Movie Pulp Fiction = The Gold Watch Model?
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    Movie Pulp Fiction = The Gold Watch Model?

    The 1994 movie, Pulp Fiction: the watch purchased in 1918 in a general store in Knoxville, TN by Butch's great grand father prior to leaving for WWI...and passed down 4 generations to the young Butch. Has anyone ever tried to determine the make and model of "the uncomfortable piece of metal" that Butch's father and then Captain Koons has to hide up there _ _ _ for 7 years while POWs in Hanoi ? I guess I've been curious for the past 20 years....

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    There was a thread about this not long ago (I even made a smart a$$ comment saying that it was good the watch wasn't a Panerai L'egiziano. But I forget what was the brand), I am sure you can find it via the search function.
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    “If we could be satisfied with anything, we should have been satisfied long ago.”
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    Re: Movie Pulp Fiction = The Gold Watch Model?

    Quote Originally Posted by Legion681 View Post
    There was a thread about this not long ago (I even made a smart a$$ comment saying that it was good the watch wasn't a Panerai L'egiziano. But I forget what was the brand), I am sure you can find it via the search function.
    Christopher would not have been Walken had that been the case. I'll see myself out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deledda View Post
    Christopher would not have been Walken had that been the case. I'll see myself out.
    Ever noticed that he walks kinda funny to this day?
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