High Noon

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Director: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell

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Release Date: 06/10/2008
UPC: 0017153240856
Original Release: 1952
Rating: NR
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:25:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Disc One: ; Original restored Dolby Digital audio; Enhanced original restored Dolby Digital audio; Auido commentary with Maria Cooper-Janis, Jonathan Foreman, Tim Zinnemann and John Ritter; ; Disc Two: ; "Inside High Noon" - 50-minute documentary on the making of High Noon; "Tex Ritter: A Visit to Carthage, Texas" - portrait piece on the Tex Ritter museum; Full-length Tex Ritter performance of Oscar-winning original song "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin" on the Jimmy Dean TV show; "The Making of High Noon" - featurette; "Behind High Noon" - featurette; Radio broadcast with Tex Ritter

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gary Cooper Will Kane
Grace Kelly Amy Kane
Thomas Mitchell Jonas Henderson
Lloyd Bridges Harvey Pell
Katy Jurado Helen Ramirez
Otto Kruger Percy Mettrick
Lon Chaney Martin Howe
Henry Morgan Sam Fuller
Ian MacDonald Frank Miller
Eve McVeagh Mildred Fuller
Morgan Farley Minister
Harry Shannon Cooper
Lee Van Cleef Jack Colby
Robert J. Wilke James Pierce
Sheb Wooley Ben Miller
Tom London Sam
Ted Stanhope Station Master
Larry Blake Gillis
Jeanne Blackford Mrs. Henderson
James Millican Baker
Cliff Clark Weaver
Ralph Reed Johnny
Lucien Prival Bartender
Guy Beach Fred
Howland Chamberlain Hotel Clerk
Virginia Christine Mrs. Simpson
Jack Elam Charlie
Paul Dubov Scott
Tim Graham Sawyer
Nolan Leary Lewis
Tom Greenway Ezra
Dick Elliott Kibbee
John Doucette Trumbull
Virginia Farmer Mrs. Fletcher
William Newell Jimmy
William "Bill" Phillips Barber
Harry Harvey Coy

Technical Credits
Fred Zinnemann Director
Floyd D.Crosby Cinematographer
Emmett Emerson Asst. Director,Set Decoration/Design
Carl Foreman Producer,Screenwriter
Harry Gerstad Editor
Ben Hayne Art Director
Joe King Costumes/Costume Designer
Stanley Kramer Producer
Gus Norin Makeup
Ann Peck Costumes/Costume Designer
Tex Ritter Songwriter
Jean L. Speak Sound/Sound Designer
Rudolph Sternad Production Designer
Dimitri Tiomkin Score Composer
Murray Waite Set Decoration/Design
Ned Washington Songwriter
Elmo Williams Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- High Noon: Feature Film
1. Paying a Visit [4:09]
2. Wedding Day [4:47]
3. Leaving Town [3:53]
4. Got to Stay [3:23]
5. Have You Forgotten? [3:51]
6. Not Buying It [5:19]
7. Better Get Going [4:09]
8. Asking Questions [3:46]
9. Hard Time [5:15]
10. Not Going Anywhere [4:34]
11. Special Deputies [7:49]
12. All for Nothing [3:36]
13. I Cannot Help You [2:59]
14. Get Out [5:43]
15. No Joke [3:14]
16. Please Let Me [1:57]
17. Train's Coming [2:48]
18. Everything Ready? [3:04]
19. Fight for It [6:43]
20. Got Her Now [3:33]

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High Noon 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
bnbillybob More than 1 year ago
This western set the standard for all others that followed. Director Fred Zinneman does a brilliant job in building almost unbearable suspense. An aging marshall (Gary Cooper) ponders the future with his young bride in anticipation of a revenge-seeking killer and his gang. The clock actually becomes the central focus of the film. Great performances by Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lloyd Bridges and Katy Jurado. A must-see movie for western and suspense fans!
thorsbane More than 1 year ago
Enough said.
JamTheCat More than 1 year ago
I give the movie 5 stars because it's a well-deserved classic. Gary Cooper anchors the film in a stark reality and the moral nature of the tale is just as relevant today as it was 65 years ago. But the extras diminish this DVD massively...first because all you get is a trailer and a short video of Leonard Maltin talking about the making of the movie (with short interviews) that was produced in 1992, and second because both are all out of sync. Not badly so; just enough to notice and irritate. Maltin also makes a huge error in claiming this was Cooper's only Oscar; it was his second. The movie is worth the money; it's too bad the extras are not.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cooper won an Oscar for his performance as Marshall Will Kane, who must face down killer Frank Miller and his band of friends. Kane sent Miller to prison several years before, but Miller has been released and has promised to return to the town of Hadleyville to kill Kane. Coincidentally, just as Miller is released, Kane is retiring and marrying Amy(Grace Kelly). Newly married, Kane tells his bride he must stay and face Miller. Drama and tension predominate throughout this gritty black and white film. Tex Ritter's song, Do Not Forsake Me, O My Darling plays throughout, providing a compelling musical background.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Certainly one of the greatest movies of all time. Drawn from (intentionally or unintentionally) from the Passion of Christ. Very heavy Christian overtones.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is the best action movie ever!!! you need to see it. it is just as good as the first. It has great special effects. it far outstrips Indiana Jones. if you see only one movie this year, make it mission impossible 3. You won’t regret it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest westerns of all time,certainly the benchmark for all the others that followed.A fully deserved oscar for Coop for an outstanding performance of an ordinary man who we can all relate to torn between fear and duty.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Shot in an austere black and white that sets a starkly elegant tone for this excellent movie, HIGH NOON remains amoung the best of it's genre. Many of the Westerns that follow owe a debt to the actors and director for their workmanship and creativity.
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