Young Quentin Tarantino

"Quentin Tarantino as a child was preoccupied with movies, and he was always writing. He wrote a screenplay called 'Captain Peachfuzz and the Anchovy Bandit,' and each year for mother's day he would write a little story for and about his mother in which she died at the end (he would assure her that he felt bad about the way things turned out)..."

[Tarantino (who once called himself "the patron saint of video clerks") and his fellow employees once designed a display of horror movies to commemorate the anniversary of the Manson family murders.]

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