High Noon


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High Noon

western film in which time is of the essence. [Am. Cinema: Griffith, 396–397]
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There may be a clue after all, if we can find why today his paroxysms came on at high noon and at sunset.
I really did not expect any Grace to answer; for the laugh was as tragic, as preternatural a laugh as any I ever heard; and, but that it was high noon, and that no circumstance of ghostliness accompanied the curious cachinnation; but that neither scene nor season favoured fear, I should have been superstitiously afraid.
At home I found a note from Paul, asking me to come up immediately, and it was high noon when I came spinning up the driveway on my wheel.
He led them at high noon along crowded Simla Mall to the Alliance Bank of Simla, where they wished to establish their identity.
Tonight PBS will screen Lionel Chetwynd's documentary ``Darkness at High Noon,'' which posits that screenwriter Carl Foreman had his ``High Noon'' producer credit taken from him by partner Stanley Kramer after Foreman was cited for his past communist affiliations.
MODA presented and produced the highly successful 50th Anniversary Celebration of HIGH NOON in 2002, the 60th Anniversary Celebration of CASABLANCA in 2003 and the 50th Anniversary of SHANE at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center.
It began at high noon with the burst of a rocket and the ritual chant from the crowd of "Tomatoes
I get about three hours of high noon sun and the rest of the time it is shady.
The High Noon confrontation began when the law officers tried to evict Iszenberg from the house he shares with his mum who is terminally-ill with cancer.
Ordan was the chief executive officer of High Noon Always, an owner and operator of four upscale urban cafes in Washington, DC.
Extreme Vortec, the leader in the GMC Pro Grade Series Super Vee Light class again took charge at the start with High Noon Racing and Screamin' Nuts running in their wake.