Review: 'High Noon' book draws down on Hollywood blacklist
San Angelo Standard Times
This cover image released by Bloomsbury shows "High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic," by Glenn Frankel. (Photo: AP).
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God Is In The TV
Directed by Robert Siodmak and Edgar G. Ulmer from a screenplay by Billy Wider (and an unaccredited contribution from fellow future Oscar winner Fred Zinnemann), the film follows the lives of these five Berliners over the course of one weekend. In many ...
'High Noon' of the Red Scare
Like many films made in politically repressive times, director Fred Zinnemann's "High Noon" spoke in code to various audience factions, telling one moviegoer one thing, and another moviegoer something else. It could be read as a story of bravery in the ...
You Must Remember This: Why We Return to 'Casablanca' and 'High Noon'
New York Times
The director, Fred Zinnemann, never made it into the film critic Andrew Sarris's famous Pantheon, and the producer, Stanley Kramer, was condescended to by intellectuals for his message movies. Glenn Frankel comes to his subject with a widely praised ...