Dave Chappelle: For What it's Worth (2004)

Director
Stan Lathan

Main cast
Dave Chappelle

Genres
Comedy

Description
2004 television special starring stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle. The performance was recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California in June 2004, and it premiered on September 4 later that year on Showtime. The special earned two Emmy nominations.


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