Knowledge Identifier: $High_Noon
Category: Movies & TV (402)
Launched in 1951.
Countries: United States (74%), Poland (5%), Monaco (5%)
Linked to: American Film Institute, Communist Party, House Un-American Activities Committee, HBO
"High Noon" was filmed in the late summer/early fall of 1951 in several locations in California
Carl Foreman - Carl Foreman was the screenwriter of "High Noon", a film released in 1952 that is seen by some as an allegory for McCarthyism
Elmo Williams - Williams won the Academy *award for Film Editing for his work on 1952's "High Noon" , and was nominated again for 1954's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"
In 1959, Wayne teamed up with director Howard Hawks to make "Rio Bravo" as a conservative response
According to the 2002 documentary "Darkness at High Noon: The Carl Foreman Documents", written, produced, and directed by Lionel Chetwynd, Foreman's role in the creation and production of "High Noon" has over the years been unfairly downplayed in favor of Foreman's former partner and producer, Stanley Kramer
DR K - For instance did the channel air several various Western film each evening during the entire week before Christmas 2018, from High Noon to Pale Rider