During Mr. Pink's flashback, as he's being chased by the three cops, he pushes a man with a grey jacket aside as he comes between him and another man; in one shot, the man with the grey jacket falls onto the ground, but in the next angle, he just moves to the side. See more...
Quentin Tarantino did not actually give a script to Kirk Baltz (Marvin Nash) for the scene in which Mr. Blonde was going to light him on fire. Instead, while practicing the scene, he basically just said "Convince this man not to light you on fire." While Kirk Baltz was going through the obvious lines like "Please don't. Stop.", he remembered Michael Madsen had just had a kid, and said "I have a little kid at home." As soon as he said that, Madsen immediately stopped, and did everything he could to convince Quentin to NOT let Baltz use that line, but Quentin liked it so much he made him use it for filming. See more...
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|Original entry||Kirk Baltz wanted to get the feel of what it was like to be driven around in a trunk, so one day on the set he asked Michael Madsen to drive him around for a while. Madsen immediately jumped at the opportunity and took him for a drive. He planned on taking a quick trip around the block, but decided to have some fun, and went down an extremely bumpy alley. When he got out of the alley, he saw a Taco Bell, and figured he should get some food, just like Mr. Blonde does in the movie. Madsen said that he had to turn the radio up really loud to make sure no one heard the screams that were coming from the trunk. Ask Michael Madsen, and when he opened the trunk, Baltz was terrified and crying like a baby. Ask Baltz, and he was a little shook up, but handled it well.|