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Rating & Content Info
Why is High Noon rated Not Rated? High Noon is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Violence: A woman discusses the death of family members. A man is punched in the face and knocked to the floor. Children play a game of pretend shooting. Men engage in a fistfight that results in some bloody injuries and one man being knocked out. Several characters are shot (some blood depicted) and killed. A barn is started on fire with a man inside. A woman is taken hostage.
Sexual Content: A married man and woman kiss. References are made to a woman’s past love interests.
Language: None noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Numerous scenes of smoking and drinking are included. A man drinks as a way to dealing with his guilt.
Page last updated August 18, 2016
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||NR|
News About "High Noon"
Cast and Crew
High Noon is directed by Fred Zinnemann and stars Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Thomas Mitchell, .
The most recent home video release of High Noon movie is September 20, 2016. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: High Noon
Release Date: 20 September 2016
High Noon relelases to Home Video (Blu-ray) with the following extras:
- “A Ticking Clock” - Academy Award-nominee Mark Goldblatt on the editing of High Noon
- “A Stanley Kramer Production” - Michael Schlesinger on the eminent producer of High Noon
- “Imitation of Life: The Blacklist History of High Noon” - with historian Larry Ceplair and blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
- “Ulcers and Oscars: The Production History of High Noon” - a visual essay with rarely seen archival elements, narrated by Anton Yelchin
- “Uncitizened Kane” - an original essay by Sight & Sound editor Nick James
- Theatrical trailer
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