Black Noon is a 1971 American Made-for-Television Horror Western film . It was written and produced by Andrew J. Fenady and directed by Bernard L. Kowalski.
When Reverend John Keyes (Roy Thinnes) and his wife Lorna (Lynn Loring) arrive in a western town, they find that there is mysterious force causing bad luck to plague the settlers. Once the Reverend is able to get the recalcitrant residents to speak about the ongoing troubles, he finds his spiritual leadership is being challenged by a cult of devil worshippers who practice voodoo, and have to get to the heart of a strange relationship between a mute young girl and a gunslinger who seem possessed by Satanic spirits.
|director||Bernard L. Kowalski|
|genre||horror mystery western|
|keywords||bad luck devil worship lynn loring mysterious force possess western town young girl|
|publisher||Columbia Broadcasting System Columbia TriStar Television Sony Pictures Television|