Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Actors (voice): John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Samuel L.

Genre: Crime, Thriller

Release date: 1994

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I thought so. You remember your business partner Marsellus Wallace,

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Description: 4 seconds sample from the movie Pulp Fiction (1994).

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You can hear this line at 00:14:25 in the DVD version of the movie.

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204 00:14:12,400 --> 00:14:15,300 You do remember your business partner, don't you ?
205 00:14:17,900 --> 00:14:20,800 Now, let me take a wild guess here.
206 00:14:22,700 --> 00:14:25,600 - You're Brett, right ? - Yeah.
207 00:14:25,700 --> 00:14:29,700 I thought so. You remember your business partner Marsellus Wallace,
208 00:14:29,900 --> 00:14:31,700 don't ya, Brett ?
209 00:14:31,700 --> 00:14:33,300 Yeah, I remember.
210 00:14:33,400 --> 00:14:37,400 Good. Looks like me and Vincent caught you boys at breakfast.
211 00:14:37,600 --> 00:14:40,100 Sorry about that. Whatcha havin' ?
212 00:14:40,200 --> 00:14:42,100 Hamburgers.

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