History YMMV / HighNoon

12th Apr '15 5:39:15 PM Kartoonkid95
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* AwardSnub: This film losing the Best Picture Oscar to Creator/CecilBDeMille's ''Film/TheGreatestShowOnEarth'' is regarded by many as one of the more egregious examples in Hollywood history.
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* AwardSnub: This film losing the Best Picture Oscar to Creator/CecilBDeMille's ''Film/TheGreatestShowOnEarth'' is regarded by many as one of the more egregious examples in Hollywood history. Many blamed it on the Academy not wanting to vote for it out of fear of coming under fire by the HUAC.
24th Nov '14 8:19:36 AM LongLiveHumour
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* VindicatedByHistory: Its short-term success in 1952 was wounded by accusations of subliminal Communism, especially due to the participation of screenwriter Carl Foreman. The next US President to take power, DwightEisenhower, was a Republican anti-Communist champion and the fact that he started the White House tradition of ''High Noon'' screenings definitely helped its reputation grow.
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* VindicatedByHistory: Its short-term success in 1952 was wounded by accusations of subliminal Communism, especially due to the participation of screenwriter Carl Foreman. The next US President to take power, DwightEisenhower, UsefulNotes/DwightEisenhower, was a Republican anti-Communist champion and the fact that he started the White House tradition of ''High Noon'' screenings definitely helped its reputation grow.
3rd Mar '14 12:26:29 AM mlsmithca
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* AwardSnub: This film losing the Best Picture Oscar to Creator/CecilBDeMille's ''{{The Greatest Show on Earth}}'' is regarded by many as one of the more egregious examples in Hollywood history.
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* AwardSnub: This film losing the Best Picture Oscar to Creator/CecilBDeMille's ''{{The Greatest Show on Earth}}'' ''Film/TheGreatestShowOnEarth'' is regarded by many as one of the more egregious examples in Hollywood history.
1st Feb '14 11:11:53 AM m8e
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** Colby is played by LeeVanCleef, who went on to become a famous character actor.
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** Colby is played by LeeVanCleef, Creator/LeeVanCleef, who went on to become a famous character actor.
7th Nov '13 8:02:13 AM k9feline7
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** HeyItsThatVoice: Frank Miller's SmugSnake brother, Ben, is played by Sheb Wolley, who'd later go on to sing a famous, popular novelty song that's still well remembered today, The Purple People Eater.
26th Oct '13 10:57:34 AM erforce
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** Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]]. Not to mention [[TheWolfMan Lawrence Talbot]]. Hopefully the outlaws weren't packing silver bullets.
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** Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]]. Not to mention [[TheWolfMan [[Film/TheWolfMan1941 Lawrence Talbot]]. Hopefully the outlaws weren't packing silver bullets.
29th Jun '13 11:37:16 PM Tuckerscreator
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** And [[{{Airplane}} McCrosky is one of Kane's ex-deputies]].
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** And [[{{Airplane}} [[{{Film/Airplane}} McCrosky is one of Kane's ex-deputies]].
16th Apr '13 9:25:11 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Since we never really learn the history between Kane and Miller, some people come away from this movie with the impression that Kane really did send Miller to prison for unjust reasons, muddying which one of them is "in the right" during the events of the film.
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Since we never really learn the history between Kane and Miller, and Miller is a VillainWithGoodPublicity in the town, some people viewers come away from this movie with the impression that Kane really did send Miller to prison for unjust reasons, muddying which one of them is "in the right" during the events of the film.

* FridgeBrilliance: If you start watching the movie at approximately 10:50 in the morning, it will be noon when the film's time is "high noon". ** The ImplausibleSynchrony of the clocks in the town is not so implausible when there's a prominent train at 12:00 every day.

* RetroactiveRecognition: Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]]. Not to mention [[TheWolfMan Lawrence Talbot]]. Hopefully the outlaws weren't packing silver bullets.
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* RetroactiveRecognition: RetroactiveRecognition: ** Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]]. Not to mention [[TheWolfMan Lawrence Talbot]]. Hopefully the outlaws weren't packing silver bullets.

** Colby appears in a whole lot more Westerns, especially under SergioLeone.
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** Colby appears in is played by LeeVanCleef, who went on to become a whole lot more Westerns, especially under SergioLeone.famous character actor.
25th Mar '13 8:13:59 PM Ardashir
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]].
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Kane tries to recruit [[Series/{{Mash}} Colonel Potter]]. Not to mention [[TheWolfMan Lawrence Talbot]]. Hopefully the outlaws weren't packing silver bullets.
12th Feb '13 2:45:14 PM GothicProphet
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* VindicatedByHistory: Its short-term success in 1952 was wounded by accusations of subliminal Communism, especially due to the participation of screenwriter Carl Foreman. The next US President to take power, DwightEisenhower, was a Republican anti-Communist champion and the fact that he started the White House tradition of ''High Noon'' screenings definitely helped its reputation grow.
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* VindicatedByHistory: Its short-term success in 1952 was wounded by accusations of subliminal Communism, especially due to the participation of screenwriter Carl Foreman. The next US President to take power, DwightEisenhower, was a Republican anti-Communist champion and the fact that he started the White House tradition of ''High Noon'' screenings definitely helped its reputation grow.grow. ----
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