4 Little Girls


Documentary, History
1h 42min


Maxine McNair
Self - Mother of Denise McNair
Chris McNair
Self - Father of Denise McNair
Helen Pegues
Self - Denise's Aunt
Queen Nunn
Self - Neighbor of Denise McNair
Arthur Hanes Jr.
Self - Defense Attorney for Bob Chambliss
Howell Raines
Self - New York Times Editor
Harold McNair
Self - Denise's Uncle
Carole C. Smitherman
Self - Denise's Childhood Friend
Wamo Reed Robertson
Self - Carole's Aunt
Dianne Braddock
Self - Carole's Sister
Carolyn Lee Brown
Self - Carole's Childhood Friend
Alpha Robertson
Self - Mother of Carole Robertson
Wyatt Tee Walker
Self - Former Executive Director of SCLC
Fred Lee Shuttlesworth
Self - Pres. of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights
Florence Terrell
Self - School Teacher
Gwendolyn White
Self - School Teacher
Doris Lockhart
Self - Neighbor of Cynthia Wesley
Gerald Colbert
Self - Cynthia's Childhood Neighbor
Freeman Hrabowski III
Self - Cynthia's Childhood Friend
Shirley Wesley King
Self - Cynthia's Sister
Carolyn M. McKinstry
Self - Cynthia's Childhood Friend
David J. Vann
Self - Former Mayor of Birmingham
Bill Baxley
Self - Former Attorney General of Alabama
Albert Boutwell
Self - Former Mayor of Birmingham (archive footage)
Andrew Young
Self - SCLC
Taylor Branch
Self - Author
Nadean S. Williams
Self - Music Teacher
Janie Gaines
Self - Addie Mae's Sister
Rhonda Nunn Thomas
Self - Denise's Childhood Friend
James Bevel
Self - SCLC
Tommy Wrenn
Self - SCLC
Nicholas Katzenbach
Self - Former US Attorney General
Billie Harris
Self - Funeral Home Director
Ricky Powell
Self - Denise's Childhood Friend
Lillie Brown
Self - SCLC
Ossie Davis
Self - Actor and Playwright
Mahalia Jackson
Self - During March on Washington (archive footage)
Barbara Nunn
Self - Denise's Childhood Friend
John Cross
Self - Former Pastor of 16th St. Baptist Church
Barbara Cross
Self - Daughter of Reverend Cross
Morris Marshall
Self - 16th Street Baptist Church Member
Junie Collins
Self - Addie Mae's Sister
Diane Nash
Self - SCLC
Faye Davis
Self - Carole's Childhood Friend
Walter Cronkite
Self - Special Correspondent CBS News
Bill Cosby
Self - Educator
Jesse Jackson
Self - Founder of the Rainbow Push Coalition
Reggie White
Self - Green Bay Packers
Ralph Abernathy
Self - with Martin Luther King (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Brinkley
Self - Reports on Chambliss Trial (archive footage) (uncredited)
Addie Mae Collins
Self (joint funeral) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Eugene 'Bull' Connor
Self (archive footage) (uncredited)
James Farmer
Self - with Freedom Riders (archive footage) (uncredited)
Martin Luther King
Self (archive footage) (uncredited)
Spike Lee
Interviewer (voice) (uncredited)
Denise McNair
Self (at family gathering) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Cynthia Wesley
Self (joint funeral) (archive footage) (uncredited)


On September 15, 1963, a bomb destroyed a black church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four young girls who were there for Sunday school. It was a crime that shocked the nation--and a defining moment in the history of the civil-rights movement. Spike Lee re-examines the full story of the bombing, including a revealing interview with former Alabama Governor George Wallace.

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