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Retired sheriff Will Kane (Gary Cooper) has barely said, “I do” to his new bride (Grace Kelly) before an old enemy seeking revenge forces him to pin his badge on again. Along with defending himself, Will also wants to protect the local citizens, even thought they are too cowardly to join him at the showdown.
Why Is High Noon Rated Not Rated?
High Noon is rated Not Rated
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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.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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Home Video Notes: High Noon
Release Date: 17 July 2012
High Noon releases to blu-ray on July 17, 2012, with the following extras:
- The Making of High Noon Featurette
- Theatrical Trailer