The Gold Watch – Pulp Fiction (7/12) Movie CLIP (1994) HD

The Gold Watch – Pulp Fiction (7/12) Movie CLIP (1994) HD

Your great-grandfather gave this watch to your granddad for good luck. Unfortunately, Dane’s luck wasn’t as good as his old man’s. Dane was a Marine and he was killed — along with all the other Marines at the battle of Wake Island. Your granddad was facing death, he knew it. None of those boys had any illusions about ever leavin’ that island alive. So three days before the Japanese took the island, your granddad asked a gunner on an Air Force transport, name of Winocki, a man he had never met before in his life, to deliver to his infant son, who he’d never seen in the flesh, his gold watch. Three days later, your granddad was dead, but Winocki kept his word. After the war was over, he paid a visit to your grandmother, delivering to your infant father, his dad’s gold watch. This watch. This watch was on your Daddy’s wrist when he was shot down over Hanoi. He was captured, put in a Vietnamese prison camp. He knew if the gooks ever saw the watch it’d be confiscated, taken away. The way your Dad looked at it, this watch was your birthright. He’d be damned if any slopes were gonna put their greasy yella hands on his boy’s birthright. So he hid it in one place he knew he could hide something. His ass. Five long years, he wore this watch up his ass. Then he died of dysentery, he gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass two years. Then, Then, after seven years, I was sent home to my family. And now, little man, I give the watch to you.


  1. Butch has a story to tell to his kid about that watch too, he almost had to have something in his ass because of that watch too buahaha

  2. "In one place he knew he could hide something – HIS ASS!" "I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass two years." LOL

  3. That watch maybe lucky for his great grand dad but it's definitely unlucky for his grand dad, his dad and his friend and Butch himself. Stupid watch.

  4. I wonder how many takes they did this in….I wouldn't be able to control my laughter.

  5. I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass for two years. And then I had a fever… and the only prescription was… MORE COWBELL!

  6. Greetings from Arthur C. Clarke. I want to inform you that Stanley Kubrick and I conducted a secret experiment using quantum entanglement and telepathy to communicate with an interface. Aliens do indeed exist in another realm now and the Akashic Records. The interface with GOD/ Grand Galactics and aliens is on Facebook. Although, he has not seen the aliens physically, he talks to the ones that have lost their forms in evolution. This experiment was so secret, that even the United States government did not know about it. Stanley insisted on the independence and secrecy of the project. Namely, talking with the dead and/or aliens. It brings me great joy and pleasure to inform you that the experiment was an extreme success. The interface’s telepathy with us has verifiable proof on Facebook and he is willing to undergo a battery of tests and scrutiny to show his evolution to a higher state of consciousness. No other private or governmental agencies have been successful in talking to formless aliens, Grand Galactics / GOD. Our interface is a Photographer, United States Marine, Artist, Underwater Explorer, Aviation Technician, Lawyer, Humanities major and has direct genetic links to Shamans and rulers at Gobekli Tepe , biblical heroes, Anatolian / Armenian Kings and interestingly for Stanley, he is also related to Napoleon, Jefferson, Franklin and one of the interface’s favorite minds, Tesla. Aliester Crowley/ 666 was also instrumental in the evolutionary development of the telepath’s higher state of consciousness.

    Arthur C. Clarke

    Stanley Kubrick


  7. Did Walken forget his line a minute in? That pause was awfully long but this scene wouldn't be the same without it.

  8. Every time I watch this scene, I always feel like I smell something..especially when I see the close-up shot of that watch.

  9. Is it just me, or does Koons seem to rush through the Vietnam part of the story? Both World Wars, he seems to talk about the smallest details – 'Man he'd never met before in his life', 'Put the watch in a can, and in that can it stayed,' – but when it comes to Vietnam, 'He hid up his ass, he died, then I hid it up my ass.' Maybe it's because he doesn't want to relive the experience more than he needs to?

  10. Only a real, certifiable asshole would seem suitable and fitting for such a sacred watch of deep and endearing sentimental value. One can only imagine all the crap it had to take, dealing with such assholes as it did. Priceless! 😊😊😊😊😂😂

  11. at 0:59 imagine he needs a sec because he smoked a fat doobie before the scene and spaced out XD i know its just his great acting, but i think its funny to imagine him too stoned to finish the line XD

  12. Also…there's a better than average chance that the dad died of dysentery BECAUSE the watch was up his ass. Just saying.

  13. Love the little details, like Walken's Freemason ring. Never noticed it before, even after watching this movie several times.

  14. its interesting how butch has a flashback about the story of his watch. Then after he gets into his own situation for surviving and passing the watch down with his own hell story.

  15. This was a stupid scene to be sure. As if both men were going to wear this cheap watch up their ass for years, just so it wouldn't be taken from them. It was not even remotely realistic, or even amusing for that matter. This was easily one of the movie's dumbest and most over-hyped scenes

  16. "The way your @$$ looked at it, this @$$ was your @$$. He'd be damned if any @$$ gonna put their greasy yellow @$$ on his @$$'s @$$, so he hid it, in the one @$$ he knew he could hide [email protected]$$: his @$$. Five long @$$es, he wore this @$$ up his @$$. Then when he died of @$$, he gave me the @$$. I hid this uncomfortable piece of @$$ up my @$$ for two @$$es. Then, after seven @$$es, I was sent home to my @$$. And now, little @$$, I give the @$$ to you."

    – Captain @$$

  17. Christopher walking, did you know? That! There's no MAGNETIC FIELD , ON earth and Harrison Ford is a repuicant…blade runner.

  18. And that's why Butch needed that watch so badly throughout the movie:
    His father hid his watch…the way he did…and then he died of dysentery.
    How do you think he got dysentery?
    He died to get his son the watch.


  20. "The way your dad looked at it, This watch was your birth right…he'd be damned if any slopes gonna put their greasy yellow hands his boys birth right"

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