|Gary Cooper stars as Marshall Will Cane the Lone Lawman facing down his Vengeful Evil Foe - High Noon 1952|
In 1952 the US flag made an appearance in one of the classic game changer gems of Hollywood Cinema. Breaking with tradition can be a risky move, but sometimes it pays off. More than just a change up on Western Action, High Noon 1952 presents hard moral choices. Besides adding a layer of depth to a popcorn action genre, it showed a romantic relationship between a strong willed and fiercely independently minded Mexican woman with two white Southern Men.
|37 Stars indicates the time period between 1867-1876|
Hard it is now to appreciate this type of movie if you are younger than the Baby Boomer Generation, but it was still a smash hit for its hard hitting edgy themes and style. It was considered one of Ronald Regan's favorite films.
The debate between war and peace is not a new subject, ever so ancient. But note this movie was created and released in the middle of the Korean War.
|Notice Bonnet Ribbons on Grace Kelly|
High Noon puts into sharp focus the two-footer stand on your own two feet philosophy, in contrast to the weak minded cowardly element that often rules men and women in the face of evil.