|Death Comes at High Noon|
|Directed by||Erik Balling|
|Written by||Erik Balling|
|Produced by||Bo Christensen|
|Distributed by||Nordisk Film|
Death Comes at High Noon (Danish : Døden kommer til middag) is a 1964 Danish crime film directed by Erik Balling and starring Poul Reichhardt. 
Much of the film was shot in or around the country house Tågegården at Rågeleje. Some of the forest scenes were shot at Silkeborg. 
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