"In the Heat of the Night" photo
"In the Heat of the Night" was a film starring Sidney Poitier and Carroll O'Connor. It centered around an African-American detective who is enlisted to investigate a murder in a small racist Southern town. The famous "They call me Mr. Tibbs!" line came from this film. The movie, directed by Norman Jewison, won the 1967 Oscar for "Best Picture."
Blast to the Past, 1967, with "The Early Show"
Photos: Remember 1967
Remembering Love and War: 1967
"My Three Sons" Cast Reunite
"Hair" Revives 1967 Energy
The novel "Rosemary's Baby"
"Rosemary's Baby" was a best selling horror novel in 1967, and one of the top 10 best sellers of the year. Major elements of the story were inspired by the publicity surrounding the Church of Satan of Anton LaVey, which was founded in 1966. The novel centers on Rosemary, an anxious, pregnant stay-at-home mother. As the novel progresses, she comes to believe she is carrying the child of Satan.
Reflections on 1979
Blasting Back in Time to 1983
Model of a 1967 Ford Mustang
When people think of a classic Mustang, they are usually talking about the model made in 1967. It's a classic, beloved car, and an icon of the year
Pop Tarts, the classic breakfast/snack treats topped with frosting, were released in 1967.