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[Movies] A Chart Breakdown of All the Deaths in Quentin Tarantino's Movies
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 02.14.2013

Vanity Fair has a chart that has calculated most of the deaths in all of Quentin Tarantino's movies.

The chart includes a ratio of body count to body of work. In eight films, approximately 560 people have died on screen in Tarantino's films. Some of the numbers were approximated when it was impossible on how to calculate how many Nazis were killed in Inglorious Basterds, as well as how many people died in the shoot-out scene at the end of Django Unchained. Here is an image of the breakdown:

In total:

Number of deaths in Reservoir Dogs: 11
Number of deaths in Pulp Fiction: 7
Number of deaths in Jackie Brown: 4
Number of deaths in Kill Bill Volume 1: 62
Number of deaths in Kill Bill Volume 2: 13
Number of deaths in Death Proof: 6
Number of deaths in Inglorious Basterds: 396
Number of deaths in Django Unchained: 64


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