Wilson Sweet has a hard time believing that his good friend murdered his wife, who had been diagnosed with cancer.

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Chief William O. 'Bill' Gillespie
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Chief of Detectives Virgil Tibbs (as Howard Rollins)
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Lt. V.L. 'Bubba' Skinner
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Althea Tibbs
David Hart ...
Officer Parker Williams
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Cpl. Wilson Sweet
Hugh O'Connor ...
Sgt. Lonnie Jamison
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Carl Tibbetts
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Officer Luann Corbin (as Crystal Fox)
Tonea Stewart ...
Aunt Etta Kibbey
Randal Patrick ...
Cleve Rumford
Rand Hopkins ...
Faravelli
Benji Wilhoite ...
Rusty Connors
Sally Drew ...
Grace Keesham
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Donna Jean Polk
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Carl Tibbets finds his wife in their bookstore dead of a single gunshot wound when he shows up for work in the morning. A grief-stricken Tibbets, who is a good friend of Officer Wilson Sweet, tells him that robbery might have played a motive in his wife's killing since some money from the bookstore is gone and her car is missing. Sweet believes that his friend Carl Tibbets is telling the truth and has nothing to do with the death of his wife. When the Sparta P.D. turns up evidence that contradicts Tibbets story, the investigation starts to take a different turn. Written by mts77

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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27 November 1990 (USA)  »

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William Schallert, who plays Mr. Tibbets, portrayed Mayor Schubert in the 1967 feature film. See more »

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