Twelve O'Clock High film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, Action/Adventure Movies, Action Videos, Classic, Recommended, World War II, Air Force, High Flying|
|Starring||Gregory Peck, Dean Jagger, Robert Arthur, Gary Merrill, Millard Mitchell, Hugh Marlowe, Paul Stewart|
|Director of Photography||Leon Shamroy|
|Producer||Darryl F. Zanuck|
|Production Designer||Lyle Wheeler, Maurice Ransford|
|Screenwriter||Sy Bartlett, Beirne Lay, Jr.|
Twelve O'Clock High movie was released May 21, 2002 by the 20th Century Fox studio. Gregory Peck, Hugh Marlowe, Gary Merrill, Millard Mitchell, Dean Jagger, Robert Arthur - Dir:Henry King Gregory Peck leads the daylight bombing raid of a lifetime over Germany in this brilliant and riveting war drama featuring actual combat footage.
Twelve O'Clock High review Product Description
This compelling World War II epic of the 8th Air Force, adapted from the novel by Sy Bartlett and Beirne Lay Jr., is given a new dimension by Gregory Peck, who plays a combat leader who guides his men to the absolute edge Twelve O'Clock High movie. ...See Full Description
Twelve O'Clock High movie Customer Reviews
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Gregory Peck is in good form and don't overlook Dean Jagger in his oscar winning role(Supporting Actor). For Some Strange reason this movie helps me sleep. .
By Ben (Tallahasee, FL, USA)
||Twelve O'Clock High|
An all time great movie. A must see for management types. The movie gives some hints what can happen when one becomes too involved with his work. Maximum effort!
By hdembins (Camp Anaconda Iraq)
Twelve O'Clock High is a fabulous movie highlighting more than just glory in war, it highlights the conditions under which men had to work to try to survive and to try to succeed. Additionally, it is a comment to the fragility and durability of the human soul.
By a reviewer (Bloomfield, IN)
|Peck at his best|
This is my favorite Gregory Peck movie. He plays this role to the tee! And for the WW-II buffs theres a bit of history as well. I have seen this movie many times and never get tired of it.
By Pat (Michigan , USA)
||More Than Memorable|
The best movies ever made were Forest The best movies ever made were Gone With The Wind, Patton, Forest Gump, and Twelve O'Clock High. Not necessarily in that order but definitely the best. All had the background of war. They were all superbly written, acted, directed and filmed. They all received best actor nominations.... Gable and Peck did not win. History has shown that they should have. History will also reveal Twelve O'Clock High to be more than worthy of being in the top five of all time. Did I forget Casablanca?
By a reviewer (Palm Coast, Fl. USA)
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Twelve O'Clock High video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||2182917|
|Studio||20th Century Fox|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||May 21, 2002|
|Running Time||132 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Widescreen; Sensormatic|
Twelve O'Clock High DVD Features
Keep Case - Sensormatic
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Surround 5.1 - English
Mono - French
Subtitles - Spanish - Optional
Additional Release Material:
1. Original Theatrical Trailer
2. Fox Flix Trailers
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