McClure and Alfred E.
It was also loosely based on the life of Montana U.
Everyone in the film — except for Jefferson Smith and his tiny cadre of believers — is either in the pay of the political machine run by Edward Arnold's James Taylor or complicit in Taylor's corruption through their silence, and they all sit by as innocent people, including children, are brutalized and intimidated, rights are violated, and the government is brought to a halt".
Even the was reproduced in minute detail, but the major effort went into a faithful reproduction of the Senate Chamber on the Columbia lot.
Paine then advises Smith to keep silent about the matter.
They used to be practically nothing, just small images that could be closed.