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'''Disclaimer''': ''Movies listed here are a mix of movies that might possibly have influenced Tarantino in making this movie (so those are guesses) and movies that are directly or indirectly referenced to or more or less openly paid hommage to by Tarantino (such as "[http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Django Django]" obviously).''
 
'''Disclaimer''': ''Movies listed here are a mix of movies that might possibly have influenced Tarantino in making this movie (so those are guesses) and movies that are directly or indirectly referenced to or more or less openly paid hommage to by Tarantino (such as "[http://www.spaghetti-western.net/index.php/Django Django]" obviously).''
  
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==Classic Hollywood Film References==
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* One of the Wanted posters on the wall in the film is for Edwin Porter. Porter was an early film pioneer and the director of the  '''The Great Train Robbery (1903)'''.
  
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==Classic Exploitation Film References==
 
'''Mandingo'''
 
'''Mandingo'''
 
* [http://grindhousedatabase.com/index.php/Mandingo/DVD List of Mandingo DVDs and Bluray at the GDCB]
 
* [http://grindhousedatabase.com/index.php/Mandingo/DVD List of Mandingo DVDs and Bluray at the GDCB]

Revision as of 22:03, 31 October 2012

We are working on a list of movie references. Stay tuned.

Disclaimer: Movies listed here are a mix of movies that might possibly have influenced Tarantino in making this movie (so those are guesses) and movies that are directly or indirectly referenced to or more or less openly paid hommage to by Tarantino (such as "Django" obviously).

Classic Hollywood Film References

  • One of the Wanted posters on the wall in the film is for Edwin Porter. Porter was an early film pioneer and the director of the The Great Train Robbery (1903).

Classic Exploitation Film References

Mandingo

Django

Shango

  • Article page at the SWDB
  • Jamie Foxx' character is pronounce with a silent D, so it sounds a bit more like this spaghetti western

Minnesota Clay

  • Article page at the SWDB
  • This is a spaghetti western, one of Corbucci's early works, and also the title of a saloon in Django Unchained.

Charley One-Eye

The Hot Box