Pulp Fiction Trivia

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What is the apartment number that Vince and Jules go to?
What do they call a quarter pounder with cheese in France?
What is the name of Butch's girlfriend?
How long was Vincent gone on his trip?
What is Jimmie's wife's name?
What song performed by Chuck Berry do Mia and Vince do the twist to?
How many piercings does Jody say she has?
What was the name of the pilot Mia was in?
What relation to Butch is the first person who bought the gold watch?
What song performed by Urge Overkill does Mia play when she and Vince get back from dinner?
What is Butch's cab drivers name?
What is the heroin called that Vincent buys?
What flavor poptarts does Butch put in the toaster when he goes back to his apartment for his gold watch?
Young Butch is told a story by Christopher Walken about a gold watch. What is Walken's characters name?
Where in L.A. is Jules from?
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What are the hours of operation at Marsellus's club?
Who does Marsellus throw out of a window according to Jules?
Who was Vince and Mia's waitress/waiter at Jack Rabbit Slims?
What Bible verse does Jules reference before killing people?
Young Butch is watching a cartoon. What is the name of it?
What kind of cereal is Lance eating when Vince is bringing Mia over after she overdosed?
Where has Vincent just recently returned from?
What time do Jules and Vince end up entering the apartment?
Who says the first line of the film, 'Forget it. It's too risky.'?
What burger place are Brett and his pals eating when Jules and Vince arrive?
What kind of cigarettes does Butch buy at Marsellus's club?
Where in L.A. is Vincent from?
How much money is in Jules's wallet that he gives to Ringo?
What is Christopher Walken's character's son's name?
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