Groovy Details Fans Noticed In 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is Quentin Tarantino's love letter to old Hollywood, and as with all his movies, he puts an extraordinary amount of thought behind each shot and scene. Film fanatics have gone over the Los Angeles period piece with a fine-tooth comb and have discovered a handful of details that might have been missed on the first (or even second) viewing. Vote up the tiny details that pack the most punch.
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The Maltese Falcon
Posted by u/3six5:
In Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood (2019), the Maltese Falcon is featured in scene after Sharon Tate see's her name on a marquee for the first time.
Note: The statue is the real on from the 1941 classic movie. It was on loan from star Leonard Dicaprio, who owns the iconic movie prop.
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Posted by u/ZCatcher:
In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Cliff Booth’s belt buckle says "Stuntman Association Member."
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Sharon's Gift To Roman
Posted by u/thecasual-man:
In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Sharon Tate picks up a first edition copy of Tess of the d'Urbervilles as a gift for her husband Roman Polanski, the film adaptation of which Tess (1979) Polanski later directed and dedicated to his late wife
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Small Nod To 'The Hateful Eight'
Posted by u/everydaywasnovember:
In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Cliff Booth has the coffee pot from The Hateful Eight (2015) in his kitchen.
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Posted by u/honorface76:
The 1966 Cadillac DeVille driven by Brad Pitt [but owned by Leonardo DiCaprio's character] in the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood already has a rich Hollywood history. That's because the DeVille is the same one seen driven by Michael Madsen in Reservoir Dogs, and is Madsen's personal car.
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Call Back To 'Inglorious Basterds'
Posted by u/Another_Slim_Shady:
In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), Rick Dalton's fourth Italian film is directed by Antonio Margheriti, the alias used by Sgt. Donowitz in Inglorious Basterds (2009).
Posted by @FilmEasterEggs:
Antonio Margheriti was a real Italian filmmaker that Tarantino was a fan of.