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Watch: Supercut Of The Music Scenes In Quentin Tarantino's Films

The Playlist By Cain Rodriguez | The Playlist August 21, 2014 at 11:11AM

He hasn’t even shot a foot of film on “The Hateful Eight” and we still can’t stop talking about Quentin Tarantino. Earlier this week, we showed you a supercut of every death and kill in Tarantino’s filmography, and yesterday brought a look at the teaser for the director’s latest. Today we traverse into the past again, but this time with a less violent result.
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He hasn’t even shot a foot of film on “The Hateful Eight” and we still can’t stop talking about Quentin Tarantino. Earlier this week, we showed you a supercut of every death and kill in Tarantino’s filmography, and yesterday brought a look at the teaser for the director’s latest. Today we traverse into the past again, but this time with a less violent result.

Yesterday, editor Javier Virto posted a short supercut on Vimeo that shines a spotlight on some of the iconic sequences in Tarantino’s films which memorably used music. All the heavy hitter are accounted for: the Jack Rabbit Slims dance, the Mr. Blonde and cop interrogation, the lapdance scene in the extended cut of “Death Proof” and many others.

While you’ll have to play the songs originally used in the scenes in your head —the video cuts all the scenes into a montage set to The Human Beinz’s “Nobody But Me,” which itself was used during The Bride’s fight with the Crazy 88s in Kill Bill vol. 1— the video is still worth a look. Watch it below. [35MM]

This article is related to: Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Django Unchained


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