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John Travolta landed 'Pulp Fiction' after playing board games, doing Quentin Tarantino's finances

John Travolta landed his role in Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction' not by auditioning for the movie but by some rather unconventional methods involving board games and accounting.

"I spent almost 24 hours with Quentin initially because I got a call from an agent that said, 'There's a young new director, who made Reservoir Dogs, and he's desperate to meet you. The meeting was an opportunity for Tarantino to fulfill a lifelong fantasy: play board games based on several of Travolta's most famous projects with the man himself. Travolta even struck his signature Saturday Night Fever disco pose as he explained how the game featured that iconic dance move as part of the spinning wheel's arrow.

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