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8 thoughts on “ In The Heat Of The Night - Nancy Wilson - Welcome To My Love (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

  1. In the Heat of the Night is an American police procedural crime drama television series based on the film and the novel of the same title. It starred Carroll O'Connor as police chief Bill Gillespie and Howard Rollins as police detective Virgil Tibbs, and was broadcast on NBC from March 6, until May 19, , then on CBS from October 28, until May 16,
  2. Jan 15,  · The casting for the lead roles in the timeless classic "In The Heat Of The Night" was astounding. Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger elevated a somewhat mundane screenplay to our ionosphere. The acting, the rural setting, the searing theme, and the direction produced one of the greatest film in the history of tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfos: K.
  3. Directed by Harry Harris. With Carroll O'Connor, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Alan Autry, Anne-Marie Johnson. Virgil Tibbs returns to Philadelphia to investigate his best man's death and uncovers police corruption within his friend's precinct.
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  5. Nov 12,  · referencing Welcome To My Love, LP, Album, ST , ST While she offers a lot of punch on some of her jazz outings, and some unexpected grit on a few soul numbers, nothing quite prepares the listener for Nancy's reading of "Ode to Billie Joe."/5(43).
  6. On Welcome to My Love, Wilson successfully straddled the jazz/soul divide and in the process produced one of her best albums of the 60's.8/
  7. May 05,  · Directed by Harry Harris. With Carroll O'Connor, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Alan Autry, Anne-Marie Johnson. The common-law husband of Lana's mother returns to Sparta and tries to extort money from the land developers, who are eventually driven out of town.
  8. Nov 26,  · Directed by Vincent McEveety. With Carroll O'Connor, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Alan Autry, Anne-Marie Johnson. A local jazz musician reveals information about the murder of Officer Sweet's grandfather, which reopens the year-old case.

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