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{{RDmenu}}'''''Reservoir Dogs''''' is a 1992 movie written and directed by [[Quentin Tarantino]]. Starring [[Harvey Keitel]], [[Quentin Tarantino]], [[Tim Roth]], [[Steve Buscemi]], [[Chris Penn]], [[Michael Madsen]], [[Lawrence Tierney]], and  [[Eddie Bunker]]. It is Tarantino's first feature motion picture that he wrote and directed. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and created quite a controversy.
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== AKA titles==
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'''''Reservoir Dogs''''' is a 1992 heist-crime film written and directed by [[Quentin Tarantino]]. It is Quentin Tarantino's first feature motion picture. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and created quite a controversy due to its violent content.
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* '''Starring''': [[Harvey Keitel]], [[Quentin Tarantino]], [[Tim Roth]], [[Steve Buscemi]], [[Chris Penn]], [[Michael Madsen]], [[Lawrence Tierney]], and  [[Eddie Bunker]].
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====Also Known As====
 
* Reservoir Dogs - Wilde Hunde (Germany)
 
* Reservoir Dogs - Wilde Hunde (Germany)
 
* Perros de Reserva (Mexico)
 
* Perros de Reserva (Mexico)
  
==The Story==
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====The Story====
 
Six men are hired to take part in a jewel heist. [[Joe Cabot]] ([[Lawrence Tierney]]) and his son [[Nice Guy Eddie]] Cabot ([[Chris Penn]]) hire the men who are then given colors as names to protect their identities. They are: [[Mr. Blonde]] ([[Michael Madsen]]), [[Mr. Brown]] ([[Quentin Tarantino]]), [[Mr. White]] ([[Harvey Keitel]]), [[Mr. Blue]] ([[Eddie Bunker]]), [[Mr. Pink]] ([[Steve Buscemi]]) and [[Mr. Orange]] ([[Tim Roth]]). After the authorities show up unannounced and the robbery goes bad, the remaining members who make it out alive, suspect one of their own to be an informer for the police.
 
Six men are hired to take part in a jewel heist. [[Joe Cabot]] ([[Lawrence Tierney]]) and his son [[Nice Guy Eddie]] Cabot ([[Chris Penn]]) hire the men who are then given colors as names to protect their identities. They are: [[Mr. Blonde]] ([[Michael Madsen]]), [[Mr. Brown]] ([[Quentin Tarantino]]), [[Mr. White]] ([[Harvey Keitel]]), [[Mr. Blue]] ([[Eddie Bunker]]), [[Mr. Pink]] ([[Steve Buscemi]]) and [[Mr. Orange]] ([[Tim Roth]]). After the authorities show up unannounced and the robbery goes bad, the remaining members who make it out alive, suspect one of their own to be an informer for the police.
  
==External links==
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====External links====
 
*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105236/ Reservoir Dogs] at the Internet Movie Database
 
*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105236/ Reservoir Dogs] at the Internet Movie Database
  
== Restricted US Trailer==
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==== Restricted US Trailer====
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[[Category:Movies]][[Category:Reservoir Dogs]]
 
[[Category:Movies]][[Category:Reservoir Dogs]]

Latest revision as of 19:00, 3 September 2015

Reservoir Dogs is a 1992 heist-crime film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. It is Quentin Tarantino's first feature motion picture. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and created quite a controversy due to its violent content.

Also Known As

  • Reservoir Dogs - Wilde Hunde (Germany)
  • Perros de Reserva (Mexico)

The Story

Six men are hired to take part in a jewel heist. Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) and his son Nice Guy Eddie Cabot (Chris Penn) hire the men who are then given colors as names to protect their identities. They are: Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen), Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarantino), Mr. White (Harvey Keitel), Mr. Blue (Eddie Bunker), Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi) and Mr. Orange (Tim Roth). After the authorities show up unannounced and the robbery goes bad, the remaining members who make it out alive, suspect one of their own to be an informer for the police.

External links

Restricted US Trailer