30 Bad Motherf---kin' Facts About Pulp Fiction

Ready for a little trip back in time, or perhaps a walk down memory lane? Well, you're in luck!

All the way back on October 14th, 1994, Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino was released in American cinemas, establishing a new Hollywood auteur. The movie not only taught Americans what a Quarter Pounder with Cheese is called in Europe, but it also relaunched John Travolta's acting career (earning him an Oscar nod for Best Actor) and revealed a different side of Bruce Willis to viewers.

The movie cost 8 million dollars to make but would go on to gross over 213.9 Million Dollars in theaters. Tarantino's movie debuted at the Cannes Film Festival. Before making its debut on American soil at the New York Film Festival on September 23, 1994, it was screened at several film festivals across the globe, from Munich to Locarno. Before it had its formal debut on October 14, 1994, in the United States, the movie was first distributed in Slovakia, South Korea, and Japan. Through the course of 1994 and 1995, the feature was released throughout Asia and Europe.

Here are 20 facts about Pulp Fiction you might not have known, including that the film had 265 "F words" in it.
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