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Pulp Fiction Quiz

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1994 was a good year. Oasis released Definitely Maybe, Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting was published and, terrifyingly, Tom Daley was born.

And, of course, Pulp Fiction was released to an unsuspecting world, soon becoming simultaneously a huge hit and a cult classic. Featuring a lot of swearing, a lot of violence, and a whole lot of popcultural and cinematic references, it also relaunched John Travolta's career and turned Samuel L. Jackson into a worldwide star.

How much do you know about Tarantino's classic? Take our quiz and find out.

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