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Monday, October 13, 2003

 

"Little Caucasian girl likes to play with samurai swords..."

Kill Bill post. 2 of 2.

No see movie? No read words!

You may have heard the rumors that Tarantino's script was leaked onto the internet over a year ago. Indeed it was, but what appeared was an early draft. Much of what's on paper made the movie. However, there's a huge scene that was never filmed due to time and budget constraints...as well as other reasons that need not be explained here.

If you've seen Kill Bill, then you no doubt remember a character named Go Go Yaburi. She's the blood-thirsty school girl played by a certain actress that played a certain part in a certain notorious Japanese film that will never, ever be released in the United States. In the draft, Go Go has a twin sister named Yuki with a similar outlook on life. When Bill notifies her of her sister's death, she flips out and tracks down the Bride in LA.

What ensues is an epic machine gun melee. After making pit stops at Disneyland and the Hollywood sign, Yuki tracks her blonde nemisis in a suburban cul-de-sac. The Pussy Wagon is tragically blown to bits as the two blast their way through a series of homesteads. It's a shame that it didn't make the cut. Here's a tiny taste of this over-the-top grudge match:


YUKI (IN JAPANESE)
You fucking bitch! You shot me in
my breast! They're not fully
developed yet, you fucking asshole!
Now I'm always gonna have a dimple!


If you laughed at that, you're going to hell. There's no if's and's or but's about it. You disgust me.

Still, I can hear you crying. "Oh boo hoo hoo! You've made a big deal out of this scene and I want to read it too!" Well, dry those teary eyes. Blog is here to provide you with a link to the whole gosh 'dern original script. Click here to see it. It's chock full of other deleted scenes and, if you want, you can even find out the ending!

The scene in question occurs right after the Showdown at the Blue Leaves, about halfway through the script. Never say I never gave you nuthin'.

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