Even True Fans Of Reservoir Dogs Might Not Know These 8 Facts

Title Inspiration: The film's title comes from the 1970s French film "Au revoir les enfants" (Goodbye, Children) by Louis Malle, which Tarantino misremembered as "Reservoir Dogs."

 Mr. Pink's Real Name: Mr. Pink, played by Steve Buscemi, is the only character whose real name is never revealed in the film.

K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s: The radio station featured in the film, K-Billy, is fictional but was later used in Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction."

The Missing Heist: The actual heist that the characters are planning is never shown or described in detail throughout the film.

Alternate Casting: Quentin Tarantino originally wrote the role of Mr. White for Harvey Keitel but ended up playing the role himself due to budget constraints.

Music Influence: Tarantino chose the film's soundtrack before shooting began and used it to set the tone for each scene.

Reservoir Dogs Video Game: A video game based on the film was released in 2006, allowing players to participate in heists and events from the movie.

Minimalist Approach: Due to budget constraints, much of the film takes place in one location, the warehouse, giving it a minimalist feel.