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Visual guide to Tarantino's casts

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If it ain't broke, don't change the cast. Or the director. Or the volume of fake blood.

This would appear to be the film making philosophy of Quentin Tarantino - a very select pool of actors has seen him create some of the most memorable (and graphic) films of recent decades.

But we'd not quite realised how select this group was until we discovered this brilliant animation from Timor Barshtman, titled Quentin Tarantino & Friends (also the title of a chat show we'd love to see).

Get ready for sliding cast members, pretty illustrations and bucket loads of Tarantino nostalgia.

Explore more infographics like this one on the web's largest information design community - Visually.

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