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Quentin Tarantino fills his classic movie with vintage hair styles, vintage clothes, vintage dialogue, and even vintage medical procedures. In this famous medical scene, Dr. John Travolta, M.D. administers a very dangerous, and very questionable, dose of cardiac epinephrine to an overdosing Uma Thurman.