Made in 22 days for $750,000, mostly on a permanent set of a western street in Hollywood, High Noon was meticulously preplanned through story-
Gary Cooper's ageing Marshal Kane, right, has cleaned up an archetypal frontier town and is about to settle elsewhere as a storekeeper with his new Quaker bride (Grace Kelly) when a telegraph message announces that a vicious outlaw he'd sent to state prison is arriving on the noon train and is coming after him with three fellow gunslingers. He's urged to leave; his pacifist wife turns against him; nobody in the community will come to his aid; the town's drinkers and gamblers welcome the return of the honky-
Gary Cooper's performance is masterful as is cinematographer Floyd Crosby's stark compositions. Nominated for seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture), this won four: Best Actor, Film Editing, Original Score, and Original Song for "High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin')."
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