Twelve O'Clock High

Twelve O'Clock High

Facts and Figures

Run time: 132 mins

In Theaters: Monday 13th February 1950

Box Office Worldwide: $3.2M

Distributed by: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Production compaines: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Reviews 4 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 95%
Fresh: 20 Rotten: 1

IMDB: 7.8 / 10

Cast & Crew


Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck

Starring: as Brigadier General Frank Savage, as Lieutenant Colonel Ben Gately, as Colonel Keith Davenport, as Major General Patrick Pritchard, as Major / Lieutenant Colonel Harvey Stovall, as Sergeant McIllhenny, as Major "Doc" Kaiser (flight surgeon), John Kellogg as Major Cobb, Robert Patten as Lieutenant Bishop, Lee MacGregor as Lieutenant Zimmerman, as Lieutenant Birdwell, Roger Anderson as Interrogation Officer, Lawrence Dobkin as Captain Twombley, group chaplain (uncredited), as Bombardier (uncredited), Harry Lauter as Radio officer (uncredited), as Lord Haw-Haw, German radio commentator (voice) (uncredited), as First patient in base hospital (uncredited), Kenneth Tobey as Sgt. Keller

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Twelve O'Clock High Review

Gregory Peck is searing in this WWII drama, shot shortly after the end of the war. Peck's General Savage whips a broke-down division into shape, but his story takes too long to get going and retreads itself once too often, to be honest. Still, some stellar performances make this a minor war classic.