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===Once Upon A Time in Hollywood===
 
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* Actor [[Rick Dalton]] came up with the earliest slogan for the brand: "Pineapple? On my burger?"
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*The catchphrase “Pineapple? On my burger?” was originally ad-libbed by actor [[Rick Dalton]] backstage before the director chose to write it into a 60's TV commercial spot. The phrase went on to appear in five more commercials over the next two years.
 
* Ad appears on bus billboard (pic needed)
 
* Ad appears on bus billboard (pic needed)
  

Latest revision as of 15:47, 16 June 2019

Big Kahuna Burger

Fictional Hawaiian themed burger chain created by Quentin Tarantino, and featured in Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn. It is also mentioned as being a sponsor for Jungle Julia's billboards in the Death Proof segment of Grindhouse, featured in Robert Rodriguez's Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D, Quentin's segment of Four Rooms and a scene in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion in which the two principal characters are eating junk food.

Reservoir Dogs

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From Dusk Till Dawn

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Pulp Fiction

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Four Rooms

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Romy & Michele's High School Reunion

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Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

  • The catchphrase “Pineapple? On my burger?” was originally ad-libbed by actor Rick Dalton backstage before the director chose to write it into a 60's TV commercial spot. The phrase went on to appear in five more commercials over the next two years.
  • Ad appears on bus billboard (pic needed)

Fictional Locations

Southern California and Southern Texas.

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