This pre-Watergate satire, like the 1972 Philip Roth novel Our Gang
, points out what America would soon be learning: Our President was indeed a crook. Resin plays the young Richard Nixon, an "aw-shucks" boy-next-door type. He answers an advertisement for a Congressional candidate and
becomes subject to Glifford, Garrett, and Forrest, a trio of unholy advisers. After some political failures, they advise the hopeful to submit to some plastic surgery under the knife of facial reconstruction whiz Carradine (the same job he held in MYRA BRECKENRIDGE). The result is a new Nixon,
played by Richard M. Dixon, a popular Nixon look-alike who had steady work from 1968 t...