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Advise & Consent (1962)
Otto Preminger directs a political story of devious and ruthless government officials trying to make backroom deals. The president (Franchot Tone) wants to appoint a controversial man (Henry Fonda) to be Secretary of State. The action takes place among the Senate subcommittee and the bickering leads to devious games and ruined careers. Advise & Consent was considered to be very daring and shocking when released. It still holds up.
Charles Laughton, Peter Lawford, Walter Pidgeon, and Gene Tierney play key roles.