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A "rapumentary", covering the rise to fame of MC Gusto, Stab Master Arson, and Dead Mike: members of the rap group "CB4". We soon learn that these three are not what they seem and don't... See more »

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Albert / MC Gusto
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Euripides / Dead Mike
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Otis / Stab Master Arson
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A. White
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Virgil Robinson
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Gusto (as Charles Q. Murphy)
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Sissy
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Albert Sr.
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Eve
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Trustus
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40 Dog (as Tyrone Granderson Jones)
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Daliha
Victor Wilson ...
Lt. Davenport
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Baa Baa Ack
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Ben
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Wacky Dee
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Owner
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Grandma
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Mrs. Otis
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Tamika (as Sharisse Jackson)
Daphne Jones ...
Tashana
Saba Shawel ...
Tawana
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Talona (as Vanessa Lee Chester)
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Tee Tee
Wayne 'Crescendo' Ward ...
Biscuit Diner
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Director
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Malik
Christopher J. Keene ...
Accountant
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Well Dressed Man
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976-Sexy
Mari J. Sahley ...
976-Piss
Al Clegg ...
976-Diss
LaVerne Anderson ...
Video Set Dancer
Sonee Thompson ...
Video Set Dancer
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Inmate
Melvin Jones ...
Inmate
Cathy Giannone ...
Diner
Bill Haller ...
Diner
Kenneth Menard ...
Diner
Loretta Jean ...
Diner (as Loretta Jean Crudup)
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Sun
Robbin Tasha-Ford ...
Shine
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Twin
Rosie Tenison ...
Twin
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Albertina (as Niketa Calame)
Jedda Jones ...
Waitress
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Himself
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Herself
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Himself
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Himself
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Himself
Eazy-E ...
Himself (as Eazy E)
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Cameo (uncredited)
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Weird Warren (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited)
Valentina Marie Lomborg ...
Otis' Girlfriend (uncredited)

Directed by

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Tamra Davis

Written by

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Chris Rock ... (story) &
Nelson George ... (story)
 
Chris Rock ... (screenplay) &
Nelson George ... (screenplay) and
Robert LoCash ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Sean Daniel ... executive producer
William Fay ... co-producer
Nelson George ... producer
Brian Grazer ... executive producer
Chris Rock ... co-producer

Music by

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John Barnes

Cinematography by

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Karl Walter Lindenlaub

Film Editing by

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Earl Watson

Editorial Department

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Kelly Stone ... post-production assistant
Scott C. Wilson ... additional editor (music videos in film)
Paul Wojciechowski ... trailer editor

Casting By

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Kimberly Hardin ... (as Kim Hardin)

Production Design by

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Nelson Coates

Art Direction by

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Martin Charles

Set Decoration by

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Susan Benjamin

Costume Design by

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Bernie White

Makeup Department

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Kim D. Davis ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Terra Abroms ... post-production supervisor (as Terra Mair-Abroms)
David Witz ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Maria L. Melograne ... assistant director (as Maria Melograne)
Rip Murray ... assistant director

Art Department

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Thomas Cooper ... propmaker
Bryan Corbett ... propmaker
Marcus Epps ... set dresser
Cliff Lane ... assistant props (as Clifford Lane)
Tamara Murphy ... on-set dresser
David Russell ... storyboard artist
Karen Steward ... set designer
John Stone ... construction foreman
Michael Whetstone ... lead man

Sound Department

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Bill Baldwin ... first assistant sound editor
Andy D'Addario ... re-recording mixer
Zack Davis ... sound editor
Jonathan Fuh ... boom operator
José Antonio García ... sound mixer
Sandy Gendler ... supervising sound editor
Jon Johnson ... sound editor
Steve Kohler ... sound
Val Kuklowsky ... supervising adr editor
Richard LeGrand Jr. ... foley artist
Diane Marshall ... foley artist
Oscar Mitt ... assistant sound editor
Ben Wilkins ... sound effects editor

Special Effects by

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John C. Hartigan ... special effects
Jon P. Mooers ... standby special effects

Stunts

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Randy Fife ... stunts
Larry Holt ... stunts
Bob Minor ... stunt coordinator
Robair Sims ... stunt performer
Brian J. Williams ... stunt double: Cameraman

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richard M. Butkus Jr. ... electrician
Alan Caso ... Steadicam operator
Loren Corl ... key grip
Andreas Crawford ... dolly grip
Kevin Dean ... grip
Alan Frazier ... electrician
Austin Goss ... gaffer
Brandon James ... film loader
Gary D. Scott ... first assistant camera: "a" camera/Steadicam
Scott Webb ... best boy electric
Kassa Zakadi ... still photographer
Phillip Darlington ... grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Leah Daniels Butler ... casting assistant (as Leah Daniels)
Cheryl Faye ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Winifred Kennamer ... set costumer
Phyllis Sylvester ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Rick Rothen ... location manager

Music Department

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Daniel Gaber ... assistant music editor
Earl Ghaffari ... music editor
Bill Stephney ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Tina M. Arter-Duquette ... transportation coordinator
Michael W. Broomer ... driver

Other crew

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Jeffrey Berk ... assistant production coordinator
William J. Branca ... consultant
Cassandra Butcher ... unit publicist
Belinda Ellis ... production coordinator
Susan Gee ... production financing
Jeannette Godoy ... choreographer
Solomon J. LeFlore ... production financing
Tracy Mallozzi ... assistant to director
Rodney Saulsberry ... adr/voice talent
John V. Stuckmeyer ... completion executive
Leyla Türkkan ... publicist
Daniel Wheatcroft ... studio executive
Jeff Coopwood ... adr voice (uncredited)
James Lumb ... assistant: the co-producer (uncredited)

Thanks

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William J. Branca ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A "rapumentary", covering the rise to fame of MC Gusto, Stab Master Arson, and Dead Mike: members of the rap group "CB4". We soon learn that these three are not what they seem and don't apear to know as much about rap music as they claim... but a lack of musical ability in an artist never hurts sales, does it? You've just got to play the part of a rap star... Written by Murray Chapman

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Taglines Sex, Rhymes and keepin' it real. See more »
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Also Known As
  • CB4 - The Movie (Germany)
  • Си Би 4 (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • CB4 - Uma História Sem Rap End (Brazil)
  • СиБи 4: Четвертый подряд (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 89 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Chris Rock re-enacts his crack smoking scene (with the same facial expressions and wearing the same clothing) from the film New Jack City (1991). See more »
Goofs Rachel True (Albert's girlfriend) calls him Arthur instead of Albert on the stairs of the scene at his mother's house. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Point of No Return/CB4/Fire in the Sky/Barbarians at the Gate/Il Lardo Di Bambini (1993). See more »
Soundtracks The Show See more »
Crazy Credits After the credits Chris Rock is shown playing Cheap Pete who asks a newspaper vendor how much a newspaper costs. When he finds out it's too expensive he asks to pay 15 cents and for the vendor to read him the good news. See more »
Quotes Euripides: Yeah, yeah, I'm lickin' your balls, best balls I ever had. Uh-huh, you've got King-Kong balls. Your balls are so large, just big balls, I don't care. You just got big balls.
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