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|Named Person:||John M Cunningham|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carl Foreman; Fred Zinnemann; Gary Cooper; Grace, Princess of Monaco; Thomas Mitchell; Lloyd Bridges; Katy Jurado; Lon Chaney, Jr.; Harry Morgan; Lee Van Cleef; Leonard Maltin; John M Cunningham; Republic Pictures Corporation.; Stanley Kramer Productions.; United Artists Corporation.; Republic Entertainment Inc.
|Language Note:||In English with optional soundtracks in French or Spanish; optional subtitles in French or Spanish; closed-captioned in English for the hearing impaired.|
|Notes:||Based on the magazine story: The tin star / by John W. Cunningham.
Originally released as motion picture in 1952.
THX digitally mastered from the original film negative.
Special features: theatrical trailer, The making of High noon hosted by Leonard Maltin ((22 min.) : col. with b&w sequences), production stills.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Floyd Crosby; editor, Elmo Williams; Dimitri Tiomkin, music.|
|Cast:||Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado, Lon Chaney, Henry Morgan, Lee Van Cleef.|
|Awards:||Academy Awards, 1953: Best actor (Cooper), Best editing, Best score, Best original song.
National Film Registry selection, 1989.
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 107 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC; Dolby digital.|
|Series Title:||Silver screen classics.|
|Other Titles:||Making of High noon.
High noon (Motion picture)
|Responsibility:||Stanley Kramer Productions presents a United Artists release ; screenplay by Carl Foreman ; directed by Fred Zinnemann.|
A retired marshal's wedding is interrupted when he learns a killer he had sent to jail will return to town on the noon train to seek revenge. The townspeople refuse to help him, so he is forced to take up his badge and guns again, alienating his new bride, a Quaker who is opposed to violence.
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