Who Won the 1968
Academy Awards Best Actor

Rod Steiger

("In The Heat Of The Night")

1967 Academy Awards Best Actor Winner
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7 Films That Are Way More Homophobic Than 'Get Hard'

Unicorn Booty (blog)
Get Hard is here, and it really is as homophobic as you've heard. But it's still 2015, so the movie tries extra hard to have it both ways by being nominally nice to a minor gay character, while simultaneously having a complete meltdown over gay sex ...

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More Events, Briefly, March 25

Jackson Hole News&Guide
It stars Lee J. Cobb as mob-connected union boss Johnny Friendly, Marlon Brando as washed-up boxer Terry Malloy, Rod Steiger as a crooked union lawyer and Eva Marie Saint as a dead dockworker's sister. A post-film discussion will be moderated by ...

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The best and worst black-white buddy movies

Kingston This Week
They wouldn't go to the well big-time for years, but In the Heat of the Night won the best picture Oscar in 1968 for showing how a racist Southern police chief (Rod Steiger) could get over it with just some angry smooth talk from (again) Sidney Poitier.

1968 Academy Awards Best Actor Winner Rod Steiger News

Double Take: The Player (1992)

PopMatters
Second, that party at Dick Mellon's place, with Jack Lemmon on poolside piano and Rod Steiger looking lost as he checks out the waterfall art, is the best satirical Jeff Goldblum-attended L.A. showbiz party in any film since Annie Hall. Finally ...

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