The Making of Pulp Fiction in Stills, Snapshots

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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.

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Tarantino with Linda Chen, who corrected and typed his screenplay and later served as unit photographer on the film.

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A map from a call sheet for the coffee-shop set at the Hawthorne Grill, in California.

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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.

 

The Making of Pulp Fiction in Stills, Snapshots, and Script Pages

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