High Noon / Shane

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Double Feature: HIGH NOON, 1952, Paramount, 85 min. Dir. Fred Zinnemann. Marshal Gary Cooper is ready to turn in his badge and settle down with new wife Grace Kelly until he learns a criminal is arriving on the noon train bent on revenge. When the locals turn a deaf ear to the lawman’s pleas for help, he must face a gang of killers alone. This classic Western won four Oscars, including a Best Actor award for Cooper. SHANE, 1953, Paramount, 118 min. Dir. George Stevens. Alan Ladd is at his most iconic as the title character, an ex-gunfighter forced out of retirement when a family of homesteaders (Van Heflin, Jean Arthur, Brandon de Wilde) comes under attack by a vicious rancher’s hired guns. Jack Palance is one of the most threatening villains in movie history, and the film itself is both a summing up of the Western genre and a sign of things to come.
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Release: April 29, 2015