Quentin Tarantino sees everything these days—even the occasional Marvel movie. But in 1973, the year everyone was flocking to see Enter the Dragon, a 10-year-old Tarantino spent most of his time in Knoxville, Tennessee, wishing he could click his heels and go back home to California. By the time Valley Girl opened, he was dialed into mass culture but not yet able to create it. Join us for Episode 2 as we follow Quentin through the ’70s and into the ’80s.
Quentin Tunes in, Drops Out
In 1973, the year everyone was flocking to see ‘Enter the Dragon,’ a 10-year-old Tarantino spent most of his time in Knoxville, Tennessee, wishing he could click his heels and go back home to California
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