I want to see this : David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon (1977) How ?

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I want to see this : David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon (1977) How ?
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Bill Davis

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They were released as a DVD set which you can buy on Ebay, or maybe maybe your librarian can help you obtain those by interlibrary loan, and I saw where Grinnell College was streaming them, but you may have to be a student there to see them, or maybe other entities you can access are streaming them as well. 

As an aside, I recently watched John Dean's 5 days of testimony here:

http://americanarchive.org/exhibits/watergate/the-watergate-coverage

And even though I knew a lot about Watergate I was still stunned by the crimes that were being committed by the Nixon White House, including break-ins, buggings,  money laundering, perjury,  and all kinds of obstruction of justice and unethical activities, and that even after Dean spelled it all out it was another 14  months before Nixon resigned.  What a nightmare.
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So here on IMDB what we can and could see ? I find this movie on youtube, by example ... what do I need IMDB for ?

Sorry for my Yoda apprentice approach as for my Yoda English Style as well !
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YouTube streams programs, IMDb shows credits, far beyond what is shown on YouTube. it is as simple as that.
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IMDB stands for the Internet Movie Data Base.  It's a place to find credit information on movies, actors,  production staff,  and so forth.  It's not a place to view things like YouTube or Netflix.

The original Frost-Nixon Interviews were broadcast in 4 parts, with a 5th later broadcast.   Frost/Nixon was a popular play about those interviews that was made into a movie in 2008.
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OK !
Thanks Vincent, even for me wasn't as simple as that, I understand what youtube done (mainly a place where you could see video's, and really I did not understand what credit are you talking about what IMDB show ...

Thanks Bill, now I get it, IMDB is a Data Base not a place where I could watch video's (movies) as I think.
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Did you use Google's Video search?