Quentin Tarantino in L.A. in 1994, in his 1964 Chevrolet Malibu, in which John Travolta drives an overdosed Uma Thurman to his drug dealer’s house in the film.
Tarantino with Linda Chen, who corrected and typed his screenplay and later served as unit photographer on the film.
A map from a call sheet for the coffee-shop set at the Hawthorne Grill, in California.
From left to right:
A second call sheet for the rape scene at the Mason-Dixon pawnshop, noted with “This will be a closed set.” Handwritten at the top of the sheet: “Absolutely No Visitors, No Exceptions!”
A call sheet for the Mason-Dixon pawnshop scene, where audiences are introduced to the Gimp.
A call sheet for the taxi scene, when Butch and Esmeralda discuss killing a man.