Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is notorious for jacking entire sequences from his favourite flicks in the name of homage, but his tribute ruse doesn't end with scene-swiping. He's also become adept at recycling cool tunes from soundtracks past. Kill Bill, Vol. 2 is bolstered with a few dramatic cues from Ennio Morricone's score for The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, The Mercenary and Navajo Joe. He then grabs Luis Enríquez Bacalov's swinging beater Summertime Killer from Un Verano Para Matar, but perhaps the best cop is The Chase, a minute-long Hammond groover that Alan Reeves cut (as "Clinic") for Georges Lautner's 1970 French obscurity Road To Salina, starring Rita Hayworth. Slick.