Twelve O'Clock High

1949, War/Drama, 2h 12m

25 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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Twelve O'Clock High is a high-stakes, high-tension war drama powered by great, well-written characters. Read critic reviews

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In 1942, an American Air Force unit stationed in England is plagued with morale problems until no-nonsense Brigadier General Frank Savage (Gregory Peck) assumes command. His tough leadership is initially resented by not only his pilots but his second-in-command (Hugh Marlowe), a West Point graduate and son of a general. But, with the help of a hotshot flying ace (Robert Patten) and a sympathetic administrator (Dean Jagger), the unit pulls together into a gung-ho fighting crew.

Cast & Crew

Gregory Peck
Gen. Frank Savage
Dean Jagger
Maj. Harvey Stovall
Gary Merrill
Col. Ernie Davenport
Hugh Marlowe
Lt. Col. Ben Gately
Millard Mitchell
Maj. Gen. Pat Pritchard
Robert Arthur
Sgt. McIllhenny
Paul Stewart
Capt. `'Doc'` Kaiser
Lee MacGregor
Lt. Zimmerman
Sy Bartlett
Screenwriter
Beirne Lay Jr.
Screenwriter
Alfred Newman
Original Music
Leon Shamroy
Cinematographer
Lyle R. Wheeler
Art Director
Thomas Little
Set Decoration
Bruce MacDonald
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