Jackie Brown

Trivia: The white Honda Civic that Jackie Brown uses in the movie is a left over from Pulp Fiction - it was going to be used as a second to the car that Butch crashes into Marcellus Wallace but the stunt went right the first time, and it was never used.

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Trivia: The film is based on the novel "Rum Punch," the sequel to a book Quentin Tarantino was once caught shoplifting from Wal-Mart when he was 11 years old.

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Trivia: In one of the deleted scenes on the DVD (the one between Jackie and the cop in the restaurant) the cop is about to call over a waitress and he says 'Garçon' Jackie then corrects him and says 'Garçon means boy.' The same thing happens in Pulp Fiction when Tim Roth shouts for a waitress. Tarantino has said that the 'Garçon Waitress' will probably be a waitress in all of his films.

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Trivia: The voice on Jackie's answering machine in her apartment is Quentin Tarantino's voice.

Trivia: If you look at the credits, you will see that the casting was done by a woman named Jaki Brown.

Trivia: The info on bondsman Max Cherry's ID (ie. height, weight, eye colour, birth date) is that of Robert Forrester, the actor who plays him.

Other mistake: When De Niro and Bridget Fonda are talking and trading hits off of bong, alone in the apartment, while they're talking there comes a pause where they both look at each other with their mouths closed, and you can here someone coughing in the background.

More mistakes in Jackie Brown

Ordell Robbie: Is that what I think it is?
Jackie Brown: What do you think it is?
Ordell Robbie: I think it's a gun pressed up against my dick.
Jackie Brown: Well, you thought right. Now take your hands off from around my throat, ni**a.

More quotes from Jackie Brown

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