In the Heat of the Night Dangerous Engagement

Scott, Tony
May 1994
Variety Movie Reviews;5/4/1994, Issue 81, p2
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the television program "In the Heat of the Night Dangerous Engagement," directed by Vince McEveety and starring Carroll O'Connor and Carl Weathers.


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