I enjoyed watching the movie from my youth; but I was expecting to have some extras on the blue-ray (I sure paid enough for that) about the death of Victor Morrrow and the two Veitnamese kids who lost their lives making this movie, to who this movie was dedicated, as well as Rod Serling. I guess the legal department who made this blue-ray disc couldn't divulge those deaths and kept what ws in the past in the past.
Risible script based on a doorstop novel by Henry Morton Robinson, but handled by Preminger with tremendous panache; worth seeing just for the incredible skill and flair with which he stages the action and moves the camera.
The settings are powerfully like real. A Senate hearing room, the Senate itself, a party home in immediate Washington and varying apartments plus a place in DC suburbia all have the look of genuineness.