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RELEASE DATE: Sep 10, 1993. MOVIE TITLE: True Romance. STUDIO: Morgan Creek Productions. PLOT: Clarence Worley, a penniless hipster in Detroit with a love for Elvis meets a mysterious hooker paid to meet him named Alabama on his birthday in a theater at night. Falling in love, he makes it his mission to dispose of her past, namely her violent pimp, Drexl Spivey. Defeating him and unknowingly taking a vast fortune of Cocaine, the two fight to sell the white gold in Los Angeles as Drexl RELEASE DATE: Sep 10, 1993. MOVIE TITLE: True Romance. STUDIO: Morgan Creek Productions. PLOT: Clarence Worley, a penniless hipster in Detroit with a love for Elvis meets a mysterious hooker paid to meet him named Alabama on his birthday in a theater at night. Falling in love, he makes it his mission to dispose of her past, namely her violent pimp, Drexl Spivey. Defeating him and unknowingly taking a vast fortune of Cocaine, the two fight to sell the white gold in Los Angeles as Drexl's associates fight to reclaim it in a bloody romantic thriller full to the brim with style. PICTURED: PATRICIA ARQUETTE as Alabama Whitman.  

Tony Scott’s greatest films [SLIDESHOW]

The world lost one of its most entertaining directors Sunday afternoon when Tony Scott, 68, jumped to his death from the Vincent Thomas bridge in Los Angeles, Calif.

His body of work includes some of the greatest — and most loved — films of all time. Along with his brother, Ridley, the British-born filmmaker also co-produced some of the most popular series on TV, including “The Good Wife” and “Numb3rs.”

From “Top Gun,” to “True Romance,” here are eight of Scott’s best films that you should que up in Netflix tonight.

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