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    High Noon

    Former marshal Will Kane is preparing to leave with his new bride, Amy, when he learns that local criminal, his deadly enemy, has been set free, is coming to seek revenge and his own town refuses to help him.
    Duration: 85 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 1952
    IMDb: 7.9
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  • Actors of "High Noon"

  • Characters of "High Noon"

    Marshal Will Kane. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Gary Cooper
    Mayor Jonas Henderson. Character of High Noon
    Harvey Pell. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Lloyd Bridges
    Helen Ram. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Katy Jurado
    Amy Fowler Kane. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Grace Kelly
    Judge Percy Mettrick. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Otto Kruger
    Martin Howe. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Lon Chaney Jr.
    Sam Fuller. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Harry Morgan
    Frank Miller. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Ian MacDonald
    Mildred Fuller. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Eve McVeagh
    Minister. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Morgan Farley
    Cooper. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Harry Shannon
    Jack Colby. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Lee Van Cleef
    Jim Pierce. Character of High Noon
    Ben Miller. Character of High Noon
    Played by: Sheb Wooley
  • Directors of "High Noon"

    Fred Zinnemann. Director of High Noon
    Fred Zinnemann
    Birthdate: 29 April 1907, Rzeszów, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
  • Creators of "High Noon"

    Carl Foreman. Director of High Noon
    Carl Foreman
    Birthdate: 23 July 1914, Chicago, Illinois, USA
    John W. Cunningham. Director of High Noon
    John W. Cunningham
    Birthdate: 28 July 1915
  • Critic Reviews of "High Noon"

    TIME Magazine
    July 26, 2011

    High Noon combines its points about good citizenship with some excellent picturemaking.

    October 18, 2008

    Zinnemann carefully and deliberately makes the most of the mood cast by the threat of impending violence.

    Chicago Reader
    September 04, 2007

    Some of the results ring false, but the memorable theme song and some equally memorable character acting (by Thomas Mitchell and Lon Chaney Jr. more than Lloyd Bridges and Katy Jurado) help things along.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    High Noon won a fistful of Oscars, but in these days of pasteboard screen machismo, it's worth seeing simply as the anatomy of what it took to make a man before the myth turned sour.

    Village Voice
    April 27, 2004

    More than a half-century later, Foreman was right after all: High Noon is a scorching and sour portrait of American complacence and capacity for collaborationism.

    Washington Post
    May 30, 2003

    Regarded as '50s melodrama, it's nearly perfect.

    Film Inquiry
    February 22, 2017

    High Noon reflected the heightened fear of the Soviets in the '50s, now similar to the xenophobia that has been raised and further inflamed by our political leaders.
    January 03, 2016

    Deserving of its classic western status... although for a movie predicated on its titular twelve o'clock showdown, the gunfight itself is oddly anticlimactic.

    Combustible Celluloid
    August 22, 2012

    High Noon isn't really a masterpiece, and if you're a fan of more honest Westerns, it's hard not to notice Zinnemann's general lack of interest throughout. But it is a tense, effective little film.

    July 26, 2011

    File under 'classic'.

    Empire Magazine
    July 26, 2011

    Deserving of its label as a true classic, and essential viewing.

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