1958   Fox News Watch
Charles Rangel
Politician
11-Jun-1930   Congressman, New York 15th
Mark Shields
Columnist
25-May-1937   Shields and Brooks
Stephen Young
Actor
19-May-1939   Ben Caldwell on Judd for the Defense

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