I remember it vividly. It was excellent. It aired as a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation in 1971, and it gave David Burns the chance to preserve what was an incredible stage performance. In fact, it won him an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actor. And Scott (who famously refused his Oscar) won the Best Actor as well, only a year after "Patton," but this time made no discernable statement regarding whether he'd accept it or not. In addition to Scott, Dewhurst and Burns, Barry Sullivan played the fourth role. It also won an Emmy for its director, George Schaeffer, though surprisingly it lost the Best Drama Special to a PBS broadcast of Saul Levitt's Broadway play, "The Andersonville Trial." Perhaps one day both will be released for purchase on a DVD or stream someplace.