High Noon (1952) - (Movie Clip) I Need Deputies!
Marshal Kane (Gary Cooper) is starting to lose his cool as he pops the bartender (Lucien Prival) in his search for deputies to face down "Frank Miller," in High Noon, 1952.
High Noon - (Original Trailer)
A retired marshall (Gary Cooper) must defend his town from a vengeful ex-con in High Noon (1952), directed by Fred Zinnemann.
High Noon -- (Movie Clip) Have You Forgotten?
New wife Amy (Grace Kelly) and Judge Mettrick (Otto Kruger) do not rally around Marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper) as he prepares for a showdown with "Frank Miller" in Fred Zinnemann's High Noon, 1952.
High Noon -- (Movie Clip) All For Nothing
Former sheriff Martin Howe (Lon Chaney Jr.) presents a bleak outlook to the current sheriff Will Kane (Gary Cooper) in Fred Zinnemann's High Noon, 1952.
High Noon (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darlin'
Outlaws Colby (Lee Van Cleef), Ben Miller (Sheb Wooley) and Pierce (Robert Wilke) gather as Tex Ritter sings "Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darlin'" in the opening of Fred Zinnemann's High Noon, 1952.
Guest Programmer: John Singleton -- (TCM Promo)
Director John Singleton joins Robert Osborne as Guest Programmer, introducing Lassie Come Home, Meet John Doe, High Noon, Gunga Din and Psycho, at 8pm EDT Tuesday, September 30th.
High Noon (1952) -- (Movie Clip) They're Making Me Run
Ex-Marshal Kane (Gary Cooper) is riding out of Hadleyville, ahead of the return of outlaw Frank Miller, and just married to young Quaker Amy (Grace Kelly), when he has a change of heart, early in Fred Zinneman's High Noon, 1952.