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1994 Pulp Fiction Screen-used "red Apple" Prop Cigarettes, Quentin Tarantino For Sale
Authentic screen-used sealed pack of "Red Apple" brand prop cigarettes,used inthe 1994 production of Quentin Tarantino's Academy Award-winning film and cinematic masterpiece, "Pulp Fiction." These colorful packs and the "Red Apple" brand name are featured prominently throughout the film and are handled and smoked by most of the film's characters and principals, most notably, Butch (Bruce Willis), who asks for them by name and opens a pack in the bar sequence, and Mia (Uma Thurman), who opens an identical pack while sitting across from Vincent (John Travolta) in Jackrabbit Slim's prior to the dance contest. These packs are also displayed prominently in Tarantino's "Kill Bill" series, but this pack was obtained following the release of Pulp Fiction.
Still sealed in its original cellophane with all contents (20 cigarettes) intact and uncompromised - essentially mint - obtained over10 years ago directly from the film's production designer. (fyi: there were three different variations made for production - regular cigarettes, lights and non-tobacco - differentiated by the seal at top. I don't recall which related to which, but this one is gold.)This is a fantastic representation of a classic American film and an awesomeconversation piece& display.This is not a stock photo - the pack shown is the actual one in my possession.
*Please note: this prop is offered to collectors specifically as a collectible.