In the Heat of the Night   (1967) Best Picture - In the Heat of the Night

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In the Heat of the Night Technical Specifications Update Details Update Poster


Country | USA
Running Time | 109 Minutes
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Aspect Ratio |

Production Dates | 1966-09-26 ~ 1966-12-01
Release Information

Directed by | Norman Jewison
Cinematography by | Haskell Wexler
Edited by | Hal Ashby

Starring ~ Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger, Warren Oates

Sound Systems
Mono (Westrex Sound)
Distribution Resolution
Distribution Medium
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Edited by
Editor Film Editor
Written by
Based On A Novel By
Produced by
Production Management
Production Manager (as James E. Henderling)
Unit Production Manager (as J. Howard Joslin)
Production Supervisor
Original Music by
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Art Direction by
Art Director
Costume Design by
Casting by
Casting Director
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director (as Newton Arnold)
First Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Camera Operator (uncredited)
Assistant Camera (uncredited)
Gaffer (uncredited)
Key Grip (uncredited)
Gaffer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Assistant Film Editor (as Byron Brandt)
Art Department
Production Illustrator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Sound Editor
Sound (uncredited)
Sound (uncredited)
Makeup Department
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Costumer: Men
Music Department
Song Lyrics
Music Editor
Virgil Tibbs
Sam Wood
Mrs. Colbert
Mayor Schubert
Mama Caleba
Dr. Stuart
Harvey Oberst
McNeil (as William C. Watson)
Charles Hawthorne
1st Tough
2nd Tough
Conductor (uncredited)
Engineer (uncredited)
Deputy (uncredited)
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
City Councilman (uncredited)
Ted Appleton (uncredited)
Baggage Master (uncredited)
Philip Colbert - Murder Victim (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Assistant To The Producer
Script Supervisor
Title Designer
Stunt Department
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