pictory: Twelve O'Clock High on Lalehzar Street (1943)

pictory: Twelve O'Clock High on Lalehzar Street (1943)
by Darius Kadivar

Military Photographer Captain R.W.Lee depicted with his Camera in Iran draws a crowd of children around him. Lalehzar Street, Tehran, Iran 1943.

Scene from the classic Henry King movie Twelve O'Clock High (1949)starring Gregory Peck:

Twelve O'Clock High - Enacting Discipline :

Harrison Ford in Honover Street (1979)misses the Bus and falls for beautiful Lesley-Anne Down:

Hanover Street Tribute:


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Thanks Farah Jaan

by Darius Kadivar on

I didn't know these series. I do recognize the face of Lansing though particularly his eyebrows. He was often a regular guest on many tv series in the 60's and 70's.

Thanks for sharing this too ;0)

Warm Regards,


Farah Rusta

12 o'clock High

by Farah Rusta on

Darius Jaan

Once again your brought back to life memories of the good old days. Back in the sixties, when the American Forces Radio and Television were airing programs and TV serials in Tehran, there used to be a popular TV series called 12 o'clock High with Robert Lansing (who came to fame in Iran in the TV series called The Man Who Never Was) playing the part of General Frank Savage, also played by Gregory Peck in the original feature in 1949. 


Thanks for the memory.