Dir. Michael Ritchie (1972). Robert Redford's vehicle The Candidate and managed to garner real followers, if not votes, for their imaginary candidates. Indeed, it was thanks to The Candidate's satire of image politics that a good-looking if dimwitted law student named Dan Quayle decided to follow his electoral destiny.
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