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  • Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds takes place during World War II, so how much of the story is actually true? 1 / 9

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  • Produced for $70 million, the 2009 film earned over $321 million at the box office. 2 / 9

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  • Inglourious Basterds stars Brad Pitt as Aldo "The Apache" Raine, the leader a Nazi-hunting military unit. 3 / 9

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  • Despite a fascinating premise, Tarantino’s storyline was constructed to align with his cinematic style. 4 / 9

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  • No, Hitler wasn't assassinated in a burning movie theatre. 5 / 9

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  • The Jew Hunter Is fake, but the concept is definitely real. 6 / 9

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  • There was a real Inglourious Basterds unit (with a different origin story). 7 / 9

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  • People definitely tried to assassinate Hitler (but not in a French movie theatre). 8 / 9

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