The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover Trailer

The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover Trailer (1977)

"Not all the files were destroyed" 01 December 1977 112 mins

The files that escaped the shredder have become an incredible motion picture. From the Kennedys to Martin Luther King. From cab drivers to Congressmen. From housewives to hostesses. He had something on 58 million people. It was all in his files. Now you can see how he used it.

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Cast

Broderick Crawford

as J. Edgar Hoover

James Wainwright

as Young Hoover

Michael Parks

as Robert F. Kennedy

José Ferrer

as Lionel McCoy

Rip Torn

as Dwight Webb

Ronee Blakley

as Carrie DeWitt

Hanns Manship

as FBI agent

Celeste Holm

as Florence Hollister

Dan Dailey

as Clyde Tolson

Howard Da Silva

as Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt

John Marley

as Dave Hindley

Michael Sacks

as Melvin Purvis

Raymond St. Jacques

as Martin Luther King

June Havoc

as Hoover's Mother

Lloyd Nolan

as Attorney General Harlan Stone

Andrew Duggan

as Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson

Crew

Larry Cohen

Director

Ve Neill

Ve Neill Makeup Artist

International Releases Dates

United States 01 December 1977

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