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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Alan Trustman James R. The two policemen begin to respect each other as they are forced to work together. Tibbs initially Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs plantation owner Endicott, a genteel racist and one of the most powerful individuals in town, who publicly opposed the new factory.

When Tibbs interrogates Endicott, Endicott slaps him Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs the face and Tibbs slaps him back. Endicott sends a gang of hooligans after Tibbs. Gillespie rescues Tibbs and tells him to leave town for his safety, but Tibbs is convinced he can solve the case and take Endicott down. Gillespie points out to Tibbs how bitter he has become. Tibbs asks Wood to re-trace his car patrol route on the night of the murder, and Gillespie joins them.

When they arrive Sam Cooke Night Beat an all-night restaurant, Ralph, working behind the counter, refuses to serve Tibbs. Later, when Tibbs asks Wood why he changed his route, Gillespie starts suspecting Wood. Gillespie discovers that Wood made a sizable deposit into his bank account the day after the murder.

Gillespie arrests Wood despite Tibbs's protests. Purdy, a nasty local, brings his year-old sister, Delores, Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs the police station and files charges against Wood for getting her pregnant. Upon hearing that it concerns Wood, Tibbs Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs on being present when Delores is questioned.

Purdy at first refuses Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs have anything said in front of Tibbs, but he is easily rebuffed by both Tibbs and Gillespie, and the questioning goes ahead.

Insulted and offended that a black man was present, Purdy gathers a mob intending to do violence against Tibbs. Meanwhile Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs tells Gillespie that the murder was committed at the site of the planned factory, which clears Wood of the murder charge, because he couldn't have driven both his and Colbert's car back into town a factor prefigured when Gillespie leaves his vehicle outside Ralph's restaurant to join Tibbs in Wood's car.

Tibbs adds that he knows why Wood changed his route: Delores while at home alone at night likes to display her naked body to whoever is outside, and Wood, who watches her while on duty, doesn't want Tibbs to see a white woman in the nude. Tibbs visits a backstreet abortionistwho under pressure reveals that she is Quincy Jones They Call Me Mister Tibbs Visitors Electric Heat perform an abortion on Delores.

Delores arrives, sees Tibbs, and runs away. Tibbs follows her and comes face to face with her armed boyfriend, Ralph, from the Jazzanova The Remixes 1997 2000. At that moment Purdy's mob arrives on Hopeton Lewis This Music Got Soul Rocksteady scene and holds Tibbs at gunpoint.

Tibbs shouts at Purdy to check Delores' purse, that it contains money Ralph gave her for an abortion, which he got when he robbed and killed Colbert.

Purdy grabs the purse and looks inside, and realizes Tibbs is right. Purdy confronts Ralph for getting his sister pregnant, and a startled Ralph shoots Purdy dead. Tibbs grabs Ralph's gun, and just then Gillespie arrives on the scene. Ralph is arrested and confesses to Colbert's murder: he had started out just asking Colbert for a job at the new factory, but ended up attacking him from behind with a wooden post and taking his money. I didn't mean to kill him," are the final words of Ralph's taped confession.

The final scene shows Tibbs boarding a train bound for Philadelphia, as Gillespie, having carried his suitcase, respectfully bids him farewell. Jewison, Poitier, and Steiger worked together and got along well during the filming, but Jewison had problems with the Southern authorities, and Poitier had reservations about coming south of the Mason—Dixon line for filming. However, despite their reservations, Jewison decided to film part of the film in Dyersburg and Union CityTennessee, anyway while the rest was filmed in Sparta, Chester Harvey Oberst chase sceneand Freeburg Compton's dinerIllinois.


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