|Fred Zinnemann Director||previously directed The Member of the Wedding|
Marshal Will Kane is retiring to the life of a shopkeeper with his new wife, but when he finds out that Frank Miller, a criminal he locked away is coming on the noon train, Kane is forced to seek the help of the local townsfolk to face Miller.
John Wayne strongly disliked this film. In a 1971 playboy interview he reffered to it as "the most un-American thing I've seen in my life". Wayne felt that the movie was a metaphor for blacklisting, a policy Wayne strongly supported.
|John W. Cunningham|
|Gary Cooper||Marshal Will Kane|
|Thomas Mitchell||Mayor Jonas Henderson|
|Lloyd Bridges||Deputy Marshal Harvey Pell|
|Katy Jurado||Helen Ramírez|
|Grace Kelly||Amy Fowler Kane|
|Otto Kruger||Judge Percy Mettrick|
|Lon Chaney Jr.||Martin Howe|
|Harry Morgan||Sam Fuller|
|Ian MacDonald||Frank Miller|
|Eve McVeagh||Mildred Fuller|
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