Otto Preminger's 1955 The Court-martial of Billy Mitchell, has held up decently over the decades. While it's no classic, it's an interesting example of an early-ish CinemaScope production, combined with Warner Bros.' every-lovely WarnerColor process.
Fortunately, here printer functions have been short cut here, as opposed to some later WC productions. They've been handled nicely.
Color looks below acceptable, as fade has reared its ugly head, but the Blu-ray is serviceable, and might have been brought back, if a few elements were available.
Minus density, the every-looming problem we see constantly with Olive releases, with few exceptions, is back here, and in spades. There are some bits of neg dirt through which one could drive a decent sized Buick. Not good.
Audio is fine, but only monaural. Apparently the original stereo has deteriorated or masters re-used for newer productions.
An nice production, especially for Cooper fans.
Image - 2.25
Audio - 3