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Gary Cooper won the Oscar(R) for the Best Actor in this classic tale of a lawman who stands alone to defend a town of cowardly citizens against a gang of revenge-seeking criminals. In the greatest showdown in the history of cinema, Cooper stands to lose not only the town but his new wife, Grace Kelly. The film also stars one of Hollywood's most beloved and prolific actors, Lloyd Bridges, and marks the first starring role for a beautiful young actress and internationally adored screen legend - Grace Kelly. HIGH NOON garnered a total of four Academy Awards(R) including Best Editing, Score and Original Song.
It was a very different western drama; the time lapse for the plot matched the length of the movie, so it felt like we were there, too. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Carin
One of the Great Westerns of old Hollywood ! Had suspense, romance, intrigue and a musical score that reverbates in your mind forever !Published 25 days ago by Knowhutahmean?
I wonder if anyone else could've played this role better than Gary Cooper. Watched it a dozen times. Recently watched again with my kids. Read morePublished 26 days ago by MirrorMalik
This is one of my all time favorite movies. The disk played well. Everything looked just like it should on screen.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
A classic movie and often used as a metaphor for people standing alone against a force.Published 1 month ago by Loren W. Christensen
I am a big fan of this classic western. Indeed, it has become one of my favourite films. I thought I'd seen it until i seen this Blu-ray edition. Read morePublished 1 month ago by nothingsperfect
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|Thank you, Lionsgate, for this DVD! But please put it out on Blu-Ray!||
Please give us a Blu-Ray version. I wait in anticipation of stunning black and white photography and a great film all presented on my high def television the way it was seen by me in theaters in 1952.
Dec 24, 2011 by Anthony F. Runfalo | See all 3 posts