Poll: Most Iconic Scene from a Quentin Tarantino Movie

A poll by pere-25366

Results of 2,523 votes:

  1. 481

    #23

  2. 86

    #3

  3. 36

    "Pulp Fiction"

  4. 10

    #33

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