R | | Comedy, Drama
A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.
The Columbia Pictures logo at the start of the film is not the modern one, but the one in use in 1969, which is when the film is set.
Bounty Law Promo Announcer:
This man is worth 500 dollars. And this man's going to collect. He's Jake Cahill, and he lives by... "Bounty Law".
George Spahn's house was not on top of a small hill, but behind the western set. The hill idea was intentional.
This film breaks the motif of denoting "The (number) film by Quentin Tarantino" in the opening or ending credits; instead it simply states "Written and Directed by Quentin Tarantino."
The version of the film that screened at The Cannes Film Festival was 159 minutes, two minutes shorter than the version released in theaters in the US. Tarantino reportedly added in more scenes of Sharon Tate, including extending the scene where she picks up a hitchhiker.
English, Italian, Spanish, German
$41,082,018 28 July 2019