Will Kane is a town marshall. It's his wedding day and his last day as a lawman.
He was about to leave town with his new bride to start a new life when some men come to town who tell him that a man he sent to prison some years ago has just been released and is arriving on the noon train. Kane and any of the townsfolk who remember him, know that he's coming to town for one thing; to get Will. Will's friends tell him to leave town which he does but Will feeling that running away is not a solution returns and intends to face him. Will tries to find support from his friends but all of them don't want to help him or are too afraid and all that they tell him is to leave, even his wife feels the same way. And as the train comes closer, Will is all alone.
- Slipcase packaging
- Commentary by Maria Cooper-Janis, Jonathan Foreman, Tim Zinnemann, John Ritter and David Crosby
- "The Making of High Noon" hosted by Leonard Maltin
- "Behind High Noon" documentary
- Radio broadcast with Tex Ritter