The Blues: Season 1, Episode 4

Warming by the Devil's Fire (1 Oct. 2003)

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Episode credited cast:
Tommy Redmond Hicks ...
Uncle Buddy
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Jr.
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Narrator
Ivy Cassel ...
Walking man
Frances Horton White ...
Peaches
Susan McWilliams ...
Love Grace
Tommie Tc Carter ...
Honeyboy
Goodman. Wille ...
Himself
Colleen White ...
Bobbie Grace
Vasti Jackson ...
Guitar Player
Nathaniel Lee Sr. ...
W.C. Handy
Ted Davis ...
Walter
Ilona W. Wilkes ...
Bar Owner
Jay R. Unger ...
Reverend Taylor
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Big Bill Broonzy ...
Himself (archive footage)
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The ghost that Jr. saw at the crossroads was played by his own dad, Nathaniel Lee Sr. See more »

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Nathaniel Lee Sr. knocked a man out in the Juke Joint and someone caught the man as he was falling. It was suppose to be the other way around, where Nathaniel Lee Sr. got knocked out, but he was too heavy for the man to catch while falling. See more »

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Stump Blues
Written by Big Bill Broonzy (as William Lee Conley Bronzy)
Performed by Big Bill Broonzy
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