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Calgary Sun
’Mark Felt’ Review: A look at the man behind Deep Throatwhomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that t
Calgary Sun / Posted 6 days ago
whomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that top position in favour of Nixon favourite L. Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas) — a mighty snub that sows the seed of discontentment in Felt. A little over a month after... Read more
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Flint Township View
Adopt-A-Pet Hosts The Howling: Haunted Trail & Halloween Party | October 12, 2017toward the care of our animals. The event is sponsored by John P. O’Sullivan Di
Flint Township View / Posted 7 days ago
toward the care of our animals. The event is sponsored by John P. O’Sullivan Distributing Co., Wag & Purr Pet Boarding, Kerning Advertising, C. Patrick Gray, DDS, The Cupcake Lady, Dawn Placek—Legacy Realty Professional, and The Home Depot—... Read more
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Philly.com
'Mark Felt: The Man who Brought Down the White House': Not deeply feltwanted the investigation stopped, and so bypassed an uncooperative Felt and ins
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
wanted the investigation stopped, and so bypassed an uncooperative Felt and installed its own hand-picked man, L. Patrick Gray (Martin Csokas) to replace Hoover. Felt (correctly) regarded Gray as a Nixon ally installed to monitor the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
‘Deep Throat’ revealed, at last!FBI director, when John Edgar Hoover died in 1972 in only the third scene in th
Pilipino Star / Posted 9 days ago
FBI director, when John Edgar Hoover died in 1972 in only the third scene in the film and President Nixon promoted Louis Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas), an outsider. Gray was a submarine commander in the navy and had no law enforcement experience.... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Liam Neeson’s ‘Mark Felt’ puts Deep Throat in the spotlight[FBI] job when Hoover died. He was a committed FBI guy for 30 years. And then t
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
[FBI] job when Hoover died. He was a committed FBI guy for 30 years. And then the White House administration brought in Patrick Gray, who was a submarine commander! He had nothing to do with the FBI! So I think Felt and his cohorts were hurt and... Read more
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New York Post
This movie managed to make Deep Throat boringis a veteran FBI special agent dismayed when he’s passed over to replace late c
New York Post / Posted 20 days ago
is a veteran FBI special agent dismayed when he’s passed over to replace late chief J. Edgar Hoover. The new appointee, L. Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas), is beholden to the president in a way that infuriates Felt — inasmuch as Neeson’s muted... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Deep Throat drama 'Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House' stays mostly on the surfaceturns out, Hoover will be dead in less than a month, and rather than succeeding
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
turns out, Hoover will be dead in less than a month, and rather than succeeding his boss, Felt will be passed over for L. Patrick Gray III (Marton Csokas), a close Nixon ally. It’s an act of pure cronyism but also a defensive tactic against Felt,... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
'Mark Felt' looks at the man behind Deep Throatwhomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that t
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 22 days ago
whomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that top position in favor of Nixon favorite L. Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas) — a mighty snub that sows the seed of discontentment in Felt. A little over a month after... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Review: 'Mark Felt' looks at the man behind Deep Throathe is — a "golden retriever" for whomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover die
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 22 days ago
he is — a "golden retriever" for whomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that top position in favor of Nixon favorite L. Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas) — a mighty snub that sows the seed of discontentmen... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Review: 'Mark Felt' looks at the man behind Deep Throatwhomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that t
The Register Citizen / Posted 22 days ago
whomever is in power. When J. Edgar Hoover dies, Felt is passed over for that top position in favor of Nixon favorite L. Patrick Gray (Marton Csokas) — a mighty snub that sows the seed of discontentment in Felt. A little over a month after... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
'Mark Felt' film prompts questions of Deep Throat's rolewhich will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the
Rapid City Journal / Posted 22 days ago
which will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the FBI. Nixon nominated a longtime loyalist, L. Patrick Gray as acting director after the death of J. Edgar Hoover. A loyal servant to Hoover and ardent defender of the... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
'Mark Felt' film prompts questions of Deep Throat's rolewhich will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 22 days ago
which will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the FBI. Nixon nominated a longtime loyalist, L. Patrick Gray as acting director after the death of J. Edgar Hoover. A loyal servant to Hoover and ardent defender of the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
'Mark Felt' film prompts questions of Deep Throat's rolewhich will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 22 days ago
which will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the FBI. Nixon nominated a longtime loyalist, L. Patrick Gray as acting director after the death of J. Edgar Hoover. A loyal servant to Hoover and ardent defender of the... Read more
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The Register Citizen
'Mark Felt' film prompts questions of Deep Throat's rolewhich will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the
The Register Citizen / Posted 22 days ago
which will be released on Friday, focuses heavily on Felt's battles within the FBI. Nixon nominated a longtime loyalist, L. Patrick Gray as acting director after the death of J. Edgar Hoover. A loyal servant to Hoover and ardent defender of the... Read more
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Newsweek
'Mark Felt' film director talks FBI heroes, Watergate's continued relevance—and James Comey for president?Watergate coverup]. Felt went to Smith and dropped the wiretap story that’s in
Newsweek / Posted 29 days ago
Watergate coverup]. Felt went to Smith and dropped the wiretap story that’s in the movie. That was the story that forced L. Patrick Gray [the Nixon-nominated acting FBI director after Hoover] to fall apart in [his confirmation] hearings. Felt knew... Read more

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