In the Heat of the Night. (Screenplay)

Silliphant, Stirling

Publication Date: 1967
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Rainbow script, title page and cover indicate Revised First Draft, July 1, 1966, revisions on multi-colored pages, through October 1966. Mimeographed, Mirisch Corporation card covers, brad-fastened. Cover and title page stamped with copyright notice; corner clipped from cover for copy number privacy; 140 pages; 3 revised pages in early photocopy. Directed by Norman Jewison, the film was a winner of 5 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium, and Best Actor for Rod Steiger in the part Silliphant wrote for him. Silliphant also won an Edgar for the screenplay from the Mystery Writers of America. Signed by Sidney Poitier and William Schallert ("Mayor Schubert"). Bookseller Inventory # 28732

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Title: In the Heat of the Night. (Screenplay)

Publication Date: 1967

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