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Contents Preface iv Acknowledgements viii Part One: The World of High Noon 1 1) Showdown 2 2) High Noon Enters Popular Legend 19 3) Independent Production and the Rise of Stanley Kramer 37 4) The Red Scare and the Blacklist 65 Part Two: Communism and Conformity 92 5) Writing High Noon, Facing the Blacklist 93 6) The Failed Community 135 Part Three: Westerns and Anti-Westerns 159 7) Formula and Subversion 160 8) High Noon and the End of the Western 208 Part Four: Auteurs, Critics and Collaborative Filmmaking 237 9) Auteurs and Westerns 238 10) The Making of High Noon 274 Part Five: The Film As Film 337 11) A Citizen Named Kane 338 12) Noir at High Noon 360 Works Cited 396 Index 416 About the Author 417
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