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Michael Cole 11 months ago
The gravitas of Poitier
Austin over 3 years ago
Unbelievable on multiple levels. This is one of the best films dealing with race ever made
Jonathan Evans over 4 years ago
'They call me Mr Tibbs!'
Paul McCamley over 7 years ago
Crime mystery highlighting racist attitudes prevalent in Mississippi in the late 60s.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Olivia Lorscheid over 2 years ago
Geoff Van Brunt over 3 years ago
Simon Taylor over 3 years ago
Jesse Beatson 4 years ago
bethswald 4 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 5 years ago
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Eric Ratzlaff 6 years ago
Stephen Wevill over 6 years ago
Dave Dave 7 years ago
Andrew Bacik over 7 years ago
In the Heat of the Night is a 1967 mystery film based on the John Ball novel In the Heat of the Night published in 1965, which tells the story of an African-American police detective from Philadelphia who becomes involved in a murder investigation in a racist small town in Mississippi. The film won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture. It starred Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger, and Warren Oates, and was directed by Norman Jewison. The film was followed by two sequels, They Call Me MISTER Tibbs! in 1970, and The Organization in 1971. It also became the basis of a television series entitled In the Heat of the Night, starring Carroll O'Connor, Howard Rollins, Alan Autry, David Hart, Anne-Marie Johnson, and Hugh O'Connor. Although the film was set in the fictional Mississippi town of Sparta (with supposedly no connection to the real Sparta, Mississippi, an unincorporated community), part of the movie was filmed in Sparta, Illinois, where many of the film's landmarks can still be seen....
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