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Am seinem letzten Arbeitstag steht Sheriff Kane vor einer schweren Entscheidung. Eigentlich will er mit seiner Braut Amy die Kleinstadt Hadleyville verlassen, als er erfährt, dass der gefürchtete Mörder Frank Miller mit seiner Bande in den Ort. Zwölf Uhr mittags (Originaltitel High Noon) ist ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr von Fred Zinnemann. Der Schwarzweißfilm kam in die. High Noon bezeichnet: Highnoon (Computerspiel), Computerspiel für den Commodore 64 (); Metapher für eine beispielsweise „Stunde der Entscheidung“ bzw. eine „dramatische Zeit“ (nach dem US-Film); Originaltitel des Films Zwölf Uhr mittags, US-Western von Fred Zinnemann (); High Noon. Moviemans Kommentar zur DVD: Eine weitere gelungene Veröffentlichung eines Klassikers in sehr gutem Transfer. Kinowelt verwöhnt wiederum mit netten Extras. John Wayne hat diesen Film gehasst. Für den erzkonservativen Westernstar war "Zwölf Uhr mittags" (" High Noon ") schlicht unamerikanisch. Als um 12 Uhr Mittag der Zug in der glühenden Hitze im Bahnhof einrollt, kommt alles ganz anders Bildergalerie zum Film. 12 Uhr mittags - High Noon Film - Kritik "High Noon" ist ein unbeschreiblich dichtes wie spannendes Meisterwerk, welches besonders durch seine vielen.
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Miller's gang—his younger brother Ben, Jack Colby, and Jim Pierce—await his arrival at the train station; it is clear that Miller intends to exact revenge.
For Amy, a devout Quaker and pacifist , the solution is simple—leave town before Miller arrives, but Kane's sense of duty and honor are strong.
Amy gives Kane an ultimatum: She is leaving on the noon train, with or without him. Kane visits with a series of old friends and allies, but none can or will help: Judge Percy Mettrick, who sentenced Miller, flees on horseback, and urges Kane to do the same.
Kane's young deputy Harvey Pell, who is bitter that Kane did not recommend him as his successor, says he will stand with Kane only if Kane goes to the city fathers and "puts the word in" for him.
Kane rejects the quid pro quo , and Pell turns in his badge. Some townspeople, worried that a gunfight would damage the town's reputation, urge Kane to avoid the confrontation entirely.
Some are Miller's friends, but some resent that Kane cleaned up the town in the first place. Some are of the opinion that their tax money goes to support local law enforcement and the fight is not a posse's responsibility.
Sam Fuller hides in his house, sending his wife Mildred to the door to tell Kane he is not home. Jimmy is a good person and genuinely offers to help Will, but is vision impaired, drunk and likely to get himself killed; Kane sends him home for his own safety.
The mayor continues to encourage Kane to just leave town and let the new marshall arriving tomorrow deal with Miller.
Kane's predecessor, Martin Howe can't assist Kane as he is too old and arthritic. Herb Baker had agreed to be deputized, but backs out when he realizes he is the only volunteer.
A final offer of aid comes from a fourteen-year-old boy; Kane admires his courage but rejects it as well. Amy understands why Helen is fleeing—out of fear of Miller and having split from Pell—but the reverse is not true: Helen tells Amy that if Kane were her man, she would not abandon him in his hour of need.
At the stables, Pell saddles a horse and tries to persuade Kane to take it and leave town. Their conversation becomes an argument, and then a fist fight.
Kane finally knocks his former deputy senseless. Forlorn, Kane returns to his office to write out his will as the clock ticks toward high noon.
Kane then goes into the street to face Miller and his gang alone. In one of the most iconic shots in film history, the perspective elevates and expands to show Kane standing alone on a deserted street in a deserted town.
The gunfight begins. As the train is about to leave the station, Amy hears the gunfire, leaps off, and runs back to town.
Choosing her husband's life over her religious beliefs, Amy picks up the handgun hanging inside Kane's office and shoots Pierce from behind, leaving only Frank Miller, who grabs Amy as a shield to force Kane into the open.
Amy claws Miller's face and he pushes her to the ground, giving Kane a clear shot, and Kane shoots Miller dead. Kane helps his bride to her feet and they embrace.
As the townspeople emerge and cluster around him, Kane throws his marshal's star in the dirt, glares at the crowd, and departs with Amy on their wagon.
Foreman had once been a member of the Communist party , but he declined to identify fellow members, or anyone he suspected of current membership.
As a result, he was labeled an "uncooperative witness" by the committee, making him vulnerable to blacklisting. As a signatory to the production loan, Foreman remained with the High Noon project; but before the film's release, he sold his partnership share to Kramer and moved to Britain, knowing that he would not find further work in the United States.
Kramer later asserted that he ended their partnership because Foreman had threatened to falsely name him to HUAC as a Communist. Foreman said that Kramer feared damage to his own career due to "guilt by association".
According to Darkness at High Noon: The Carl Foreman Documents —a documentary based in part on a lengthy letter from Foreman to film critic Bosley Crowther —Foreman's role in the creation and production of High Noon has been unfairly downplayed over the years in favor of Kramer's.
Foreman told Crowther that the film originated from a four-page plot outline he wrote that turned out to be very similar to a short story by John W.
Cunningham called "The Tin Star". Foreman purchased the film rights to Cunningham's story and wrote the screenplay. By the time the documentary aired, most of the principals were dead, including Kramer, Foreman, Zinnemann, and Cooper.
Victor Navasky , author of Naming Names , a definitive account of the Hollywood blacklist, told a reporter that, based on his interviews with Kramer's widow and others, the documentary seemed "one-sided, and the problem is it makes a villain out of Stanley Kramer, when it was more complicated than that".
Richard Fleischer later claimed he helped Carl Foreman develop the story of High Noon over eight weeks while driving to and from the set of The Clay Pigeon which they were making together.
John Wayne was originally offered the lead role in the film, but turned it down because he felt that Foreman's story was an obvious allegory against blacklisting , which he actively supported.
Later, he told an interviewer that he would "never regret having helped run Foreman out of the country". Although Wayne's contempt for the film and refusal of its lead role were well known, he said, "I'm glad to see they're giving this to a man who is not only most deserving, but has conducted himself throughout the years in our business in a manner that we can all be proud of Now that I'm through being such a good sport I'm going back and find my business manager and agent After Wayne turned down the Will Kane role, Kramer offered it to Gregory Peck , who declined because he felt it was too similar to his role in The Gunfighter , the year before.
He later said he considered it the biggest mistake of his career. Kramer saw Grace Kelly in an off-Broadway play and cast her as Kane's bride, despite Cooper and Kelly's substantial age disparity 50 and 21, respectively.
Rumors of an affair between Cooper and Kelly during filming remain unsubstantiated. Kelly biographer Donald Spoto wrote that there was no evidence of a romance, aside from tabloid gossip.
Lee Van Cleef made his film debut in High Noon. Kramer first offered him the Harvey Pell role, after seeing him in a touring production of Mister Roberts , on the condition that he have his nose surgically altered to appear less menacing.
Van Cleef refused, and was cast instead as Colby, the only role of his career without a single line of dialog.
Joseph's Church in Tuolumne City was used for exterior shots of the Hadleyville church. The railroad was the old Sierra Railroad in Jamestown , a few miles south of Columbia, now known as Railtown State Historic Park , and often nicknamed "the movie railroad" due to its frequent use in films and television shows.
The railroad station was built for the film alongside a water tower at Warnerville, about 15 miles to the southwest. Cooper was reluctant to film the fight scene with Bridges due to ongoing problems with his back, but did, without the use of a stunt double.
He wore no makeup, to emphasize his character's anguish and fear, which was probably intensified by pain from recent surgery to remove a bleeding ulcer.
Upon its release, critics and audiences expecting chases, fights, spectacular scenery, and other common Western film elements were dismayed to find them largely replaced by emotional and moralistic dialogue until the climactic final scenes.
High Noon is generally considered an allegory against blacklisting and McCarthyism , but it gained respect in the conservative community as well.
Any time you're alone and you feel you're not getting the support you need, Cooper's Will Kane becomes the perfect metaphor. By contrast, John Wayne told an interviewer that he considered High Noon "the most un-American thing I've ever seen in my whole life",  and later teamed with director Howard Hawks to make Rio Bravo in response.
I didn't think a good town marshal was going to run around town like a chicken with his head cut off asking everyone to help.
And who saves him? His Quaker wife. That isn't my idea of a good Western. Zinnemann responded, "I admire Hawks very much. I only wish he'd leave my films alone!
Sheriffs are people and no two people are alike. The story of High Noon takes place in the Old West but it is really a story about a man's conflict of conscience.
In this sense it is a cousin to A Man for All Seasons. In any event, respect for the Western hero has not been diminished by High Noon. The film was criticized in the Soviet Union as "glorification of the individual".
Trampas a villain calls out the Virginian, who has a new bride waiting whom he might lose if he goes ahead with the gunfight. High Noon has even been described as a "straight remake " of the film version of The Virginian in which Cooper also starred.
High Noon received seven nominations for the 25th Academy Awards :. In , year-old Polish graphic designer Tomasz Sarnecki transformed Marian Stachurski's Polish variant of the High Noon poster into a Solidarity election poster for the first partially free elections in communist Poland.
The poster, which was displayed all over Poland, shows Cooper armed with a folded ballot saying "Wybory" i. Under the headline "At High Noon" runs the red Solidarity banner and the date—June 4, —of the poll.
It was a simple but effective gimmick that, at the time, was misunderstood by the Communists. They, in fact, tried to ridicule the freedom movement in Poland as an invention of the "Wild" West, especially the U.
But the poster had the opposite impact: Cowboys in Western clothes had become a powerful symbol for Poles. Cooper Lee Van Cleef Jack Colby Robert J.
Ben Miller Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Lee Aaker Boy uncredited Ernest Baldwin Townsman uncredited Benjie Bancroft Church Member uncredited Guy Beach Fred - Coffinmaker uncredited George Bell Townsman uncredited Jeanne Blackford Henderson uncredited Larry J.
Gillis - Saloon Owner uncredited John Breen Church Member uncredited Roy Bucko Barfly uncredited Nora Bush Townswoman uncredited John Cason Barfly uncredited Howland Chamberlain Hotel Clerk uncredited Virginia Christine Simpson uncredited Cliff Clark Ed Weaver uncredited Ben Corbett Townsman uncredited Russell Custer Barfly uncredited John Doucette Trumbull uncredited Tex Driscoll Church Member uncredited Paul Dubov Scott uncredited Jack Elam Charlie - Drunk in Jail uncredited Dick Elliott Kibbee uncredited Virginia Farmer Fletcher uncredited Joe Garcio Barfly uncredited Rudy Germane Townsman uncredited Herschel Graham Church Member uncredited Tim Graham Sawyer uncredited Tom Greenway Ezra uncredited Harry Harvey Coy uncredited Chuck Hayward Townsman uncredited Tex Holden Barfly uncredited Michael Jeffers Townsman uncredited Chubby Johnson Old Man in porch hotel uncredited Kay Koury Townswoman uncredited Paul Kruger Church Member uncredited Ann Kunde Townswoman uncredited Nolan Leary Lewis uncredited Tom London Sam uncredited Merrill McCormick Fletcher uncredited Billy McCoy Townsman uncredited James Millican Townsman uncredited Jack Montgomery Townsman uncredited William Newell