Written as an allegory for the Blacklist, this nail-biter Western stars Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly as newlyweds struggling with whether to fight or flee from a band of outlaws. Arrive early to catch the exhibition Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare.
Date and Time
Friday, June 23, 8:30 pm (doors and Museum open at 7:00 pm)
Pricing and Details
- $20 General
- $15 Members and Full-Time Students
- FREE to WGA members with code 99954*
*Please present your WGA card at check in.
Plan Your Visit
Drinks and snacks are available for purchase. You may also bring your own, but glass containers and outside alcohol are not permitted.
Dress for the weather. This screening will take place outdoors; layers are encouraged.
Note: Screening will be moved indoors in the event of rain.
About the Program
This masterful Western starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly will have you on the edge of your seat as the town marshal comes up against a band of outlaws plotting to kill him.
Written as an allegory for the Hollywood Red Scare by Blacklisted writer Carl Foreman, High Noon is a rare and brave film that dared to challenge the political climate of the time.
Directed by Fred Zinnemann (1952, 85 min. MPAA Rating.)
Arrive early to view the exhibitions! High Noon is the perfect complement to the exhibition Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare, which features a spotlight on the film. And don't miss Peter Krasnow: Breathing Joy and Light and Visions and Values while you're here.
"A film of integrity and purpose, a revelation of human character, and a masterpiece of the story telling art."—Boston Globe
Watch the Trailer
Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare and its related educational programs at the Skirball Cultural Center are made possible by generous support from the following donors:
The Stanley and Joyce Black Family Foundation
Stephanie and Harold Bronson
Lori and Scott Cooper/Pegasus Squire
Billie B. and Steven G. Fischer Foundation
The Keston Family
In Memory of George Litto by Andria Litto
TZ Projects & Friends
Peter and Julie Weil