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A middle-aged woman finds herself in the middle of a huge conflict that will either make her a profit or cost her life. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Pam Grier ... Jackie Brown

Samuel L. Jackson ... Ordell Robbie

Robert Forster ... Max Cherry

Bridget Fonda ... Melanie Ralston

Michael Keaton ... Ray Nicolette

Robert De Niro ... Louis Gara

Michael Bowen ... Mark Dargus

Chris Tucker ... Beaumont Livingston

LisaGay Hamilton ... Sheronda

Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Winston (as Tommy 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)

Hattie Winston ... Simone

Sid Haig ... Judge

Aimee Graham ... Amy - Billingsley Sales Girl
Ellis Williams ... Cockatoo Bartender (as Ellis E. Williams)

Tangie Ambrose ... Billingsley Sales Girl #2

T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ... Raynelle - Ordell's Junkie Friend (as T'Keyah Crystal Keymah)
Venessia Valentino ... Cabo Flight Attendant

Diana Uribe ... Anita Lopez
Renee Kelly ... Cocktail Waitress
Elizabeth McInerney ... Bartender at Sam's
Colleen Mayne ... Girl at Security Gate

Laura Lovelace ... Steakhouse Waitress
Christine Lydon ... Tec-9 Sidney - Chicks Who Love Guns (as Christine Lydon M.D.)
Julia Ervin ... Steyr AUG Cindy - Chicks Who Love Guns
Juliet Long ... AK-47 Gloria - Chicks Who Love Guns
Michelle Berube-Schneider ... Baretta 12S Brittany - Chicks Who Love Guns (as Michelle Berube)

Gillian White ... Mossberg 500 Tammy Jo - Chicks Who Love Guns (as Gillian Iliana-Waters)
Candice Briese ... The Deputy
Gary Mann ... The Deputy
Jeffrey Deedrick ... The Sheriff
Roy Nesvold ... The Sheriff
Herbert Hans Wilmsen ... The Sheriff
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Helmut Berger ... Nanni Vitali (archive footage) (uncredited)

Denise Crosby ... Public Defender (uncredited)

Tony Curtis ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Marisa Mell ... Giuliana Caroli (archive footage) (uncredited)

Glendon Rich ... Restaurant Regular (uncredited)

Mary Ann Schmidt ... Flight Attendant (uncredited)

Quentin Tarantino ... Answering Machine Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Quentin Tarantino 
Writing credits
Quentin Tarantino (written for the screen by)

Elmore Leonard (novel "Rum Punch")

Produced by
Lawrence Bender .... producer
Richard N. Gladstein .... executive producer
Paul Hellerman .... co-producer
Elmore Leonard .... executive producer
Bob Weinstein .... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein .... executive producer
Cinematography by
Guillermo Navarro (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Sally Menke 
Casting by
Jaki Brown 
Robyn M. Mitchell 
Production Design by
David Wasco 
Art Direction by
Daniel Bradford 
Set Decoration by
Sandy Reynolds-Wasco 
Costume Design by
Mary Claire Hannan 
Makeup Department
Marietta Carter-Narcisse .... makeup artist: Mr. Jackson
Ilona Herman .... hair stylist: Mr. De Niro
Ilona Herman .... makeup artist: Mr. De Niro
Don Malot .... assistant makeup artist
Mary L. Mastro .... hair stylist: Mr. Keaton
Bob Mills .... makeup artist: Mr. Keaton
Ermahn Ospina .... key makeup artist
Robert L. Stevenson .... key hair stylist (as Robert Louis Stevenson)
Linda Stevenson-Khan .... assistant hair stylist
Victoria Wood .... wig creator: Mr. Jackson
Alicia M. Tripi .... hair stylist (uncredited)
Production Management
Debbie Hayn-Cass .... production manager (as Deborah Cass)
Heidi Vogel .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William Paul Clark .... first assistant director
Rick Lange .... second assistant director
Pilar Savone .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Dena Allen .... set dresser (as Dena J. Allen)
Orla Asawa .... construction accountant
Carlos Azucena .... prop intern
Peter Borck .... lead man
Adam Braid .... lead man
Mariko Braswell .... set designer
Ben Bumatai .... lead carpenter
David Coronella .... set dresser (as Dave Coronella)
Michael D. Costello .... scenic foreman (as Michael Costello)
Chris Cullen .... graphic designer
Caylah Eddleblute .... assistant property master
Stoney Emshwiller .... set dresser
Amanda J. Flick .... lead scenic (as Amanda Flick)
Craig Hama .... graphic designer
Jennie Harris .... assistant set decorator
Shannon Hart .... art department buyer
Mark Hutman .... on-set dresser
Steve Joyner .... property master
Andrew Laws .... assistant art director (as Andrew James Laws)
Andrew Laws .... graphic designer (as Andrew James Laws)
Gerald Martinez .... graphic designer
David Melito .... art department coordinator
Bradley O'Donnell .... construction foreman
Patrick Parkhurst .... construction coordinator
Sally Reed .... set dresser (as Sally Reed Protiva)
Bernadette Repasi .... art assistant
Chandler Vinar .... swing gang (uncredited)
Sound Department
Dean Beville .... sound editor
Matthew C. Beville .... foley mixer (as Matthew Beville)
David V. Butler .... sound effects librarian
Ed Callahan .... sound editor
Rick Canelli .... adr recordist
Andrew DeCristofaro .... adr editor (as Andrew Decristofaro)
James Eric .... sound utility (as James R. Eric)
Stephanie Flack .... sound editor
Judee Flick .... supervising adr editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... supervising sound editor
Dana Gustafson .... foley editor
Warren Hamilton Jr. .... sound editor
Nicholas James .... sound editor
Alan Kerr .... foley artist
Kimberly Lambert .... adr editor
Patricio A. Libenson .... sound editor (as Patricio Libenson)
Charles Maynes .... sound editor
Kathleen McCart .... sound recordist
Jon Michaels .... sound effects assistant
Michael Minkler .... re-recording mixer
Frank A. Montaño .... re-recording mixer
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Eric Potter .... sound effects recordist
Tim Rakoczy .... sound intern (as Timothy Rakoczy)
Sergio Reyes .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Gary Ritchie .... sound recordist
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
B. Tennyson Sebastian III .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Frank Smathers .... sound editor
Charles Ewing Smith .... sound editor
D. Chris Smith .... foley recordist
Mark Ulano .... production sound mixer
Jerome R. Vitucci .... boom operator
Linda Yeaney .... first assistant sound editor
David Lewis Yewdall .... sound editor
David Abrahamsen .... sound (uncredited)
Paul Berolzheimer .... special sound effects design (uncredited)
Richard Chaim .... sound (uncredited)
Evan T. Chen .... foley recordist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Charles Belardinelli .... effects foreman: Bellissimo/Belardinelli Effects Inc.
Thomas L. Bellissimo .... effects coordinator: Bellissimo/Belardinelli Effects Inc. (as T. 'Brooklyn' Bellissimo)
Christy Sumner .... special effects assistant: Bellissimo/Belardinelli Effects Inc.
Steve M. Davison .... stunt coordinator (as Steve Davison)
Kiante Elam .... stunt coordinator
Courtney Pakiz .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Geraldine Brezca .... camera intern
Bruce Carothers .... grip
Young Vance Cohen .... grip (as Vance Ira Cohen)
Jason 'Jake' Cross .... grip (as Jason 'Jake' Munro Cross)
Ziad Doueiri .... first assistant camera
Gordon Tadd Eto .... electrician (as Tad Eto)
Anne Gentling .... film loader (as Anne Wood Gentling)
Jeff Graham .... director of photography: "Chicks Who Love Guns"
Nathan Hathaway .... best boy electric
James Irons .... grip (as James B. 'Crash' Irons)
Bob Ivanjack .... dolly grip (as Bob 'Dolly Bob' Ivanjack)
Roman Jakobi .... electrician
R. Derek Keener .... electrician (as R. Keener)
Dan Kneece .... camera operator
Dan Kneece .... steadicam operator
David Lee .... gaffer
Darren Michaels .... unit still photographer
Stephen Pizzo .... second assistant camera (as Stephen G. Pizzo)
Stephen Saunders .... electrician
Tim Soronen .... best boy grip (as Tim 'Stuffy' Soronen)
Rick Stribling .... key grip
Tom Waisanen .... second camera operator: "Chicks Who Love Guns"
Josh Drew .... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
Keith A. Hascher .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Timothy James Kane .... additional assistant camera (uncredited)
Steven Mann .... camera operator: "b" camera (uncredited)
Scott Medcalf .... lamp operator (uncredited)
Dylan Rush .... set lighting (uncredited)
Charles A. Vogeler .... 24 frame video operator (uncredited)
John Warner .... rigging key grip (uncredited)
Animation Department
Norm Hvam .... animator
Casting Department
Susan D. Fowler .... casting assistant
Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting
Jeff Olan .... extras casting: Rainbow Casting (as Jeffrey G. Olan)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carolyn Duffy .... wardrobe assistant
Karla Stevens Flanigan .... costume supervisor (as Karla Stevens)
Lee Kartis .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Lin Coleman .... assistant editor
Karen Dimmig .... first assistant editor
Kristin Eaton .... assistant editor
Stephanie Johnson .... assistant editor (as Stephanie 'Velvet' Johnson)
Mike Mertens .... color timer (as Michael Mertens)
Cathy Ragona .... post-production coordinator (as Cathy Agcayab)
Sam Riegel .... editorial assistant
Tatiana S. Riegel .... associate editor
Rowland Wafford .... post-production assistant
Rick Greenhead .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Location Management
Robert Earl Craft .... location manager
Douglas Dresser .... assistant location manager
Kyle Oliver .... location scout (as Kyle 'Snappy' Oliver)
Brian Glazen .... location assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Eric Greenspan .... music legal services
Elizabeth Gregory .... music legal services
John Katovsich .... music coordinator
Ann Kline .... music coordinator (as Ann Karlin)
Tom Kramer .... music editor
Michelle Kuznetsky .... music consultant (as Michele Kuznetsky)
Mary Ramos .... music consultant
Transportation Department
Moore Brian .... driver (as B.J. Moore)
Paul Burlin .... driver
Bruce Callahan .... driver
Curtis Clark .... driver (as Curtis E. Clark)
Jeff Coffman .... driver (as Jeffrey 'Kahuna' Coffman)
Sunday Coony .... driver: Mr. Tarantino
Ken Day .... driver: camera car
Don Feeney .... driver
David Garris .... driver: Mr. Keaton (as David M. Garris)
Scotty Goudreau .... driver (as Scott Goudreau)
David Joseph .... driver
Erin Maguire .... driver: Ms. Grier
George Nadian .... driver
Derek Raser .... transportation coordinator
Laurence John Reynolds .... driver: Mr. De Niro (as Laurence J. Reynolds)
Geoff Teagardin .... driver (as Geoff 'T-Bone' Teagardin)
J.T. Thayer .... transportation captain (as J.T. Thayer II)
Earl Thielen .... driver (as Earl 'Mr. Blonde' Thielen)
Tracy Thielen .... driver (as Tracy Lawrence 'Ace' Thielen)
Leonard L. Thomas .... driver: Mr. Jackson
George A. Sack .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Matthew Arnold .... production assistant
Kimberly Bailey .... adr loop group
Shelley Ballance .... clearance
Michael J. Bertolina .... production assistant (as Michael Bertolina)
Paul Candice .... craft service assistant
Cathy Cavadini .... adr loop group (as Catherine Cavadini)
Robin Chambers .... assistant: Mr. De Niro
Joseph Chen .... medic (as Joseph 'Joe Medic' Chen)
David Chute .... unit publicist: Hungry Ghost Productions
David Coburn .... adr loop group
Kim Crockett .... stand-in: Ms. Fonda
Dawn Todd Curfman .... production coordinator (as Dawn Todd)
Kristen M. D'Angelo .... production secretary
Ann Du Val .... legal: A Band Apart, Lichter, Grossman, Nichols & Adler Inc.
Judi M. Durand .... adr loop group (as Judi Durand)
Kimberly Edwards .... post-production accountant (as Kimberly Edwards-Shapiro)
Kathy England .... insurance: Great Nothern Brokerage Corporation
Gwen Everman .... production accountant (as Gwendolyn Everman)
Efrain Figueroa .... adr loop group
Carolyn Sara Fine .... key set production assistant (as Carolyn Fine)
Greg Finley .... adr loop group
Anneliese Goldman .... adr loop group
Robert Gonzalez .... production assistant
Carlos K. Goodman .... legal: A Band Apart, Lichter, Grossman, Nichols & Adler Inc. (as Carlos Goodman)
Scott A. Hale .... production assistant
Norm Hvam .... writer/director: "Chicks Who Love Guns"
JoAnn Fregalette Jansen .... adr loop group (as Joann Fregalette Jansen)
Steve Joyner .... producer: "Chicks Who Love Guns"
Martin Kitrosser .... script supervisor
John Lafayette .... adr loop group (as John La Fayette)
Tom Lawrence .... stand-in: Mr. Forster
Adam Leichtman .... set assistant: Mr. De Niro
Victoria Lucai .... assistant: Mr. Tarantino
Mark Lucaj .... assistant: Mr. Tarantino
Terence Mathews .... adr loop group
Colleen Mayne .... stand-in: Ms. Grier
Courtney McDonnell .... executive: A Band Apart
Bill Miller .... stand-in: Mr. Bowen
Dimitri Moraitis .... stand-in: Mr. Keaton
John Polce .... stand-in: Mr. De Niro
Brian Pope .... second assistant accountant
Brian Pope .... second assistant accountant
Alex A. Quinn .... production intern (as Alex Quinn)
Cathy Ragona .... assistant production coordinator (as Cathy Agcayab)
Francisco Rivas .... cook: Salvador's Catering
Nick Roberts .... set security supervisor: Technical Guard Security
Bret Robins .... production assistant
Nick Salick .... production intern
Vernon Scott .... adr loop group
Julie Shapiro .... travel arrangements and services: Travelcorps
Mary Grace Shaughnessy .... assistant: Mr. Keaton (as Mary Grace)
Cheryl Tyre Smith .... adr loop group (as Cheryl Tyre-Smith)
Jeff Springer .... legal: A Band Apart, Lichter, Grossman, Nichols & Adler Inc.
John Starr .... craft service
Teron Stevenson .... production intern
Jeff Swafford .... assistant: Mr. Bender
Gloria Tacchino .... assistant: Ms. Fonda
Quentin Tarantino .... conceiver: "Chicks Who Love Guns"
David Tesi .... set production assistant
Leonard L. Thomas .... assistant: Mr. Jackson
Rowland Wafford .... set production assistant
Adam Wallace .... set production assistant
Robert D. Weinbach .... footage: "Mad Dog" courtesy of
Whitney J. Willard .... best girl accountant
Lila Yacoub .... assistant: Mr. Gladstein
Ruth Zalduondo .... adr loop group
Lawrence Bender .... executive album producer (uncredited)
Cullen G. Chambers .... stand-in: Samuel L. Jackson (uncredited)
Kenneth Pratt .... production assistant (uncredited)
Quentin Tarantino .... executive album producer (uncredited)
Raquel Tresvant .... assistant: Mr. De Niro (uncredited)
J.B. Tyson .... background coordinator (uncredited)
Peter Christian White .... production assistant (uncredited)
Shayne A. Wilson .... freelance script coordinator (uncredited)
Roy Ayers .... very special thanks
Helmut Berger .... very special thanks
Peter Bogdanovich .... very special thanks
Vicki Cherkas .... very special thanks
Tony Curtis .... very special thanks
Ilene Feldman .... very special thanks
Wayne Fitterman .... very special thanks
Peter Fonda .... very special thanks
Samuel Fuller .... thanks for everything (as Sam Fuller)
Susan George .... very special thanks
Lauri Gladstein .... very special thanks
Kim Green .... very special thanks
Larry Guidi .... very special thanks: City of Hawthorne mayor (as Mayor Larry Guidi)
Jack Hill .... very special thanks
Toni Howard .... very special thanks
Barbara Koplin .... very special thanks
Stephen Koplin .... very special thanks
Bryan Lourd .... very special thanks
Richard Lovett .... very special thanks
Norm Marshall .... very special thanks
Marisa Mell .... very special thanks (as Marisa Mel)
Emmanuel Nuñez .... very special thanks (as Emmanuel Nunez)
Arnold Rifkin .... very special thanks
Carla Roarke .... very special thanks
Neil Sacker .... very special thanks
Eli Selden .... very special thanks
Mike Simpson .... very special thanks
Tom Snyder .... very special thanks
Mira Sorvino .... very special thanks (as Bert D'Angelo's Daughter)
Scott Spiegel .... very special thanks
Cindy Jo Stanberry .... very special thanks (as Cindy Stanberry)
Lee Stollman .... very special thanks
Paul Tani .... very special thanks
Kayla Thames .... very special thanks: California Film Commission
Julie Yorn .... very special thanks
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Rated R for strong language, some violence, drug use and sexuality
154 min
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Samuel L. Jackson named this as his favorite Quentin Tarantino film.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): After Ray shoots someone, he checks their pulse with his thumb. Correct procedure is to use the first and second finger to take someone's pulse, as the thumb has it's own (weak) pulse and thus cannot give an accurate result. This is fairly basic knowledge that someone in his position should know.See more »
[first lines]
Girl at Security Gate:Flight 710 to Cabo San Lucas, now boarding Gate 103, first class only. Flight 710, Cabo San Lucas, now boarding Gate 103. First class only.
Jackie Brown:[greeting passengers] Buenos dias. Welcome aboard. Welcome aboard.
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149 out of 180 people found the following review useful.
Less showy than Pulp, but a more mature story that is just as enjoyable, 1 February 2004
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Jackie Brown is a 44 year old air hostess who also acts as a money carrier for her boss, gun dealer Ordell Robbie. When one of Ordell's other employee's is caught he is forced to kill him, however, before he can get to him the employee tells the police about Jackie and they pick her up. With Jackie facing jail or being killed by Ordell she strikes a deal with both the police and him to bring in a large stash of money. However to help her retirement she plans to play the game to her own ends.

Coming as a follow up to both Dogs and Pulp, this film was going to be the `greatest movie ever made' or it was going to be met with a critical response that seems to be a bit negative. It was the hype and hyperbole around anything baring the name Tarantino that perhaps was giving every film he did higher and higher standards to meet, it is wasn't Jackie Brown that was met in this way it would have been the next film, or the next one. However the reviews were mostly good, but it did get some unfair reviews from critics who expected this to continue the upward trend. In a way I believe that this film did show Tarantino's growth as a director.

Where Pulp Fiction was dizzying in it's style and pace, Jackie Brown is much more of a mature, balanced film that is satisfying in a more traditional sense that the design of Pulp. Developed from a Leonard novel, the plot is a solid crime thriller with a good plot that still gives room for Tarantino to do some time shifting as he reveals some key scenes from different perspectives to allow us to see the bigger picture. As a story it fills the rather generous running time pretty well and is enjoyable throughout.

The film is still full of Tarantinoisms for the fans - the heavy soundtrack, the pop culture references, the witty, slick dialogue. However where the film stands out is that the characters are actually better than in his previous films where they never really went beyond the story and dialogue. Here not only are they better but they also include well-written female parts! While some of the characters are as good as they need to be within the confines of the basic crime story, it is in Jackie and Max where Tarantino has grown up a bit - although in fairness this was an adaptation rather than his own script, but he still manages them better than some of his own thin characters.

Following the praise for Pulp and Tarantino's ability to rejuvenate careers, he must have had no problem cherry picking for this role. Grier gives a great performance and should be grateful for the role in an industry that generally ignores middle-aged women (not to mention black women!). The only thing surprising about her is how poorly she has taken this big lead role and used it to take her career on. Her performance embraces her age and uses it well, but it is Forster who gives the standout performance here. Not an actor many will be aware of apart from this film, he got an Oscar nomination for this and I think he deserved it. His performance is very low-key and quite moving - I think I will appreciate his work here more as I get older. Jackson does what is expected of him and has no real character, but his energy and skill are there to see. De Niro plays a little against type and is an interesting, but underused character. Fonda is really, really sexy and has some good lines while the rest of the cast do good work in small roles with people like Keaton, Tucker and Bowen in there.

Overall I enjoy this film and can understand why it will never be loved to the extent that Pulp was and is. However to me this is a more satisfying film with an enjoyable plot and a more traditional delivery. The development of actual good characters beyond snappy dialogue is what impressed me the most and it sadden me to see him regress about a decade into style without substance with Kill Bill Vol. One.

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