Quentin Tarantino Fan Spots 'Scandalous' Samuel L. Jackson Detail in Film

An eagle-eyed film fan has spotted a formerly disregarded detail in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 film Jackie Brown 

Released 3 years after the severely acclaimed Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown marked a departure for Tarantino: 

the primary time the writer-director had tailored a person else's paintings Based at the Elmore Leonard novel Rum Punch,

Jackie Brown stars Pam Grier because the titular heroine, a flight attendant caught between the authorities 

and the gun runner she smuggles money for The star-studded forged blanketed Michael Keaton, Robert De Niro, Bridget Fonda and 

Robert Forster in an Oscar-nominated supporting turn, however much of the motion makes a speciality of gun runner and drug

distributor Ordell Robbie, performed through Samuel L. Jackson Serving as the movie's fundamental antagonist,

Jackson shines at some point of, spending an awful lot of his time on display screen inside the distinctive aggregate of a ponytail and

 backwards Kangol cap. Now one devoted fan of the crime caper has picked out a blink-and-you'll-pass over-it element that adds every