Beautiful women, ruthless killers, and a conflicted small town in the middle of nowhere – High Noon creators knew how to make a good western. Even though it brought bankruptcy for the United Artist studio that released it, it gave extra millions for MGM that got right for this production.
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Created in 1962, this western brought fame to Paramount studio. So far, this is one of the most revered films of this genre. The estimated production cost reached $3.2 million, and ticket sales brought over $8 million for Paramount.