Samuel L. Jackson as the Narrator.
|Portrayed by||Samuel L. Jackson|
- “The reason for Hugo Stiglitz's celebrity among German soldiers is simple.”
- ―The Narrator's first line
The Narrator is a an exponent character, whose main role is to explain two important elements in the film, in order to limit distracting long expositions.
Chapter Two - INGLOURIOUS BASTERDSEdit
The Narrator tells the audience the reason Hugo Stiglitz is so famous. When the Basterds heard about his deeds, they decided to rescue him.
Chapter Three - A GERMAN NIGHT IN PARISEdit
Explains the dangers of the nitrate film. At that time, it was so dangerous that it was forbidden to bring a film can on board a bus. He then shows us Shosanna looking over Ada Mimieux's 350 nitrate film rolls.
Behind the scenesEdit
He was voiced by Samuel L. Jackson.