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Elle Driver from Kill Bill

Elle Driver played by Daryl Hannah is a member of The Deadly Viper Assassination Squad. Her code name is California Mountain Snake. Elle was put in the position Beatrix Kiddo had before her attempted assassination by Bill. It is clear that she and Bill had some sort of romantic relation after Kiddo’s attempted assassination. Her most notable characteristic is her eyepatch which she wears due to having her eye ripped out by Pei Mei for calling him a ‘miserable old fool’ while training. Elle can be described as short-tempered rude and arrogant. Her selfish behavior eventually causes her demise.

Marsellus Wallace from Pulp Fiction

Marsellus Wallace played by Ving Rhames is the mob boss running all of LA. He is married to Mia Wallace who he is extremely protective of. Recently Marsellus has lost something very important of his briefcase and has hired two hitmen to get it back for him. The bandaid on the back of his head is not explained in the film but is an important characteristic.

Butch Coolidge from Pulp Fiction

Butch Coolidge played by Bruce Willis is a professional boxer living in Los Angeles. He has gotten into trouble with Marsellus Wallace. Butch double-crossed the mob boss after being coerced into fixing a match. Together with his French girlfriend Fabienne he plans to stay low in a motel until he can escape LA. Butch’s most prized possession is his father’s gold watch which has been passed on from each generation.

Bridget Von Hammersmark from Inglourious Basterds

Bridget Von Hammersmark played by Diane Kruger is a famous Nazi Germany film star who is also an important spy for the Allies. She is an incredible actress and wins the nazis over with her charm which makes her a key asset for Operation Kino’s success. What makes this outfit complete is definitely the blank playing cards. Make sure to grab one and inscribe G.W. Pabst on it before placing it on the brim of your hat. Maybe get some friends to play ‘Who Am I?’ while you are at it.

Cliff Booth from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Cliff Booth from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) was a longtime stunt double for Rick Dalton on the Western television show Bounty Law. They’ve since become close friends.

Rick Dalton from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Rick Dalton from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio) who starred in the Western TV show Bounty Law in the 1960s, but now finds himself struggling to transition to feature films. Neighbors with Sharon Tate, he contemplates moving to Italy which has become a hotbed for low-budget Western movies.

Sharon Tate from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Sharon Tate from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie) is an actress married to director Roman Polanski. She meets a gruesome fate when Charles Manson’s followers break into her Hollywood home.

Clarence Worley

Clarence Worley

In True Romance, Clarence Worley (Christian Slater) is an Elvis fanatic who’s on the run from all kinds of trouble. It’s at a kung-fu flick that he strikes up a conversation with pretty Alabama Whitman and which leads to so much more.

Eddie Cabot from Reservoir Dogs

Eddie Cabot

In Reservoir Dogs, “Nice Guy” Eddie Cabot (Chris Penn) is the son of criminal mastermind Joe Cabot. Together they recruit a gang of men with color codenames to rob a jewelry store but things quickly go off the rails.

Vincenzo Coccotti in True Romance

In the 1993 film True Romance, Vicenzo Coccotti (Christopher Walken) is the consigliere to “Blue” Lou Boyle in Detroit. His cool, calm and collected personality is shattered when Clarence Worley’s father, Clifford Worley (Dennis Hopper), insults his Sicilian heritage. In addition to the costume, practice saying, “you’re a cantaloupe,” in your best Walken impression.