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Mr. Pink (Character)
from Reservoir Dogs (1992)

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Mr. Pink was involved in a diamond heist with five other men. He was responsible for obtaining the diamonds in the back from the manager, along with Mr. White.

Not much is revealed in his back story. He is known for his strongly negative opinion of tipping waitresses. He has a strong opinion on himself & doesn't go as what society says to do. When given his name "Mr. Pink", he objects and requests to have his name changed to something less weak like "Mr. Purple", or to trade names with Mr. White.

After the heist is sabotaged, he is confident that there was a setup by the cops, although he does not know who tipped them off. He claims that he "blasted his way out of there", and that he escaped with, and stashed, the diamonds. He goes to the hideout after the heist where he and Mr. White talk about who set them up. He then leaves with Mr. White and Eddie Cabot, leaving Mr. Blonde alone with Mr. Orange and the cop taken hostage. Upon his return with Eddie and Mr. White, he sees that Mr. Blonde was shot and killed by Mr. Orange. He eventually avoids a possible confrontation by hiding under a ramp, then once everyone has been shot, he leaves. (It is possible that he took part in/was responsible for the murder of Eddie Cabot, as the order of gunshots in the final showdown does not make sense.) The fate of Mr. Pink is unknown. It is possible that he was caught by the police, or that he got away with the diamonds. The Reservoir Dogs videogame revealed his fate, but it is unknown whether or not this was the original intent of the writer.

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