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An Inept Rap Parody Movie Proves to Be a Pretty Good Time

Film critic Stephen Schiff reviews CB4, the new satirical comedy produced by Nelson George, and starring Chris Rock and Phil Hartman of Saturday Night Live.


Other segments from the episode on March 11, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 11, 1993: Interview with Robert Jay Lifton; Interview with Marc Roberts; Review of the film "CB4."


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