Last Remaining Seats presents:

In the Heat of the Night (1967)

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$22 general public (no limit)
$18 Conservancy members (limit 4* per screening at member price; no limit at non-member price)
$16 Youth (17 and under)

free Q&A session about the theatre will follow the screening. Stay in your seat to learn more about the history and architecture! 

About the Film

In one of his most memorable roles, acclaimed actor Sidney Poitier stars in this 1967 film as police officer Virgil Tibbs. When a wealthy local businessman in a rural Southern town is murdered, Tibbs, an out-of-towner, is the first suspect. However, he ends up leading the investigation after the police chief learns Tibbs is a homicide detective from Philadelphia. Tensions rise as some of the town’s racist residents object to Tibbs taking part in the case. Will this outsider be able to overcome the racism of the rural South and find the culprit?

Color; digital projection
109 minutes

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  • 8PM–Wednesday, June 13
  • $16-$22

 

$22 general public (no limit)
$18 Conservancy members (limit 4* per screening at member price; no limit at non-member price)
$16 Youth (17 and under)

free Q&A session about the theatre will follow the screening. Stay in your seat to learn more about the history and architecture! 

About the Film

In one of his most memorable roles, acclaimed actor Sidney Poitier stars in this 1967 film as police officer Virgil Tibbs. When a wealthy local businessman in a rural Southern town is murdered, Tibbs, an out-of-towner, is the first suspect. However, he ends up leading the investigation after the police chief learns Tibbs is a homicide detective from Philadelphia. Tensions rise as some of the town’s racist residents object to Tibbs taking part in the case. Will this outsider be able to overcome the racism of the rural South and find the culprit?

Color; digital projection
109 minutes

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