This movie starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman was filmed at more than 3 locations. Among them 3099 Atwater Ave in Los Angeles, United States. All filming locations of Pulp Fiction from 1994 are listed below.
A burger-loving hit man, his philosophical partner, a drug-addled gangster's moll and a washed-up boxer converge in this sprawling, comedic crime caper. Their adventures unfurl in three stories that ingeniously trip back and forth in time.
United States of America
John Travolta (Vincent Vega), Samuel L. Jackson (Jules Winnfield), Uma Thurman (Mia Wallace), Bruce Willis (Butch Coolidge), Ving Rhames (Marsellus Wallace), Harvey Keitel (Winston "The Wolf" Wolfe), Eric Stoltz (Lance) more..., Tim Roth (Ringo ("Pumpkin")), Amanda Plummer (Yolanda ("Honey Bunny")), Maria de Medeiros (Fabienne), Quentin Tarantino (Jimmie Dimmick), Christopher Walken (Captain Koons), Rosanna Arquette (Jody), Peter Greene (Zed), Duane Whitaker (Maynard), Angela Jones (Esmarelda Villalobos), Phil LaMarr (Marvin), Steve Buscemi (Buddy Holly), Bronagh Gallagher (Trudi), Laura Lovelace (Waitress), Frank Whaley (Brett), Burr Steers (Roger), Paul Calderon (Paul), Jerome Patrick Hoban (Ed Sullivan), Michael Gilden (Page for Phillip Morris), Gary Shorelle (Ricky Nelson), Susan Griffiths (Marilyn Monroe), Eric Clark (James Dean), Joseph Pilato (Dean Martin), Brad Blumenthal (Jerry Lewis), Lorelei Leslie (Mamie van Doren), Emil Sitka (Hold Hands You Lovebirds (archive footage)), Brenda Hillhouse (Mrs. Coolidge - Butch's Mother), Chandler Lindauer (Young Butch), Sy Sher (Klondike), Robert Ruth (Sportscaster #1 - Coffee Shop), Rich Turner (Sportscaster #2), Don Blakely (Wilson's Trainer), Carl Allen (Dead Floyd Wilson), Karen Maruyama (Gawker #1) and others.
Quentin Tarantino (Screenplay), Lawrence Bender (Producer), Danny DeVito (Executive Producer), Michael Shamberg (Executive Producer), Stacey Sher (Executive Producer), Andrzej Sekula (Director of Photography), Sally Menke (Editor) more..., Gary M. Zuckerbrod (Casting), Ronnie Yeskel (Casting), David Wasco (Production Design), Charles Collum (Art Direction), Sandy Reynolds-Wasco (Set Decoration), Betsy Heimann (Costume Design), Vance Trussell (Gaffer), Paul Hellerman (Production Manager), Richard N. Gladstein (Co-Executive Producer), Bob Weinstein (Co-Executive Producer), Karyn Rachtman (Music Supervisor), Kathy Nelson (Music Supervisor), Michelle Bühler (Makeup Artist), Bill Fletcher (Wigmaker), Audrey Futterman-Stern (Key Hair Stylist), Heidi Vogel (Post Production Supervisor), Ken Lesco (Stunt Coordinator), Ruth Lambert (Casting Associate), Jeff Olan (Casting), Jacqueline Aronson (Costume Supervisor), Mary Claire Hannan (Assistant Costume Designer), Patia Prouty (Set Costumer), Jennifer Beals (Thanks), Ziad Doueiri (First Assistant Camera), Donald Likovich (Assistant Editor), Bruce Jagoda (Electrician), Mike Stanwick (Color Timer), Dean Beville (Sound Editor), Andrew Dickler (Editorial Staff), Linda Arnold (Hairstylist), Emily Wolfe (Art Department Coordinator), Samantha Gore (Assistant Art Director), Brian Markey (Construction Coordinator) and others.
Miramax, A Band Apart, Jersey Films
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** spoiler alert ** Jules and Vincent are having breakfast in the diner that is being robbed.
Butch is waiting in his car when Marsellus Wallace crosses the road. When Marsellus sees him and Butch sees Marsellus he hits the gas.
Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega go out.