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Watch: Quentin Tarantino Dances & Explains Influence Of 'The Aristocats' On 'Pulp Fiction' Dance Scene

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist January 15, 2013 at 11:40AM

Well, we've already seen the kind of questioning that guarantees Quentin Tarantino flying into a "shutting your butt down" rage, but if you want him to get up and dance, just talk about "Pulp Fiction."
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Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino

Well, we've already seen the kind of questioning that guarantees Quentin Tarantino flying into a "shutting your butt down" rage, but if you want him to get up and dance, just talk about "Pulp Fiction."

As part of his U.K. press tour, the director stopped by "The Graham Norton Show" where the always (irritatingly) perky host inquired about how Tarantino directed the dance sequence in his breakout film. And from there, Tarantino proceeded to demonstrate, and explained how "The Aristocats" informed his approach to Uma Thurman's moves. It's worth a look, and following the spit take he did at the Golden Globes (see below), Tarantino is suddenly the most gif-able director around. [ONTD]

This article is related to: Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction


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