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    High Noon -- (Movie Clip) Frank Miller

    Noon has arrived and villain Frank Miller (Ian MacDonald) is headed into town, where's it's clear that nobody is going to help Marshal Kane (Gary Cooper), in Fred Zinnemann's High Noon, 1952.

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