A Band Apart

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A Band Apart is a production company founded in 1991 by Quentin Tarantino and Lawrence Bender. The studio has found success with films like Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. The company closed in June 2006, yet on Grindhouse and Inglorious Basterds, A Band Apart was credited, so the current status of the studio is unknown.

(October 14, 1994-April 16, 2004)

Logo: On a black background is the words "A BAND APART" and below that is a stylized picture of four men in suits and sunglasses (the four principal characters from Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs).


  • Four Rooms has the logo zooming-in. The picture of the Dogs stops, but the company names zooms in from the screen. Then the second man pushes the others away and rips himself apart, revealing a bellboy as part of the animated credit sequence.
  • Some films has no Reservoir Dogs photo, like the Kill Bill films and has the company name. In other cases, the name is part of the regular credits to the film.

Technique: None for the standard version.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme to the film.

Availability: The standard version can be found on Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown.

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